Tuesday, 1 January 2019

2019 Hottest Films

2018 was a suprisingly good year for film, with one of my highest average film scores since 2013. Perhaps I have been more selective with what I'm watching, but there has been some great memorable movies this past year including: 'Crazy Rich Asians', 'Avengers: Infinity War', 'Mission Impossible: Fallout', 'A Star is Born', 'Shoplifters' and 'Leave no Trace'. [I also happened to have watched one of the worst movies ever- 'The Con is On'- which brought the average down]

There isn't that many films on my radar so far for 2019, but what is on there, I am super looking forward to, in particular 'Avengers: Endgame'. 10 years of movies have led to this point, and I am expecting nothing short of an iconic moment for cinema history.

The list will be updated as more films get announced and publicised, but for now, here's my watchlist for 2019.

2019 Upcoming releases:

-Colette (Jan)
-Glass (Jan)
-Serenity (Jan)
-Isn't It Romantic (Feb)
-The Aftermath (Mar)
-Aladdin (May)
-Pokemon: Detective Pikachu (May)
-Toy Story 4 (June)
-Spider Man: Far from Home (July)
-The Lion King (July)
-The Woman in the Window (Oct)
-Frozen 2 (Nov)
-Charlie's Angels (Nov)
-Cats (Dec)
-Little Women (Dec)

Saturday, 8 December 2018

'Avengers: Endgame' Film Trailer Preview

Following that EPIC cliffhanger from this year's Avengers Infinity War, the first trailer to the conclusion gives us a glimpse at our characters' in this post-snap world.

It looks as if our original Avengers will take centre stage as they figure out a plan to take down Thanos and [possibly] bring their comrades back.

The conclusion to Marvel's phase 3 will come to cinemas April 26th. Check out the trailer below:

Sunday, 28 October 2018

'Birdbox' Film Trailer Preview

After the super fun 'Ocean's 8', Sandra Bullock will star in Netflix thriller 'Birdbox'.

The description reads "When a mysterious force decimates a population, only one thing is certain: if you see it, you take your own life". Whilst many will be quick to point that the trailer makes the film seem very similar to 'A Quiet Place', I am expecting it to have a bit more to it. 

Also stars Sarah Paulson, John Malkovich and Jacki Weaver.

The film will be released December 21st. Check out the trailer below:

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

'The Aftermath' Film Trailer Preview

The trailer to the upcoming drama 'The Aftermath' has been released. 

Set post world war II, a British colonel (Clarke) and his wife (Knightley) are assigned to live in Hamburg during post war reconstruction, but tensions begin to arise with the German (Skarsgard) who lives there.

Starring Keira Knightley, Jason Clarke and Alexander Skarsgard.

The film will be released in March. Check out the trailer below:

Thursday, 27 September 2018

Avril Lavigne 'Head Above Water' Official Music Video

Avril Lavigne is back! 'Head Above Water', Lavigne's first single in 5 years, was written during the singer's battle with Lyme disease, which left her bedridden. 

The lead single off Lavigne's upcoming album has topped the iTunes world chart and has been extremely successful especially in the Asia region, with the video being released on the singer's birthday.

Check out the official music video, filmed in Iceland, below:

Tuesday, 18 September 2018

'Captain Marvel' Film Trailer Preview

The final film before the second part of 'Infinity War' sees Marvel's first female solo feature, 'Captain Marvel', hit our screens and is promised to play an integral part to Infinity War 2.

Starring Academy award winner Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, the trailer gives us a glimpse into the film which sees Captain Marvel becoming one of the most powerful superheroes, caught between a war of two galactic races. 

I hope Brie Larson pulls this off! Also stars Gemma Chan, Lee Pace, Jude Law and Samuel L Jackson.

'Captain Marvel' premieres in March 2019. Check out the trailer below:

Sunday, 16 September 2018

'Crazy Rich Asians' Film Review

Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), a self made economics professor in New York, jets off to Singapore with her boyfriend Nick Young (Henry Golding) to attend a family wedding, unknown to the fact that he and his family are rich. Crazy rich.

Rachel struggles to find her place as her welcome is shortlived, with Nick's disapproving mother (Michelle Yeoh) constantly giving her a hard time, whilst other eligible young ladies vying to take her place. With the family wedding looming, her relationship is tested and Rachel questions if she could ever fit into this world.


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