2013 had it all from the ups and downs, in-betweens and sweet surprises. 2014 looks to be even more fun filled. Here are the top 10 movies to look forward to in 2014.
This is an adaption of Veronica Roth’s dystopian novel where people are divided into five distinct factions based on their personalities and abilities.
2. The Fault in Our Stars
This is a tale of young love, though, one that takes place in the real world, and involves teenagers with real problems.
Trailer: No available trailer yet
3. The Amazing Spiderman 2
The new “Spider-Man” introduces some of the most popular and powerful nemeses: the electricity-wielding Electro, the brutal Rhino and the Green Goblin. Andrew Garfield (Peter Parker) must be the charming smarty-pants who holds his nerve to crack down on crime.
4. 22 Jump Street
After teaching us to Just Say No in high school, Jenko and Schmidt are deep undercover in college to fight more evil and tolerate more “You look a little old to be here” observations.
5. The Expendables 3
Stallone and his team of mercenaries are tasked with facing the most formidable foe yet in Mel Gibson, one of the original co-founders of The Expendables gone bad.
Trailer: (Only Teaser Available)
6. Maze Runner
This is dystopian sci-fi film based on James Dashner’s 2009 novel focusing on a group of young boys who wake up one morning to find themselves with no memories other than their first names and trapped in the Glade, a seemingly unsolvable maze beyond its stone walls.
Trailer: (No available trailer)
7. X-Men: Days of Future Past
The latest “X-Men” adventure incorporates the casts of the original trilogy and 2011’s “First Class” with a time-bending plot that involves Wolverine going back in time to prevent a series of events that will lead to a catastrophic future.
The movie depicts the epic territorial war between Rogen (a conservative dad and family man) and Efron (an alpha male of a rowdy fraternity house) as they traverse the unfortunate reality of living next door to each other.
The film starring Joel Kinnaman in the title role is a remake of the 1987 film and a reboot of the Robocop film series. Once Alex Murphy is injured, OmniCorp envisions a RoboCop in every city, but it never counted on one thing: there is still a man inside the machine pursuing justice.
10. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Steve Rogers gets the “Bourne” treatment as he faces modern-day corruption in the government, soon discovering that his qualities stand out in a world awash in shades of grey.