The first trailer for the much anticipated Harley Quinn spinoff has arrived featuring Margot Robbie as the supervillain, […]
It seems oddly fitting that one of the last movies of the summer movie season is as mediocre as most movies this summer have been.
Suicide Squad is the newest film in the DC cinematic universe and tells the story of a group of supervillains who are recruited by the US government to help stop a major attack in a way only they can.
With May around the corner, the summer movie season is about to officially begin. I did a Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2016 list at the beginning of the year but I wanted to look at the summer movies specifically. It’s my favorite time of year and there’s a lot to look forward to. It looks like any weekend not spent laying on a beach will be spent seeing a movie.
Another trailer for Suicide Squad has been released so I’m here to talk about it. This trailer is very similar to the first one they released. It showcases a lot of the humor and a lot of the action and that all looks great. This movie just looks like a ton of fun. I love the tone it looks like they are going for. When this movie was announced, I never thought I’d be this excited for it. Judging by the trailers, I don’t know that it will be for everyone, but it looks like I’ll enjoy it.
Two very intriguing trailers have been released over the past week or so. The first one I’ll talk about is Suicide Squad, followed by some brief thoughts on 10 Cloverfield Lane, some sort of sequel, spin off, reboot thing of Cloverfield.
Now that we have finished looking back at 2015, it’s time to look ahead to 2016. Looking at the big name titles coming out next year, I see a lot of sequels. For better or worse, this list reflects that. Don’t hate the player, hate the game. I can’t help that they are making sequels that excite me. Obviously, we don’t know about all the movies coming out next year yet. For example, we usually don’t learn about movies that are awards contenders until shortly before their releases next fall/winter. Though they were in limited release in 2015, The Revenant and The Hateful 8 have yet to be released where I live, so they qualify for this list. Do they make the list? Keep reading to find out.