Movies you cannot 'not' go see in the theaters
FILM - Starting November 2015 a lot of entertaining movies will hit the theaters. Make sure to watch this list and mark them in your diary. You don’t want to miss out on any of them.
Spectre (6th of November)
James Bond is back! Three years after Skyfall, Daniel Craig is ready for his fourth consecutive role as James Bond, making it the 24th official James Bond movie. Spectre starts where Skyfall ended. The British Secret Service (MI6) is on the brink of demise. Bond receives a cryptic message from his past, he then tracks down a sinister organization named Spectre.
The Good Dinosaur (27th of November)
Young and old should be pumped for this! A new animated 3D comedy film from Disney’s Pixar including dinosaurs, and let’s face it: who doesn’t like dinosaurs. The movie is set in a world where dinosaurs were never extinct. We follow a young Apatosaurus named Arlo, who meets a human cave-boy, Spot. Together they travel on a remarkable journey.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – part 2 (20th of November)
Ever since the start of The Hunger Games series in 2012, the saga has been followed by millions of fans. Based on the novel Mockingjay, the final book of the trilogy written by Suzanne Collins, the second part should be a finale of epic proportions. Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) will have her showdown with President Snow and hopefully liberate the citizens of Panem.
In the Heart of the Sea (11th of December)
Based on the book with the same name, written by Nathaniel Philbrick, the story is about the whaleship Essex that sunk in the Pacific Ocean in 1820. Chris Hemsworth plays the first mate on the ship. The ship gets rammed by a massive sperm whale. Because of that the crew is left shipwrecked for 90 days and resort to cannibalism as their final act of desperation.
Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (18th of December)
Ten years we had to wait. The wait for light sabers, epic space battles, weird space creatures, amazing one-liners is finally over. And did I say light sabers? December 18th will be a fantastic day for so many people in this world. The story starts where 30 years ago the events of The Return of the Jedi ended. The Force Awakens introduces new characters alongside the old ones. So, we welcome back Han Solo (Harrison Ford), Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), Chewbacca, C-3PO and R2-D2. These alone are enough reasons to go to the theaters. Why is this film so important you might think? The answer isn’t that simple. Star Wars: A New Hope came out in 1977. Generations and generations have been influenced by the Star Wars series. Through the years Star Wars has found its way in the minds of young kids of different generations and it has done that not only because of the movies, oh hell no. The Star Wars merchandising machine is endless. You probably can’t think of a thing that isn’t made as a piece of Star Wars merchandise. From tape dispensers to toilet paper and toilet plungers, you get the idea. Star Wars has it all. At a certain age you realize that you can’t have it all, it’s quite expensive really. But the human race would not endure if there wasn’t one individual on this planet who almost had it all. Let me introduce you to Dave Oldbury. The 46-year-old Southamptoner has £100,000 worth of Star Wars memorabilia. Including around 9,000 signed autographs from cast and crew. His garage is filled with action figures, books, letters. He even spent over a thousand pounds on tattoos from his favorite characters. A lot of Star Wars fans envy Dave, although the tattoos are a bit over the top. For all the women who hate Star Wars and all the Star Trek fan boys, Star Wars is more than just 15 hours of awesomeness. It's people all over the world dressing up as Star Wars characters wearing light sabers and having a great time at the theaters!