ByKyle Watkins, writer at Creators.co
I'm very enthusiastic about movies, I love making short films and I hope one day I can make a theatrical release!
Kyle Watkins

Now that summer is coming, why not write an article about which movies I'll be seeing. Which ones will be Flops, which ones will be Blockbuster, or just an average success. Not every movie will be on here.

The Amazing Spiderman 2 - May 2nd: Although I have only watched 3 of the God knows how many trailers, the T.V. spot that was released and have only seen a few posters, I'm super stokes for this movie. It looks fantastic, I loved the 1st one, very great film, the only Marvel Character movie I have watched back to back to back in the same day. Marc Webb is a fantastic director and he is perfect for Spiderman(come on, his last name is Webb, cant get much better than that). The Amazing Spiderman 2 = Big Success.

Godzilla - May 16th: Here we go, Godzilla, I never thought a movie would excite me more in my lifetime(until I heard a new Star Wars movie was coming out). Godzilla himself looks fantastic, it has Bryan Cranston in it, amazing actor, I have been watching a lot of Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle lately, He is awesome. But back to Godzilla, I believe its going to be one of the biggest successes, it looks truly masterful. It just has to be better than that God awful 1998 movie that i'm not even calling Godzilla, Matthew Broderick is a good actor, but man that movie sucked. As long as its not that, i'm good. Godzilla = Success.

X-Men: Days of Future Past - May 23rd: I believe this movie will be great. I love First Class, Wolverines cameo was hilarious, and I love both trailers for this one. But that's all I have seen, it looks great, but it could easily confuse a lot people. So i'll be going in with good expectations, not great. X-Men: Days of Future Past = Mild - Good Success.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 - June 13th: I liked the 1st one, not over the top great(No Disney movie will ever surpass Lion King IMO), it had a great story, it was a good film. This one looks about the same, it looks good, a little better than its predecessor, but you can never be sure with Disney movies. That being said, I love dragons and vikings, so this movie has got my money. How to Train Your Dragon 2 = Mild - Good Success.(I put good because kids will be wanting to see it and their parents are going to have to take them).

Transformers 4: Age of Extinction - June 27th: I'm undecided about this movie. The last 2 Transformers movies were... well lets just say Michael Bay himself said how bad the 2nd one was and the 3rd was better but it wasn't the best. 1st one was great though. The trailers for Transformers 4 have been amazing, just fantastic, but people were saying the same thing about 2 and 3 right? So until i see the movie i'll keep my hopes down. I still think it will make big bucks because, Michael Bay movies some how make good money. Transformers 4: Age of Extinction = Big money, may not be good movie.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - July 11th: I was really late to seeing Rise of the Planet of the Apes, I watched it for the 1st time a couple months ago and I loved it, it was amazing. It got my hopes up for the sequel, I watched the trailer, amazing, just amazing. I am so excited for this movie, but I see a problem, this movie is kind of being over looked. I fear that not many people will go see it and it will just be forgotten, so I don't think it will be a huge box office success, I still think it will be a great film. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes = Mild Success.

Hercules: The Thracian Wars - July 25th: This movie isn't looking the best, the trailer and T.V. spot were average at best, I think it will be better than The Legend of Hercules by far, but I don't think it will be a huge success. It just doesn't look like a Hercules movie, I may be wrong and I really want this movie to be a box office hit but so far, not to a good start IMO. (It at least didn't change the title 50 million times). Hercules: The Thracian Wars = No - Mild Success.

Guardians of the Galaxy - August 1st: Pumped for this movie. I loved the trailer, I like that Marvel is taking a huge risk, I like that. It just looks fantastic and I hope it doesn't ruin the MCU, but I don't think it will, I think will be a fantastic film. So far so goo on this, cant wait to go sit down and watch it. Guardians of the Galaxy = Great Success.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - August 8th: This movie looks bad. I don't like the look of Turtles for one, aren't they kind of suppose to look a little like a teenager and a little like a turtle? CGI is good, look, not so much. I didn't like the trailer, it just didn't seem like the thing I was hoping for I guess. I also don't like the story, that made me a little angry. But I still think this movie will do good at the box office. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles = Success

The Maze Runner - September 19th: Not much I can say about this, I haven't read the book, I loved the trailer, i'll probably read the book before it comes out and hopefully it wont change my mind about the movie. The Maze Runner = Flop -Mild success.

Interstellar - November 7th: The trailer looked good. Its a little to far down the road to determine anything but i'll just speculate since it's a Nolan film, it will be good. Interstellar = Good Success.

The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1 - November 21st: I heard people didn't like the book, but i'm just going to say this movie will probably be amazing. But without a trailer, I cant say much. The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1 = Big Success.

The Hobbit: There and Back Again - December 17th: This will be great, I personally loved the last 2 and I think this one will be just as good if not better. I cant wait for the trailer, going to be epic. The Hobbit: There and Back Again = Big Success.

The rest of the movies i'm not interested in, I don't know how good they will be. All these are just my speculation and opinion. Voice your opinions in the comments.


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