2015 has been a great year for film already, with a number of huge blockbusters breaking records all over the place, including [The Avengers: Age Of Ultron](tag:293035), Jurassic World, Furious 7 and Ant-Man. It's been brilliant indeed, but it really isn't over yet! Here are just ten of the many films coming out in the next three months which you just have to see!
1. The Martian
The Martian just looks so good, I can't wait for this film! The cast is absolutely incredible, and Matt Damon looks amazing in it! If you don't go see this film when it comes out, shame on you!
I have to say that Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard look born to play these roles in this trailer. I'm no massive fan of Shakespeare, but I always loved Macbeth, and I have to admit I'm going to see this!
3. Beasts of No Nation
As if this doesn't look epic enough, and as if Idris Elba didn't look incredible enough, this is all going out on Netflix! That company is currently making TV redundant, and is now moving onto cinema?? Incredible! I watch Netflix so much that I'll probably be one of the first to see it! Talk about midnight screenings!
I've watched every one of the 23 James Bond films. There are periods when the films take a turn for the worse, but the reign of Daniel Craig over the role has not been one of those! Skyfall was a very different type of Bond film, and was a new high point for the series, and now they're bringing back the most deadly adversary James has ever faced, and Christoph Waltz as the villain?! I can hardly contain my excitement over this!
5. Steve Jobs
I watched the West Wing and the Newsroom religiously. I have seen The American President so many times I could tell you the color of Michael Douglas's tie in each scene (though to be fair, it's usually black). What I'm trying to get across is that I love Aaron Sorkin. When I found out he was writing this, I started tipping it for a lot of Oscar wins. This kind of cast is what Sorkin thrives on. I seriously think this could win a number of oscars, and that's a big call this early in such a tight Oscar season!
6. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
I'm a little behind, and only saw Mockingjay Part 1 two days ago, but now I'm pumped for this! Sure Part 1 lacked something, but why do you think that is? It saved everything for this! I've read the books, and I honestly don't think they should have split this book, because all the action is in the second half! It's going to be an epic finale to an epic series of films, and I look forward to it very much! Plus, Jennifer Lawrence, so... amazing film, right?
7. Bridge of Spies
I first heard about this in the summer, and knew instantly and without a doubt that it would be brilliant. Tom Hanks has never disappointed me. He isn't the kind of actor that stars in bad films. He is the kind of actor that walks into a bad film and saves it. He is, in my opinion, one of the best, if not the best, actor of all time. I love Tom Hanks. He is going to make this tension packed film a wonderful thing, so go see it!
8. Victor Frankenstein
Interesting indeed. I'm not sure what to think of this one. It looks like a part comedy, part drama retelling of the Frankenstein tale, focusing heavily on Victor Frankenstein and Igor. It looks very promising, and I love McAvoy and Radcliffe, but you never can tell, can you? I believe this will be a big success, and I'm going to go see it out of interest, but I'm not quite as certain as I am about some of the other films on this list.
9. Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens
Do I even need to say anything? Jurassic World and Furious 7 both cracked the top 5 highest earning films ever this year, but this film is going to take all five of the top spots for itself and then take the rest of the top ten for good measure. Will it be the great success we expect or will it be the prequel trilogy all over again, failing to capture the original magic? Everyone and their mom is going to go see it to find out, and then probably see it three more times!
10. In the Heart of the Sea
Finishing off the list is the "true" story behind the tale of Moby Dick. I have to say, this looks amazing, and really exciting. Chris Hemsworth sometimes doesn't make the box office earnings as a leading man that he deserves, but I think that this time will be slightly different. He looks brilliant in this film, as does everything else! I'll be going to see this one, though maybe not on its Christmas Day release date!
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