Well, other than the behemoth movies coming out for the remainder of 2015 like Pan, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II & Star Wars and some trailers that I already posted here on my blog, here are the remaining movies of 2015 that I am particularly anticipating to see.
The Peanuts Movie – This is a very cute movie and the nostalgia feels is overwhelming. Hoping the movie will be received with the same reception as The Minions.
Bridge of Spies – Gritty Cold War thriller with Tom Hanks and helmed by Steven Spielberg
Spectre – Another well-thought movie of the 007 spy starring Daniel Craig
Legend – Tom Hardy’s one of the best performances this year who will be playing the Kray twins and based on a true events.
The Martian – Ridley Scott helmed space drama starring Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain and a lot more big stars.
Crimson Peak – starring Tom Hiddleton and Jessica Chastain and helmed by Guillermo del Toro
99 Homes – a drama which stars Andrew Garfield with his awesome performance to date.
The Standford Prison Experiment – An Ezra Miller starrer which is really dark and provocative
Carol – a drama starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara
Everest – a adventure drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal
Demolition – Another drama focusing on how you cope with life especially losing someone you dearly love. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Naomi Watts and Chris Cooper
Black Mass – a gangster movie starring Johnny Depp. The movie was well praised during the Venice Film Festival which says it will be Depp’s comeback movie from a consecutive list of lackluster movies.
The Hateful Eight – A gritty Quentin Tarantino western movie
The Good Dinosaur – a Pixar movie released this year right after the success of another 2015 released movie Inside Out
Knock Knock – a suspense/thriller movie starring Keanu Reeves and helmed by Eli Roth. This will be his follow up movie after that critically acclaimed movie John Wick.
The Green Inferno – Another Eli Roth horror/thriller movie which originally came out last year but it has some issues during the post production.
The End of the Tour – an indie movie which was an official selection to 2 international film festivals which stars Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel about a biographer (Jesse) who joins with a famous author’s (Jason) book tour across USA and eventually get to realize the meaning of life, fame and loneliness along the way.
The Walk – a gripping movie starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Burnt – a drama starring Bradley Cooper
Concussion – a Will Smith starrer which focuses on issues inside NFL. This will also be Will Smith’s comeback movie with a very dramatic performance.
The Dressmaker – this stars Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth
Beasts of No Nation – a very engaging and powerful Netflix-produced movie starring Idris Alba
Spotlight – The movie revolves around the Catholic Church homosexual and juvenile abuse of priests. It stars Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdam and more.
The Night Before – a hilarious, trainwrecky holiday movie starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen
Freeheld – I wonder why Julianne Moore’s characters lately involve having critical illnesses but this movie is based on a true story which also stars Ellen Page
By The Sea – A Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie starrer
Steve Jobs – Michael Fassbender is a lot busy these days and all movies he is with this year are just incredible.
Youth – a very moving and inspiring drama which stars Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel with Jane Fonda and Rachel Weisz
Creed – a boxing drama starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone and this has a lot of references to Rocky