Monday 10 March 2014

Looking Forward: April 2014

Summer starts early with some big blockbusters in the month of April...

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Apr 4-USA, Mar 28-UK, Mar 27-Singapore)

          Marvel studios is the early bird as they deviate from their early May spot (taken by Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2). But this doesn't signify any cut back on quality entertainment. On the contrary, as we have seen from the brilliant, brilliant trailers so far, it promises lots and lots of awesome action sequences. What's more, I personally believe that The Winter Soldier story arc is one of the most interesting stories in all of Captain America. All that, and now Marvel is already planning to attach the directors for a third film, after only a pre-screening test. They must have done things right, and with some common sense, this means that this film is going to be top notch. Great plot, awesome action, and brilliant direction could mean that this will take fans by storm when it hits into theatres, very soon.

Oh, and Winter Soldier is my favourite villain of Captain America. Doesn't he just look great in the trailers?? :)

Trailers: (Trailer #1) (Must See!) (Trailer #2) (Must See!!) (Clip + Trailer) (Must, Must See!!!)

Rio 2 (Apr 11-USA, Apr 4-UK, Apr 10-Singapore)

          Three years back, and Rio soared to new heights thanks to its amazing visuals and wonderful musical numbers. It received positive acclaim and obtained big bucks in the box office. So, its no surprise that we find ourselves now with a sequel that takes the birds back to the wild. With all the amazing casts returning, along with some new voice casts, this would easily be the family entertainment for the month, one for the kids to enjoy.

Trailers: (Trailer #1) (Trailer #2)

Transcendence (Apr 18-USA, Apr 25-UK, Apr 17-Singapore)

          A film about a scientist who uploaded his mind and intelligence to a computer. This science fiction thriller does not only look awesome from the trailer, but also delivers an exciting plot line with lots of social & ethical issues in the mix. The idea of an artificial intelligence that may be of harm and danger to human beings is no new idea, but this film looks to be the one that properly explores the authentic consequences to what problems these advanced technology may possess. There looks to be more than just an exciting plot here, with some excellent looking visuals, and great deep drama among the main characters. Quite the blockbuster to look forward to.

Trailer: (Trailer #1) (Trailer #2)

Other Movies:

Draft Day (April 11)
-A sports comedy-drama film starring Kevin Costner...

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