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March 2014: Five Must-See Movies

In: Matt, Movies

I’m not going to lie… I didn’t see any movies last month. Not even the ones on my list. Whether that is because of a busy work/school/play schedule or because last month really just didn’t have anything going for it… I’m not sure.

Either way, March promises to be an exciting month in film with at least 3 movies I am DYING to see, and a couple others that look very promising. Okay really all I care about this month is VERONICA MARS but I’ll pretend the other 4 come close. (hint: they don’t)

Check out my picks for must see movies this month!

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With exception to his sizable ‘member’ (yes please), Michael Fassbender’s best asset is his ruggedly handsome face. It’s a shame he covers it up for his upcoming movie Frank. The 36-year-old actor wears a large papier-mâché head to play the titular character who leads an eccentric band called Soronprfbs.

The British-Irish dramedy also stars Domhnall Gleeson as Jon, a young wannabe musician who joins Frank’s band. Rounding out the cast are Maggie Gyllenhaal and Scoot McNairy who play Frank’s sidekick Clara and Don, the band’s manager, respectively. Frank premiered at Sundance earlier this year and will hit UK theaters on May 2, 2014. Check out the quirky trailer below.

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Nine years after Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s slick monochromatic graphic novel Sin City adaptation wowed moviegoers, the duo return with a highly-anticipated sequel. Taking a page from Lee Daniels’ book, Miller awkwardly adds his name to the film’s title. #sovain

Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For boasts a star-studded cast which includes returning players Jessica Alba, Rosario Dawson, Jaime King, Powers Boothe, Mickey Rourke, and Bruce Willis. Fresh blood is injected courtesy of Eva Green, Josh Brolin, Jamie Chung, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dennis Haysbert, Marton Csokas, Julia Garner, Juno Temple, Ray Liotta, Stacy Keach, Christopher Meloni, Lady Gaga, Jeremy Piven, and Crystal McCahill. Check out the trailer below. A Dame To Kill arrives in theaters on August 22, 2014.

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When Sony first announced an Annie remake, Willow Smith was set to play the iconic orphan. Fast forward a few years later and Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis snagged the role over the “Whip My Hair” singer. I wonder how that awkward situation was handled in the Smith household given that Willow’s dad, Will, is one of the co-producers along with Jay-Z. Personally, I think Wallis is a much better choice anyway.

Based on the first trailer, the modern retelling of the classic story stays similar to the fun and lighthearted original. Annie is an 11-year-old living in an orphanage run my mean old Miss Hannigan. A wealthy businessman decides to invite her into his home to create a feel-good story for his bid for the mayor’s office. He then bonds with Annie in a way he never thought he would.

The remake, however, does make a few changes. Daddy Warbucks is no longer. Instead, the rich politician is named Will Stacks, played by Jamie Foxx. The musical’s signature track, “Hard Knock Life,” gets an updated remix courtesy of Jay-Z. Rounding out the cast are Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Cameron Diaz who steps into Miss Hannigan’s shoes. Annie hits theaters on Christmas Day. Check out the trailer below.

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You can definitely tell a Michael Bay movie a mile away can’t you? Surround extremely photogenic actors with loud explosions and special effects and voila… another potential Summer blockbuster. While I never really got into the first three Transformer films, I’m willing to give this next trilogy a shot due to Mark Wahlberg’s addition.

“We really are going to do a reboot there, and what that’s going to be we don’t even know yet,” producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura had explained in an interview with MTV. “It’s a hybrid…It’s an evolution. There’s still continuity that’s going on, and yet there’ll be a lot of new cast.”

Wahlberg plays Cade Yeager, a single father and struggling mechanic, trying to support his daughter Tessa (Nicola Peltz) and protect her from race car driver boyfriend, Shane (Jack Reynor). In between all that father-daughter drama, giant robots engage in some serious mechanical warfare. The battle between Optimus Prime and a Dinobot T-Rex in some random Asian metropolis looks pretty sick. It’s about time the Dinobots showed up.

Rounding out the Transformers: Age of Extinction cast are Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles, Li Bingbing and T.J. Miller. The film is scheduled to hit theaters on June 27. Check out the trailer below.

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It’s not a movie trailer. Hell, it’s not even a teaser trailer. It’s a short 15 second clip of a bunch of footage spliced together. If you can’t wait for Marvel to debut the first official trailer tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live, this video sneak peek should tide you over til the epic preview premieres in a few hours.

I’m sure what most of you are excited for is to check out Chris Pratt. The 34-year-old actor showed off his ripped body on social media as he was filming Guardians of the Galaxy.

Rounding out the cast are Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace, Benicio Del Toro, John C. Reilly, Glenn Close, and the voices of Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel. Check out Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Groot and Rocket Raccoon better known as the Guardians of the Galaxy below. The film hits theaters on August 1.

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Angelina Jolie Directs Garrett Hedlund In Unbroken

In: Donovan, Movies

Unbroken tells the incredible true life story of Louis Zamperini. He was an US Olympian who competed at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin where he even met Adolf Hitler after the German leader took notice of his performance. Years later, he survived a World War II plane clash, spent 47 days driving on a raft and years as a prisoner of war in a Japanese internment camp under the hands of the notorious Imperial Japanese Army sergeant, Mutsuhiro Watanabe. Years after his release, when Zamperini ran a leg in the Olympic Torch relay for the Nagano Winter Olympics, he reached out to meet Watanabe but the former sergeant refused.

All this is just a brief part of Zamperini’s unbelievable life. Angelina Jolie directs the film adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand’s best-selling book, Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption. Jack O’Connell tackles the role of the still-living 97-year-old, Zamperini. Domhnall Gleeson and Finn Wittrock play Russell “Phil” Phillips and Francis “Mac” McNamara respectively- the other two who survived the plane crash. Garrett Hedlund and Jai Courtney round out the cast. Unbroken is set to hit theaters Christmas Day 2014. Check out a clip that aired during NBC’s telecast of the Sochi Olympics below.

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John Cusack Abducts Thomas Jane In Drive Hard

In: Donovan, Movies

Thomas Jane is a former race car driver who’s now earning a living as a driving instructor in the upcoming flick, Drive Hard. Jane finds himself abducted and recruited as a getaway driver for a bank robber played by John Cusack. Riveting stuff ;) The action comedy comes from director Brian Trenchard-Smith (Leprechaun 4: In Space, Airforce 2: Down). If you’re a fan of his previous work, then fasten your seat belts and enjoy what promises to be a ridiculously odd ride. Watch the clip below.

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