Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Looking Forward to Seeing at the Cinema: July 2015

I’ve learnt my lesson from last month. I’m going to stop trying to read Jenna’s mind and picking her films for her.  What I will do however is sneak in and start this post before she can! Although you can guarantee I’ll have pinched her choice now...sigh! No you haven't although after we discussed this in the cinema and I have completely forgotten my choice - damn it!! *heads off to Google movies released in July* - Ok got it.....

Honestly, I still don’t know what to pick this month. After a couple of months this year so far where I couldn’t think of anything I really wanted to see, I’m spoilt for choice in July! How do I pick between Magic Mike XXL, Ted 2, Ant-Man, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and Ryan Reynold’s news film, Self/Less?! I’m not even going to have time to see them all!  I had planned to offer a special mention to Magic Mike XXL (mmmmm!), Ted 2 and Ant-Man as well so we are going to be spending a lot of time at the cinema this month I reckon!

However, there is a film I haven’t mentioned yet that I’ve been quietly excited about for a while…

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Disney Pixar’s latest animation, Inside Out caught my attention when I first saw a teaser trailer at the cinema when Cinderella was on. I’m a sucker for animation anyway, but Inside Out is all about emotions, and although I know very little about the film right now, I think it’s quite a difficult topic to tackle in a family film! I’m hoping it lives up to my expectations.



Inside Out will be released in UK cinemas on 24th July, 2015.
When I went on holiday last year I ordered a shed load of books to my Kindle to make sure I didn't run out.  What actually happened was I read a John Green novel and everything else I downloaded went out of the window and I found Wi-Fi specifically to download the rest of his books.  Although Paper Towns wasn't my favourite of his (still waiting on Looking for Alaska to be picked up for the Tinseltown treatment!). 
I had forgotten entirely that this was being made so when I saw the trailer last week I was thrilled.  Downside is that it is coming out when (as you can see from the list above) we already have A LOT to see and this will probably slip through the net because I don't know anyone else that has read it and my Dad would hate it!

However, I am still ridiculously excited to see it and intrigued as to whether Cara Delvigne actually has any acting talent - if not I am going to be very annoyed that a Hollywood fad has ruined what could have been a great adaptation!

Paper Towns will be released in UK cinemas on 24th July, 2015.

6 comments:

  1. I can't wait for Inside Out, although we get it a bit later this year here. I was thinking of watching Paper Towns in the cinema, but I might wait for the DVD instead. I liked the book but I'm not certain of the movie just yet. I wonder how Looking for Alaska will fare out; it's a bit darker than what John Green is currently famous for, but it's a good book of his. I would definitely watch the new Mission Impossible movie in the cinema, seems like a blockbuster to not miss. Might also wait for Magic Mike on DVD.

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    1. Oh bummer, I thought the UK was getting it late, how long are you going to have to wait?
      I'm definitely hoping to catch the new Mission Impossible at the cinema, I saw Ghost Protocol on the big screen and that was awesome :)
      - Allie

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  2. INSIDE OUT IS BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

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    1. GOOD! I REALLY CAN'T WAIT! :D
      - Allie

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  3. I saw Inside Out this weekend. They did a magnificent job of tackling the subject matter. Only problem is, that it is such difficult matter that it turns out to be an animated film that was marketed for kids, but in my opinion is not really a kids film. Maybe pre-teen to adult. But as an adult, I found it quite impressive.

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    1. So glad to see it's getting positive reviews. I completely see where you're coming from though with regards to the audience, when I saw the trailer I was immediately interested, but my first thought was 'Is this really a kids film?'
      - Allie

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