Can you believe it that it's 2015 already? Wow, how time flies when you're watching good movies and having fun. This January, at the top of our list we have picked two movies that will be no less than compelling to watch.
You take "Selma", a film about Dr.King leading a crucial march and then you throw on some computer hacking magic with Hemsworth and your all set. We're looking forward to seeing these titles and in tonight's post, we're going to tell you why. You ready? Let's Go...
Selma - 1/9/2015
You already know "Selma" is going to be a movie that will leave any and all who see it talking for quite some time. Dr. Martin Luther King has done so many things for the rights and equality of others, it's finally time at least some of his story gets put on the big screen.
We're most looking forward to watching this film for the powerful story, but also curious to see the impact it will have on the world at large. It's not often a film comes out talking or discussing the actions of a Great Leader that has done so much for so many people.
And from the looks of the trailer, you can see this movie has Oprah's stamp 10 fold, so you know it's going to be a good one. Will you be going to watch "Selma" this weekend?
Blackhat - 1/16/2015
From "WarGames" to "Hackers", moviegoers are completely fascinated with a good hacker story. There's just something about the black arts of hacking computers and causing complete chaos that spells Enter-Tain-Ment. That is unless it's your computer..lol
They brought out the Mighty Thor or shall we say Chris Hemsworth to bring this digital tale of cyber-terrorism to the masses. Just look at that term, "Cyber-Terrorism". Now is that "Blackhat" or what!
But what's really interesting about this timely piece is "Wasn't there just talk of cyber-terrorism during the launch of The Interview? Coincidence or hype for the new film? Hmm.
Well, either way we will be watching this one with our cells in airplane mode...just incase;)
Are you going to see it?
So there it is, our New Release picks for January 2015 to see in theaters. Now of course there are other films worth watching, but we feel these two titles will be best viewed on the Big Screen. See you at the movies.