Top 7 Movies to Watch Out for Before 2014 Ends
It’s been a great year as far as movies are concerned. Weave had a huge number of blockbuster hits until now, with each movie getting better than the last.There are definitely a few expected box office hits yet to come out in 2014 like ‘The Hunger Games: ‘Mockingjay – Part 1’ and ‘The Hobbit: Battle of the five armies’. So here are our top seven contenders!
7 Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (December 19th, 2014)
This is the third and final installment of the ‘Night at the Museum’ trilogy, which is guaranteed to make you laugh your heads off. It’s going to be a totally insane night, what with Larry(Ben Stiller) spanning around the globe and putting together the most adored characters and a few new ones and sets out for a wild and thrilling journey to stop the magic from being lost forever. Get ready to completely lose your minds yet again!
6 Tinkerbell and the Legend of the Never Beast (December 12th, 2014)
Oh Tinkerbell’s back! Yet another sequel joining the club, this is for all those anime lovers. A monstrous mysterious creature turns up, and guess what? Yes, Fawn befriends it. Moreover, like any good friend would do, she gets her friends to help her save her ‘big friend’ from being captured by the elite scout fairies. And like its prequels, this one’s not gonna disappoint you!
5 Penguins of Madagascar (November 26th, 2014)
The penguins of Madagascar finally landed up a movie of their own! If you know them well, the film is definitely going to be downright hilarious. Super spy team: Skipper, Rico, Private and Kowalski join forces with an undercover organization to stop the vicious Dr.Octavius Brine from bringing the world to an end. Go watch our heroes in action!
4 Wild ¬¬(December 5th, 2014)
A harrowing heartbreaking account of a hopeless Cheryl Strayed(Reese With her spoon) in search of a little hope which ultimately leads upto her healing. Everything seems to steer out of her control, she’s left with a failed marriage and with the shock of her mother’s death. Without giving it much thought, Cheryl embarks onto the wild, hiking alone for more than a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. The film acquires a powerful quest of one young woman against the winds, molding her into a more powerful self.
3 The Imitation Game (November 28th, 2014)
Who doesn’t love Benedict Cumber batch? Here’s another exhilarating performance by the actor, assured to leave you dazed. Alan Turing(Benedict Cumber batch) is a genius Mathematics scholar and a computer scientist, who helps crack the German Enigma Code which helps the Allies win the WWII. But the UK Govt. is not happy with Turing. Find out why and watch the movie unroll and come to a grand climax!
2 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay,Part 1 (November 21st, 2014)
The world could never have enough of these breathtaking film series. Katniss Everdeen(Jennifer Lawrence) is back, with even more vigor and courage, enough to shatter the game forever. She sets out to save Peeta(Josh Hutcherson) and becomes a symbol of the Mockingjay by spreading out her wings and fighting for the people she loves, until she has calmed the storms forever.
1 The Hobbit: The Battleof the Five Armies (December 17th, 2014)
An epic end to the adventures of Bilbo Baggins(Martin Freeman), the film has all it needs to bring the series to an amazing conclusion. As the darkness closes in, the races of Elves, Dwarves and men must decide, either to unite or be smothered. Gear up, all you Lord of the Rings fans, this is the last one that completes the set with an epic end.