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This could be the year of the video game movie. With four films on the release schedule, this will be the most popular year for the movies (as long as Assassin's Creed does not get postponed). Ratchet and Clank dropped like a rock in April. Angry Birds looks like perfectly-forgettable animated fare. Warcraft has Duncan Jones, but the trailers haven't made much of an impact on this non-fan. Perhaps Assassin's Creed is the savior we've been waiting for.
No theatrically-release film has churned a "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes and none have surpassed a 7.0 on IMDb (the acknowledged average on this site). Many of these titles have achieved box office success, but none have left their audiences, at large, satisfied.
Please let me know if I missed any films. I took this list directly from Wikipedia and I only included the ones released in theaters.
Possibly due to independent invention, intellectual theft, or plain dumb luck, multiple studios have, on occasion, released similarly themed and/or plotted blockbusters within the same year. This list contains six of those instances.
In order to celebrate Spider-Man's incorporation into the MCU, let's take a look back at his cinematic progression.
Actors tend to disappear into their roles. Some use genuine acting talent to immerse the audience into their universe. Others use heavy makeup and diverse accents. Gary Oldman and Christopher Guest are well known for both.
Every movie's a horror movie for dogs. They never survive (or at least it seems that way). DoesTheDogDie.com
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Ranked according to action awesomeness.
In 1968, Planet of the Apes hit theaters to much acclaim and great returns. The series now spans over 45 years, 8 films, 2 TV shows, and countless fanatics.
Filled with guilty pleasures, genuine classics, and average movies that maybe didn't quite deserve the distinction.
Winning nominations in bold.
I might've just based some of these reasons on movies, but they're awesome movies so it's all good.