So many movies to chose from in 2016.
The new year has been in full swing for the last 30 days and we thought it was about time we share our most anticipated movies of 2016.
When it comes to movies, our household has a wide array of tastes
On to our list of movies, which are not in any specific order.
Kung Fu Panda 3 (Released January 29th) Po and the Furious Five are back but this time around, Po reconnects with his birth family. We are curious to see how this shapes up after watching the relationship grow between Po and the goose who raised him. This story should be good on a few levels.
Deadpool (Released February 12th) The Merc with a Mouth is coming to the big screen in case you missed the marketing blitz. Ryan Reynolds is perfect for the part and will bring in a new legion of fans. Oh as for the discussion over Rated R vs PG-13, sometimes there are movies not meant for kids. This is one of them.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice (Released March 29th) Fans of DC will finally get the showdown they have been clamoring for. Sure there are some question about Ben playing Batman or are they going to stick in too much of the Justice League with the hopes of trying to match the Avengers.
Captain America: Civil War (Released May 6th or not soon enough) In case you missed it, we are super excited for this movie. Not sure what else we can say about it except is it May yet?
Warcraft (Released June 10th) The big question is do you have to have played the MMORPG in order to want to see this movie. Based on the trailer we feel this is going to bring in a whole bunch of new Horde and Alliance fans.
Finding Dory (Released June 17th) I was always a fan of Finding Nemo but when Power Boy came into our lives, this movie struck a bigger nerve. This sequel has our attention, especially since it does not appear to be following the pattern of the typical follow-up movie.
Suicide Squad (Released August 5th) Perhaps you do not know too much about the Suicide Squad from DC.. Seeing the Joker and Harley Quinn on the big screen is going to be enough to get people talking about the movies. This one has a chance to be sneaky good, like Guardians of the Galaxy.
Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One (Released December 16th) Not much is known about this one aside from the basic premise about the Rebels planning on stealing plans for the Death Star. It will be interesting to see how this one shapes out and if the Star Wars brand does not falter.
There are some movies we left out on the fringe, like Dr. Strange and Star Trek, but it may change as we move closer to the release date and get exposed to more of the trailers.