The tradition continues.
We compiled out 2023 Must See Movies which will have us waiting in line whether it is on the big screen or at home.
Sure we had some duds in 2022, but there were some good movies as well. With that being said, let’s continue with our list.
Knock at the Cabin (Feb 3rd) Based on a great story by Paul G. Tremblay, the movie looks like it will keep us on the edge of our seats until the end.
Ant Man & the Wasp: Quantumania (Feb 17th) The arrival of Kang will mean new things for Phase 4 as we shift gears from what happened to what can happen.
Creed III (Mar 3rd) Honestly if you are going to check this movie out, you need to see it on the big screen to fully appreciate it.
Scream VI (Mar 10th) This time, Ghostface takes it on the road and shows up in New York to terrorize his targets.
Shazam! Fury of the Gods (Mar 17th) This is the one DC movie we are excited for. Curious to see how Billy and his family have grown since the last movie.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (Mar 31st) We are holding our breathes that the movie is done right, and not like the last D & D movie.
The Super Mario Bros Movie (Apr 7th) So far so good. Let’s hope the rest of the movie holds up with the animation and voice acting.
Guardians of the Galaxy vol 3 (May 5) We all know this is the end. We just hope certain character make it out in the end. Rocket needs to finish his arc.
Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse (June 2) Can they continue where the last one left off? It may be hard to match it but we have high hopes that it will.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (June 9th) The trailer caught our attention and it looks like the Transformers franchise might be on the right track.
Elemental (June 16th) So far, this looks like another solid animated tale by Pixar.
The Flash (June 16th) Why? Honestly we have to see what they are going to do with the rest of the DCEU movies.
The Marvels (July 28th) This one is already feeling like it is better than the first one.
Meg 2: Trench (Aug 4th) You can’t go wrong with big sharks.
Haunted Manson (Aug 11th) Perhaps this will be a movie better than the ride?
Blue Beetle (Aug 18th) We like the character and would love to see this succeed.
Kraven The Hunter (Oct 6th) Not sure what direction Sony is going, but it may be good. Or not.
Dune: Part Two (Nov 3rd) The movie is sure to wow on the big screen and even be a step better than the last one.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Dec 20th) The last one was a welcomed change. Perhaps things have turned the corner for the better
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (Dec 25th) The movie has potential based on the casting, shame we know there is not much left for the future of the franchise.