30 Movies That Are Going To Blow Everyone Away In 2017

30 Movies That Are Going To Blow Everyone Away In 2017

Even though 2016 was an epic year for movies,
it almost feels like a warm-up when you look at the long list of blockbuster films already
on the release calendar for 2017. It’s never too early to get excited about
taking a trip to the theater, so we’ve lined up the biggest upcoming releases — and whether
you’re into action, comedy, horror, or drama, there’s something here for everyone… Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Five years after Resident Evil: Retribution,
Milla Jovovich returns to close out the sci-fi horror franchise she’s led for more than a
decade, with nearly $1 billion in worldwide grosses. Despite the long lapse between sequels, this
sixth installment will reportedly pick up where Retribution left off, while following
director Paul W.S. Anderson’s mandate to come full circle with
the saga of a dystopian future in which a corporation-created virus has unleashed a
zombie plague. John Wick: Chapter 2 After everything he went through in the first
movie, what could possibly convince John Wick to come out of retirement? Dog lovers will be relieved to hear it isn’t
the death of another pooch that gets his guns blazing in John Wick: Chapter 2. This time, one of John’s old buddies is in
the middle of a scheme to topple an assassin’s guild and he needs backup. The Lego Batman Movie Not long ago, the idea of a movie “based on”
Legos seemed too silly for words, but then The Lego Movie racked up nearly $470 million
while making us all root for plastic bricks — and play “Everything Is Awesome” on endless
repeat. “Oh my gosh I love this song!” “Everything is awesome” Taking the hint, Warner Bros. is diving right
in with a universe of Lego-derived films, starting with this spin-off, which brings
back Will Arnett as Gotham’s Caped Crusader. The Great Wall Zhang Yimou’s sprawling historical fantasy
epic The Great Wall has an intriguing — albeit a little ridiculous — idea: The Great Wall
of China was built to keep out more than just unwanted human neighbors. From everything we’ve seen so far, The Great
Wall will at least be a spectacular showcase of effects-heavy cinematography. Logan Hugh Jackman has played Wolverine for so long
that it’s nearly impossible to imagine anyone else in the role. Soon, 20th Century Fox will need to figure
out who’ll be the next actor to play the part. But first, Jackman’s getting his swan song
with a third standalone Wolverine feature. The film’s plot draws from Marvel’s Old Man
Logan comic books, about an alternate-future version of the nearly ageless hero. The film will also feature the return of Patrick
Stewart’s Professor X, adding yet another layer of closure for longtime fans of the
franchise. Kong: Skull Island On March 10, 2017, the big gorilla returns
with Kong: Skull Island. This ’70s-set trip into the Kong mythos gives
viewers the biggest version of the character they’ve ever seen — which is a good thing
for Kong, because after Skull Island finishes its theatrical run, the studio is planning
to pit him against Godzilla in a monster mashup for the ages. What could possibly go wrong? (Classic Godzilla screech) Beauty and the Beast Like Disney’s earlier Beauty, this version
draws inspiration from the classic fairy tale about a prince, played here by Dan Stevens,
who’s cursed with a grotesque appearance. Yet, he finds love with a pure-hearted maiden,
played by Emma Watson, who’s imprisoned in his castle after her father offers her up
in a deal to spare his own life. Like a lot of stories from the era, it’s pretty
dark, but Disney’s animated adaptation put a family-friendly spin on it with music and
humor, and we can expect the same here — plus a cast that includes Ewan McGregor and Sir
Ian McKellen. Power Rangers The forthcoming Power Rangers isn’t the first
movie to capitalize on the mighty morphin ’90s craze, of course. However, director Dean Israelite’s take on
the story offers a much more serious and emotionally charged account of how these misfit teens
managed to become a band of unlikely world saviors, battling back the forces of evil. If the film does manage to renew even a little
bit of the Power Rangers frenzy that the series enjoyed in the ’90s, it’s going to be massive. Ghost in the Shell Rupert Sanders’ adaptation of the popular
Ghost in the Shell manga series of the same name is expected to be a visual spectacular
that chronicles an epic chase between a cyborg policewoman and a dangerous hacker. It promises to offer the same kind of gnarly
effects and existential futurism that captivated audiences in films like The Matrix, Scarlett
Johansson’s own turn in Lucy, and The Fifth Element. Sign us up. The Fate of the Furious According to the official synopsis, the new
sequel in this long-running franchise — titled The Fate of the Furious — finds Vin Diesel’s
Dom lured back “into the world of crime he can’t seem to escape and a betrayal of those
closest to him” by a “mysterious woman,” played by the always amazing Charlize Theron. Listen carefully and under the roar of the
motors, you can hear the box office cash registers ringing… (Cha Ching!) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Initially, it seemed like a hilariously dumb
idea for Marvel to turn a relatively obscure comic about a ragtag team of intergalactic
do-gooders — whose ranks included a raccoon-like creature and an alien resembling a sentient
tree — into a $200 million movie. Nearly $775 million in box office receipts
later, Guardians of the Galaxy could be the start of an Avengers-style franchise for the
studio. While we don’t have many details regarding
what they’ll be up to this time around, it’s pretty much a given that it’ll be tons of
fun. “Nobody has any tape!” “Not a single person has tape?!” “You have an atomic bomb in your bag, if anybody’s
gonna have tape it’s you!” “I have to do everything!” “You are wasting a lot of time!” “I am Groooooooooot!!!!” Alien: Covenant Fans who feel Prometheus didn’t tie into the
Alien films strongly enough might be better served by Alien: Covenant, which brings back
Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace to show what happens after they hijack an ancient
spacecraft in order to venture to the homeworld of the mysterious Engineers and halt their
plans for humanity. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No
Tales Pre-production on the fifth installment in
the Pirates of the Caribbean saga started back when the previous sequel, 2011’s On Stranger
Tides, was on its way to theaters, and its path through development has been strewn with
script difficulties and budget-induced delays. Still, any new chapter in a franchise that’s
grossed nearly $4 billion counts as a promising development for the studio, and Disney has
stood by while producer Jerry Bruckheimer steered Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men
Tell No Tales to its destination. Wonder Woman After being introduced to audiences in Batman
v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman will get her own standalone feature,
which is rumored to be the first installment in a period-piece trilogy that will take audiences
from the 1920s to the present day. Whatever actually happens in the movie, it’s
a long-overdue victory for comics fans who’ve waited years for the Amazonian warrior to
get a shot at her own big-screen franchise. World War Z 2 The first World War Z turned out to be surprisingly
entertaining, as well we extremely commercially successful. That brings us to the inevitable sequel, World
War Z 2, in which Brad Pitt returns to battle the zombie plague. We don’t know much about the plot at this
point, but director Juan Antonio Bayona will be working from a screenplay by Steven Knight,
whose varied list of credits includes the chess drama Pawn Sacrifice and Bradley Cooper’s
Burnt. Cars 3 Rev up your engines, kids, because Lightning
McQueen is back in high-speed action in Disney-Pixar’s Cars 3. The 3D animated adventure, which follows the
events of 2006’s Cars and 2011’s Cars 2, will follow McQueen on his journey to catch up
with a new generation of speedsters and feature the return of some fan favorites like Mater,
Sally Carrera, and Ramone. Transformers: The Last Knight Aside from Mark Wahlberg being back as the
saga’s current human star, The Last Knight looks like it’ll plunge viewers into a time-traveling
plot that includes King Arthur and an alternate history in which Nazis won World War II — plus
plenty of action and lots of lead-ins to the assortment of spinoff films the studio’s planning. Despicable Me 3 Despicable Me has grown into an impressively
adaptable franchise for Universal. Details are still very sketchy regarding this
third installment, but we can safely assume Steve Carell will be back as the nefarious,
but kinda cuddly, Gru — and we know he’ll be working from a script written by Cinco
Paul and Ken Daurio, who collaborated on the first two films. Spider-Man: Homecoming This new Spidey reboot finds Tom Holland starring
as the web-slinger in a standalone film after wowing audiences with his debut in Marvel’s
Captain America: Civil War. Jon Watts, who helmed the creepy low-budget
Kevin Bacon thriller Cop Car, is on board as director for a storyline that features
Robert Downey, Jr.’s Tony Stark playing mentor to young Spider-Man in his battle against
the Vulture, played by the Birdman himself, Michael Keaton. War for the Planet of the Apes Dawn of the Planet of the Apes director Matt
Reeves returns for this follow-up, which picks up from Dawn’s final scene — a grim foreshadowing
of the major conflict brewing between genetically enhanced primates and a human population decimated
by the Simian Flu virus. Reeves, who co-wrote the script, is keeping
storyline details under wraps, but says the events depicted in War for the Planet of the
Apes see Caesar achieving “mythic” status. That can only mean one thing…catchy songs! “Yes you finally made a monkey out of meeee!” Dunkirk After a decade spent in the sci-fi/fantasy
realm, writer-director Christopher Nolan has put his considerable talents to work on a
historical drama about a World War II battle. Dunkirk reunites Nolan with a pair of his
Dark Knight and Inception stars, Tom Hardy and Cillian Murphy, and early footage hearkens
back to the heart-pounding beachfront battle imagery in the legendary opening scene from
Saving Private Ryan. Nolan’s attention to detail on the partial
IMAX production — including shooting on the site of the real-life events that inspired
it — will no doubt serve his tale of heroism and survival well. The Dark Tower Of all the adaptations Stephen King’s written
works have produced, The Dark Tower has to be the most anticipated. The sci-fi western horror film will follow
the events of King’s prolific Dark Tower book series, presenting the apocalyptic adventure
of an 11-year-old boy named Jake Chambers as he accidentally uncovers the Mid-World
dimension and joins up with Roland Deschain, played by Idris Elba. The two set off to find the Dark Tower before
the Man in Black, played by Matthew McConaughey, can stop Roland from saving his dimension
from certain destruction. Stephen King’s fans are sure to turn up for
this long-overdue Hollywood treatment of the beloved series. IT The 1991 TV miniseries adaptation of Stephen
King’s IT amassed a cult following, and Tim Curry’s original performance as the town-terrorizing
clown Pennywise has set a high bar for anyone to follow in the role. So when director Andy Muschietti revealed
his new version of the character, now played by Bill Skarsgård, in a costume that could’ve
easily been borrowed from a schoolgirl’s dress-up chest, it’s only natural that he faced a little
blowback. There’s still reason to believe this thing
will be a hit, though. There’s tons of talent on board, including
Skarsgård and Finn Wolfhard from Stranger Things, and there were plenty of scenes from
the book that were glossed over in the first adaptation. Blade Runner 2049 Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve
has a few big things going for him — most importantly, the presence of original Blade
Runner director Ridley Scott, who’s producing, and star Harrison Ford, reprising his role
as Rick Deckard. Ford’s joined by an ensemble rounded out by
Ryan Gosling, Robin Wright, and Jared Leto, all working from a script co-written by Blade
Runner writer Hampton Fancher with Michael Green. Story details are a mystery, and whether the
end result can stand up alongside the original obviously remains to be seen. But all the ingredients are here for a helluva
movie. Just keep Deckard away from the fridge. Kingsman: The Golden Circle The plot details are still a little loose
— rumor has it that the Kingsman British spy team will team up with their American
equivalents after their headquarters are destroyed by a lethal foe. But who needs a synopsis when you’ve got a
cast this intriguingly weird? Returning stars Taron Egerton, Mark Strong,
and Sophie Cookson are joined by an eclectic ensemble that includes Channing Tatum, Halle
Berry, Julianne Moore, Jeff Bridges, and…Elton John? “When I was down, I was your clown. Ooh hoo!” Whatever happens in The Golden Circle, we’re
betting it won’t be dull. Friday the 13th Reboot Between 1980 and 1989, the hockey-masked slasher
Jason Voorhees hacked his way through scores of screaming victims in eight films — although
by the end of the decade, the franchise had started to teeter between stale and ridiculous. This latest overhaul arrives nearly a decade
after the last reboot, which grossed nearly $100 million. Chances seem good it has to do with a guy
in a hockey mask chopping kids to bits. “Bart do you wanna see my new chainsaw and
hockey mask?!” “Aaahhh!!!” “Oh, sorry, what am I thinking?” Saw: Legacy Composer Charlie Clouser told The Hollywood
Reporter that the eighth installment of the Saw franchise will be a “reinvention” of the
series, offering “a fresh take on the material that will establish a new storyline and new
characters that can carry the saga into the future.” Expect lots of blood, gore, and puppets involved
in absolutely disgusting and terrifying acts. “Mmmm” “My tongue out” “Oh” “Hey Dan!” Thor: Ragnarok In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is basically
the end of the world and the death of the gods. So it goes without saying that, based on the
title, Thor: Ragnarok won’t be a jolly good time for our hammer-wielding hero. Although we can guess from his imminent participation
in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War movies that he’ll emerge relatively unscathed after
the final act. Justice League Director Zack Snyder is hard at work on his
third film in the DC Extended Universe, the superhero team-up film Justice League. The comic book throwdown ought to reunite
Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, while also giving formal introductions to Aquaman,
Cyborg, and the movie version of the Flash. While we don’t yet have any idea what danger
our team will face, we do know it’ll be pretty serious. Star Wars: Episode VIII This is Star Wars we’re talking about, so
the list of things we truly know about Episode VIII is awfully short. Pretty much all we can tell you is that this
installment follows the events of Episode VII, and advances the new trilogy pitting
the Resistance against the First Order led by Supreme Leader Snoke and his apprentice
Kylo Ren. Oh, and another thing? It’ll probably sell a couple of tickets. “We’re home.” (Audience loses its damn mind) Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our
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  1. Well 2018 Update…
    RE: Final Chapter/ Garbage
    The Great Wall/ Garbage
    Logan/ Damn Good ending to the Wolverine
    Kong: Skull Island/ Decent movie
    Beauty and The Beast/ Pretty good
    GITS/ Pretty good
    Fate of the Furious/ Decent movie
    GOTG Vol. 2/ A Blast to watch
    Alien Covenant/ Okay…
    POTC: Dead Men Tell no Tales/ Meh…
    WW/ Pretty Good
    We didn't get WWZ 2 Looper wtf!
    Cars 3: Pretty good
    Transformers: The Last Garbage Movie by Michael Bay/ GARBAGE!!
    Despicable Me 3/ Pretty good
    Spiderman: Homecoming/ Another Great Marvel movie
    War For the Planet of the Apes/ Nearly a masterpiece
    Dunkirk/ Nolan doesn't fail to impress
    The Dark Tower/ Garbage
    IT/ A Great remake
    Blade Runner 2049/ 50/50
    Kingsman 2/ Okay I guess
    We didn't get FT13th Looper!
    I didn't bother seeing Saw.
    Thor: Ragnarok/ Plain Awesome 😂
    Justice League/ GARBAGE!! YOU SUCK ASS DCEU
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi/ A HUGE let down 😒

  2. If you go and immerse yourself into the Avengers and the Marvel Universe movies as a whole and then go back and rewatch both Guardian Of The Galaxy Movies they are even better than you might already think they were the first time around. I did and it was 4 times better than I even thought they were initially. I’m glad I did. I found them bordering a little on the corny side the first time I saw them before I really understood some of the references in it much better which makes a HUUUUGE difference. I mean they all work ok as stand alone movies too but after watching them all and understanding just how many cool references there are to the entire MCU in each of them makes it all play out far more fluidly and leaves you with a much better understanding of the entire world and/or saga as one big whole connected exciting adventure in time and even maybe a little more of a related possibility to our own world if you still have a bit of a kids wonder and imagination. It’s a fun escape which is what a movie is supposed to be. Kind of comparable to what Star Wars was able to achieve at certain times in it evolvement, as hit and miss as it was and depending on who’s opinion you are relying on. For me, the magic began and ended with the original trilogy. And TFA and Rogue One came a close second. They showed promise. Can’t save them all though…smfh…I suppose…

  3. a year later it's fun to go back to this list and realize that out of the 30 films, only half of them were any good

  4. Check out the anything & everything show with Simmy & bones with their new film reviews it's a new up & coming show really interesting.

  5. You are British and you pronounce Z- as "ZEE" instead of correctly pronouncing the letter as "ZED"… I'm Canadian I think a few countries would agree….

  6. Updated Thoughts:
    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter – Worst
    John Wick: Chapter 2 – Awesome
    The LEGO Batman Movie – Also Awesome
    The Great Wall – Fine
    Logan – Amazing
    Kong: Skull Island – Mediocre
    Beauty and the Beast – Mixed
    Power Rangers – Fun
    Ghost in the Shell – Super Underrated
    The Fate of the Furious – Good
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – Great
    Alien: Covenant – Good-ish
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Meh
    Wonder Woman – Fantastic
    World War Z 2 – ???
    Cars 3 – Okay
    Transformers: The Last Knight – Shite
    Despicable Me 3 – Mehh
    Spider-Man: Homecoming – Really Good
    War for the Planet of the Apes – Masterpiece
    Dunkirk – Another Nolan Masterwork
    The Dark Tower – Disappointing
    It – Surprisingly Terrifying
    Blade Runner 2049 – Best of 2017
    Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Not bad not good either
    Friday the 13th Reboot – ????
    Saw: Legacy (Jigsaw) – Still no
    Thor: Ragnorak – Best Superhero Movie of 2017
    Justice League – Mehhh
    Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi – Loved it so SHUT UP YOU FANBOYS

    1. Blade Runner 2049
    2. War for the Planet of the Apes
    3. Dunkirk
    4. Thor: Ragnorak
    5. Logan
    6. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
    7. It
    8. Wonder Woman
    9. John Wick Chapter 2
    10. The LEGO Batman Movie
    11. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
    12. Ghost in the Shell
    13. Spider-Man: Homecoming
    14. Beauty and the Beast
    15. The Fate of the Furious
    16. Justice League
    17. Alien: Covenant
    18. Power Rangers
    19. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
    20. Cars 3
    21. Despicable Me 3
    22. Kingsman: The Golden Circle
    23. The Dark Tower
    24. Jigsaw
    25. The Great Wall
    26. Kong: Skull Island
    27. Transformers: The Last Knight
    28. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

  7. Update:
    Resident Evil: Final Chapter. Never seen it, heard bad things though.
    John Wick: Chapter 2. Amazing film. Better than the first.
    Lego Batman Movie. Very good, funny, great for families.
    The Great Wall. I liked it. Great action and battle sequences. Although a lot of people don’t like it like me.
    Logan. Fantastic movie. A great send-off to Jackman. Glad to see James Mangold make up for his movie The Wolverine.
    Kong: Skull Island. I liked it. Great CGI. A badass movie. Glad we saw a lot of Kong as we didn’t see much Godzilla in the 2014 film.
    Beauty and the Beast. Great film. Great CGI. Funny moments, great cast.
    Power Rangers: It’s a good film. Funny. Not much Power Rangers though.
    Ghost in the Shell. Haven’t seen the anime. Okay film. Great CGI, feels really cool.
    Fast8. Cool. Mad. Fun. What more could you ask for? Great action sequences.
    Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2. Very funny. Better than the first. Very fun scenes for everyone.
    Alien: Covenant. Haven’t watched it in a while, although what I remember is cool.
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Very cool, funny, fun. CGI is good.
    Wonder Woman. Great film. The message behind this film is so important.
    World War Z 2. This never came out in 2017. IDK SHIT 😂.
    Cars 3. Haven’t seen it. Cars was okay. Cars 2 I can’t remember about. Don’t really need this sequel but okay.
    Transformers: The Last Knight. Trash film. Nobody wants anymore Transformers.
    Despicable Me 3. Cool. Funny. Not as good as the first of second but still enjoyable.
    Spider-Man: Homecoming. Very funny, the most fun MCU film yet. Action a little underwhelming.
    War for the Planet of the Apes. My favourite 2017 film. Amazing. Masterpiece for sure.
    Dunkirk. Christopher Nolan rises again! Very good and intense.
    The Dark Tower. I liked it. Good action. I like Matthew McConnouhay (idk how it’s spelt) as a villain.
    IT. Very good. Scary. Funny. Heart-warming. A little cliche and the CG isn’t the best, but it’s very good.
    Blade Runner 2049. I like Ryan Gosling. Haven’t seen the original. I found it a little boring. Though critics think it’s awesome.
    Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Very funny and stylish. Like the original. Great film and cast.
    Friday The 13th. Not sure this came out.
    Saw: Legacy. Haven’t seen.
    Thor: Ragnarok. Very funny. The most colourful MCU film yet. 1st and 2nd weren’t all good. Made up for it.
    Justice League. I really liked it. Though I can understand why its not liked.
    Star Wars: Ep 8 (aka The Last Jedi). I didn’t like it in the cinema. When I watched it at home, I really enjoyed it.

  8. Rubbish predictor and use of the word epic shows what a trend seeking idiot this guy is with his overly earnest voice,sounds like hes constipated.,Dunkirk only totally class movie…Bladder runner ok ,Wonder woman ok the rest forgettable or disappointing

  9. 30 movies from one year alone that will blow everyone away?
    I wish to be so easily excited.
    I’d be quite content to find 3 films each year that I could regard so highly.😂

  10. Its 2019 and i only reccomend:
    Logan 😭😭😭
    Thor ragnarok
    Guardians of the galaxy
    Wonder woman
    Spiderman homecoming
    Kingsman the golden circle

    Others are just crap

  11. Hopefully these will be better when re-watched in 2019, time may have healed these movies to be less shit.

  12. Guys, "IT" was over 1100pgs, the first iteration was barely fit in a mini series, with stuff cut out..the feature film was split into two films the first being well past the 120 minute mark, the sequel likely to surpass that. So then with "the dark tower " saga, 7 books…the latter half in the thousand page each spectrum, easily a dozen connecting short stories, multiple novellas, how do we tell all that?
    Standard 100 minutes?
    Cool cool.

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