The 2018 Movies You Have To See

The 2018 Movies You Have To See

These days, major movie studios mark their
spots on the release schedule years ahead of time, and it seems like audiences have
to wait forever once a film is announced. But before you know it, we’ll all be buying
our tickets for summer 2018’s hottest big screen blockbusters. From superhero sequels to explosive crime
thrillers to mind-bending horror flicks, it looks like there’s a whole lineup of films
that are well worth the wait. Among the dozens of promising projects slated
for release, here are some of the movies that are going to hit big. Hereditary According to critics, Hereditary isn’t your
run-of-the-mill fright flick, it’s a movie that’s going to leave you shaken to your very
core. Starring Toni Collette, Hereditary tells the
story of a family dealing with grief after the passing of a grandmother. Unfortunately, Grandma might not be gone,
and she might not be so friendly. The AV Club described the film as “pure emotional
terrorism,” and it’s got an ending that Daily Dead compared to movies like Carrie and The
Witch. In other words, prepare yourself for some
cinematic trauma. Ocean’s Eight Using the same basic premise of Ocean’s Eleven,
a group of quirky cons pull off an incredibly elaborate heist, Ocean’s Eight has done a
gender swap. A movie like this relies on the likability
of its cast, similar to the George Clooney version, Ocean’s Eight has assembled one of
the very best teams in recent memory. With an actor lineup this awesome, it’s seems
likely that Ocean’s Eight will totally be able to hold its own against Steven Soderbergh’s
classic. “Do we have to steal stuff?” “Yes.” Incredibles 2 14 years after the release of The Incredibles,
our crime-fighting family is ready to save the world yet again, and Incredibles 2 is
going to pick up right where the old one left off. As for the plot, the exact details are hard
to find, but we know Craig T. Nelson’s Mr. Incredible will be staying at home, watching
after his superpowered baby, while Holly Hunter’s Elastigirl goes on an adventure and stretches
her superpowers to new limits. Bob Odenkirk and Catherine Keener have also
joined the cast, and while we don’t know who they’re playing yet, there’s a good chance
they might be some sort of dastardly duo. “Bye Sweetie…” “I’ll watch the kids, no problem.” Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom When Jurassic World roared into theaters in
2015, it quickly became the fourth highest-grossing film of all time, raking in nearly $1.7 billion
dollars. Now, with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,
not only will we get to see raptors run amok, but we’ll also watch an abandoned theme park
get blown to smithereens. Directed by J.A. Bayona, this blockbuster
promises to be an over-the-top spectacle, complete with the return of Jeff Goldblum’s
Ian Malcolm. It’s pretty safe to say Fallen Kingdom won’t
go extinct at the box office. “Life finds a way.” Sicario: Day of the Soldado You wouldn’t necessarily think a movie like
Sicario needs a sequel, but rest assured, Sicario: Day of the Soldado is in good hands. Sicario scribe Taylor Sheridan, the genius
behind Hell or High Water and Wind River, wrote the screenplay, resulting in what’s
bound to be an incredible thriller. According to The Independent, director Stefano
Sollima promises a more cinematic film than the first, featuring, quote, “an incredible
amount of huge action sequences.” We’re also going to get a film that’s far
darker than the first, with returning star Josh Brolin describing the story as “severe,”
and Sheridan telling IndieWire that “[Soldado] makes the first one look like a
comedy.” The First Purge The Purge franchise has been picking off victims
and making political points since 2013, but now, with The First Purge, we’ll get an answer
as to how this night of bloodshed all started. Directed by newcomer Gerard McMurray and written
by franchise mastermind James DeMonaco, the newest film will take place before the Ethan
Hawke original. DeMonaco told Entertainment Weekly that the
cast will be 90 percent black, adding to the film’s socio-political message. Naturally, the film is set to hit theaters
on July 4th, when fireworks will light the sky and blood will flow in the streets. Ant-Man and the Wasp Audiences are in for a marvelous time when
Ant-Man and the Wasp arrives on July 6th. With Peyton Reed returning to direct, both
Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will be suiting up as the titular heroes. Apparently, the pair will attempt to rescue
Michelle Pfeiffer’s Janet van Dyne from her decades-long adventure lost in the quantum
realm. Lilly told Vanity Fair, “If we do succeed in Ant-Man and the Wasp,
then that does open a whole entire new multi-verse to enter into and play around in.” In other words, things are going to get super
weird after Infinity War. The Equalizer 2 Ready to see a super assassin and hardware
expert dispose of some gangsters with gardening tools? Your dreams may very well come true on August
3rd, when Denzel Washington returns for The Equalizer 2. Re-teaming with director Antoine Fuqua, Washington
is making history here, starring in his very first sequel. There aren’t a lot of plot details out there,
but come on, we’re going to see Denzel destroy a bunch of bad guys in incredibly creative
ways. What more do you need to know? Mission Impossible: Fallout Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt is at it again. “Oh, you know, same old Ethan.” Director Christopher McQuarrie returns to
helm a sixth installment to the covert op action-adventure series. McQuarrie has promised that we will, “[get]
to know who Ethan is in this movie,” and that our action hero will actually go on an emotional
journey, maybe that’s why Michelle Monaghan is returning as Ethan’s old flame. In addition to a killer cast, we’re super
psyched to see the crazy stunts Cruise and McQuarrie have cooked up. Cruise trained for a year to prepare for some
truly insane action sequences, and we can’t wait until July 27th to see how the superstar
puts his life on the line this time. The Meg Cue the creepy music, because The Meg is an
ancient shark that’s tormenting deep sea fishermen in this adaptation of bestseller Meg: A Novel
of Deep Terror. The film features Jason Statham as a rescue
diver who must help a stranded submarine and its crew escape the teeth of the prehistoric
beast. Shark movies automatically earn creeping dread
just by their nature, but this flick looks to take us into the depths of our fears, it’s
literally dropping the distressed crew into the deepest parts of the Pacific Ocean, so
we’re in for an action-packed treat. Captive State John Goodman is revisiting the sci-fi genre
with Captive State, an alien invasion thriller from Rupert Wyatt, the director who gave us
Rise of the Planet of the Apes. According to the official plot description,
the film is set in Chicago “nearly a decade after an occupation by an extra-terrestrial
force.” Captive State will focus on “the lives on
both sides of the conflict, the collaborators and dissidents,” and we can’t wait for this
science fiction flick to invade movie theaters on August 17th. White Boy Rick At only 14 years old, a Caucasian teenager
from Detroit named Rick Wershe Jr. was recruited as a snitch by the FBI. He went on to help the feds arrest some dangerous
drug lords, before becoming a big-time dealer himself. A story this wild was just begging for someone
to make it into a movie, and fortunately, White Boy Rick is set to hit theaters on August
17th. As real-life Ricky’s story recently took a
strange turn, it’ll be interesting to see how these events will affect the film. White Boy Rick promises to be one of the craziest
true crime stories of the year. Mandy It seems like Nicolas Cage’s entire career
was leading to Mandy. All the freaky faces, all the onscreen breakdowns,
all the awesome Nicolas Cage moments were building up to this. “Oh, yeah! You put your right foot in. You take your right foot out. You do the hokey-pokey and you f—ing work
it all out.” The result is a big bloody of explosion of
LSD weirdness and battle axe action mixed with rage, pain, and a lot of vodka. Mandy finds Cage playing a man who embarks
on a revenge mission in a film that, according to The Verge, “…combines the most absurd aesthetic excesses
of ’70s and ’80s horror films with the most absurd thespian excesses of Nicolas Cage.” …which obviously makes Mandy sound like
one of the greatest movies ever made. The Nun The Conjuring series is quickly making its
case that horror movie franchises can also become extended universes. Following in the success of the franchise’s
first spinoff, Annabelle, producers have given the Demon Nun from The Conjuring 2 her own
film, titled simply The Nun. The plot, which may be a prequel to The Conjuring
2, involves a priest who is called in to investigate a nun’s passing in Rome. If there’s anything we’ve learned about demonic
presences in Hollywood history, it’s that Italy tends to provide quite a creepy backdrop. This’ll definitely be one to watch. (listening to metal for the first time) Robin Hood We’ve had Errol Flynn, Kevin Costner, and
an animated fox. Now it looks like Taron Egerton will don Robin
Hood’s trademark green tights. Robin Hood is going to be like a medieval
version of Batman Begins, showing us how Robin of Locksley became Great Britain’s most famous
bandit. According to Deadline, the movie will take
place after Robin returns home from the Crusades only to find that Sherwood Forest is now “rife
with corruption and evil.” Jamie Foxx, who’s playing Little John, says
the movie, quote, “looks like you’re watching Zero Dark Thirty.” Taking Robin Hood in a dark direction is certainly
an interesting choice, and with the winning combo of Egerton and Foxx, the upcoming action
flick could be one of 2018’s most exciting movies. The House with a Clock in its Walls Eli Roth isn’t really known for his kid-friendly
films, but he’s looking to change things up with The House with a Clock in its Walls. Based on the classic children’s book, this
Gothic fright flick tells the story of a 10-year-old boy who’s sent to live in a quiet Michigan
town with his uncle… who turns out to be a warlock. There’s also a witch next door, plus an apocalyptic
clock, hidden in the walls, of course, and things get especially tricky when our hero
resurrects an evil being. This spooky movie is set to scare kids on
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    Vatican officials send a priest and a novitiate to investigate the suicide of a young nun in Romania.

    ROMANIA, not ROME. I hope she haunts you.

  2. The first idea made for the first Purge would've been a shit ton better, making it political just kills the horror and fun. 😒

  3. Oceans eight will bomb like the new ghostbusters, gender swapping cause reasons has never made a good film.
    I really doubt many of these films will be decent, just fodder as most hollywood movies are these days nothing of interest outside of Wasp and ant man.

  4. Hypocrites at its best is Hollywood who is the #1 publicizers of violence and gun violence in the world yet fake news blame NRA which most people don't know much about. No way will Hollywood and its actors and actresses will give up guns and violence in movies.

  5. The incredibles 2 is what hollywood wants to happen the woman goes on an adveture while the man stays home and looks after the kids. It's crap bullshit Also the femenist movement 3rd wave feminism wants the world to be okay with women working and men staying at home with the kids because and I think this is for real (especially when you look into CNN's cuckholding can be good article) women feel that men have been going to work and having mistresses for years decades forever now it's women turn to keep men at home and women working and guys being ok with their wife girlfriend or whatever having another guy on the side. Last thing oceans 8 is bullshit.

  6. nothing to watch again this year.. Hollywood getting more and more boring zombifying machine every year. Sequels all the can do, to squeeze more money out of already known names.

  7. You missed
    First Man
    Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald
    Disney's Christopher Robin
    Mortal Engines
    Creed 2
    Ralph Breaks the Internet

  8. No Night School.
    No Searching.
    No Peppermint.
    Yet they think we want to see another Oceans movie and another Robin Hood movie.

  9. To bad Jeff Goldblum's Screentime in JW2 is only like 30 seconds :/ and he's not doing much but talking in court

  10. yeah, at least through first four minutes there is nothing of interest here. Not going to bother with rest of this

  11. Did you actually watch the trailer for sicario? Its going to be a shitty cash grab. Half of these movies are going to be shit.

  12. Jamie Foxx as Little John?????? What the fuck? Don't get me wrong, I love Jamie Foxx, but this is bad casting. And it's not because he's black, it's because Little John's a giant man. Jason Momoa would be a better option. IMHO

  13. How many fucking Robin Hood movies are they going to make???? Stop making so many fucking Robin Hoods! We know the fucking story!

  14. Ocean's Eleven will never be matched and certainly never beaten by this pile of feminist Ocean's Eight crap.

  15. Hereditary sucked according to everyone who saw it, Oceans 8 was sloppy and a total mess with poor plot, Incredibles 2 is actually Incredible, Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom is a boring mess that’s a direct copy of Jurassic Park 2 The Lost World with a 15 second cameo of Goldblum, haven’t heard anything about Sicario 2, First Purge will probably fail with its awful messy history, Ant-Man and the Wasp is just an unnecessary sequel that’ wasn’t asked for but will probably make bank due to it being Marvel, EQ2 Will probably do okay, Mission Impossible is a hit or miss, Tom hasn’t had much success lately, The Meg is just another Jaws movie but will make some money for sure. Never heard of Captive State I’ll have to check that out, Never heard of White Boy Rick could be another Amy Friend Dahmer, Mandy will just be another Nicholas Cage fucking pile of shit that shouldn’t exist, The Nun is… well it’s gonna be another horror movie, Robin Hood will probably fail like King Arthur but it might do okay, The House With A Clock In It’s Walls looks interesting and I’m so happy to see Jack Black continuing his Cinematic comeback. I’m confused as to why you didn’t mention A Quiet Place or Infinity War or Deadpool 2

  16. I'm sorry but the Equalizer 2 doesn't interest me at all because towards the end of the first one, his imaginative ways of killing his enemies became unrealistic at best. I can't imagine that movie getting any better.

  17. all good movies, but the one which really got my attention was Mandy, because Nicolas Cage doing Nicolas Cage is what everyone want to see!

  18. Ocean's Eight – where Hollywood proves once and for all that – no one gives a shit about identity politics, feminism and least of all – a movie about a hen-house.

  19. Second Sicario wasn't nearly as good as the first… and do we really need another purge movie? Stop pushing this stupidity

  20. Oceans 8, in a list of movies you have to see….its like ghost busters all over again, you take a male action movie, and turn it into a feminist movie…. hollywood running out of ideas, we first got remakes, now we get feminized remakes..

  21. Hereditary was fucking fantastic … it's probably one of the creepiest movies I have ever seen and it's the kind of movie that sticks with you weeks after you see it. Ocean's 8 is the best movie ever!

    Just kidding. Ocean's 8 is only on the list because in 2018 we all have to pretend that a movie with a cast filled with women can be just as great as it's original male cast . . . how'd that work out for Ghostbusters? Exactly.

  22. I really liked Ocesns 8. I just dont understand why Hollywood want to make female reboots. Why can we all be together. Like in real life 🤷🏻‍♀️

  23. Hereditary | 0:28

    Ocean's Eight | 0:58

    Incredibles 2 | 1:26

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom | 2:04

    Sicario: Day of the Soldado | 2:40

    The First Purge | 3:22

    Ant-Man and the Wasp | 3:56

    The Equalizer 2 | 4:30

    Mission Impossible: Fallout | 4:59

    The Meg | 5:37

    Captive State | 6:10

    White Boy Rick | 6:40

    Mandy | 7:15

    The Nun | 8:02

    Robin Hood | 8:39

    The House with a Clock in its Walls | 9:25

  24. So disgusted with the amount of people hating on Oceans 8 just because of “gender role” and Rihanna y’all are pathetic I bet half of y’all still watched it😂
    Some people are so brainless & imprudent SMH

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