Anticipating in 2014 Pt. 2: July – December

Yesterday I took a look at films that are expected to be released in the first half of 2014, so long as they don’t get pushed back or otherwise derailed. And now, the second half of the year! (Again, these are based on the movieinsider.com tentative schedule and subject to change. Also, not all of them are films are particularly excited for — they’re just the films I’m likely to end up watching, though I am very excited for some of them!)

July

Emma Stone in costume for Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight (Image via Film Affinity)
Emma Stone in costume for Woody Allen’s Magic in the Moonlight (Image via Film Affinity)

25th – Magic in the Moonlight

August

1st – Get On Up

8th – The Hundred-Foot Journey (I’ll watch Helen Mirren in anything, she’s wonderful)

15th – The Giver

29th – Jane Got a Gun

September

12th – This is Where I Leave You

October

3rd – Gone Girl

17th – The Best of Me (More Nicholas Sparks cheese!)

November

14th – Fury (I’m a sucker for a WWII period piece)

21st – THG: Mockingjay, Part 1

Ben Affleck in the first still to be released from Gone Girl (Image via film-book.com)
Ben Affleck in the first still to be released from Gone Girl (Image via film-book.com)

December

12th – Exodus (Will it be as iconic as The Prince of Egypt?)

And finally, as with 2012, there are plenty of 2013 films I missed out on seeing and need to catch up on. Here’s the list, in order of release date (based on Wikipedia’s list of the year in film):

  • Mama
  • Warm Bodies
  • To the Wonder
  • Stoker
  • I’m So Excited
  • 42
  • The Lords of Salem
  • Mud
  • Frances Ha
  • Fruitvale Station
  • Blue Jasmine
  • The To Do List
  • The Spectacular Now
  • Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
  • The Butler
  • You’re Next
  • Enough Said
  • Prisoners
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • 12 Years a Slave
  • Dallas Buyers Club
  • Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
  • Inside Llewyn Davis
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2 thoughts on “Anticipating in 2014 Pt. 2: July – December

  1. As far as baseball movies go (and movies in general, too), I thought ’42’ was very well done. A good feel for the period…and I’m always a stickler for properly-rendered baseball scenes in film, and I to me these were spot on. So that’s MY recommendation for a film for you to watch from 2013!

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