Films to Look Forward to in 2014


“Empires of the future are the empires of the mind.” ~Winston Churchill

Scanning of a human brain by X-raysPhysics, apocalyptic events, abilities of the brain, technology, traveling to places here-to-fore unknown, Western culture, the power of the Universe are themes that run rampant in films set to be released in the year 2014. Success of these films will be  dependent on the filmmaker’s storytelling ability, and visual effects are sure to be a large part of that, along with compelling characters, plot and settings.

Here is a list of movies to look forward to in 2014.

Which of these movies appeal to your interest and which do you think will bring you personal fulfillment? Noah and Transcendence and The Grand Budapest Hotel are at the top of my list.

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5 thoughts on “Films to Look Forward to in 2014

  1. Hi Sue. I agree, Transcendence sounds like an interesting film. I’ve seen The Hobbit so will look out for the sequel, There and Back Again. How imaginative to make a Lego movie, or maybe it’s just very clever marketing?!

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