MoviefiedNYC’s Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2014

David’s Top Five Most Anticipated Movies of 2014

1. Inherent Vice  Director Paul Thomas Anderson 
Why? P.T. Anderson, that’s why!


2. The Grand Budapest Hotel   Director Wes Anderson
I’m excited to return to Anderson’s world. 


3. Mr. Turner  Director Mike Leigh working again with his Topsy-Turvy, Secrets & Lies star Timothy Spall.


4. The Lobster  Director Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth
A love story set in a dystopian near future. He’s one of the most original (and bizarreDogtooth) directors out there right now.

5. Maleficent   Robert Stromberg
Sleeping Beauty is one of my favorite Disney toons. Angelina Jolie just looks so freakin’ beautifully evil. 

6. Calvary  Director John Michael McDonagh (The Guard)
Stars Brendan Gleeson (In Bruges and The Guard) and Chris O’Dowd (The IT Crowd).


7. Muppets Most Wanted  Director James Bobin
Bobin returns to direct the second of the modern day Muppets, and a healthy dose of Muppets is good for the soul. 


8. The Lego Movie  Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller
Are you kidding? My favorite toy ever! I don’t know what it’s about but I’m in. 


9. Nymphomaniac  Director Lars von Trier (Melancholia)
I’m scared, yet very curious, but quite scared!

10. Into the Woods  Director Rob Marshall (Chicago) 
I’m simply curious to see how Hollywood can fuck up yet another great Broadway musical.


A couple more honorable mentions: Knight Of Cups (Director Terrence Malick), Exodus (Director Ridley Scott), and of course Interstellar. 


Myrna’s Top Five Most Anticipated Movies of 2014

1. Inherent Vice – Director Paul Thomas Anderson
Joaquin Phoenix + Paul Thomas Anderson + Thomas Pynchon = I am speechless with joy.

2. The Grand Budapest Hotel – Director Wes Anderson
I always want to visit the world’s Wes Anderson creates.

3. Gone Girl – Director David Fincher
Fincher is back with another adaptation of a thrilling, page turning best-seller.

4. Interstellar – Director Christopher Nolan
More of the McConaughey-renaissance with some Christopher Nolan on the side.

5. Midnight Special – Director Jeff Nichols
I’m up for anything Jeff Nichols does, but I’m especially curious about this film center on a father and son who go on the run when it’s discovered that the boy possesses special powers.

6. Only Lovers Left Alive – Director Jim Jarmusch
Vampires in love (Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston), with a rumored return to for by Jim Jarmusch.

7. Snowpiercer – Director Joon-ho Bong
Can’t resist anything from the director of Mother, and one Tilda Swinton is in it.

8. The Immigrant  Director James Gray
More Joaquin!

9. Boyhood – Director Richard Linklater
Linklater’s experimental look at the life of a boy and his family film in real time over a 12-year period.

10. Birdman – Director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu
My beloved and gloomy Iñárritu (Amores Perros, Babel) makes his comedy debut with the dark tale of of a has been comic book movie star (Micheal Keaton),

A few more titles to look out for (in no particular order):

How To Train Your Dragon 2 (Toothless!)
Cuban Fury
The Lobster (Yorgos Lanthimos – Dogtooth)
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

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