There are tons of Movies to see this year and with 2011 barely heating up, we already see some fabulous contenders for “must sees” in the box office.Last year some of my favorite movies were The Social Network (which I actually just saw but came out last year), Inception (Leo!), and Tangled.
Here are a few cant miss:
Movies to see this year
Release Date: March 4th
[learn_more caption="Plot" state="open"]A chameleon that aspires to be a swashbuckling hero finds himself in a Western town plagued by bandits and is forced to literally play the role in order to protect it. [/learn_more]
Watch trailer and clips here.
The Adjustment Bureau
release date: March 4th
Featuring mega star Matt Damon, the premise of this movie is based on a futuristic novel that suggests reality is nothing more than an illusion. I agree.
Starts: March 25
I have already seen the commercials for this must see movie. But its kinda must see for men since most of the women are scantily clad. This is an action/fantasy film that takes place in the mind of a mental patient. Vanessa Hudgens appears.
Water for Elephants
Water for Elephants was an absolutely fabulous novel that was written around a vet for the circus. While I am sure the movie is going to have a hard time topping the already spectacular book, it doesn’t hurt that Robert Pattison will be in it.
The Tree of Life
Appearing: May 27th
Heading into the box office in time for Memorial Day, the Tree of life is about a family of 3 boys in the 1950′s, whose eldest son witnesses the loss of innocence. Brad Pitt and Sean Pean are sure to bring a serious performance.
Cowboys and Aliens
Appearing: July 29th
I guess this is a different plot than Cowboys and Indians! This movie that takes place in 1870 puts Cowboys and Aliens against each other. Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig make it worth the attend.
[box type="info"]A spaceship arrives in Arizona, 1873, to take over the Earth, starting with the Wild West region. A posse of cowboys are all that stand in their way.[/box]
Appearing: Sept 30th
Not so easy to find additional material on this movie, but its a thriller about who actually wrote Shakespeare’s plays.