Star Wars: The Force Awakens is my most anticipated movie of 2015 because of my life long love for Star Wars. The advertising for this film was brilliant because they don’t even tell you the plot. They just give you elements. Since this is the SPOILER FREE review, I won’t give anything away. So pretty much Poe Dameron (Oscar Issac), Fynn (John Boyega), and Rey (Daisy Ridley) are trying to stop baddie Kylo Ren and the evil First Order.
An aging couple lives together, coexisting peacefully — perhaps even contentedly. When we meet them, Geoff (Tom Courtenay) and Kate (Charlotte Rampling) have been wedded 45 years minus one week, and they plan to spend that week organizing a large-scale anniversary party for their friends. Kate, we sense, is dominant in the relationship. She’s direct, witty, and organized, and sure of herself and her marriage. When the two sexagenarians drive somewhere, she takes the wheel and plays classical music. For Kate, things seem to be settled.
The Martian is a 2015 sci-fi drama adventure directed by Ridley Scott and written by Drew Goddard. It stars Matt Damon and everyone who’s ever been good in any movie ever. This cast includes but not limited to: Boromir, Harry Dunne, Troy Barnes, Ant-Man’s roommate, Sue Storm and Metal Arm Magee.
Creed is a 2015 boxing drama directed by Ryan Coogler. It’s stars Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone. This is indeed a spinoff of the Rocky franchise, this time we follow in the path of Apollo Creed’s son, Donnie. His dad has died (Spoiler for Rocky IV) and he grew up never knowing his father but he wants to be a boxer and is always starting fights. So, he tracks down Rocky Balboa and he trains him. I went into this movie loving the Rocky franchise and if I’m being 100% honest, I like