- l Origins 2014. Directed by Mike Cahill.
- Palo Alto 2014. Directed by Gia Coppola.
- Boyhood 2014. Directed by Richard Linklater.
- Interstellar 2014. Directed by Christopher Nolan.
- Night Moves 2014. Directed by Kelly Reichardt.
- Frank 2014. Directed by Lenny Abrahmson.
- Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For. Directed by Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez.
The first six months of 2014 had passed with various released of remarkable movies; started with Spike Jonze’s heartbreaking story, Her, the farewell piece of Hayao Miyazaki, The Wind Rises, twisted French love story, Mood Indigo by Michel Gondry, and not to forget, the Wes Anderson masterpiece, The Grand Budapest Hotel, that we knew you must have checked them out.
This month we are going to preview you, seven upcoming movies that have exceptional stories in countless aspects combined with a great production and a stunning casts indeed. (Text Melodya Lukita)
Written, directed and produced by Mike Cahill, I Origins will show you story about scientific and spiritual beliefs of a molecular biologist stared by Michael Pitt that examined human eye points caused by his own rare experience of feeling. First premiered in 2014 Sundance Film Festival, this movie will left you an insightful thinking of your origin and beyond.
In France cinemas 24 September 2014
Based on short story collection of James Franco, Palo Alto is considered as a different or best implementation of High School movies, which rarely made these couple of years. Written and directed by Gia Copolla, starring James Franco and Emma Roberts, Palo Alto will tell you story about rebellious students with sex, drugs, and any other crossing line (or decent) experiences.
In UK cinemas 3 October 2014
A drama movie, Boyhood is an once-in-a-lifetime movie produced since 2002 until 2013, which telling a story about a boy with divorced parents in a real 12-year period with its dramatic changes. Directed by Richard Linklater, this deep story about human development under particular circumstances, starring Ethan Hawke and Ellar Coltrane, is nothing like any other stories in movie-making history.
In UK cinemas 11 July 2014
The upcoming Christopher Nolan’s Science Fiction movies, Interstellar, will bring you the out of space experience about wormhole explorers that wanted to surpass the space travel by human. Starring Matthew McConaughey and Michael Caine, it will show you the intense relationship of time traveling as duties with the risk of leaving out love in earth.
In UK cinemas 7 November 2014
Directed by Kelly Reichardt, Night Moves is a story about three Environmentalists trying to blow up a hydroelectric dam, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard. The thrilling mood, Hitchcock-like is slowly imposed to the movies caused by the illegal actions conduct at night involving new stranger, and internal intrigues.
In UK cinemas 29 August 2014
Directed by Lenny Abrahmson, this is a story about about Jon, a young musician wannabe that just joined an eccentric band, and has to deal with an enigmatic, mysterious leader, Frank. Starring Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, and Maggie Gyllenhaal. This comedy drama movie is absurdly entertaining with the involvement of papier-mâché head worn by Fassbender throughout the movie.
In US cinemas 15 August 2014
Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For
Frank Miller’s and Robert Rodriguez’s piece is making its sequel released, An American Crime Thriller, Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eva Green, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Josh Borlin, etc. with stories of love, hate, power and action of killing in comic strip trademark of all black and white and red blood involved. Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For, shows you inhabitancy in a city without rule nor justice in which everyone is villain for one.
In UK cinemas 25 August 2014