George’s Top 3 Of 2013 & Most Anticipated Of 2014

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Prisoners gives audiences another opportunity to be manipulated, in the way that they clearly love. It’s an incredibly thrilling thriller. Hugh Jackman plays the father role well, Jake Gyllenhaal a great work obsessed detective all topped off with the a forever creepy Paul Dano.

World War Z

Being a sucker for zombies/infected and having recently completed The Last Of Us on PS3 World War Z gave the opportunity to once again experience the same clicking, twitching croaking zombies that deserve a place alongside ‘leg dragging’ zombies in horror history.


The idea of spending an extended amount of time trapped in space alone with Sandra Bullock combined with an incredible amount of hype set this film up to fall short. The reality however was a visual masterpiece. Eery stillness, documentary style views of Earth and strong acting from Sandra Bullock.



The Hobbit: There And Back Again

I’m fine with the drawn out adventure that is The Hobbit because you can’t beat the escapism of Hobbits, Dwarves and Elves.

How To Train Your Dragon 2

If it’s anywhere near as good as the first one then we’re in for a treat.


Even though the 1998 version of Godzilla wasn’t particularly impressive, the fact that I was six years old and liked dinosaurs when it came out perhaps has a slight bearing on my being excited as to what the year 2014 has in store for Godzilla. Bryan Cranston is in it.

A Million Ways To Die In The West

Because it’s a Comedy/Western directed by Seth MacFarlane…


Knowing very little about a film is often a great way to experience it. I’m happy to sit back and see where Christopher Nolan takes us.

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