If your resolution for the new decade is to enjoy life, watching movies should be at the top of your list. 2020 holds great promise for the movie scenes, from new installations to adaptations of original features. Start planning your popcorn budget because these five incredible films are on their way!
The Lodge (Release date – February 7th)
The month of love will get us started with some horror that illustrates the terror of isolation. Imagine the amount of fear that builds up when you know you have nowhere to run to. “The Lodge” is centered on a soon-to-be stepmom that struggled to uncover the facts behind a mystifying presence is a snowed-in remote township. The troubled young lady is juggling between connecting with her fiancé’s unwelcoming children and unearthing the snow monster. Considering her complicated past, she doesn’t know how much of what is happening is a result of it. Here is one for fans that enjoy darkly atmospheric horror.
The Call of the Wild (Release date – February 21st)
A dog and a man are against the savage wilderness of the Northern frontier. What could go wrong with such a powerful duo? It is based on Jack London’s 1903 adventure novel about a dog’s journey across the Yukon Territory, and it’s a major classic. The overwhelming support that is depicted by how many times the movie has been adapted to screen goes to show that you have no reason not to save the date – February 21st.
A Quiet Place 2 (Release date – March 20th)
“A Quiet Place 1” took us by surprise in 2018 when it turned a whopping $17 million budget into $350 million worldwide in the box office. It has been one of the most highly praised movies in the last decade, and we can’t wait to see what is in “A Quiet Place 2.” Rotten tomatoes contributed to the high rating in the previous film by describing it as an intelligent feature that is both scary and original. Let’s wait for March 20th to see what Paramount Pictures has prepared for us.
Mulan (Release date – March 27th)
Are you ready for another Disney live-action remake? Mulan is adapted from an animated movie from 1998 that shows a badass Chinese woman that acts as a man so that she can take her father’s position in the Imperial Army. Not only is the film interested, but it will also make history. It is directed by Niki Caro, who is the second woman to lead a Disney movie with a budget of $100 million.
No Time to Die (Release date – April 8th)
David Craig is returning to our screens with his fifth and probably last role as the famous “James Bond.” Being David Craig’s last act, we are looking forward to an incredible final impression. The casting experienced several setbacks, such as when Craig was injured and when the film’s first director quit because of a script dispute. Nonetheless, they managed to bring the film to life. We can’t wait for David Craig to give us a spine-shivering experience.