The summer movie season of 2015 is winding down, but that hardly means that it is time to stop thinking about the year's most promising films. Indeed, while we still want to look back at summer and spring movies from 2015 that you might have missed, we also want to give you a variety of potentially promising films in the near future.
So without further ado, here are the 25 of the Must See Movies of 2015.
Don’t let either its February release or lackluster trailer fool you, Kingsman: The Secret Service has plenty going for it due to the talent both in front of and behind the camera. From Layer Cake director Matthew Vaughn and his longtime scripting co-writer Jane Goldman comes the next project from a collaboration that includes Stardust, Kick-Ass, and X-Men: First Class. It’s even based on another comic book property, this time from the bottomless “big idea” machine that is Mark Millar.
However, there is more to Kingsman than its behind-the-scenes talent: in front of the camera fans will get to see Colin Firth in a role he always setemed like a perfect fit for, James Bond 007 a British secret agent named Harry Hart. And being unencumbered by franchise restrictions, this film about a good old boys club that also includes Michael Caine in an “M” style role and Samuel L. Jackson as the villain has too much potential to not at least check out and see if there is another hidden popcorn colonel to treasure like this creative team’s last two comic book-inspired sugar rushes. - Den of Geek Review
We have all had that dream: something other that isn't a human or known - an It - is following you. But for David Robert Mitchell's second feature, It Follows, we know exactly what that something is: one of the best horror movies in years.
It Follows is a dreamy throwback to the synthesizers and primordial teenage terror of John Carpenter's best 1970s and '80s films, as well as a wonderfully original nightmarescape in its own right. When Jay (Maika Monroe) sleeps with a boyfriend she should have avoided, she is unreasonably punished with a sexually transmitted curse: It will follow her wherever she goes until it has her in its grasp, and It will then consume her whole. This is a frightening concept pursued perfectly in this disturbing must-see. - Den of Geek Review
On our list last year, Fast & Furious 7 was one of the most anticipated movies of 2014 until the tragic passing of Paul Walker. Vin Diesel might be the franchise’s American muscle car build, but Walker was the engine that powered it through its greatest heights (namely Fast Five). Now, stands as a final tribute to the greatly missed movie star, and one last hurrah for the whole intact gang.
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