It`s been a long exciting and stressful year and I am really looking forward to Christmas break. Time flies when you are enjoying yourself, so I have decided to come up with a little plan – not to miss a single movie premiere I`ve been waiting for. So here is the AssignmentLab  list of premiers you CAN NOT miss:

1. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Yes, we are almost there! The third Hobbit movie can be seen in US as early as 17th of December, 2014. It is going to be epic, spectacular, unforgetable and hopefully will tie together the remaining parts. Well, folks, we have 2 more weeks to wait. Meanwhile, there is a little role playing for you to do on the official Hobbit website. Are you feeling more like a Legolas, Tauriel or Bard today? Make your choice and kill those filthy orcs, save the Middle-earth!

The Hobbit Movie

When: December 17th, 2014

2. Exodus: Gods and Kings

The world premier was today but you can plan to see it in the movie theater as early as the 1st of January. Epic rebellion of Moses against the cruelty of Egyptian pharaohs directed by Ridley Scott. I must say so far the 3D masterpiece has a rather controversial feedback on RottenTomatoes:

Why, oh why did the director decide that God should be played by a stroppy 11-year-old boy with a high-falutin’ English accent? Any gravitas Exodus might have had goes up in flames, like the proverbial burning bush.”
To be honest I have my doubts whether I would like to see another conservative interpretation of a Bible story, however starring Ben Kinsley makes it very tempting to give it a shot.

Exodus Movie

When: December 12th, 2014

3. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

And another grand trilogy to finish 2014. Not as epic as the Hobbit, but still worth seeing. Why? Because it is adorable, funny and it has Robin Williams. No offense, Ben Stiller, but everybody will probably be thinking about the tragic loss while watching the movie.

Night Museum

When: December 19th, 2014

4. Fifty Shades of Grey

Are you ready for some SM for dummies? Then you probably can`t wait to see the Fifty Shades of Grey movie… When? – Middle of February. What to expect?- I`m not really sure, but I would guess we can count on a politically correct version of the provocative book.

Fifty Shades Of Grey

When: February 16th, 2015

5. Poker Night

The story line of this new movie is supposed to have a lot of twists and turns to keep the viewer tense and guessing till the end. Local cops in Warsaw Indiana like to play poker; even more than playing cards they like sharing the stories about their adventure and criminal cases. Things go wrong when the main hero is trapped by a psychopath and has to use all the stories and clues he heard while playing poker to save himself and another victim – a young girl, trapped with him in the basement.

Poker Night

When: December 20th, 2014

6. The Spongebob Movie: Sponge out of Water

Goofy, summery, funny. I think this is a perfect movie for a cold long winter. This is exactly the type of film you go to and end up laughing very hard while little kids and their parents give you these very strange and judging looks. But who cares?


When: February 6th, 2015

7. PK

This movie is perfect for one of those days when your brain is completely dead and you can hardly remember your own name. I can tell you what you are not going to find in PK: intelligence, sophisticated plot, sense, moral. However you will find a lot of colors, exotic Indian actors, questions you would never come up with. The main character, played by Aamir Khan, has giant green eyes and very athletic body… So maybe you should give PK a chance?


When: December 19th, 2014

8. Minions

This movie is going to be a one big eye-opener for anybody who cares about history. This time Kevin and other minions have a new quest: finding a new master. Because the previous ones (T-Rex, Genghis Khan, Napoleon and Dracula have not survived the caring minions…


When: July 10th, 2015

9. Annie

The movie is a modern adaptation of the old musical and is produced by Jay-Z. The film is starring Jamie Foxx (remember Django Unchained) and a young star Quvenzhané Wallis. The plot is dramatic, deep; expect some sappy and heartwarming moments.


When: December 19th, 2014

10. Into the Woods

The atmosphere of the film is inspired by the Grimm brothers tales, which together with music and visual effects creates a mystical fantasy world. Into the Woods is starring Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp among others so you can not afford to miss it.


When: December 25th, 2014