Directed by Bryan Singer Starring James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Oscar Issac, Nicholas Hoult, Rose Byrne, Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner, Olivia Munn, Lucas Till, Evan Peters, Kody Smit-McPhee, Alexandra Shipp and Ben Hardy
In ancient Egypt, the first mutant, En Sabah Nur is betrayed by his people as his consciousness is being transferred to the body of a mutant with healing powers (Isaac). Millennia later, his cult dig up the pyramid and trigger his revival, leading CIA agent Moira McTaggart (Byrne) to accept the suddenly offered aid of mutant expert Charles Xavier (McAvoy).
Directed by Jon Favreau Starring Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray, Idris Elba, Scarlett Johanssen, Christopher Walken, Giancarlo Esposito, Lupita Nyong’o and Neel Sethi
A young boy (Sethi) is found by animals, named Mowgli and raised by the mother wolf Raksha (Nyong’o) in the jungles of India. When the water truce brings him into contact with Shere Khan (Elba), the tiger swears to kill him, and Mowgli agrees to leave the pack in the company of his mentor Bagheera (Kingsley) in order to protect them.
Directed by Zach Snyder Starring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg and Gal Gadot
Bruce Wayne (Affleck) loses his family, then years later loses an office block and some bloke named Jack in the battle between Superman (Cavill) and Zod. 18 months later, Superman is framed for killing a bunch of terrorists to rescue Lois Lane (Adams), and both Wayne – alias the Gotham Bat – and rival industrialist Lex Luthor (Eisenberg) begin gunning for the Man of Steel and fighting for control of a rare material with the ability to harm Kryptonians.
Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker Starring Jodi Benson, Christopher Daniel Barnes and Pat Carroll
Ariel (Benson), the youngest daughter of King Triton (Kenneth Mars) of the Merfolk, dreams of the wonders of the surface world. When she saves the life of an adventurous prince (Barnes) and falls in love with him, she makes an ill-advised deal with the sea-witch Ursula (Carroll). Ursula transforms Ariel into a human for three days. If she can get the prince to kiss her, she will be human forever; if not, she will belong to Ursula. The cost of the deal is her voice, which ironically is the thing the prince has fallen in love with. Continue reading The Little Mermaid (1989)→
Directed by David L Cunningham Starring Alexander Ludwig, Christopher Eccleston, Ian McShane and Frances Conroy
Will Stanton (Ludwig), the second youngest of a large family of bickering American emigres, discovers on his fourteenth birthday that he is the last of the Old Ones, a secret race of warriors in the service of the Light. With the Rider (Eccleston), embodiment of the Dark, growing in power, Will has just five days to find the six Signs of the Light which will restore its power and prevent the destruction of the world.
Directed by J Blakeson Starring Chloe Grace Moretz, Nick Robinson, Alex Roe, Maika Monroe and Liev Schreiber
In the aftermath of a devastating, yet impersonal alien assault, a handful of survivors struggle to stay alive, while an army of children is gathered in an Airforce base by Colonel Vosch (Schreiber) and trained to strike back against the invaders. Among the former group is Cassie (Moretz), and among the latter her brother Sam (Zackary Arthur) and her old high school crush Ben (Robinson), now known as ‘Zombie’.
“Discover the origin of the monster and his creation”
Directed by Paul McGuigan Starring James McAvoy, Daniel Radcliffe, Jessica Brown Findlay and Andrew Scott
In Victorian London, chance and an accidental fall bring a nameless hunchback (Radcliffe) and his surgical skills to the notice of eccentric, relentlessly driven medical student Victor Frankenstein (McAvoy), a man apparently incapable of speaking his own name, as every time he might do so the screen instead freezes and a title card flashes up.
Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman Starring Bruce Reitherman, Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, Louis Prima, George Sanders, Sterling Holloway and others
A young infant is adopted by a family of wolves and named Mowgli (Reitherman), but the pack kick him out when Shere Khan (Sanders) the tiger comes hunting. As his guardian Bagheera the Panther (Cabot!) tries to escort the reluctant Mowgli to the nearest man village, he encounters the insinuating python Kaa (Holloway), the cheerful bear Baloo (Harris) and the mocking monkeys of orangutan King Louis (Prima,) before his final showdown with Shere Khan.
Directed by Ridley Scott Starring Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Chiwetel Ejiofor and… well, a whole lot of folks
When a storm forces the Ares-3 crew, led by Commander Lewis (Chastain) to abort, an accident seemingly kills mission botanist Mark Watney (Damon). By pure luck, he survives, but is faced with the seemingly insurmountable challenge of continuing to do so until some sot of rescue can reach him.
“It destroyed his world. He won’t let it destroy ours.”
Directed by Howard McCain Starring Jim Caviezel, Sophia Myles, Jack Huston, John Hurt and Ron Perlman
A spaceship crashes in Iron Age Norway. The only surviving crew member, Kainan (Caviezel) goes on the hunt for the creature that killed his crewmates and caused the crash, an alien predator called the Moorwen. Captured by the local Vikings, Kainan is forced to integrate in order to gain their help and prevent them suffering the same fate as his own colony.