There are so many movies that have come out recently that I want to see but haven't. This isn't a new problem by any means. There are tons of movies that are out on DVD now, and I have yet to see even though I really want to. For some reason I don't tend to watch that many movies even though there are always a lot that I want to see. I hardly ever go to the movie theater. (I think the last time I went to the movie theater was in March when I went to see The Hunger Games honestly. Unless you count the drive-in, which I guess you can.)
Here are the movies that are out now that I really want to see:
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. This movie wouldn't normally interest me at all, but I want to see it for one reason: part of it takes place in the county I'm from. Just from the the trailer you know that Lincoln's mom is killed by vampires in the movie instead of milk sickness (which was her actual cause of death). Well, Lincoln's mom actually died here. I've been to her grave (and the place they lived) a couple of times. I seriously only want to see the movie because I find it interesting that it's extremely loosely based around something that is supposed to have happened right where I live. That may be a somewhat stupid reason to go see the movie, but I want to anyway. (Although maybe seeing a movie that talks about vampires being where I live isn't such a good idea...)
Brave. I've heard a lot of mixed reviews for this movie. For the most part people seem to like it, but they say it's not as great as they would expect a Pixar movie to be. Either way I really want to see it. I mean, it's Pixar. Who wouldn't want to see it? (Although, Up is still on my list of movies I want to see but haven't yet. I usually feel like the only person in the world who hasn't watched it yet.)
Snow White and the Huntsman. I haven't seen Mirror, Mirror yet either, but I really want to see both movies. Snow White was never one of my favorite Disney movies, but I'd really like to see what both of these adaptations are like. There extremely different from each other, which makes it even more interesting.
The Amazing Spiderman. I'm not a comic book person. In fact, the Spiderman movies are just about the only superhero movies I've ever watched. I've only seen bits and pieces of others except for X-Men: First Class (which I only watched all the way through because my friend Ji wanted to). I really want to see the Spiderman reboot though, since I actually enjoyed the Spiderman movies before it.
There are other movies in theaters right now that I'm kind of interested in seeing (especially Ted), but those are the ones that I want to see the most at the moment. Knowing me I'll probably get around to watching them years from now...