2016 Greatest year in Hollywood History: First of all, a little history of those bygone days. 1939, as we’re aware of the fact, has been considered as the greatest year in the history of Hollywood by rating from both movieholic and film historians. The year of Gone With The Wind and The Wizard of Oz always come first in mind if there’s anyone who share the same interest in common; not to mention, this Golden Age era of Hollywood was one of the year including 10 candidates for Best Motion Picture which is rare in some certain degree.
Speaking of which, we also shouldn’t not overlook the years of 1940, 1941, and the good old days of The Godfather sequence (began in 1967 and supposedly was at its highest pinnacle in 1974), as these old-school movies influence deeply to our social life and perhaps also shape our standard manners.
Now, back to the future, as almost 5 decades have past, man and woman in tight clothes and cape are to be of no joke anymore, and for those who was not be well-updated, superheroes are kind of big deal today. These movies (originally based on the comic with the same name and mostly from the two of the biggest comic studio DC & Marvel) have brought a huge amount of revenue at the Box Office.
This year is set to be a big party for them, superheroes festival, so to speak. Firstly a domination of Marvel in the theaters and follow the DC catching up on the way. Both seem to continuously bring their character up on the Big Screen, starring some of the biggest names in the Hollywood, and all of us could just be right on the edge of our seat waiting for these superheroes to be officially actualized. Some of them will be:
* Deadpool (February 12th starring Ryan Reynolds)
* Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (March 25th directed Zack Snyder)
* Captain America: Civil War (May 6th)
* X-Men: Apocalypse (May 27th)
* Suicide Squad (August 5th) and so on…
On top of that, we will also being bathed in the return of those badass Ghost Busters, the dorky Blue Tang – Finding Dory, two epic games on the screen Assassin’s Creed (starring Michael Fassbender) & WarCraft, and all of our long childhood fairy tales which is Kung Fu Panda 3, The Jungle Book and more worth waiting for.
It’s inevitable that cash may burn a hole in your pocket, but as one wise man always says: “to live is to watch movie and no regrets that would be taken for doing that”.
Well, this is my mission to you: Don’t miss any movies of the year, for it’s a New Hope for the Golden Age of film to come back; and it will.