Of those movies, I'm looking for Avengers 2, Star Wars, and Finding Dory. But in all honesty, Avengers is the only one I have high expectations for. I'm sure I'll see the others, and I'm sure 1 or 2 will wind up being really good, but I will have moderate expectations for all. The casting on Fantastic Four is iffy to me. I'll watch any movie with Kate Mara in a skin-tight outfit, and Michael B. Jordan is great, but I've never really been a FF fan.
Independence Day 2? Roland Emmerich hasn't made a good movie since the original Independence Day.
Batman v. Superman?
Terminator 5? I haven't seen a Terminator movie that wasn't entertaining, but the last 2 just seem like cash grabs, with no real direction for the franchise. A reboot isn't exactly solving that problem.
Jurassic World might be good, but it's sort of in the same boat as Terminator, what are they gonna do that is compelling rather than just rehashing the same tried and true stuff? (people in a jungle running from dinosaurs)
Another James Bond? OK, I'll watch but this franchise has grown very dull IMO the last few movies. Skyfall started off OK, but sort of petered out at the end. Quantum of Solace is one of the dullest action movies I've ever seen, I was bored to tears watching that one. Bond movies are usually competent, but I haven't left a Bond movie truly satisfied since GoldenEye like 10 years ago.
MI5? OK. MI4 was fun, but outside Tom Cruise climbing on the building, it's pretty forgettable.
Other movies I've seen are being released in 2015:Poltergeist
Fast & Furious 7
Mad Max: Fury Road
Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2http://www.movieinsider.com/movies/-/2015/
2015 might be the year when the bubble bursts, given all the big budget sequels.http://filmschoolrejects.com/news/steve ... ltdown.php
I know I'm cynical and jaded...