Films I Need To Watch Otherwise I'll Die.

I need to see these. I do. Honestly.

The Lorax

"The Lorax is an amazing CG movie from the makers of Despicable Me based on a book by Dr. Seuss. Ted (Zac Efron) will do anything to get the attention of Audrey (Taylor Swift). When she introduces him to the concept of trees, he knows he has to get her one. But he wasn’t counting on having to deal with The Lorax, a grumpy creature who has taken it upon himself to protect the world. Cue a highly colourful adventure (in every sense of the word) that will give Ted an insight into the mysteries of the universe."

Ice Age 4; Continental Drift

"Ice Age: Continental Drift is the latest episode for our prehistoric friends. When they discover that their continent has been set adrift and they have been separated from friends and family, Manny (Ray Romano), Diego (Denis Leary) and Sid (John Leguizamo) set sail on an iceberg to see if they can survive personal extinction. Throw into the mix a sabre-toothed squirrel with a treasure map in an acorn and you have an adventure that will mean the exploration of a whole new world for our three intrepid survivors."

The Amazing Spiderman

"The Amazing Spider-Man is a state-of-the-art special effects super-hero movie with brains and heart. Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) comes across a new clue as to why his parents vanished when he was young, a clue that will throw light on his identity as Spider-Man. The evidence leads him to the lab of his father’s old colleague Dr. Connors (Rhys Ifans), but there’s more to Connors than meets the eye: he is, in fact, The Lizard. Battling him on one side and the police on the other, will Peter’s romance with Gwen (Emma Stone) ever get off the ground?"

Men In Black 3

"Men in Black III sees the welcome return of our agents in a time-travelling caper to stop those pesky aliens destroying the world. Agent J (Will Smith) is about to discover that the universe holds secrets that he has never been told about but he will only discover them by travelling back in time. The reason he has to do a backward jaunt is to save his colleague Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) from an alien intent on wiping out mankind. To help him, he has a young Agent K (Josh Brolin) and he’s going to need all the help he can get."

Five Year Engagement

"The Five-Year Engagement is a romantic comedy from the makers of such classics as Bridesmaids, Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin. After knowing Violet (Emily Blunt) for just a year, Tom (Jason Segel) proposes to her. Blissfully happy, they are not too worried when events start to stand in the way of their wedding but as the clock ticks on, it’s starting to look like their big day is fated never to happen. Whether it’s job opportunities or family members, everything seems to be standing in the way of their ultimate happiness. The Five-Year Engagement is a comedy with heart and brains.Buy Vue Cinema tickets online for The Five-Year Engagement and watch the film trailer below."


"Ted mixes live action and CG-animation to bring to life this laugh-out-loud-funny tale of man whose life is being ruined by his childhood teddy bear. And this is no ordinary teddy. While the young John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) is delighted when his favourite toy is magically brought to life, by adulthood, his furry friend has turned into a bit of a drag. Outspoken, lecherous and a bit of a liability, he’s basically an even blokier version of John himself. And when John’s girlfriend Lori wants him to get serious and ditch Ted, John’s got some very hard thinking to do.Buy Vue Cinema tickets online for Ted and watch the film trailer below."

The Dictator

"The Dictator is the hotly-anticipated, guffaw-out-loud comedy from the 21st-century’s king of parody. General Aladeen (Sacha Baron Cohen) loves his country. In fact, he loves it so much that he’ll do just about anything to ensure that nasty liberal Western views never reach its shores. And while many of the leaders who’ve inspired him have fallen in recent years, Aladeen shows no signs of releasing his grip. So when  the tyrant takes his appalling behaviour, his hatred of democracy and his Chief of Security and Procurer Of Women (Ben Kingsley) to America, The Land Of The Free, the laughs are guaranteed to follow.."

That's My Boy (sorry for the bad trailer)

"That’s My Boy is a belly-laughs comedy that will resonate with anyone who has ever been embarrassed by their dad. Donny (Adam Sandler) was a tearaway as a teenager and fathered a son, who he had to raise with the boy’s mother in jail. Becoming estranged as soon as the boy was old enough to leave, Donny drifts into a life of debt and hedonism. It’s only when he’s faced with jail over an unpaid tax bill that he discovers his son – just about to get married – has made a fortune. That’s My Boy tells the story of the disastrous reunion."


And I can't actually find a description for this. Sorry.

And it's only three more days now until I go to Wales, so I'm going to have shorter posts for the next few day. I can draft some scheduled posts for when I'm away, so you won't be left in suspense. Okay??



  1. I NEED to watch the Amazing spiderman too! Great choices.


  2. You MUST see Ice Age 4, it's so funny!! And, I REALLLLLLLY wanna see The Five Year Engagement :(( unfortunately it's a 15 so I think I'd only get in if I was with my mum. And I don't think it's her kind of film...

  3. Oh.My.Lordy. Everyone run and see the amazing spiderman like, now. Apart from the fact that it's a fabby film, Andrew Garfield is so haaawwwttt in it! Seriously, him being so good looking, makes the film what it is !! :D