Here we are again. Another year, another list of movies to get excited about.
After a brutal attack leaves him with brain damage, aspiring artist Mark Hogancamp (Steve Carell) builds a miniature World War 2 village to help with his recovery. Robert Zemeckis tells this incredible true story, once again using the latest technology, this time to give Hogancamp's model village a life of its own.
The story of Senator Gary Hart's (Hugh Jackman) 1987 presidential campaign. As the title would suggest, he was the favourite until his campaign was marred by scandal. But what really happened?
A remake of the French movie "The Intouchables", it follows Del Scott (Kevin Hart), an unemployed ex-con and Philip Lacasse (Bryan Cranston), the wealthy quadriplegic he's hired to help. It looks to be a touching comedy about life and enjoying what we have, but will The Upside survive the whole Kevin Hart/Oscars scandal?
LAPD detective Erin Bell (Nicole Kidman) revisits an old undercover case - one that went bad - when the gang-leader is released from prison. Maybe she can reconcile a few of the demons that destroyed her life, that's if the assignment doesn't kill her first.
Dick Cheney, former Vice President of the United States is getting his own biopic. One courtesy of Adam McKay, and one of Christian Bale's famous transformations (this time he gets fat). It's a look at the George W. Bush administration from the point of view of the guy behind the guy and the director who brought us "The Big Short".
The Mule - 25/01/19
Inspired by the story of Leo Sharp, the world's oldest drug mule. Clint Eastwood stars (and directs) as a 90-year-old horticulturalist who - facing financial ruin - takes a job running drugs for a Mexican cartel. However, when his activities begin to draw the attention of law enforcement, he begins to question certain life choices. The Mule also stars Bradley Cooper, Laurence Fishburne, Michael Peña, Dianne Wiest, Andy Garcia, Alison
Eastwood and Clifton Collins Jr.
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World - 01/02/19
Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and Toothless face a new challenge, one that threatens their home and Hiccup's reign as Chief. In order to face that threat, the pair will have to travel to a place only though to exist in myth. Toothless might even make a new friend along the way.
Boy Erased - 08/02/19
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part - 08/02/19
A Private War - 15/02/19
Cold Pursuit - 22/02/19
Serenity (not the Joss Whedon movie) - 01/03/19
Baker Dill's (Matthew McConaughey) tranquil life as a fishing boat captain is shattered when his ex-wife Karen (Anne Hathaway) shows up. Dill quickly finds himself caught in the middle of a conspiracy when Karen asks him to kill her violent, new husband (Jason Clarke). But can Karen be trusted, and will Dill be able to escape the life he already escaped once before?
Captain Marvel - 08/03/19
Triple Frontier - 13/03/19
Where'd You Go, Bernadette - 22/03/19*
The Informer - 22/03/19
The Highwaymen - 29/03/19
Shazam! - 05/04/19
Hellboy - 12/04/19
Captive State - 12/04/19
Avengers: Endgame - 26/04/19
Long Shot - 07/06/19
A comedy in which a down-and-out, unemployed journalist decides to make a move on his childhood crush. The only problem is, she's now one of the most powerful women in the world. Everyone needs a challenge.
John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum - 17/05/19
Ad Astra - 24/05/19
Rocketman - 24/05/19
Godzilla: King of the Monsters - 31/05/19
Dark Phoenix - 07/06/19
MIB International - 14/06/19
Toy Story 4 - 21/06/19
Ford v. Ferrari - 28/06/19
Spider-Man: Far From Home - 05/07/19
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood - 26/07/19
Boss Level - 16/08/19
We've had Groundhog Day, we've had Happy Death Day, we've even had that funny episode of Stargate SG-1. Now we're getting Mel Gibson as a retired special forces soldier re-living the day of his death over and over. I give you, Joe Carnahan's Groundhog Day.
17 Bridges - 23/08/19
Spies in Disguise - 13/09/19
The Kitchen - 20/09/19
Joker - 04/10/19
Zombieland: Double Tap - 11/10/19
Terminator: Dark Fate - 01/11/19
Jumanji 3 - 13/12/19
Star Wars: Episode IX - 20/12/19
Well there it is, that's the list. What are your thoughts? Anything you would tweak or change? Let us know by leaving comment below or find us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also email us at moustachemovienews@gmail
* = UK release date currently not available