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The most anticipated movie sequels coming out in 2014

Who doesn't enjoy escaping for a couple of hours to enjoy a movie? Well, chances are if you're a movie-goer you'll have the opportunity to catch the latest installment of a movie you've already seen. Whether you prefer an action flick, romantic comedy, horror film or laugh-out-loud comedy, 2014 is filled to the brim with movie sequels.

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madkono Sunday at 11:48 AM

hollywood, is quickly becoming garbagewood!!! every once in a while, they make something good, and then rehash and repeat almost everything!!! i understand comic book hero's like capt America, but rehashing fictitious cartoons about real people, is just lazy minds!!! a night at the museum, was a great movie, but now they're just rearranging faces!!! and whats with the pick of eva green in the kingdom of heaven??? what we need, are more vampire and werewolf movies and dumb comedies about people who wouldn't last a day on there own!!!

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crc549 April 14 2014 at 12:01 PM

can't wait for this film heard it's good.

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madge.vincent April 10 2014 at 2:23 PM

I have no intentions of going to the last sequel. Yesterday I bought The Desolation of Smaug and was so disappointed. What a waste of money. All kinds of stuff was added that was not in the book. The majority that was added completely changed the original story. Now they want more money by building a completely different story concerning killing the dragon .... Mr. Jackson I don't know what's happened that you'd do these two pieces of crap .... you should have stayed faithful to the books as you pretty much did so with the other movies.

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seekr4 Thursday at 4:24 PM

You sound surprised. Since when Hollywood ever stayed faithful to anything, book, biography, etc? He didn't stay faithful to LOTR, so why would he in Hobbit.

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Oh Great One! April 09 2014 at 4:41 PM

300: Rise of an Empire was a lot better than I expected and we all enjoyed it. I would definitely go to see another in the series.

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Oh Great One! April 09 2014 at 4:42 PM

I would love to see Star Wars Old Republic as a trilogy! Yes! :)

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sexyliljo1 March 24 2014 at 5:18 PM

Most anticipated of 2014. "A Haunted House 2"? "The Raid"? "Step Up"? Step Up 2 was so hotly anticipated that it went straight to dvd. How in f's sake does that film make it anywhere near this kind of list????

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innasiegel March 24 2014 at 2:15 PM

Worst movie Ever! Waste of money and time!

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Bubba Nicholson March 17 2014 at 11:58 PM

I provided the story and speeches for 300, but sadly, not for the sequel. Similarly, I provided speeches and plot points for LOR123, but not these new ones. I also made up the story for Night at the Museum 1& 2, but not this one coming out, too bad. I have given them the stories for Avatar, Titanic, Forrest Gump, Schindler's List, Phantom Menace, Sixth Sense, A Beautiful Mind, Good Will Hunting, the Matrix, and dozens more. I suggested they film Star Wars from the 1963 novella, The Star War--and to change the old book's title to The Star Wasps (by 1977, the 1963 author was dead).

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beautiful gg March 17 2014 at 11:43 PM

Oh Wow, I can hardly wait. Yeah right!!!!!!

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GLEMARC March 17 2014 at 4:39 PM

There have been Transformers sequels? Why?

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