For a majority of us, the year 2020 is a long way off, even if it’s the year of the year for Hollywood. It’s only really just begun. But I’ve been watching it closely over the past couple of years, and while I’m not sure if I have a sense of what is in store for the next few years, I have come to feel that it is destined to be the year of the 3D movie.
At first glance, a few movies might not seem like they would fit into the realm of this genre, especially one-time or short movies on DVD. Sure, there are some other possibilities. But the longer a movie has been out, the more convincing I’ve become that 3D is the wave of the future.
If you’re thinking about getting a DVD or Blu-ray disc for your family, you might as well make a checklist and watch each title one by one. Just look at it as a starting point – don’t look at the list for more than a few days, at most. The closer you get to 2020, the better you’ll get to pick the right movie to buy.
First up on the list, the early 90s. People are most familiar with this era for its endless parade of cheesy comedies but remember how great “Back to the Future” was? Those were the days, and the 3D version is an excellent example of this era.
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As far as movies go, “The Terminator” is the most common example of this particular genre, but it also comes with its fair share of fan support. You’ll see dozens of DVDs sporting the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger turn as the cyborg. For a slightly cheaper alternative, “The Terminator 2” is a good choice.
Now, the video game fans might have a bit of an argument. While that movie did get a little awkward in places, it still came close to matching the level of fun of the original movie in terms of sheer entertainment value. Although it took a little more time to adapt to the system, the version was fun all the same.
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Sarah Hunter has been making films for quite some time now, and you might think of her as more of a horror director than a comedy writer. But, she’s the perfect candidate for the latest version of the horror classic “Friday the 13th”. A solid outing, it’s the perfect choice for those looking for something to watch in the late morning or late evening, while listening to the radio.
Ramon Brett is a perfect choice for the next entry in the “Psycho” series. In fact, the last two movies are pretty much based on his books, so there’s no reason to worry about whether he can do the job. It’s a fun story and worth seeing, especially since Brett knows he’s about to return to the title. You won’t be disappointed.
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Sunset Boulevard (which is one of the greatest movies ever made) might be the perfect choice for anyone who enjoys those silly character comedies. Set in a world where people have access to “cannibal medicine,” we see someone trying to lose a significant other through a series of terrible events.
Manhattan, which has two sequels, is another of the masterpieces of the genre. Definitely worth watching, this is an excellent example of how the once cold concept of “horror” can be turned to comedy and turned around into a stand-up show of brilliant wit.
These are just a few examples of what the next few years might bring. It’s going to be interesting to see how the last decade or so plays out for the science fiction movie audience. With movies coming out nearly every day, I wouldn’t be surprised if there are many movies that fans of the genre may be looking forward to.