I told you in a previous article about a movie list I make at the beginning of the year. This list includes new films that are eagerly awaiting release in cinemas, as well as older films that I haven’t managed to see but would like to, or films that I would like to see again. Here, I want to gradually show you what films are on my list to see in 2016. Below is a list of films coming out in cinemas this year, a short review and when or when they will be released to the public.
So, don’t miss out on putting yourself on a list of what you like from here and would like to see, and just wait for the big moment when you can do that. I wish you a pleasant viewing!
The Danish Girl / Eddie Redmayne’s Danish Girl Challenge
Danish is a long awaited film in 2016, it is a story about love and courage, the story of the first man in the world to become a woman after a sex change operation, it is the story of Einar who became Lili Elba. It all takes place at the beginning of 1910 when Ednar marries the painter Gerda Gottlieb. One day the painter asks her husband to put on dresses and pose as a woman, and from there Einar’s life takes a new turn. Einar discovers unfamiliar sensations, and gradually realizes that in his man’s body is actually a woman. This is where the transformation of the female character under the name Lili Elba begins. The film is expected to open in most cinemas this month.
Youth, with Madalina Ghenea
It is a long awaited film, especially in Romania, because the Romanian model and actress Mădălina Ghena has some memorable sequences in this film. Paolo Sorrentino’s new film takes place in a luxury hotel in the Swiss Alps, where two friends, one a film director and the other a composer, spend a spring holiday. It is the story of these two great artists in the third stage of life, i.e. old age, who look confusedly at the youth of their children and other hotel guests, through whom they rediscover the meaning of life and come to the conclusion that whatever your age, you have to live, not survive. The film is due in cinemas at the end of January.
How To Be Single
Dakota Jhonson, the actress from the film that revolutionised the cinematic world early last year with Fifty Shades of Grey, will be seen in a new film premiere with How To Be Sing, due in cinemas in February 2016. It’s a film that tells the story of four women who are professionally and financially accomplished, but are still missing something: true love, a fulfilling loving relationship. So, it’s a story about success and failure at the same time, a story in which the protagonists have to learn how to live alone in such a big and bad world, where love has so many definitions.
The film Love, directed by Gaspar Noé. The film focuses on the life of a young man, Murphy, a student at a film school, and Electra, his ex-girlfriend, with whom he dated before cheating on her with another girl, Omi, who became pregnant by Murphy. Omi’s pregnancy hinders Electra and Murphy’s relationship, until one day when Electra’s mother calls Murphy and asks about her daughter who hasn’t given her any information for some time. Thus begins a turbulent and mysterious love affair with Electra.
Joy, directed by David O. Russell
It is the story of one woman and her family through four generations: from adolescence to adulthood to building a business empire that has survived for decades. Betrayal, cheating, loss in love are just some of the ingredients of this intense and engaging story about becoming a reference point in both private and professional life. A film open to the general public from January.
Hail, Caesar, directed by Ethan Coen and Joel Coen
The cast of this film features only superstars such as: Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Jonah Hill and Frances McDormand. It’s a comedy that tells the story of a single day spent in a film production studio. So the film places us in a Hollyoodian studio, where we can discover all the problems and what a responsible person has to deal with in a day’s work. It will premiere in February.
The Nice Guys by Shane Black
Nice Guys is one of next season’s flagship titles in cinema. A grey-toned thriller from the fabulous seventies with great scenes starring the couple Ryan Gosling – Russell Crowe. Directed by Shane Black the film will be released on 27 May.