Unexpected Amazing Blockbusters Of 2015

By Subhro Prakash Ghosh | 1 year ago
Unexpected Amazing Blockbusters Of 2015

A good selection of the movies makes one stick to the couch munching pop corns in the lazy weekends.  And there is no doubt that the trailer talks of the movie itself.  It suggests whether the movie will be a blockbuster or just a flat out. Sometimes surprisingly, a movie turns out to be a pleasant surprise for the audience for a variety of reasons.  So is the case for a movie year 2015 where a few movies unexpectedly happen to be the good hits.

Without much mayhem, this article will highlight the audiences’ expectations and how the best movies punch them with surprise.


“Minions” movie

The cute sidekicks from the movie “Despicable Me” was expected to be dumped unnecessarily in the movie “Minions” but the film turns out well plotted and giddily amusing with human voice  performances from Sandra Bullock and Jon Hamm.

“The Duff” movie

The marketing of “The Duff,” a teenage novel by Kody Keplinger fells flat as it was anticipated as air headed high school farce but surprisingly the movie by John Hughes leaves a mark for modern audiences with more inner meaning. The concept deals with modern concerns such as how smartphones play a vital role in bullying the current generation. The simple but unique concept simply helped the movie to make a box office hit.

“Focus” movie

Remember the “Men in Black” series hero Will Smith? His movies like “Hancock” and “After Earth” has something of a bust. So, it was hard to have any expectation from his latest movie “Focus” but the movie seems to be a comeback for Smith. It cannot be held as the best movie of Smith but promises to entertain you with lots of fun. The chemistry between Smith and Margot Robbie is superb.

“The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” movie

“The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” though not up to the mark in comparison to the original one, yet the beautiful Indian scenery porn is sexy.

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