As the 2017 Summer Movie season begins, many have taken to Twitter to vent about what movies they’ve seen, the movies they want to see next, and the movies that they want more of.
But as the year draws to a close, a few more stars have taken the time to discuss the films that they’ve been excited to see, or what they’d like to see more of in the future.1.
Dream Theater: “Frightened at Death”We can all relate to that feeling of dread when you’re walking down the street and there’s a loud noise, a car driving at high speed, or someone you know you should be avoiding.
But we can’t escape that feeling alone.
Dream Theater have been a big part of my life for the last few years.
The band is one of my favorite bands in the world, and I’ve been lucky enough to watch their music live over and over again, in theaters, in concert halls, and at home.
This film is a fitting homage to their incredible work.
I was able to attend a screening of this film a couple of weeks ago and I was blown away by the passion and creativity they brought to the screen.
I’m thrilled that Dream Theater has reached this milestone, and are excited to hear their plans for the future, including the possibility of another film, but I can’t wait to see the film once again in the theater!2.
Star Wars (1977): “Darth Vader” and the Force “I remember the moment I saw ‘Star War: Episode I: The Phantom Menace.’
I was sitting at home watching a friend play the game of “Star Wars,” and the movie hit me like a ton of bricks.
My mind immediately raced and I knew I wanted to be a part of it, and this film is my first exposure to it.
When I heard that the director was making a follow-up to ‘Star Force,’ I knew it would be a fitting way to celebrate that legacy.
It’s an emotional film, with the characters who you care about coming face-to-face with the forces of darkness.
It will be a thrill to see them again!3.
Troy: “Saving Mr. Banks” (2017): I’ve never seen a movie in a theater that was so intense and so well-executed.
I could tell you the plot line, but you’d have to sit through two or three hours of it.
It had a whole different level of intensity, with each scene and each character having their own distinct look and feel, and it felt like an extension of the show that I loved growing up.
I’ve seen all the films from the original trilogy and ‘Troy,’ but this is a must-see for fans of all of the films.4.
Cameron Crowe: “Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2015): It took a while to get here, but finally, I was excited to finally see this movie.
The film was a real eye-opener for me, as it’s a dark and gritty film that deals with a lot of issues I personally deal with as a gay man.
It wasn’t easy watching it in theaters last summer, but it’s still an incredible movie, with a strong cast, and a strong director.
It feels like it’s more relevant now than it ever has.5.
The Lion King: “The Lion in Winter” (2008): I love Disney and I love the Lion King.
But the film that got me the most excited was “The Book of Life.”
This film, which I saw in theaters with my parents, is my favorite Disney film of all time.
It follows the story of a young boy named Jafar who is brought to live with his mother, but he is taken away by King Triton and his soldiers.
I love how Tritons cruelty is depicted, and how he is constantly changing the rules that are set in place for the kingdom, but the way the movie plays with those rules, and with the relationship between the boys and their father, was something that made me cry when I first saw it.6.
Grizzly: “Little Nemo” (2018): I have never seen any of these movies before, but this one is definitely my favorite of them all.
It is one that I haven’t seen before because it’s the first one I saw that had all the colors and music of the classic Pixar animation series.
But when I finally got to see it at the theater, I couldn’t help but feel like I was watching a Disney animated film.
It really hit home for me because I grew up loving the Disney series.
I think it’s because I love this animated series that I watched so much Disney.
The colors are great, the music is great, and all of it really captured my