Most Anticipated Films of 2014: Poll Results

If you recall, a little while back I asked you to vote for the 3 films that you were most looking forward to in 2014. So, for the next couple of weeks, the poll has been collecting data and the response, much like the inception poll of ‘Vote!,’ has been tremendous. Now, I appear before you with the results! However, before I get to them, I’d like to inform you all that the latest poll will be up and ready for your votes early next week, so look forward to that.

Also, I am now accepting submissions for ‘Mystery Article of the Week!’ It can be anything you’ve written, new and old, about whatever you see fit. Of course, we cinephiles would prefer the article to be about film, but it’s not a requirement. Additionally, I need some new “Guest List” submissions, so please don’t hesitate! Compile those lists and send them to me. You can send all articles and top 10 lists to thecinemamonster@gmail.com…

As you can probably guess, much like the last poll, the percentages are a tad low. That being said, when considering the sheer number of films that received a vote, the minuscule number beside each film below isn’t all that concerning. So, without further delay, let’s get to the results!

 

INTERSTELLAR (CHRISTOPHER NOLAN): 15%

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GODZILLA (GARETH EDWARDS): 9%

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X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (BRYAN SINGER): 8%

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CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER (ANTHONY RUSSO & JOE RUSSO): 8%

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HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 (DEAN DeBOIS): 5%

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THE HOBBIT: THERE AND BACK AGAIN (PETER JACKSON): 4%

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THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (WES ANDERSON) 4%

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TRANSCENDENCE (WALLY PFISTER): 3%

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NYMPHOMANIAC: VOLUME I & II (LARS VON TRIER) 3%

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GONE GIRL (DAVID FINCHER): 3%

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Posted on February 13, 2014, in Vote! and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 44 Comments.

  1. I have a guest list idea, and I’ve been working it out a bit!! I’m very excited about it, and I will email you soon! πŸ™‚

  2. Interstellar QUIETLY in number 1. 15% is not a long to cry home about… Big year for movies indeed!

  3. I like the mystery article idea!! just send you something we’ve written??

  4. Cool cool cool. Really looking forward to most of these.

  5. Nice that Interstellar topped the list! Some I have no interest in, while others I am going bonkers for already. Such as Interstellar, due to both Nolan, and my favorite actor (McConaughey) being in it! The superhero movies look decent, but they can go either way.
    But the one that the poster is the background of my phone, and that I am really interested in is Godzilla! Edwards is a director that I am unfamiliar with, so I hope that he can pull off a surprise with this reboot!

    • Interstellar is all that exists in 2014 for me, lol. Nolan is my favourite, just an overall beast, McConaughey is a nice bonus along with Chastain ;). Superhero flicks don’t really do it for me, unless it’s DC lol.

      Also really looking forward to Godzilla! Edwards is a visionary director, definitely watch his previous work, well worth it and a nice lead into the monster madness :).

      • He sure is! I did not even realize Chastain was in it, although I liked her best with the tattoo and dark haired look from Mama. Luckily, it is mostly Marvel films coming out this year.

        Yup, Monsters is currently playing on my Netflix. Got inspired to give a watch after reading your post, and typing his name on Google.

  6. I keep trying to think of an interesting Guest List. But so far I haven’t come up with one.

    When or if I do, I will send it on. πŸ™‚

    And it looks like we are looking forward to proper movies, collectively speaking (our interest in the third Hobbit notwithstanding). πŸ˜‰

  7. great post. I hope that Interstellar doesn’t suck because of all the hype it’s getting. The last a movie was touted so much was The Phantom Menace and we all know what happened there πŸ™‚

  8. As a big Matthew fan I can’t wait for Interstellar too. I hope it will be better than Inception, a movie which disappointed me. It was good but I find it to be massively overrated.

  9. Hey Joseph, I think I’d be interested in showing up on your Guest List sometime. Does it necessarily have to be Top 10 Quality thigns or can it be like, Top 10 ‘worst things’ sorts of lists? I’ll be in touch soon man.

  10. Can’t say as I’m too surprised by the top three. Would have been great to see Transcendence a bit higher up!

  11. Interstellar is so hush hush, can’t wait to have my mind blown like Memento did to me

  12. Rah! Excited about almost all of these. For the guest lists, would it matter if I posted it on my own blog as well or do you need completely unique content?

    • If it’s a top 10 that you’re proud of and meets the very tiny requirements on my end, then everything is good to go! Conversely, I guess all of our blogger friends are the same, so if they’ve read it over on your site already, there’s no point in them reading it again on mine. I guests up to you really, I don’t mind the double posting :).

  13. I expected Interstellar to be top. It’s my most anticipated. And to be honest I’d prefer a sequel to Pacific Rim instead of Godzilla

  14. I’m looking forward to the Grand Budapest Hotel. I’m liking the new blog layout.

  15. I love your banner. That poster for Under the Skin is incredible, so beautiful.
    I’m personally excited for whatever Terrence Malick brings out, Under the Skin and Godzilla.

  16. WHOOP! So many good movies to look forward to!

  17. Great list! My favourite being on the top. It’s so weird to see so many guys rooting for McConaughey, it’s only couple of years ago when he was just this rom-com regular…

    • Thank you :). Interstellar has epic written all over it! I have a feeling it’s soon to be one of my favourites ;). Doesn’t McConaughey deserve it, though? He’s been so adventurous, you know, leaving it all on the line and it’s finally paying off!

  18. Looking at this list now is interesting for sure. Interstellar is how I would have voted. I liked Gone Girl the book but not sure about Rosamund Pike as the lead. Can’t wait for The Fault in our Stars.

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