Honestly everything but the things you've listed! Venom + Morbius are up there, along with the new Disney animated film, Free Guy, Godzilla V Kong, etc.
Spider-Man 3, or is that '22
Of your choices Dune is the only one I have any interest in. Otherwise, yeah, stuff like Godzilla vs Kong or Spider-Man 3...
This assumes theaters stay open and we get Covid in-hand... Otherwise, without the incentive of a 5-foot wide screen and the formality of "date night," these days the TV shows are better written and have more depth. Don't really give a damn about watching movies at home. For that, serialized storytelling is better.
It's like with MCU movies - I've described those for years as "watching the TV show where we only get to see mid-season and season finales while skipping the rest of the season... (We never will get the tale of how" Savage Hulk" became "Professor Hulk.")
@Triem23 Don't really give a **** about watching movies at home. For that, serialized storytelling is better.
Funny, I am the exact opposite when I am perusing Netflix. I see something I might watch, click and see it's series and on I go to something else. It is the rare original series that I will watch. Umbrella Academy and Locke & Key are a couple of exceptions but mostly just not into the serials there only movies.
Don't forget about Zack Snyder's Justice League, I think it is actually going to be pretty good
What can I say, I'm a sucker for a car film about family......
What can i say I'm a sucker for jets... so its gotta be top gun maverick
Fast & The Furious
Love them all!
For me it's a toss up between Dune and No Time to Die. Dune because I'm a long time fan of the novel, and No Time to Die because it's James Bond. :)