By Daphne Rasehei – EMTV Online
2016 is filled with a variety of films that will appeal to multiple tastes and multiple generations.
Whether you’re looking for an outrageous comedy like The Boss or a passionate romantic comedy like The Choice, there will be a film for you this New Year.
Check out these five films that have everyone excited:
1. How To Be Single
In theatres February 12, 2016
How To Be Single is one of the most interesting chick flicks on the docket this year. The ensemble romantic comedy, starring Dakota Johnson and Rebel Wilson, centres on a group of individuals who need to learn the art of being single in a world where love has become very complex. The cast also features Leslie Mann, Alison Brie, and Damon Wayans Jr.
2. Hello, My Name is Doris
In theatres March 11, 2016
Starring Oscar Award-winner Sally Field, this offbeat dramedy follows a quirky single woman in her sixties who is inspired by a self-help seminar to come out of her shell and pursue a romance with a much younger male co-worker. This film co-stars Max Greenfield and Beth Behrs.
3. The Boss
In theatres April 8, 2016
Melissa McCarthy takes on the role of a Martha Stewart-esque protagonist in the comedy feature The Boss. When despised business titan Michelle Darnell emerges from prison after serving time for insider trading, she faces the challenge of rebranding herself as America’s sweetheart. McCarthy co-wrote the screenplay with husband Ben Falcone, who directed the film. The movie co-stars Kristen Bell, Kathy Bates, and Peter Dinklage.
4. The Choice
In theatres February 5, 2016
This passionate Southern drama starring Teresa Palmer is based on the bestselling Nicholas Sparks novel by the same name. The Choice centres on a love triangle involving a woman who is forced to choose between two men and also stars Benjamin Walker, Tom Welling, and Maggie Grace.
5. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
In theatres March 25, 2016
Nearly 15 years after the smash hit romantic comedy My Big Fat Greek Wedding premiered, the highly anticipated sequel is finally almost here. In this new instalment Toula (Nia Vardalos) and Ian (John Corbett), who have been busy raising their teenage daughter, are unexpectedly faced with another wedding, this time for Toula’s parents. Joining the original cast is John Stamos and franchise producer Rita Wilson.