New Chick Flicks 2014

Ready for New Chick Flicks for 2014?

You don’t really need to be a chick to enjoy these new romantic movies 2014! Men and chicks alike will enjoy these new chick flicks this 2014 with new and fresh titles to choose from. You will surely love to watch these movies with your gal pals or with your partner; just tie and gag him beforehand!

Blended is a romantic movie starring the renewed team up of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. It is all about two people that have found love after being set-up. They are both married with kids making their romance more complicated than ever! This is Sandler’s third movie with Barrymore and since their past two movies were perfect, there is no doubt that Blended will be too on May 23.

Think Like a Man Two is all about the adventures of a group of friends as the head off to Las Vegas for a wedding. This was supposed to be a cool wedding but disaster happens and it seems that everyone is affected! Find out what happens to this Vegas wedding on June 20.

Surely 2014 is the year for chicks; there will surely be more romantic chick movies coming this 2014.

That Awkward Moment – Release Date January 31 2014

Three friends plunge themselves in a dating limbo, and a throng of cringe-worthy, hilarious, real-life, dating dilemmas ensue. Starring Zac Efron as Jason, That Awkward Moment is the directorial debut of Tom Gormican, with Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan paying Jason’s best friends. Casual flings turn into something more, and the idealism of love stories is put into the center stage by this R-rated rom-com that puts an insightful take on how ridiculous today’s dating norms are. English actress Imogen Poots and Jessica Lucas co-star and play the love interests for the three best friends. But the three have to break a bestfriend swear first.

 

Vampire Academy – Releasing February 7 2014

Two bestfriends, a royal vampire and her assigned protector, both of which are incredibly feisty and have their own issues escape from their boarding school two years ago, and now they are back at it again facing normal teenage dilemmas of love, insecurities and living a normal life, or as normal as a vampire life would be. Vampire academy is based on the New York bestselling book series entitled the same, and stars Australian actress Lucy Fry as Lissa Dragomir, a Moroi royal vampire that is a hot commodity for Strigoi, the group of flesh-eating, life-draining evil vampires. Zoey Deutch stars as Rose Hathaway, the guardian/best friend of Lissa who is sworn to protect her life.

 

About Last Night – Releasing February 14 2014

The reimagining of a romance classic, About Last Night tells a love story from its birth to its full bloom, or in the typical American setting; from the bar to the bedroom. The relationships of Bernie (Kevin Hart) and Joan (Regina Hall) and Steven (Adam Rodriguez) and Debbie (Joy Bryant) is put to the acid test when they decided to take the customary leap of faith and turn a casual meeting in a bar into something else. The real world of relationship comes at them both so strong they are overwhelmed, and when things get rough, will love find its way?

 

Endless Love – Releasing February 14 2014

A modern take on the seminal classic, damned love storyline of all time, Romeo and Juliet, Endless Love is the story of a privileged young woman who thinks she got it all until a charismatic young man enters the picture, and her life became so much more than what she originally thought. Their parents disapprove, and the startling love spark that blossomed between the two is only fueled by it, with youth hubris leading the way into a love of reckless abandon. Alex Pettyfer (I am Number Four) and Gabriella Wilde (Carrie) star as David and Jade, with Shana Feste (Country Strong) directing.

 

Belle – Releasing May 2 2014

Belle is the film adaptation of the life of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate daughter of a British Naval officer and an African woman named Maria Belle. She is carted off by her father and is raised into the English aristocratic ways by his Uncle, alongside her cousin, Elizabeth Murray. She will meet a young, enigmatic lawyer who she will loathe for his social take on women with color, but the encounter will become the precedent of a love story that will make Belle a historical figure, of which his Uncle will become a big part of it. Starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Belle, this coming-of-age tale is a story of love, race, glamour and the societal issues that surround it all.

 

Blended – Releasing May 23 2014

Awful blind dates plus a family resort is the backdrop of Blended, a story about two people who find themselves into a special connection following a terrible set-up date. Their respective kids seem to agree on their relationship, but there is more to it than just an instant connection. Blended is the third movie starring the Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler love team-up, following 50 First Dates and The Wedding Singer from couple eons ago. Clare Sera and Ivan Menchell forged a witty, heartfelt and hilarious material and produced the movie’s screenplay, with Frank Coraci (The Waterboy, Here Comes The Boom) directing.

 

Think Like a Man 2 – Releasing June 20 2014

The long-awaited sequel of the hit Think Like A Man, Think Like A Man Too (clever wordplay) continues the journey of the lovebirds in a Vegas wedding, where a series of adventures and misadventures will threaten the big day for one of their comrades. The planned romantic get-away becomes a bevy of hilarious, compromising, totally-human situation with a resolution that will make everyone a believer. Reprising their roles are Michael Elly as Dominic, Regina Hall as Candace, Jerry Ferrara as Jeremy and Taraji P. Henson as Lauren. Also starring Terrence Jenkins and Meagan Good, Think Like A Man Too is directed by Tim Story.