‘I See Movie’ of the Week Winner: ‘The Poltergeist’ vs. ‘Tomorrowland’

In the second match-up for the ‘I See Movie’ of the Week poll, we saw ‘The Poltergeist’ go up against ‘Tomorrowland’. The results are in! So which movie did you all choose as the go-to viewing for the week? Find out which one is the winner below, as well as my personal pick.

‘I See Movie’ Pick: ‘The Poltergeist’

‘Tomorrowland’ looks like it could be pretty good or completely boo-boo. So I’m really not dying to see it (I am going to see it though). ‘The Poltergeist’ looks like it could play-out the same way but I’m a fan of  seeing if scary movies can be done right. So I’m interested in seeing it this one will be closer to an ‘It Follows’ (Good) or closer to ‘The Lazarus Effect’ (Awful).

Readers Pick: ‘Tomorrowland’ (60% of the votes)

 

Well, it looks like the readers and I aren’t on the same page this week. ‘The Poltergeist’ just looks like it COULD be a good remake while ‘Tomorrowland’ looks like it COULD be a wack PG movie. But the readers spoke so I’ll add a ‘Tomorrowland’ review to the list of all the movies I said I’ll write reviews for. Don’t worry, they’re coming in the (near or not so near) future.

For next week, we get to see a movie with the great and lovely Emma Stone, in ‘Aloha’, go up against a movie you would think Roland Emmerich directed, in ‘San Andreas’.

 

Previous Winners:

Match-Up #1:

‘I See Movie’ Pick: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

Readers Pick: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

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