Top 10 Summer Blockbusters 2014 for Latino Audiences

Latinos are the most frequent moviegoers in the U.S., which means we have the poder to influence the box office. Given that we are quickly headed towards summer, it’s important to start thinking about all those Hollywood blockbusters our family members will be looking forward to seeing. Since tickets these days aren’t cheap, here’s a look at some of the top summer blockbusters 2014 that should be worth the price of admission—and a bag of popcorn.

  • Ski Sker

    Comic book movie
    comic book movie
    child’s movie
    child’s movie
    urban movie
    comic book movie
    comic book movie
    child’s movie
    comic book movie
    comic book movie

    …. Uh, are you serious? This sounds like total sh*t and garbage.

    • Angela

      Haha, I have to agree that it’s pretty funny comics and kids movies were chosen but that’s not their list or fault it’s the trend, that’s the entertainment industry as a whole. Pretty much unable to recreate the wheel. I personally am excited for Maleficent and Transformers. Ps – Think Like a Man Too and The Expendables 3 are not comics or children’s movies. I think they tried to find big summer films with some Latinos in them.

      • NWSO

        Wait, so kids (and adults) don’t like comic books? Personally, I’m all for reliving my childhood with wife or with my (unborn) kids. Hey, it’s a movie. I’m looking for an escape from reality for 2 hours not a thesis on world politics in my entertainment. LOL

        Besides, summer blockbusters are about action, comedy and empty calories.

  • buck

    garbage

No thanks