Fifty Shades of Grey -- The adaptation of the bestselling erotic novel opens on Valentine's Day.
Furious 7 -- The final Fast and the Furious sequel starring Paul Walker looks as action-packed as expected. It's good to see Vin Diesel and the gang back again for some more high-adrenaline adventure.
Insurgent -- I haven't read the Divergent books or seen the first motion picture adaptation, but this sequel looks like a WTF special effects thrill ride (or that could just be the trailer edit).
Inside Out -- This animated feature looks intriguing. Has Pixar ever let us down?
Jurassic World -- It looks the closest to capturing the look and feel of the original Jurassic Park than the other sequels, but we shall see if it captures the heart and awe.
Kingsman: The Secret Service -- It's good to see Samuel L. Jackson in this, however briefly.
Minions -- Those adorable yellow creatures from the Despicable Me movies star in their own prequel film. Let's hope to much exposure doesn't make them annoying.
Pitch Perfect 2 -- If you liked the first film, here's more of the same.
The Seventh Son -- It looks like a generic fantasy film, but that doesn't mean it won't be entertaining.
The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water -- Can the kids' cartoon favorite make the CGI transition to the big screen?
Ted 2 -- The profane talking teddy bear returns for more alleged comedic shenanigans.
Terminator: Genisys -- I like it.
Tomorrowland -- I'm still not sure what it's about, but it looks promising.
Unfinished Business -- I don't even remember seeing this, but Vince Vaughn can be funny so I'll give it a chance.
My favorites were A.D. and Heroes Reborn.
Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.
Saturday Night Live
The Tonight Show
P.S. The football game itself was pretty exciting this year too.