We delve deeper into the secret operations of Kingsmen, as Eggsy and company must team up with their new gun-totin’ US allies, Statesman to defeat another enemy hellbent on world destruction. Hopefully this bad guy won’t have Samuel L. Jackson’s ridiculith lithp.
(PG-13) Writer-director Jeff Baena (Life After Beth) let Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Micucci and the rest of the cast flex their improv skills in this anachronistic comedy about repressed nuns in 15th century Italy. Also starring John C. Reilly, Nick Offerman and Fred Armisen.
After a handful of not so deep roles, Bryan Cranston seriously flexes his acting muscle as a successful lawyer thought to have gone missing, but who is fed up with his life and holes up in the attic of an unoccupied house across the street from his family.
(PG-13: Language) Ryan Reynolds plays a high-profile bodyguard who is forced to protect one of his mortal enemies – an assassin played by Samuel L. Jackson. But they’re basically themselves in this horribly green-screened action comedy. “And aaaah I…”
Our first glimpse at Episode VIII picks up right where The Force Awakens left off, with Rey on a mysterious island, and hints at her learning to use her powers much like Luke learned from Yoda. But perhaps her role isn’t to be a Jedi, but to restore order to The Force.
Director Kathryn Bigelow of The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty, and yes, original Point Break fame presents a gritty drama that takes us inside the civil rights uprisings that engulfed Detroit, Michigan back in 1967.
Henry is an incredibly precocious 11-year-old who loves to look after his younger brother and their mother. He ends up asking her to use a sniper rifle against their neighbor, the town’s police chief. Wait what? The Book of Henry is certainly an intriguing film. Drops 6/16/17.
Woody Harrelson leads an army of humans hellbent on wiping out the apes, and Caesar must stand up and lead apekind into an epic battle for survival in Matt Reeves’ follow up to his excellent Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Opens 7/14/17. APES! TOGETHER! STRONG!
“Rad? Gilfoyle “rad”? You are wearing the same exact pajamas as Dinesh and you’re saying “rad” now?” After obsessing over retaining control of Pied Piper, Richard suddenly wants to leave and “build a new Internet…” with Haley Joel Osment. Premieres 4/23/17.
“So I shot him, and then I shot this other one. Shot a couple of extra guys just to be safe. I did a lot of shooting to be totally honest.” Nathan Filion’s character Cayde-6 tells a story as the Last City crumbles in this antithetical tease for the sequel to the hit MMOFPS.
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