Nicholas Hoult, Felicity Jones, Anthony Hopkins, and Ben Kingsley star in this action/romance about a man who gets involved with a group of drug dealers as their driver, and finds himself at odds with his new employers. Its director has little under his belt, but it’s got an A+ cast.
Jason Momoa plays Declan Harp, a half-Irish, half-Native American, all-Badass hellbent on taking down the fur trade. We’re pretty sure Khal Drogo would have taken down the bear in The Revenant without flinching. Series premieres 1/20/17 on Netflix.
“I’m not that guy anymore.” “You’re always that guy.” First they killed his dog. Now they uh, just want to take over the world. John Wick comes out of retirement again because of a more stereotypical premise, but hopefully more smart action as well.
Charlize Theron and Kurt Russell join the Fast and Furious and financially fantastic franchise for its latest installment. Gang leader Dom Toretto appears to turn his back on his team, probably because the Winter Soldier killed his mom Martha.
It reads more like a video game plot than a feature film, but we’re still gonna watch this Netflix original film about a mysterious and nearly invisible force that’s been killing civilians in a wartorn city, and the special ops and scientific operation to stop them. Drops 12/9/16.
“Whoever comes… I’ll kill them all.” Angry Keanu is angry in the follow-up to 2014’s surprisingly awesome action flick, as the legendary hitman must come out of retirement to help a former associate take control of a mysterious guild of assassins.
“I seek righteousness, but I’ll take revenge.” It’s no Kurosawa, but it could end summer with a bang. Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio, Peter Sarsgaard and other talented actors keep getting their checks in this remake of a remake. Drops 9/23/16.
Bruce Willis plays a high-powered banker, and Christopher Meloni, Dave Bautista, and Adrian Grenier are FBI agents in this drama about a series of deadly bank robberies which turn out to actually be a cover for something much, much bigger.
(NSFW) In this promising ’70s comedy whodunit, Russell Crowe plays a hitman tackling a bizarre missing person case. He ends up working with a bumbling private detective played by an unusually animated Ryan Gosling.
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