(SPOILERS) HISHE looks at the gaffes of this year’s Godzilla while reminding us that the king of monsters is no mere kaiju. That Superman comparison doesn’t work though. Can you expect Godzilla to care about collateral damage?
The trailer for Master Jiang and the Six Kingdoms, an upcoming Chinese animated feature film. Apparently, the movie’s impressive hand-drawn animation is being made by just two artists. Drops in 2016.
Bill Murray stars as the titular St. Vincent, a broke, misanthropic and hedonistic war veteran. His life takes a turn when he befriends his 12-year old neighbor. Also starring Naomi Watts, Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd.
Desperate to protect his citizens and his family, a king makes a deal with a devilish being. The trailer practically gives the whole movie away, but the visual effects and battle scenes have us intrigued.
A young man is incredibly grateful when his dead girlfriend somehow comes back to life. But he soon finds out that she’s less alive and more undead. It’s Warm Bodies in reverse with Life After Beth. Starring Aubrey Plaza.
Brad Pitt plays a battle-hardened sergeant in World War II, leading a five-man crew and their Sherman tank Fury on a suicide mission in Germany. Written & directed by David Ayer (Training Day, End of Watch).
A big city lawyer goes back to his hometown for his mother’s funeral. He finds out that his father, the town’s judge, is being blamed for her death. A feel good movie starring Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall and Billy Bob Thornton.
A small-time con man meets a beautiful couple, and soon discovers that the husband is just a polished version of him. When the couple turns to him for a favor, all bets are off. Starring Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.