“Everything they’ve built will fall!” Olivia Munn’s Psylocke is fully revealed and the X-Men’s god-like villain wreaks havoc on a scale befitting a man who calls himself Apocalypse in the film’s Super Bowl spot.
“When you grow stronger the world grows more dangerous.” Our latest look at Laika’s Japanese adventure shows both its dark and lighthearted sequences. Stars George Takei, Charlize Theron, Matthew McConaughey, Ralph Fiennes, and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.
Melissa Rauch stars in this comedy about an obnoxious, washed up Olympic athlete who has to figure out how to move on in life after her return to “real life.” Also stars Gary Cole, Thomas Middleditch, Sebastian Stan, Cecily Strong, and Haley Lu Richardson.
The Unofficial Netflix Online Global Search (uNoGS) lets you look up the availability of shows and movies in Netflix’s different regions. You can limit its scope to certain regions and search by genre, IMDB rating and more.
(PG-13) Key and Peele move on from the small screen with the first of several movies they have in the pipeline. Two ordinary guys find themselves in a world of trouble as they infiltrate a gang to recover their stolen kitten. It’s like John Wick, but without the actual Keanu.
“We’re bad guys! It’s what we do.” The latest
Guardians of the Suicide Squad trailer introduces its villains, er, heroes, but the most important part is that it’s broadcasting one thing: fun. DC finally seems to be bursting through its grimdark phase.
(NSFW Language) People swear like truck drivers in today’s R-rated flicks. But there was a time when swearing in movies was considered so heinous that filmmakers could be slapped with huge fines. Movie Munchies walks us through the way we got from there to here.
George Clooney plays a TV financial show host who finds himself and his studio held hostage by an irate investor (Jack O’Connell) who lost his shirt on stock he bought on his advice. Also stars Julia Roberts, Dominic West and Giancarlo Esposito, and directed by Jodie Foster.
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