Screen Junkies immolates one of the most disappointing movies of the year. Watch as they hilariously comment on its incredibly apt title, expose the script written for people with short term memory loss, and come up with the best name for Jared Leto’s joke of a performance.
(PG-13) From Horrible Bosses, King of Kong and The Goldbergs director Seth Gordon comes a Seth Rogen-style comedy masquerading as a Baywatch reboot. Considering no one asked for it, this is probably the best outcome. Starring Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario.
Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe star in this popcorn flick about a pissed off undead Egpytian princess. Tom does things from great heights, gets hurt, runs, is low key good at comedy, stares intensely, starts with a whisper, ends with a scream, saves the day, smiles.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Super) wrote and produced this thriller which has a pretty insane premise – employees are locked down in their office and instructed that they must kill three co-workers, or the company will kill six others.
“Don’t regret the things you do. Just things you don’t.” A young man blames his mom’s hospitalization on his stepdad. He meets a thug that makes his revenge fantasy come true. Or did it? This neo-noir thriller shows two paths that its main character could take.
“Kong’s a pretty good king. Keeps to himself mostly.” Our latest look at Kong: Skull Island is a stark contrast from the first trailer. Apparently, it’s more lighthearted than you’d think. Also the titular island doesn’t have one, not two, but a metric crapton of giant creatures.
Natalie Portman stars as the late Jackie Kennedy Onassis in this critically-acclaimed biographical drama about the former US First Lady’s life before and after the assassination of her first husband, President Jack F. Kennedy. Premieres 12/2/16.
“Think of the one thing you’ve always wanted. Now find it in your mind’s eye, and feel it in your heart.” Emma Watson stars as Belle and Dan Stevens stars as The Beast in Disney’s live action adaptation of a tale as old as time. Well, as old as 1740. Premieres 3/17/17.
The latest trailer for the solo adventure of Will Arnett’s blocky Batman emphasizes Bruce Wayne’s emotional conflict: he’s lonely, but he’s also afraid of losing his loved ones again. What he doesn’t realize is that he already has family. Even the Joker wants his attention.
(PG-13) Mark, Spud, Sick Boy, Begbie, and director Danny Boyle reunite 20 years after the chaos of Trainspotting, and this time out, we learn that more things change, the more they stay the same.
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