Sausage Party
Sausage Party (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…A sausage (voice of Seth Rogen) lost in a supermarket must make his way back to his rightful place before getting trampled by costumers. Don't be fooled into thinking this animation is child's fare! Instead this saucy romp is full of crass and raunchy ingredients.
Mechanic: Resurrection
Mechanic: Resurrection (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) is blackmailed back into the assassination game in this sequel to the 2011 movie, The Mechanic.
Don’t Breathe
Don’t Breathe (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…The house of a wealthy blind man looks like an easy target for a group of thieving kids. But they quickly see they have underestimated the situation.
Hands of Stone
Hands of Stone (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…This dramatized biography of Roberto Duran (Edgar Ramírez) follows the boxer's rise to fame and the coach (Ray Arcel played by Robert De Niro) who helped him get there.
Anthropoid
Anthropoid (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…During WWII, SS General Reinhard Heydrich was The Reich's third in command. To stop his reign of terror in Czechoslovakia, Czech and Slovak soldiers determine to assassinate him. They call their top secret plan: Anthropoid. Based on real events, Cillian Murphy plays Josef Gabcík, and Jamie Dornan plays Jan Kubis.
Star Trek Beyond
Star Trek Beyond (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…When the Enterprise ventures into an uncharted part of the universe, Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto) and the rest of the crew get stranded in the great beyond.
Kubo and the Two Strings
Kubo and the Two Strings (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…The quiet life of Kubo (voice of Art Parkinson) is lost by the reawakening of an ancient spirit seeking revenge. With this force unleashed, the young boy runs for his life with only the help of a Monkey (voice of Charlize Theron), a Beetle (voice of Matthew McConaughey), and a…
Ben-Hur 2016
Ben-Hur 2016 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Move over Charlton Heston! Jack Huston is now starring in the title role of Ben-Hur, in this remake of the 1959 classic.The story follows a falsely accused Jewish nobleman (Huston) who questions his plans for vengeance after he meets Jesus Christ.
Cafe Society
Cafe Society (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…When Bobby (Jesse Eisenberg) leaves the Bronx to look for job opportunities in California, his mother arranges for him to connect with his Uncle Phil (Steve Carell) -- a mover and shaker in the 1930's Hollywood scene. This Woody Allen film also stars Kristen Stewart as the romantic interest.
War Dogs
War Dogs (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Based on a true story, the US pays big dollars to a couple of young men (Miles Teller and Jonah Hill) to broker an arms deal between the Pentagon and America's allies in Afghanistan.
Lights Out
Lights Out (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…The nightmares of childhood come back to haunt a young woman (Teresa Palmer) when she discovers the demons of her past are still venturing out when it's dark and scaring a younger generation (Gabriel Bateman).
Florence Foster Jenkins
Florence Foster Jenkins (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…When Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) set out to become a famous singer she had all the all the resources she needed in her beloved, wealthy and aristocratic husband (Hugh Grant). All she was missing was the talent.
Pete’s Dragon (2016)
Pete’s Dragon (2016) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…In this live-action remake of the 1977 Disney classic, Oakes Fegley plays Pete, a young orphan with an not-so-imaginary dragon for a friend.
The Infiltrator
The Infiltrator (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Based on a true story, an American undercover agent (Brian Cranston) risks everything in a high stakes sting operation attempting to bring down a powerful drug cartel.
Nine Lives
Nine Lives (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…When a businessman (Kevin Spacey) mysteriously finds himself trapped inside the body a ca and gets adopted by his own family, he has the unusual opportunity to see his life through feline eyes.
Suicide Squad
Suicide Squad (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…A secret government agency comes up with a plan for dealing with problematic super villains. Rather than keeping them locked up, the idea is to use their talents to take care of even worse troublemakers, and offer them shorter prison terms in exchange for their service. Thus the Suicide Squad…
The Little Prince
The Little Prince (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Based on the classic children's story, a somber young girl (voice of Mackenzie Foy) begins to explore the world of her imagination thanks to her neighbor "The Aviator" (voice of Jeff Bridges) and his friend -- The Little Prince (voice of Riley Osborne).
Nerve
Nerve (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…A high school student gets caught in a virtual game that has dangerous effects on her reality.
The BFG
The BFG (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Even though he is enormous and scary looking, the BFG –Big Friendly Giant (Mark Rylance) is a gentle soul who befriends a young orphan named Sophie (Ruby Barnhill). This movie is based on Roald Dahl’s children’s novel.
Bad Moms
Bad Moms (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…When the pressure of trying to be the perfect mother all of the time gets the better of them, three moms (Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Katherine Hahn) dump their responsibilities and go on a very un-mother-like binge.
Jason Bourne
Jason Bourne (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…After suffering from amnesia and searching for years to discover who he was, Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is now beginning to remember his past. But the rouge undercover agent is still having trouble reconciling what was and what is.
Ice Age: Collision Course
Ice Age: Collision Course (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2016)
…In an out-of-this-world adventure, Scrat (voice of Chris Wedge) accidentally sets Earth on a cosmic collision course, and the herd (voices of Ray Romano, Denis Leary and John Leguizamo) is left scrambling to save themselves and the planet from total destruction.
Ghostbusters (2016)
Ghostbusters (2016) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2016)
…Columbia Pictures is calling on the Ghostbusters again, in this remake of the 1984 movie. This time the supernatural super heroes are played by females! Look for Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, plus some cameos from some of the original film stars.
The Secret Life of Pets
The Secret Life of Pets (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2016)
…Do you know what your pet does while you're away? This animation about a group of cats, dogs, bunnies, etc. living in Manhattan depicts some of those mysterious and surprising goings-on.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2016)
…A couple of brothers (Zac Efron and Adam DeVine) are desperate for wedding dates, so they put an ad on the internet-- and it goes viral.
The Purge 3: Election Year
The Purge 3: Election Year (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 2016)
…Having survived the mayhem of past Purge Nights, Leo Barnes’ (Frank Grillo) now finds himself trying to protect a Presidential Election Candidate (Elizabeth Mitchell) from the malicious intent that is legally practiced on this annual event.
The Legend of Tarzan
The Legend of Tarzan (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 2016)
…This grown-up portrayal of Edgar Rice Burroughs' character takes place after Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgård) has left the tropics for the urban jungle of London. But a call for help soon has the legend returning to save his homeland.
Independence Day: Resurgence
Independence Day: Resurgence (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 2016)
…Despite their best efforts to prepare in the case of a second alien attack, mankind still finds themselves vulnerable when the inevitable strike happens. Now it is up to just a few (Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Jessie Usher) to try to save the many.
Finding Dory
Finding Dory (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 2016)
…In this sequel, Dory (voice of Ellen DeGeneres) is the one looking for her family -- loved ones she had forgotten about. So this time Nemo and Merlin (voices of Hayden Rolence and Albert Brooks) agree to help the memory-challenged tang fish find her way home.
Midnight Special
Midnight Special (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2016)
…When a father discovers his son has some unusual abilities, he is forced to run away in order to protect the child.