January seems to be living up to it’s reputation as a dump month this weekend as, combined, the three new movies are barely 30% fresh.
Taken 3 closes out the Liam Neeson action series while two potential Oscar contenders arrive in wide release this weekend.
2015 kicks off like the last few years have, with a seemingly terrible horror movie.
There’s at least four new movies out on Christmas Day with two bio pics, a big budget musical and a remake of a James Caan classic.
The latest historical epic from Ridley Scott takes on a personal comedy from Chris Rock this weekend at the box office.
December gets off to a slow start this weekend as the only wide release is the apparently terrible found footage horror movie, The Pyramid.
A double dose of Benedict Cumberbatch this weekend as he’s a voice in Penguins and starring as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game while the guys from Horrible Bosses are back in the sequel.
The first half of the final Hunger Games movie arrives this weekend with mostly positive reviews from the critics.
Harry and Lloyd return this weekend in Dumb and Dumber To but their competition, Beyond the Lights, is getting surprisingly strong reviews.
Saw returns for it’s 10th anniversary while Nicole Kidman suffers from amnesia and Jake Gyllenhaal prowls the LA night on this Halloween weekend.