No other movie dares to take on King Kong this weekend as Kong: Skull Island is the only (well-recieved) new wide release.
Apparently Hugh Jackman’s final turn as Wolverine is a masterpiece while teen drama Before I Fall got solid reviews and The Shack is another religious themed disaster.
Get Out is apparently a horror masterpiece for Jordan Peele’s directorial debut while Rock Dog and Collide were both not screened for critics and can presumed to be terrible.
Matt Damon battle monsters in China, Charlie Day fights Ice Cube and Dane DeHaan finds himself in a bizarre “wellness center” this weekend at the box office.
Lego Batman and John Wick Chapter 2 are apparently as awesome as all hoped while Fifty Shades Darker is as terrible as we expected.
February kicks off with a pair of stinkers, one of which wasn’t even screened for critics.
The first month of 2017 closes out with the final entry in the Resident Evil franchise, the PR crippled A Dog’s Purpose and Matthew McConaughey looking for treasure in Gold.
A few more movies expand wide this week along with an apparent return to form from M. Night Shymalan and the return of Xander Cage for the third XXX movie.
A trio of limited releases expand this weekend against a trio of new releases, with the latter three all tracking rotten according to the critics.
Two movies expand nationwide in this first weekend of 2017 while Kate Beckinsale returns for the fifth Underworld movie.