Star Wars is closing in on Avatar’s all time domestic box office total while The Hateful Eight had a solid expansion and Daddy’s Home remained surprisingly strong.
Co-starring with Jet Li for 2003’s Cradle 2 the Grave, DMX contributed arguably his biggest and most recognizable hit for the soundtrack, X Gon Give it to Ya.
2016 literally kicks off with the wide release of the 8th film from Quentin Tarantino, The Hateful Eight.
Joining the long list of unnecessary remakes, the new Point Break lacks any of the charm or fun of the original as Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez) and his team of pseudo-environmental bros try to achieve the legendary “Ozaki 8” series of extreme stunts that results in them pulling heists, which brings them to the attention of FBI agent, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey)
The perfect choice to match the awesomely cheesy vibe of Kung Fury, David Hasselhoff provides the theme song, True Survivor.
The Force Awakens continued to shatter records as it crossed $1 billion worldwide and had the highest second weekend of all time.
A bunch of new movies hits theaters for Christmas, including the remake of Point Break, potential Oscar contenders like Concussion, Joy and The Big Short and the reteam of Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg with Daddy’s Home.
Gather the family and unwrap your Christmas present from Uncle Deadpool, two brand new trailers for February’s hilarious and fantastic looking big screen debut of the Merc with A Mouth.
A group of immigrants trying to cross into the US are hunted by a vicious vigilante (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in next year’s thriller Desierto, directed by Jonas Cuaron, son of Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron.
The classic horror anthology Nightmares is on Blu Ray this week along with the latest Jackie Chan movie Dragon Blade, gigantic flop Pan and much more.