It’s an absolute battle royale for the last big weekend of 2017 as 8 movies are either expanding or opened new for Christmas.
The Flash gets trapped in a time loop without his powers due to the villainous Reverse Flash and must find a way to reconnect to the Speed Force and save the Justice League in the next LEGO DC Super Heroes movie.
Trying to finalize a deal to sell their pharmaceutical company and the weed pill it produces, a pair of executives cut off their side deal with a Mexican drug kingpin, which leaves their mild mannered associate as a target while he’s in Mexico at the production plant.
The last week before Christmas brings Christopher Nolan’s excellent Dunkirk, the controversial mother!, Lego Ninjago and more to DVD and Blu-Ray.
Sandra Bullock is Debbie Ocean, sister to con artist/thief Danny Ocean, who assembles a crew after getting out of jail to pull off the heist of a $150 million necklace at the luxurious, and heavily guarded, Met Gala in New York City.
Following up Denis Villeneuve’s grim and intense Sicario, Sicario 2: Soldado sees Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro returning and given the green light to do whatever it takes to escalate the war against the Mexican cartels.
Produced by Peter Jackson, Mortal Engines is an adaptation of Philip Reeve’s novel of the same name that is set in a post-apocalyptic future where cities have become giant traveling vehicles that battle each other for resources.
There was no question The Last Jedi was going to destroy the box office but the only question was how big it would actually be? The answer is the second largest opening of all time along with a bunch of second place finishes for other records.
Prolific Pacific Northwest DJ Bob Rivers specialized in parody songs during his decades long career and he specifically put out five albums of Christmas parody songs, one of which featured the Black Sabbath spoofing “I Am Santa Claus”.
The Last Jedi finally arrives in theaters alongside the John Cena starring animated movie Ferdinand, which is apparently solid counter-programming according to the critics.