Jumanji continued it’s domination even after over a month in theaters, taking the top spot at the box office for the third weekend in a row while both of the weekend’s new action releases performed better than expectations.
Recreating Rebel Without a Cause with Keanu Reeves in the James Dean role, “Rush Rush” was another huge hit for Paula Abdul in 1991, staying at #1 for five weeks.
Chris Hemsworth and Gerard Butler have dueling action movies out this weekend while Forever My Girl tries to counter-program with Nicholas Sparksesque romance but they are all rotten according to critics.
The Suicide Squad stars in their second DC Animated movie as Amanda Waller sends Task Force X on an off the grid mission to recover an artifact of unimaginable power before Vandal Savage does and uses it to conquer the world.
Based on the excellent reboot game from 2013, Tomb Raider finds Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft, who is looking into what happened to her father and also trying to stop the evil organization Trinity from finding an ancient power on a mysterious island that will allow them to take over the world.
Grab the excellent third season of Better Call Saul, the under-watched Blade Runner 2049, Happy Death Day, Beyond Skyline and much more this week on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle held onto the top spot for the first major weekend of 2018 while The Post did well in it’s wide expansion and The Commuter did the best of the new releases.
Father and son duo Stephen Lang and Jason Momoa head up to their family’s cabin in the mountains to shut it down for the winter only to find it being used by drug running thieves who are ready to take their latest score back by any means necessary.
To go along with a new album last year featuring new versions of many of his iconic movie themes, John Carpenter released a music video for the revamp of the main theme from his 1983 cult classic Christine.
Based on the book of the same name by Dan Simmons, AMC’s latest series explores the fate of the men that were part of the ill fated Arctic expedition aboard the HMS Terror and the HMS Erebus in the 1840s.