Liam Neeson is back for another action thriller, this time as Air Marshal Bill Marks trying to find a killer on a plane going from NYC to London in Non-Stop.
The original Robocop is one the pillars of Everything Action, so can the remake even hope to compare?
JCVD has had two movies recently hit Video on Demand, the old school action of Enemies Closer and his first foray into comedy with Welcome to the Jungle.
If you don’t want to experience 100 minutes of pure, nerdy joy, than you probably shouldn’t see The Lego Movie, as that is exactly what you get.
Aaron Eckhart stars as Frankenstein’s Monster in the dumb with a capital D, I, Frankenstein, where demons and gargoyles battle in a secret war over the fate of humanity.
Trading Disney magic for Starz grit and violence, Black Sails is debuting this Saturday and Chris has some thoughts on the first episode.
After more than ten years, Jack Ryan is back on the big screen with Chris Pine in the role, investigating a possible economic terrorist attack in Moscow in his first major mission for the CIA.
Refreshingly lacking in any sort of political message or moralizing like many recent war movies, Lone Survivor tells the incredible true story of Operation Red Wings and the men who fought and died during it.
The second entry in the Hobbit series is here and while it’s title character is incredible and there are tons of excellent sequences, the story is definitely straining to be filled out to trilogy length.
Smokey nightclubs, meetings in the dark, dangerous dames, and gritty gangsters that you shouldn’t turn your back to; this is the setting of the L.A during the 1940’s and of the new TNT series, Mob City.