One of our most anticipated movies of the year is finally here and the King of the Monsters has truly returned.
DC’s latest animated movie finds Batman meeting his son Damian after his grandfather, Ra’s Al Ghul, is killed by Deathstroke.
Summer 2014 kicks off with the flashy but incredibly messy sequel to 2012 Amazing Spider-Man that suffers from way too many plots and changes it’s villains in ways that will probably piss off comic fans.
The final full movie featuring Paul Walker is also a fun action showcase for David Belle and his insane parkour skills, if you can suspend your disbelief for the crazy, dumb plot.
Johnny Depp essentially becomes Skynet in the new techno-thriller Transcendence but it’s less Terminator and more The Net.
The impossible has happened; We must give an Arnold movie a bad review, as Sabotage is a rotten mess full of possibly the most terrible assholes ever put on screen, or at least since Pain & Gain.
After a triumphant return in 2011’s The Muppets, the gang is back for a European tour but Kermit is replaced by evil criminal mastermind, Constantine, who’s using the tour as a front for his scheme to steal the British crown jewels.
Aaron Paul slips behind the wheel of some of the world’s fastest cars for an adaptation of the EA racing series, Need for Speed.
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?