Moana dominated the holiday box office with another fantastic opening for Disney to add to their record breaking 2016 global box office while Warren Beatty’s return to directing and acting was one of the worst openings of all time.
The Cure contributed to a number of soundtracks in the mid-90’s but their particular goth sound didn’t really fit with the over the top world of 1995’s Judge Dredd when they contributed the credits song “Dredd Song”.
A bunch of movies for your holiday weekend, including another likely smash for Disney, the return of Warren Beatty and Bad Santa and the latest from Robert Zemeckis.
Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) returns to the ice in next year’s Goon 2: Last of the Enforcers.
Head of the special forces group the Inglourious Basterds, Aldo Raine leads his men behind enemy lines in France to take down Nazis and, eventually, has a shot to take down to Hitler himself.
If you’re out for Black Friday this week, here are the new releases you can find in stores, including our Pick of the Week, Mechanic: Resurrection.
The gigantic holiday shooters are here and we checked out at least the campaign in Infinite Warfare, Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 along with a few other, non-shooter, games.
Fantastic Beasts took the top spot away from Doctor Strange this past weekend but it couldn’t top even the lowest opening from the Harry Potter franchise.
Jackie Chan leads a band of misfits on a train robbery against a Japanese train during World War II to get their supply of food to people who need it in the upcoming action/comedy Railroad Tigers.
Since hitting the scene around 2001, Ramin Djawadi has already left a mark on pop culture with his iconic Game of Thrones score as well as excellent scores for things like Westworld, Iron Man, Pacific Rim and more.