After a couple of incredibly slow weeks, things pick up this weekend with the latest Liam Neeson thriller, a star studded comedy and the latest YA book series making the jump to the big screen.
It seems like it might be another slow weekend at the box office with the sequel to Dolphin Tale and home invasion thriller No Good Deed, the latter of which was not screened to critics.
There’s only one new movie this weekend and, according to critics, it sounds like a doozy of a terrible movie.
August closes out with two movies that seem like they were close to being good but, according to critics, did not escape cliches.
The next entry in the Sin City series arrives but, according to critics, it’s apparently not great and neither are the other two new releases this weekend.
The Expendables return with even more new members to take on Mel Gibson along with two other new releases this weekend.
The new Turtles movie seems about as awful as everyone was thinking it would be while the other new releases this weekend don’t seem that great either, according to the critics.
Two polar opposite movies, Guardians of the Galaxy and Get On Up, are out this weekend but both are apparently great according to critics.
The Rock and Scarlett Johansson lead this weekend’s action blockbusters while Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton try to counter program with an older skewing rom-com
An eclectic mix of movies out this weekend with the sequels to The Purge and Planes and raunchy new rom-com, Sex Tape, but only The Purge: Anarchy is close to being “fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes.