An elite sniper who is recruited into China’s “Wolf Warriors” unit, Leng Feng defends his comrades and innocent civilians from two different groups of mercenaries, one at home and one after he flees to Africa following a stay in prison.
Things look crazy in the new upcoming Jackie Chan movie Bleeding Steel as it looks like Jackie is up against some sort of futuristic cyber-soldiers and some over the top villains as he tries to defend a young girl.
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.
Finding Dory set records with the best animated film opening of all time while Central Intelligence had a solid debut and Warcraft continues to dominate overseas while bombing in the US.
Mario Van Peebles is the captain of the USS Iowa, which is detoured on it’s final trip to San Pedro, CA when aliens start attacking North Korean and US targets in an attempt to start World War III in the Asylum’s American Warships.
Tony Jaa leads the sequel to SPL: Kill Zone, which came out in 2005, as a prison guard who gets roped into an insane criminal plot to try and save his daughter.
Van Damme is back and looking for the men who stole his kidney in China, a kidney that is supposed to be going to his dying niece, in the upcoming action movie, Pound of Flesh.
Chris Hemsworth stars as an infamous hacker, released from custody by the government to help them track a dangerous new cybercriminal in the latest from Michael Mann.
Trying to show the world the power of Tai Chi, Tiger Chen gets drawn into the dark world of Donaka Mark’s underground fighting ring.
The Hunger Games managed the rare fourpeat and stayed at the top of the box office over the weekend, becoming the first movie since Avatar to perform that well.