Long in development, the adaptation of the 60’s spy show has finally arrived with Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer starring as reluctant spy partners during the Cold War.
The Mission Impossible series has only gotten better as it goes along and Rogue Nation is a fun, fantastic entry in the series as Ethan Hunt tries to uncover the deadly network of The Syndicate.
Emily Blunt joins an elite task force to stop a Mexican drug cartel but things quickly get out of control in the upcoming thriller, Sicario.
If Jason Bourne was a stoner, you would have a character like Jesse Eisenberg’s Mike Howell in the upcoming action/comedy, American Ultra.
Henry Cavil and Armie Hammer are the best the CIA and KGB have in the 60’s to take on a threat greater than either organization in Guy Ritchie’s remake of the classic 60’s spy show
With all other agents compromised, the CIA has to send one of their analysts, Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy), into the field to recover information that could prevent a disaster.
Enter the Asylum is back with The Asylum’s take on Expendables, the all female Mercenaries, recruited by Cynthia Rothrock, led by Zoe Bell to take down Bridgette Nielsen.
It seems like Breaking Bad meets Bourne in the latest Nicolas Cage thriller, Dying of the Light, as Cage’s legendary CIA agent gets a dementia diagnosis and decides to use the little time he has left to hunt down an old nemesis.
Denzel Washington is back in bad ass mode with a reboot of the 80’s action show, The Equalizer, but is it able to meet the high bar set by previous Denzel action movies?
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).