Three years after surviving the video game world of Jumanji, Martha, Fridge and Bethany have to return when Spencer rebuilds the game system and goes back in, but the group discovers the world is completely different and that Spencer’s grandfather Eddie and his estranged friend Milo are along for the ride as well.
Despite barely surviving the video game version of Jumanji, Spencer (Alex Wolff) decides to try and repair the Jumanji cartridge and gets sucked back in. The rest of the group comes to try and find him and get sucked into the malfunctioning cart along with Spencer’s grandfather and his friend (Danny Devito and Danny Glover).
Dumbo returns from Tim Burton along with three other new wide releases in theaters this weekend.
Another Disney animated classic is getting a live action reboot as Dumbo arrives in March of next year with Tim Burton behind the camera.
Celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this month, the Everything Action crew is watching the insanely meta Arnold Schwarzenegger classic Last Action Hero for this month’s movie commentary.
DC is developing a New Gods movie with Ava DuVernay, Danny Boyle is directing Bond 25, the Twins sequel may shoot this year, Spike Lee in talks to direct Spider-Man spin-off based on Nightwatch, Shout! Factory gets the rights to 270 Roger Corman movies and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Zach, Chris and Chris Ali celebrated Christmas in Gotham City for our December commentary of Batman Returns, with special guest Joe Dunn of Joe Loves Crappy Movies.
For this holiday season, we’re spending it in Gotham City as we watch 1992’s follow-up to Tim Burton’s classic Batman movie, Batman Returns, where Batman is up against the slinkiest Catwoman and the most disgusting Penguin ever put on film.
Exotic bird smuggler Jack T. Colton gets more than he bargained for when he agrees to help romance novelist Joan Wilder try and rescue her sister from a pair of thieves in Colombia.
Expectations were in the stratosphere for Last Action Hero, which it ultimately failed to live up to but it’s still a fun but flawed parody of the rest of Arnold’s movie canon as Arnold plays supercop, Jack Slater in a wacky, hyper-real version of Los Angeles.