Jake Gyllenhaal pulls a Christian Bale this summer and goes from gaunt, creepy Lou Bloom of last year’s Nightcrawler to bulked up former boxing champion Billy Hope in Antoine Fuqua’s Southpaw.
The Taken franchise closes out with the worst entry in the series, as Bryan Mills gets stuck in a needlessly complicated rip-off of The Fugitive after he’s accused of murdering his ex-wife.
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).
Jude Law has to fight the system he works for when he becomes the recipient of an expensive artificial heart that will be “repossessed” by his co-workers if he can’t make payments.
Drug kingpin Gabriel Cortez picks the wrong town to escape the US through as it’s protected by bad ass sheriff, Ray Owens.
The last day of January was rocked by the news that Jesse Eisenberg is Lex Luthor and there was a ton of other news this week as well.
The followers of the Oprah made The Butler the number one movie over the weekend while Jobs and Paranoia bombed and Kick Ass 2 disappointed.
When his brother goes missing, mill worker Russel Baze has to enter the seedy criminal world of the Rust Belt to try and find out what happened in the upcoming thriller, Out of the Furnace.
Our patron saint, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is back for The Last Stand where Arnold plays a small town sheriff whose town is in the cross-hairs of a dangerous drug kingpin hurtling toward them in a souped up sports car.
Bruce Willis, Malin Ackerman and Forest Whitaker star in this crime caper about a trio of hired female guns who attempt to steal a shipment of drugs from an out of the way diner but find themselves in a stand off with other groups with the same idea.