The Oscars turn 90 this year and the nominees for that historic ceremony have been announced.
Disgraced private bodyguard Michael Bryce gets a shot at getting his prestigious title back by getting notorious assassin Darius Kincaid to the trial of warlord Vladislav Dukhovich at The Hague so Kincaid can testify against him.
A professional hitman, Leon lives a solitary life until he reluctantly takes in 12 year old orphan Mathilde, who he begins to train as his protege to help her get revenge on the man who killed her family, corrupt DEA agent Norman Stansfield.
Willing to testify against a ruthless dictator, the world’s best assassin (Samuel L. Jackson) needs the world’s best bodyguard (Ryan Reynolds) to help him make it safely to The Hague in the upcoming buddy action movie, The Hitman’s Bodyguard.
Two of this week’s new releases have gotten rave reviews from critics while one failed to live up to it’s star studded cast.
Kevin Costner is a ruthless criminal captured by the CIA and injected with the memories and emotions of one of their agents (Ryan Reynolds) in order to try and find the location of a key asset in the upcoming thriller Criminal.
Don Bluth is trying to kickstart a Dragon’s Lair movie, TV pick ups are starting to come in, John Wick 2 starts casting and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The most crowded weekend of the month has four new movies and, shockingly, the gimmicky looking Unfriended is one of the highest rated while Paul Blart 2 seems on the verge of the legendary 0% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy are on the trail of a serial killer in the Soviet Union in the 1950’s set Child 44.
Raising the bar in pretty much every way from Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes brings back Caesar, Koba, Maurice and the other apes as their society is flourishing but a war with a nearby human settlement seems inevitable.