After 14 years, The Incredibles are finally back for a long awaited sequel and it’s joined by an R rated comedy based on true events and a reboot of a blaxploitation classic.
A group of friends have maintained an annual game of Tag that consists of a month of over the top scheming and shenanigans but the group decides they have to team up and get the one member who has never been “It” for the latest game.
Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot are a glamorous couple who move into a normal suburban neighborhood but their new neighbors Jeff (Zach Galifianakis) and Karen (Isla Fisher) find out they are secretly spies and get drawn into their latest mission.
Separated when they are young, orphan brothers Nobby (Sacha Baron Cohen) and Sebastian (Mark Strong) are reunited 28 years later, except Sebastian is now an elite assassin and Nobby screws up a massive hit that puts both of them on the run.
Elmore Leonard’s “The Switch” is adapted into the upcoming crime comedy, Life of Crime, where Jennifer Aniston is a kidnapped wife whose husband (Tim Robbins) is not particularly keen on getting her back.
Magicians and heists seems like a perfect match and while Now You See Me is nowhere near a perfect movie, it’s a light and fun heist movie with a great cast and lots of tricks.
After a ton of blockbusters, May closes out with a pair of movies critics didn’t really care for, the magical heist movie Now You See Me and the futuristic survival movie, After Earth.
The underrated gem of a comedy, Hot Rod, featured a soundtrack as ridiculous as the stunts Rod Kimble performs, including almost the entirety of Europe’s The Final Countdown album.
A quartet of magicians use their magic skills to rob banks in the upcoming heist movie, Now You See Me.
Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny, Jack Frost, The Tooth Fairy and The Sandman must join forces to take on the evil Pitch, who is corrupting children’s dreams and threatens the entire world in this holiday’s big Dreamworks movie.