Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a decent but wholly unnecessary sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s incredible 2015 thriller that finds Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Tor back in Mexico trying to start a war between two rival cartels.
Following up Denis Villeneuve’s grim and intense Sicario, Sicario 2: Soldado sees Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro returning and given the green light to do whatever it takes to escalate the war against the Mexican cartels.
Jeffrey Donovan is back for Season 2 of Hulu’s crime drama Shut Eye as Donovan’s Charlie Haverford deals with strange visions following a head injury in the first season and the crime family that runs his fake psychic business.
The second season of FX’s incredible new take on Fargo goes back to 1979 and follows Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) as he investigates a crime that involves the local mob in Sioux Falls, SD.
Massive comic book movie casting news this week for Suicide Squad, Jessica Jones, Doctor Strange and Deadpool along with some sequel and TV news.
After seven years of spy tips, mojitos, clients and explosions, it all came down to last night’s, final episode of Burn Notice.
The 100th episode of Burn Notice reunites Michael with his friends in Miami and also shows us the pivotal meeting between himself and Fi in Ireland.
The Burn Notice team is on the run after Michael’s shooting of Tom Card and they’re pursued by a relentless new antagonist, CIA agent Olivia Riley.
Michael and Jesse have to chase down Anson’s top new recruit, dirty CIA agent Rebecca (Kristanna Loken) through the Everglades after she kidnaps Sam while Fiona is targeted in prison by a pair of vicious contract killers.
Burn Notice is back for it’s sixth season and Everything Action will be here every week with our new recap feature, When You’re A Spy. For the season premiere, Michael is on the warpath and drags Sam with him in a chase after Anson to try and save Fiona after she surrenders to the FBI for bombing the British consulate.