The Fate of the Furious is finally here this weekend alongside an animated film no one has heard of and that didn’t get screened for critics.
Patrick Wilson is the primary suspect in his wife’s murder, especially since he’s been having an affair, in the 60’s set crime drama, A Kind of Murder.
With access to every song ever uploaded to the internet, rogue AI stealth plane EDI inexplicably prefers early to mid 2000’s nu-metal like Incubus, who had four songs on the Stealth movie soundtrack.
One of three elite pilots of the FA/37 Talon fighter, Ben Gannon has to track down rogue AI plane EDI before finding out who the real villains are in 2005’s Stealth.
The Everything Action crew gathers for a special Christmas commentary with the 1998 JTT “classic”, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, where JTT has to make his way across the country in a Santa suit in order to get a Porsche bribe from his father to be with his family for Christmas.
Playing for Keeps joins the illustrious company of Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever, Bucky Larson, A Thousand Words and the other 0% movies on Rotten Tomatoes.
A remake of an Arnold classic takes on the third installment of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid franchise this weekend and both are apparently not very good, according to the critics.
A bunch of news coming out of Comic Con, lots of video game related projects, Marvel and DC’s continuing cinematic battle and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Our first look at the upcoming remake/new take on the Phillip K Dick story, “We Can Remember it Wholesale for You”, which was made famous in 1990 with the Arnold classic and this new version finds Colin Farrell in the role of Douglas Quaid, who becomes hunted after trying to get a spy adventure embedded into his brain by the Rekall company.
This week in the Shotgun we have some casting news, a director short list for The Wolverine, The Lion King getting a 3D conversion and the Scott brothers making a Pirates mini series for Fox.