Aaron Paul returns as Jesse Pinkman for the film return of Breaking Bad, El Camino, which picks up immediately following the events of the Breaking Bad series finale.
Insurance Salesman and ex-cop Michael MacCauley is caught up in a criminal conspiracy during his daily commute home and has to figure out what is actually going on before his family and everyone on the train are killed.
After what feels like forever, Better Call Saul is finally back for its fourth season and AMC put up a brief recap to remind you what happened in the show’s excellent third season, including the shocking climax.
After almost 15 years, Pixar’s superheroic family is finally back for The Incredibles 2 as Elastigirl gets a new gig from a business tycoon looking to push superheroes back into the spotlight, leaving Mr. Incredible on dad duty caring for Jack-Jack and his ever increasing (and unpredictable) powers.
Transported from 1991 to the far off future of 2009, race car driver Alex Furlong becomes a fugitive “freejack” when he escapes getting his mind swapped with a billionaire who wants to live forever.
Teaming up for the fourth time with director Jaume Collet-Sera, Liam Neeson delivers another solid mystery thriller in the vein of the pair’s Non-Stop with The Commuter.
Liam Neeson’s morning commute is disrupted by a mysterious woman (Vera Farmiga), who forces him to uncover a particular passenger on the train before it reaches it’s final stop or bad things will happen in next year’s action thriller, The Commuter.
Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is back in the prequel to Breaking Bad but his criminal alter ego has not yet fully developed, as we find him as public defender, Jimmy McGill.
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.