Based on both the 1998 and 2004 versions of the action-comedy Taxi, Taxi Brooklyn found Supergirl’s Chyler Leigh starring as NYPD Detective Caitlin “Cat” Sullivan, who is forced to partner up with a taxi driver to solve crimes when her license is suspended.
Toy Story 4 opened with the highest opening ever for the series but did not meet Disney’s absurdly inflated expectations while the new Child’s Play also did not meet its modest expectations and Luc Besson’s latest didn’t even open in the top 10.
Both of this weekend’s toy-related movies are fresh according to the critics while the latest from Luc Besson seems poised to crash and burn.
A Russian model is secretly one of the world’s most deadly assassins in the latest from director Luc Besson, Anna.
Dunkirk managed to hold off The Emoji Movie for another week on top of the charts while Atomic Blonde fell right between the two John Wick openings for its debut.
Unrestrained by studio interference, Luc Besson’s imagination is fully unleashed in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets but unfortunately the plotting and acting don’t live up to the stunning visuals.
Two new movies from visionary directors Christopher Nolan and Luc Besson this weekend along with a positively received new R rated comedy.
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.
Forcibly turned into a drug mule by the Korean mob, the bag of experimental drugs in Lucy’s stomach ruptures and she starts to gain various powers as the full power of her brain is unlocked.
Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne are intergalactic secret agents sent to prevent the peaceful utopia of Alpha from being destroyed by an unknown threat in this summer’s Luc Besson directed sci-fi epic, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.