Four new movies arrive in theaters this weekend but none of them, even the much hyped A Wrinkle in Time, are fresh according to critics.
A group of thieves attempt to rob a US Mint facility of it’s millions in old bills during a massive hurricane in the latest from xXx and The Fast and The Furious director Rob Cohen, The Hurricane Heist.
Arnold plays a grieving father and husband who seeks answers (and maybe revenge) after a mistake by an air traffic controller (Scoot McNairy) causes a fatal plane crash.
The Taken franchise closes out with the worst entry in the series, as Bryan Mills gets stuck in a needlessly complicated rip-off of The Fugitive after he’s accused of murdering his ex-wife.
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).
After getting out of prison, James “Driver” Cullen immediately sets out to take down everyone on a list of names who were involved in putting him behind bars and killing his brother.
If Snake Plissken isn’t available to infiltrate some sort of crazy future prison, Marion Snow is pretty good second choice.
Taken exploded onto the action scene four years ago and cemented Liam Neeson as an ass kicking action hero. Now he’s back for Taken 2 but it unfortunately doesn’t live up to the original.
Liam Neeson’s amazing run of action movies got started with Taken and now Neeson is back as CIA “preventer” Bryan Mills for Taken 2, where a group of vengeance seeking Albanians target him and his family in Istanbul.
The latest from Luc Besson’s Europa action factory, Lockout finds Guy Pearce doing his best Kurt Russell impression on a mission to rescue the President’s daughter from an orbiting space prison.