Guy Ritchie is back to his quirky British crime roots with next year’s The Gentlemen, which finds drug kingpins Matthew McConaughey and Henry Golding going to war with an all-star supporting cast caught in the middle.
Dumbo returns from Tim Burton along with three other new wide releases in theaters this weekend.
A strange mix for the final weekend of January with a well-received kid’s fantasy movie and showbiz biopic alongside a critically panned, and apparently insane, Matthew McConaughey noir thriller.
2019 kicks off, as usual, with horror with Escape Room, Keanu trying to clone his family in Replicas and the highly anticipated Unbreakable/Split crossover, Glass, along with a bunch of other movies.
When his ex-wife comes back into his life and asks him to murder her new, abusive husband, charter fisherman Baker Dill has to figure out what he’s going to do in next year’s thriller, Serenity, from Redemption and Locke director Steven Knight.
When dragons are unleashed and nearly wipe out all of humanity, Quinn Abercromby leads some of the few survivors in the UK but gets drawn into a plan to kill the dragons’ only male by a crazed American commando and his team.
It’s pretty slim pickings this week for Halloween but you can get Cinemax’s Outcast, based on Robert Kirkman’s demonic possession comic of the same name, The Dark Tower, Kidnap and a couple other things.
Able to cross dimensions to wreck havoc on other worlds, evil sorcerer Randall Flagg has tried to gain control of an Earth ravaged by an apocalyptic plague in The Stand and tried to destroy The Dark Tower on Mid-World under the alias Walter O’Dim.
The Dark Tower series is Stephen King’s magnum opus but unlike the unique and complex story told in the eight novels, the movie version strips everything to the bone for an incredibly generic “stop the end of the world” action movie.
A trashy Halle Berry action movie, an apparently disastrous adaptation of Stephen King’s epic and a critically acclaimed historical drama are all out this weekend.