The surprisingly well-received Bad Boys for Life arrives in theaters this weekend alongside what is apparently the first truly terrible movie of 2020, Dolittle with Robert Downey Jr.
Award contenders Just Mercy and 1917 expand wide this weekend against new releases Like a Boss and Underwater.
2020 (and a new decade) kicks off with an apparently terrible new version of The Grudge as the only new movie in theaters this weekend.
The final weekend of 2019 has three well-recieved films opening or expanding wide, including two potential Oscar contenders and the latest animated feature from Blue Sky Studios.
The final chapter of the Skywalker Saga arrives with The Rise of Skywalker, although reviews are incredibly mixed, while almost every critic agrees Cats is a nightmarish disaster of epic proportions.
The Jumanji gang returns for Jumanji: The Next Level, Black Christmas returns with another reboot and Clint Eastwood tells another true story with Richard Jewell this weekend at the theater.
December kicks off with true-life legal drama Dark Waters and the first theatrical movie ever from the venerable Playmobil brand of toys.
Knives Out and Queen & Slim are out to try and counter-program against the Frozen II juggernaut over the holiday weekend.
Frozen II arrives to dominate the box office while Mr. Rogers biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Chadwick Boseman starring cop thriller 21 Bridges open this weekend as well.
Potential Oscar contender Ford vs Ferrari is out this weekend along with the new Elizabeth Banks directed Charlie’s Angels and a Helen Mirren/Ian McKellan team-up with The Good Liar.