Obsessed with finding the killer of his wife and daughter, NYPD detective Max Payne becomes embroiled in a conspiracy involving the Aesir Corporation and a powerful drug called Valkyr.
Pierce Brosnan makes his welcome return to espionage action in the solid thriller, The November Man, as he takes on his former protege, Luke Bracey, and tries to unravel a conspiracy involving the front runner for the Russian presidency.
August closes out with two movies that seem like they were close to being good but, according to critics, did not escape cliches.
Pierce Brosnan returns to the espionage world in this summer’s The November Man, where he plays a retired CIA agent brought in for “one last mission”.
Aaron Eckhart tries to fill Liam Neeson’s ass kicking shoes in this latest attempt to match the magic of Taken with Erased.
Joseph Kosinski follow up Tron: Legacy with the equally impressive looking Oblivion, but the story and pacing are still not a level to complement the gorgeous visuals.
Tom Cruise is left to gather resources and explore a destroyed Earth in the follow up to Tron: Legacy from Joseph Kosinski, Oblivion, the only new release out this week.
Aaron Eckhart’s CIA agent Ben Logan gets “Erased” by his CIA supervisors and must go on the run with his teenage daughter while being hunted by Olga Kurylenko.
A bunch of Roman Legionaries find themselves out numbered behind enemy lines in the latest movie from Neill Marshall.