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.
September begins with possibly the best horror movie of the year with the new IT while Reese Witherspoon stars in an apparently terrible new romantic comedy.
Age of Ultron continued to dominate at the box office this weekend with the 2nd highest 2nd week of all time and crossing over $300 million for it’s two week domestic gross.
Reese Witherspoon is a cop who is tasked with transporting Sofia Vergara, the wife of a drug kingpin, to court but wacky hi-jinks ensue en route.
Exodus: Gods and Kings was the movie that finally unseated Mockingjay although it didn’t exactly have a strong debut.
One of the most underrated comedies in recent years, Walk Hard seemed like a straight parody of Walk the Line but instead turned into a parody of the entire history of Rock music, with superstar Dewey Cox transforming his style as the decades and drugs changed.
The critics hate Ghost Rider and This Means War but, obviously, love the latest from Studio Ghibli, The Secret World of Arrietty.
Chris Pine and Tom Hardy star as best friends and the CIA’s best agents who find out their dating the same girl and use their spy arsenals to sabotage each other.
So it’s Black Friday and if you don’t want to go to stores that will make a mosh pit look civilized then maybe you’d want to check out one of the new movies that are out this week. Let’s see what we got, shall we? Transporter 3 Starring: Jason Statham, Robert Knepper, Natalya Rudakova Directed […]