The Suicide Sqaud is sent into Arkham Asylum in the latest DC Animated movie, set between Arkham Origins and Arkham Asylum, while Batman arrives as well to stop the latest scheme of The Joker.
Zach, Chris and Joe review arguably the best entry yet in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Guardians of the Galaxy.
The Rock steps into the sandals of Greek hero Hercules for a new take on the legend, as he and a company of fighters head to Thrace to defend the region from a warlord.
Raising the bar in pretty much every way from Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes brings back Caesar, Koba, Maurice and the other apes as their society is flourishing but a war with a nearby human settlement seems inevitable.
Gareth Evans expands the scope and plot of The Raid series by sending martial arts supercop Rama undercover into the Jakarta underworld that is full of brutal fights and ridiculous violence.
With a fun gimmick and great action, Edge of Tomorrow is one of the best movies of the summer, despite a few minor issues.
After scoring a massive hit with Ted, Seth MacFarlane follows it up with the western comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Are there a million laughs as well?
The final full movie featuring Paul Walker is also a fun action showcase for David Belle and his insane parkour skills, if you can suspend your disbelief for the crazy, dumb plot.
Johnny Depp essentially becomes Skynet in the new techno-thriller Transcendence but it’s less Terminator and more The Net.
After a triumphant return in 2011’s The Muppets, the gang is back for a European tour but Kermit is replaced by evil criminal mastermind, Constantine, who’s using the tour as a front for his scheme to steal the British crown jewels.