The Ubisoft series of games makes the jump to the big screen with an insanely talented cast, including Michael Fassbender starring as Callum Lynch and his Assassin ancestor Aguilar as the Abstergo Corporation tries use both to find the location of the powerful artifact, the Apple of Eden.
The first Star Wars Story, Rogue One tells the tale of the band of rebels that stole the Death Star plans shortly before the start of Episode IV.
The first Steven Seagal movie to hit theaters since Half Past Dead in 2002, Contract to Kill finds Seagal playing John Harmon, a CIA/DEA enforcer who must stop the Mexican cartels from entering into an alliance with Islamic extremists in Istanbul.
The MCU gets magical as the Sorcerer Supreme arrives in an origin film that shows how arrogant surgeon Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) learns the mystical arts to defend Earth from threats from other dimensions.
2014’s Ouija was liked by basically no one but it made enough money to warrant a prequel that is basically a complete 180 and gives us a pretty fantastic 60’s based horror movie from Oculus director Mike Flanagan.
After one disasterous remake, MGM has tried again with a remake of one of the greatest westerns ever made, The Magnificent Seven, with Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt taking up six shooters to defend a small western town from an evil industrialist (Peter Sarsgaard).
The third entry in the rebooted Star Trek series puts the Enterprise crew in their most perilous position yet as they are marooned on a mysterious planet following the destruction of the Enterprise.
Starring a returning Frank Grillo, The Purge: Election Year maintains the schlocky, B-movie action tone of The Purge: Anarchy, even if isn’t quite as good as that entry in the series.
20 years after the events of the first movie, Earth’s new alien tech based defenses are put to the test when a gigantic 3,000 mile wide ship drops over the entire Atlantic Ocean and starts drilling to drain the Earth’s core in Independence Day: Resurgence.
The Turtles are back after their 2014 reboot for a sequel that is an improvement in pretty much every way, with some fun, ridiculous action sequences and a tone that feels more like the cartoons we know and love.