The latest chapter in the Harry Potter movie universe arrives this weekend with The Crimes of Grindelwald along with star-studded heist film Widows and Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne getting an Instant Family.
When all of their field agents are compromised, CIA analyst Susan Cooper is the only one who can head out into the field and get the intel on where a stolen nuclear device has gone before its sold to the highest bidder.
The sixth entry in the X-Men series and making the rebooted series a trilogy, X-Men: Apocalypse is solid but never does anything that makes it anything besides just “OK”.
Ready to sell their house and move to the suburbs, Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) find themselves up against another group of rowdy college kids, this time a renegade sorority led by the crazed Shelby (Chloe Grace Moretz)
With all other agents compromised, the CIA has to send one of their analysts, Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy), into the field to recover information that could prevent a disaster.
The week before Christmas brings us three new movies including the epic conclusion of The Hobbit trilogy, the possible end of the Night at the Museum series and a new Annie.
After a couple of incredibly slow weeks, things pick up this weekend with the latest Liam Neeson thriller, a star studded comedy and the latest YA book series making the jump to the big screen.
Neighbors apparently sets the bar pretty high for this summer’s R rated comedies while the other two new releases are apparently awful.
Two families deal with very different issues this weekend as Robert De Niro’s mob family must go into hiding while Patrick Wilson’s family must deal with demonic forces.
A mild mannered couple gets into a nuclear prank war when a fraternity moves next door in their quiet suburban neighborhood in one of next summer’s big R rated comedies, Neighbors.