Liam Neeson’s morning commute is disrupted by a mysterious woman (Vera Farmiga), who forces him to uncover a particular passenger on the train before it reaches it’s final stop or bad things will happen in next year’s action thriller, The Commuter.
Taking his usual train into work, Liam Neeson is approached by a mysterious woman (Vera Farmiga) and coerced into finding a specific passenger before the train reaches it’s final stop in next year’s action thriller, The Commuter.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the final Bat filled Batman v Superman trailer, the horror of Kindergarten Cop 2, the glorious violence of Turbo Kid, a reboot of Lethal Weapon, Mark Millar comics, past and present Bond and much more.
A bunch of the bigger releases from earlier this year are out, including our Pick of the Week, Run All Night.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris get excited for another family trip with the Griswolds, try to figure out what the hell is happening on The Player and other new Fall TV shows, discuss the huge cast of Captain America: Civil War, the return of Penny Dreadful and more.
Dreamworks’ latest, Home, easily took the top spot at the box office with one of the best non-sequel debuts for the studio while Get Hard also had a solid debut for it’s two stars.
Insurgent, the latest in the Divergent series, easily won the box office with almost the exact same opening as Divergent while the other two new films had mediocre openings.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about awesome Netflix comedies, the future of Flash, Batman vs Suicide Squad, Friday the 13th, the latest Action Madness match-ups and much more.
Liam Neeson is back for Run All Night, where he is forced to kill the son of his mob boss/best friend (Ed Harris) in order to protect his own son (Joel Kinnaman).
Disney’s latest live action reboot of one of their classics had a massive debut this weekend, making more than almost all the other movies in theaters combined.