US Army Sergeant and roguish treasure hunting thief Nick Morton accidentally uncovers the tomb/prison of the evil Princess Ahmanet and has to team up with archaeologist Jenny Halsey to stop her from regaining her power and destroying the world.
A former cop incarcerated for murder, Parker Barnes is reinstated to catch SID 6.7, a deadly AI creation that has escaped into the real world.
In between takes of 1995’s Virtuosity, Russell Crowe used the movie’s locations and sets to film a music video for his band Thirty Odd Foot of Grunts, “The Photograph Kills”.
The first movie of Universal’s “Dark Universe” has arrived with The Mummy and Joe has his take on whether or not it gets the new Universal Monsters world off on the right foot.
The Dark Universe gets off to an apparently not so great start this weekend along with two smaller, and better reviewed, movies.
A powerful ancient evil, Princess Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella), is unleashed onto the modern day when her tomb/prison is uncovered by a team led by soldier Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) and archaeologist Jenny Halsey (Annabelle Wallis) in this summer’s new take on The Mummy.
Holland March and Jackson Healy are private eyes in the sleazy world of 1970’s Los Angeles who reluctantly team up to solve the murder of a porn star that leads them to an auto industry conspiracy.
Tom Cruise is part of a team that finds a mummified princess that comes back to life and wreaks havoc on the modern day in the first movie of Universal’s Monster Cinematic Universe.
After Iron Man 3, Shane Black returns to his roots for the excellent and hilarious LA noir action/comedy The Nice Guys, featuring buddy “cops” Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe.
The Angry Birds Movie took the top spot at the box office away from Civil War but Civil War became the first film of 2016 to cross over $1 billion worldwide.