This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the disturbing nature of the Cars universe, the latest Chucky movie, CHIPs, the insanity of The Room, the return of Deadfall Nicolas Cage, full on Tom Hardy in Taboo and much more.
On the first podcast of 2017, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the final box office tallies of 2016, their 5 favorite movies, the movies they are anticipating in 2017, MTV style time travel, get disgusted by TMNT: Out of the Shadows, the FAA vs Sully and much more.
Not too much out this week but there is the new Magnificent Seven, Sully and the latest from Rob Zombie.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children took the top spot at the box office but it opened about the same as Dark Shadows while Masterminds had one of the worst openings for a 3,000+ theater opening and Deepwater Horizon was below the last Peter Berg/Mark Wahlberg collaboration.
The Magnificent Seven took the weekend box office with one of the best openings in recent years for the western genre and a top 3 opening for Denzel Washington and his best collaborating with Antoine Fuqua.
Sully held off the competition for another weekend at the box office, bringing in another $22 million and bringing it’s two week total to $70.5 million. It’s currently Clint Eastwood’s 8th best performing movie and is about $20 million ahead of where Captain Phillips was during the same time period and about $40 million ahead […]
Only Sully was really shown to critics before this weekend, which probably means the other three movies out this weekend are probably not the greatest.
A bunch of “based on a true story” movies out this month like Snowden, Sully and Deepwater Horizon, the return of Blair Witch, a new Magnificent Seven and more.
In this week’s podcast, Zach and Chris talk about the massive Game of Thrones finale, the crazier parts of Independence Day: Resurgence, the terrible new Ghostbusters theme, Mechanic: Resurrection, the best James Franco and much more.
Tom Hanks takes on the role of heroic pilot Captain Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger in Clint Eastwood’s take on 2009’s incredible water landing in the Hudson River that saved the lives of 155 passengers.