The Disaster Artist expands wide up against a new comedy featuring the team up of Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones, Just Getting Started.
One of the few non-superhero/sci-fi action movies this year and the only one starring Jason Statham, Mechanic: Resurrection is a solid, violent, fun way to close out a particularly awful summer for movies.
Summer 2016 is closing out with possibly the best horror movie of the year, the latest from Jason Statham and some dramatizations of real life stories.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali dive into the 1998 “classic” Small Soldiers, directed by Gremlins director Joe Dante.
Survival and combat expert LT Bonham has to track and take down one of his former students who has snapped and is killing people in the forests of Oregon.
Chip Hazard and the Commando Elite take on Archer and the Gorgonites in Joe Dante’s Small Soldiers, our Movie of the Month for July.
Jason Statham is back as hitman Arthur Bishop, whose girlfriend, played by Jessica Alba, is kidnapped by a powerful group who want Bishop to kill a series of targets or else his girlfriend is dead.
Matt Damon returns as Jason Bourne when new information about the program he was a part of leaks out by his former CIA ally Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) and he goes from Greece to Las Vegas and beyond looking for answers.
Two of this week’s new releases have gotten rave reviews from critics while one failed to live up to it’s star studded cast.
Kevin Costner is a ruthless criminal captured by the CIA and injected with the memories and emotions of one of their agents (Ryan Reynolds) in order to try and find the location of a key asset in the upcoming thriller Criminal.