A Good Day to Die Hard
Starring: Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Sebastian Koch, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Yulia Snigir, Rasha Bukvic
Directed by: John Moore
Plot: John McClane heads to Moscow when he gets word that his son may be in trouble there but finds that Jack is working for the CIA trying to stop a group of terrorists who are acquiring nuclear material.
Rotten Tomatoes Freshness: 15%
Critic Consensus: “A Good Day to Die Hard is the weakest entry in a storied franchise, and not even Bruce Willis’ smirking demeanor can enliven a cliched, uninspired script”
Starring: Alden Ehreneich, Alice Englert, Jeremy Irons, Viola Davis, Emmy Rossum, Emma Thompson, Thomas Mann
Directed by: Richard LaGravenese
Plot: A new girl arrives in small Southern town and falls for a local boy but has to try and push him away as she is nearing a supernatural change that will either put her on side of light magic or cause her to fall to dark magic.
RT Freshness: 47%
Critic Consensus: “Charming romantic leads and esteemed supporting cast aside, Beautiful Creatures is a plodding YA novel adaptation that feels watered down for the Twilight set”
Starring: Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel, Cobie Smulders, David Lyons
Directed by: Lasse Hallstrom
Plot: A young woman on the run from the police winds up in a small, seaside town and starts a relationship with a widowed store owner.
RT Freshness: 13%
Critic Consensus: “Schmaltzy, predictable, and melodramatic, Safe Haven also suffers from a ludicrous plot twist toward the end, making for a particularly ignominious Nicholas Sparks adaptation”
Escape from Planet Earth
Starring: Brendan Fraser, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica Alba, Ricky Gervais, Rob Corddry, William Shatner, Jane Lynch
Directed by: Callan Brunker
Plot: A group of aliens captured by the US Government and sent to Area 51 try to find a way to escape and get home.
RT Freshness: n/a
Critic Consensus: n/a
I’m like the J. Jonah Jameson of Everything Action, writing and editing and constantly demanding pictures of Spider-Man.