It’s been almost 25 years but Mortal Kombat is finally back on the big screen, and at home on HBO Max, with the new R rated movie as MMA fighter Cole Young gets dragged into the conflict between Earth and Outworld due to a mysterious birthmark that designates him as one of Earth’s champions in the next Mortal Kombat tournament.
Sean Patrick Flanery is military veteran Jason Hill, who realizes that terrorists have taken over the VA hospital where he goes for therapy and where his wife works and he must battle the terrorists to save his wife, a high-ranking general, and the rest of the hostages.
Former Delta Force soldier Roy Pulver finds himself caught in a time loop where every day he’s targetted by assassins who kill him, causing the day to repeat. Roy has to figure out what is going on and how to stop it in Joe Carnahan’s latest action movie, Boss Level.
Jack is a handyman hired to fix up a house that never holds its tenants long enough. The quiet, unsuspecting house is guarded by the ghostly Muriel, whose duty is to scare away any occupants. As Jack tries to clean up the place and prepare for new residents, Muriel tries every trick she knows to scare Jack out. Now, these people from opposite worlds start to question everything about their decisions.
The first of Warner Bros’ 2021 HBO Max/Theatrical hybrid releases, The Little Things star Denzel Washington as a former LAPD detective turned deputy upstate who returns to Los Angeles on a procedural errand and ends up getting drawn into a case involving a serial killer being investigated by hotshot detective Jim Baxter (Rami Malek).