A few potentially great movies hit the big screen this weekend. Unfortunately, I’m not talking about the ones getting wide releases.
A few very promising new movies are finally hitting the big screen this weekend. Unfortunately, they’re opening opposite a cinematic atrocity that just so happens to be the solitary wide release.
No other movie dares race this weekend’s biggest new release down the track.
This weekend’s new movies will answer such questions as, “Does Will Ferrell still have any audience appeal?” and “Is DreamWorks Animation still struggling?”
Almost everyone is aware of that big ‘Hunger Games’ knockoff in theaters, but did you know that Sean Penn has an action movie opening and that the ‘God’s Not Dead’ folks are back?
This weekend’s new movie offerings include Disney’s poor attempt at re-telling a classic and Liam Neeson doing more of his gruff angry father schtick.
This mixed bag of a weekend offers three new movies in wide release, each of which will only appeal to a certain demographic with a specific taste. What tastes would those be? Bad taste, geek taste, and fluffy sweet taste.
Which sounds more appealing: yet another con man caper flick that leaves you wondering who you can trust, or a short thriller featuring an interesting cast in a story that you saw unfold on the big screen decades ago?
While movies from 2014 will be inundated with accolades this weekend, viewers who don’t care about the Academy Awards have a bunch of mostly anti-Oscar new releases to check out.
I love that Valentine’s Day has become a perfect faux holiday where we’re guaranteed to get not only the expected romance-driven drama, but guy-pleasing counterprogramming too. This weekend brings an S&M chick flick an...
Take your pick. This weekend offers a silly PG family flick and two PG-13 adventure movies that were each pushed back from their original 2014 release dates. Choose wisely.
No matter which team wins, the Super Bowl and its over-hyped commercials will be a bigger winner than any of this weekend’s theatrical releases. Between the big game and the continued juggernaut of ‘American SniperR...