Welcome to September. While this year’s ninth month is the most promising one in some time, the first weekend certainly doesn’t have much to offer.
Here we go again – another August weekend of full of drivel.
Looking at this weekend’s new movie releases, it’s shocking that this is still technically part of summer.
Ever wish you could time travel? You won’t need a flux capacitor to go back to the 1960s or the 1980s thanks to this weekend’s two big movies.
This, the first weekend of August, is the congested and desperate sign that summer fun is decidedly behind us.
Two new wide releases movies contend for your attendance this weekend. One is from a franchise we’ve come to trust, and the other from a franchise that hasn’t been worth watching in decades.
This weekend, your new movie-watching options are: Adam Sandler fighting against classic videogame characters, more teenage angst, or a pretty strong boxing movie that doesn’t feature a character named Rocky.
This weekend offers a variety of trainwrecks – small, emotional, geriatric and existential.
Pack up the family because the ‘Despicable Me’ spin-off has arrived just in time to clean out your wallet while the kids are all out of school. If you can scrounge up a few bucks after that, you can also see a generic horror flick...
The summer of sequels continues over the Fourth of July. One new movie release entices a female audience, while the other targets males. It’s the perfect holiday weekend for couples to split and let the girls and guys have separat...
Both of this weekend’s big new movies use simple male names for titles. So, which name do you like more: Max or Ted? To follow this trend, next week’s release of the previously-titled ‘Terminator Genisys’ will henceforth be known ...
Dinosaurs currently rule the box office. Although this weekend offers an extremely worthwhile alternative that returns Pixar to its creative and heartfelt form, there’s no way it’ll to topple ‘Jurassic World’. Is there?