Last week, we voted on Favorite Blockbusters of 2016. Unfortunately, a lot of movies last year didn’t live up to their promise or hype. What movies were the biggest letdowns for you?
You know what it takes to release one of the most testosterone-fueled movies ever made on Blu-ray the same week a rival releases the controversial all-female ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot? It takes BRASS BALLS to do that.
Apropos of Shannon’s article earlier this week about how this has been the worst movie season in recent memory, let’s put it to a vote. Which movies from the summer of 2016 disappointed you the most?
With stiff competition from the latest ‘Bourne’ installment, ‘Star Trek’ fell out of warp this weekend. While the new R-rated female-driven comedy held its own, Lionsgate’s millennial thriller fell short.
Just when the summer season typically starts slowing down, 2016 is moving forward at maximum warp. Up 30% year-over-year, it was a busy weekend at the box office.
The summer has been dominated by animated family films, magnificent horror movies, and sequels both good and bad. This weekend, all of the aforementioned are present.
The fifth movie in the ‘Ice Age’ franchise, ‘Collision Course’… Wait a minute… I need to pause for a second. The FIFTH ‘Ice Age’ movie since 2002?! How did that happen?!
Even as a big fan of animated films, this week’s new movie trailers for upcoming CG-animated features are largely disappointing. They don’t generate much interest or excitement.
Along with all the sequels and superhero flicks hitting screens this year, moviegoers can also expect a wide selection of animated family features in 2016.
When I watch the ads for DreamWorks’ new movie ‘Home’, all I can hear is the voice of Sheldon from ‘The Big Bang Theory’ coming out of the little alien. That immediately breaks my suspension of disbelief. In today’s Roundtable, we...
This week’s Blu-ray releases bring us an eclectic mix of content, from foul-mouthed teddy bears to deadly spy assassins and adorable prehistoric rodents. Which will you spend your money on?
For the third week in a row, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ not only topped the U.S. charts, but the international box office as well. Adding another $36.4 million to its domestic haul and $67 million from international markets, Christop...