If you stayed away from the Bond-packed theaters last weekend, this is your perfect chance to get out there to see ‘Spectre’. None of this weekend’s new releases are very promising.
Alongside four mostly promising limited releases, this weekend offers two new entries to very old properties.
After the cluttered fiasco at the box office last weekend, how worried do you think the Hollywood studios must be this weekend? Three wide releases take the stage and it’s difficult to tell if any will be successful.
This crowded weekend is too big for its own good. With four single-note new movie releases and one wide expansion, I honestly won’t be surprised if last week’s ‘Goosebumps’ retains the top spot at the box office.
Thrills and scares abound for various audience demographics in this weekend’s new movies. Among them are a new Spielberg drama, a new Guillermo del Toro horror tale, and a playful take on R.L. Stine’s popular book series.
This weekend’s new movie destinations include a trip back to Neverland, or to the 1970s and the days before Apple was a trendy behemoth.
Ridley Scott’s highly anticipated sci-fi survival movie is technically the only new wide release of the week, but the nationwide expansion of Emily Blunt’s gritty cartel-busting film hopes to steal away an audience of its own.
September continues to be surprisingly busy for movies this year. This weekend brings three new nationwide releases, one nationwide expansion, one new notable limited release, and one limited expansion.
The first weeks of September were rather dull, but this weekend is jam-packed with buzzed-about new releases. It appears that Oscar season just might be unraveling before us earlier than usual.
Three new movies hit wide release screen today, but you’ve probably only heard about one of them.
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.