Rogue One may be one of the most anticipated sci-fi movies of the year, given that it’s part of the Star Wars world, but that’s not the only space movie you should be excited about. Arrival is also a title to remember, and its first trailer is quite promising. Check out this week’s hottest new movie trailers below!
If you thought you’ve seen every possible Sherlock Holmes scenarios in movies or TV shows, then you’re in for a huge surprise. Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly will partner up for a Sherlock Holmes Comedy that will probably be anything unlike what we’ve seen so far.
Movies based on popular video games tend to fall into either one of two categories: they’re either so boring that we quickly forget about their existence or they’re so comically bad and unwatchable that they essentially become legendary, with 1993’s Super Mario Bros film being a prime example.
All that said, Hollywood has never been afraid to make the same mistake twice — or even 50 times for that matter — so even in 2016 we’re still being bombarded with a seemingly endless number of video game-to-movie adaptations. With the Angry Birds movie thankfully behind us, we can now turn our attention to a film that might surprise us all and actually be entertaining — Assassin’s Creed. We’ve been playing various incarnations of the game for years now, and a film based on the popular video game franchise is slated to hit theaters later this December.
There’s a lot happening in the movie world, and we’ve got plenty of new trailers to look at this week. Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk stands out, and so does Masterminds, a hilarious bank heist comedy based on real-life events. There’s more to see after the break.
The new Jason Bourne movie can be summed up rather easily: a bunch of random stuff happens, Tommy Lee Jones scowls, and then the entire cast of characters lazily meet up in Las Vegas for an exceptionally formulaic climax.
It pains me to say it, but Jason Bourne is a subpar movie that is more of a generic action film than it is a worthy addition to the Bourne cannon. As for some quick background, the film was written by Christopher Rouse, an award-winning film editor who took up writing duties for the first time on Jason Bourne. Rouse has an impressive resume as far as filmography is concerned, but his lack of writing experience shines through in this fourth installment of the Bourne series (the Jeremy Renner one doesn’t count). Not surprisingly, the vast majority of critics panned the movie for a wide variety of reasons.
When you went to see Batman v Superman or Captain America: Civil War this summer, you probably left the theater wishing that you could fly, that you had super strength, or that you could manipulate the world with your mind. But even though some superpowers might seem appealing, you probably wouldn’t actually want to have to deal with them on a regular basis.
We’ll have our own review up tomorrow, but for anyone currently on the fence about seeing Jason Bourne, we’ve put together a little review roundup so you know exactly what you’re getting yourselves into. And while we wish we could say that everyone is gushing over the film and that it’s a must-see, the truth is that reviews of the film have been rather tepid, to put it mildly.
It’s certainly nice to have Matt Damon back in the mix following the forgettable Bourne Legacy flick starring Jeremy Renner, but even an all-star cast featuring Tommy Lee Jones and Julia Stiles can’t do enough to save what some critics are calling an uninspired and even boring film.
When DC revealed that it would be building its own movie universe, comic book fans the world over held their collective breath. It’s not that we expected the DC Extended Universe to fail, we just knew how big of an undertaking it would be, and how easy it could be to screw it all up by rushing things.
Based on the critical reaction to Batman v Superman, fans were right to be cautious. But Dawn of Justice wasn’t the first (or the only) high profile mistake DC made.
With Comic-Con in full swing in San Diego this week, we’ve already seen a bunch of exciting trailers for upcoming TV series. But now it’s time to check out some of the hottest trailers for future movies, and we have quite a few interesting ones for you. More →
The work week is over, so it’s time to hit the movies, and enjoy some of the new releases out there. Ghostbusters, The Infiltrator, and Equals are just a few of the new releases you should consider. But since it’s the weekend, it also means we’ve got a fresh batch of trailers for you, so let’s dive right in.
The new Ghostbusters movie is set to premiere one week from today and it will be incredibly interesting to see how the film holds up at the box office. Somewhat surprisingly, the family friendly reboot has stirred up no shortage of controversy in recent weeks. Not only have some die-hard fans of the original criticized the upcoming film for its casting choices (read: some people aren’t on board with an all-female cast), others have lambasted the film’s trailer for being uninspiring and dreadfully unfunny.
You would think with so much craziness happening in the world these days that people would learn to chill a bit when it comes to something as unimportant as a Hollywood movie, but alas, here we are.