BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
If you need proof that the movie calendar is starting to get more eclectic in all of the months in the year, then you need look no further than the crop of films Hollywood has coming your way this weekend. How many times are we going to see the Coen brothers face off against Nicholas Sparks and period drama spliced with horror?
We’re finally getting to the end of January – notoriously one of the worst movie months of the year – but we have three flicks coming your way and there might actually be some good stuff coming down the pike.
We’re getting deeper and deeper into the year 2016, and we’ve got three flicks coming your way this week. Get ready for Dirty Grandpa, The Boy and The 5th Wave.
We are coming off some big, big holiday highs, but it seems that we are starting off the year 2016 with a largely low key week (though that’s pretty much the tradition). Suffice it to say, it looks like it may be a rough one this time around.
It's tough to get super excited for this week considering we’re coming off the awesome high that is Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but it’s Christmas and we still have some rather huge movies getting ready to hit theaters.
This is a weekend that movie fans have spent years – if not decades – waiting for. We are now just a few days away from getting our first look at Star Wars: The Force Awakens… and to a much, much lesser extentAlvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip and Sisters.
We have a small run of movies this upcoming weekend before we get a Force-filled theatrical infusion next week. This time around we’re heading into the good, old ocean with the arrival of In the Heart of the Sea.
A slower week as we all recover from out Thanksgiving hangovers and food-induced comas. Get ready for Krampus. Just remember, I'm not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they'll end up on the Tomatometer. Let's take a look at This Rotten Week has to offer.
The holiday movie season is in full gear this year, with some big flicks coming out just in time for the long Thanksgiving weekend. Get ready for Creed, Victor Frankenstein and The Good Dinosaur.
Whew, we have a big one going this week. Katniss is back to finish the job, some eyes have secrets and bros do the holidays right.
We’re getting deeper and deeper into the fall season, and while there are a number of big blockbusters still to come out this year, none of them are coming out this week. Instead, we have set of flicks with stories of miners, the holiday season and a football team.
Couple of bigger name movies hitting the screen this week. We’ve got James Bond and Charlie Brown, two more opposite characters there are not. Get ready for this rotten week!
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As we get deeper into the fall season, the selection of movies coming to theaters becomes much more diverse. One need look no further than this week’s new crop of wide releases for evidence of that.
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Movies are coming fast and furious this time of year. That doesn’t mean they are all good, mind you, but we get a bunch of them anyway.
After a few slow weeks with only a few new releases, we have a packed one scheduled this time around, folks. So let’s not waste any time diving right into them.
As we creep into the fall season, we’re seeing a lot more titles start off in limited release before expanding nationwide. The unfortunate side effect, however, is that the early weeks are a bit slow around the cinematic universe. But that just means that it’s a little kid named Peter’s time to shine, with Pan getting set to arrive in theaters.
There’s only one movie on the docket this week, one step taken further into the depth of the fall season, but it looks like a good one. Matt Damon settles down for an extended stay on the Red Planet in The Martian.
Sundays are getting harder and harder to breathe around here. With NFL and the Emmy’s it’s like America is conspiring against me to get this column done. But still, Hollywood keeps putting out stuff for us to enjoy.
It’s been a busy weekend, as I find myself split my concentration between NFL opening Sunday and this week’s slate of movies. But that’s a full plate I’m happy to dive into. This week we’ve got Black Mass, Captive and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.
Labor Day is upon us and with it the unofficial end of summer. Which never really made sense to me, these self-imposed ends of vacations, but I don’t make the rules here.