BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
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.
Don’t go into end of summer mourning yet, folks. There’s still got some time left to enjoy the rays until we reach that self-imposed line of summer demarcation known as Labor Day.
Labor Day must be getting close, because each week the slate of movies gets less and less exciting. This one is particularly bland. We’ve got Owen Wilson trying to get away from trouble in No Escape and Zac Efron becoming a DJ in We Are Your Friends.
The summer season is drawing (too quickly) to a close. There’ve been some highlights and definite lowlights. And as we get toward the end, the latter come much more into play. It’s not a totally lost week, but there’s less and less to get excited about in the theaters. We’ve got Hitman Agent 47 and Sinister 2 and American Ultra.
There’s a definite feeling that the summer movie season is winding down. We are without a doubt in the decline… but it isn’t all bad yet! We’ve got The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Straight Outta Compton and Underdogs arriving to screens near you.
While most weeks this summer have featured just one or two wide releases arriving in theaters, that’s not the case this time, as we have a big slate of movies hitting the screen this week.
During the summer season we don’t get too long to wait between big action movies and R-rated comedies. As such, this weekend we have the return of Mr. Ethan Hunt and a return for the Griswold family to the ever-elusive Walley World. We’ve got Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation and Vacation hitting theaters.
We are back for another week of movies, as the summer rolls on with three decent-size features hitting screens this Friday. We’ve got the family-friendly action of Pixels, the romantic drama of Paper Towns and the boxing thrills of Southpaw coming up.
We have two movies hitting the big screen this wee,k with a somewhat unlikely superhero and Judd Apatow making a return. We’ve got Ant-Man and Trainwreck both heading to theaters this weekend, ready to do battle for the number one spot at the box office.