In 2048, on an Earth overpopulated and ridden by violent conflicts, scientists are looking to Saturn's moon Titan as a new home for humanity, spearheaded by Professor Martin. Rick Janssen, a war pilot who survived for 3 days in the Syrian desert without food or water, is chosen to be a part of an experiment that forces humans to adapt to the surface of Titan, due to his past ability to survive in extreme conditions.Read More
Ten years after the Battle of the Breach, the oceans have become restless once again, but the Jaeger program has evolved into the next generation for the PPDC. However, a mysterious organization has reopened the Breach for the Kaiju and a Jaeger has gone rogue. Jake Pentecost, son of Stacker Pentecost, rises up to stand against the evolved Kaiju and the mysterious rogue Jaeger, Obsidian Fury, to prevent humanity's extinction and preserve his father’s legacy.
Harold Soyinka (David Oyelowo) is an average businessman who works for Cannabax Technologies Inc, a company that has developed the "Weed Pill", medical marijuana that has been simplified into a pill. Harold's bosses, Elaine Markinson (Charlize Theron) and Richard Rusk (Joel Edgerton), send him to Mexico to handle the manufacturing of the product, but while out partying he ends up getting kidnapped by the cartel, which holds a grudge against Harold's bosses and their company. Richard hires a professional named Mitch (Sharlto Copley) to safely get Harold out of harm's way, only for the two to end up having to survive one outrageous situation after another.Read More
After learning her astrophysicist father, Alex (Chris Pine), is being held captive on a distant planet deep in the grip of a universe-spanning evil, Meg Murry (Storm Reid) works with her highly intelligent younger brother Charles Wallace (Deric McCabe), her new friend and fellow student Calvin O'Keefe (Levi Miller), and three astral travelers, Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey), Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon) and Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling) to save him.Read More
Making his big onscreen debut in Captain America: Civil War, the character of Black Panther/T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) gets to finally step out on his own solo adventure. While the wait was long, it was more than worth it. Director Ryan Coogler manages to deliver Marvel's most diverse and unique adventure to date. Taking place in the fictional country of Wakanda, a hidden gem of Africa with technology that far surpasses the rest of the world, we see the coronation of the new king T'Challa.Read More
Director David Ayer's latest film, Bright, teams Will Smith and Joel Edgerton as two cops trying to survive in Los Angeles after finding a powerful artifact. The generic survival premise is flipped on its head when we are introduced to a world much like our own that is uniquely filled orcs, fairies, elves, and sometimes even dragons flying overhead in the distance.
The true story of the so-called "Poker Princess" Molly Bloom has been put into the Aaron Sorkin slick fast dialogue machine and come out the other side looking good. Sorkin, in his directorial debut, turns actress Jessica Chastain into the former skier turned illegal poker gamer runner. Jumping between dishing her information to her reluctant lawyer, Charlie Jaffey, played by Idris Elba and the full backstory of how she rose from cocktail waitress to working with the Russian mob, Molly's Game is a good time.Read More
Picking up where Episode VII left off, a newcomer to the Star Wars universe, Rian Johnson, takes the helm with his 2017 release, Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi as both its writer and director. Produced by Lucasfilm, Episode VIII once again stars Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, with returning classic characters played by Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher.Read More
The legal drama starring Denzel Washington as Roman J. Israel Esq., a lawyer who has spent his career as the man behind the curtain so to speak. An eccentric legal savant, Israel must confront his hardline views of helping the poor and the disaffected when he is thrust into a world of money and power that he's only seen from a safe distance.Read More
If you haven't figured it out by now, the Fast franchise is nothing more than a showcase of the absurd. From its humble beginnings as a bunch of street toughs racing the streets of L.A., stealing DVD players out the back of trucks to literally saving the world from super villains. Every time I step foot in the theater to witness the shenanigans that are about to take place I think to myself "How the hell did we get here?" You know what, it really doesn't matter at this point. All you have to do is remove your brain from your skull, store it in a safe place for two hours and enjoy the ride.Read More