It is New Year's Eve before New Year's Eve with some lesser known actors at the time. Plus Dave Chappelle as a groovy cab driver.
Matthew McConaughey is a Jedi wizard and Idris Elba is a magical cowboy ... what's not to love?
Joan Wick? Not so much, but she still beats down a lot of people with just as much realism.
Dunkirk undersold me with the trailers even though they told the entire story in those few minutes.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is similar to Avatar. It is a pretty movie with a thin story and poor acting.
You wanted a review of The Princess Bride? As you wish ... You didn't? Inconceivable!!
The planet was never filled with apes or controlled by them, so why fight the apes for the planet they don't control?
Creed ... or how I learned to say "bullshit" in sign language
Spider-Man: Homecoming is the Spider-Man movie that everyone has been waiting on since Spider-Man 2. We also get at least one more strong villain in the MCU with Vulture.
Despicable Me 3 joins an illustrious group of trilogies that are all quality movies. I suppose that makes Minions the Hobbit movies to the D
Baby Driver is a mix between Hot Fuzz and Fast and Furious ... maybe with some Guardians of the Galaxy thrown in for good measure.
You know, I don't believe there was a single mention of emails or Hillary Clinton ... but Jim takes on a serious action movie role which should be his last.
Cars 3, the continued trend of Pixar struggling to find a mixture of money from toys and a quality movie.
Tom Cruise gets to show off his abs to attract all the ladies ... even the centuries old ones. Bonus: you get to hear his trademark scream a few times while he does a few crazy stunts.
Wonder Woman revitalizes hopes for the DCEU by going back to the start, being less gritty, and following Marvel's blue print
Empire Records is similar to the USA channel, characters welcome! Granted if they can do work or follow the man ... they need not apply.
Baywatch is a highly satirized version of the show, except this time we get The Rock instead of Pamela Anderson
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales ... because Disney brings them back from the dead to fight Jack Sparrow in long winded titles.
Colin Firth is on a crusade against speech impediments in movies with the word King in the title. In a sequel to The King's Speech, he now takes on Sam Jackson and the lisp.
If you want to see a Michael Fassbender movie that happens to have some aliens, look no further!
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ... more like King Arthur: Legend of King Arthur and Not Knights of No Tables
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ... if you wanted to see a version of Sons of Anarchy in the middle ages then this is for you. Except instead of Harley Davidsons, there is magic!
Don't Think Twice ... about watching this movie. It is about as funny as Funny People oddly enough.
The Guardians are back to save the universe ... but mainly their friends that have become family. Guess they spent too much time around Vin Diesel while he was voicing Groot and planning the Fast and Furious franchise.
My review on 99% of GOTG2 narrows down the 1% of what is worthwhile ... Drax and Baby Groot!