You look like you need to know what’s playing! You also look a little jaundiced.
Writer/director Matt D’Elia’s world is like a post-Charlie Kaufman absurd art film.
It’s like a really deep screen saver.
Offers an easily digestible myth with a clear set of rules.
Below you will find a list of new films that are being released this weekend, along with the best and worst reviews we could find. I hope you’re happy.
It’s one thing if it’s just another bad horror action movie, but it’s sad how much work is wasted on this.
May be a love letter to Woody Allen’s favorite era and its greatest artists, but it’s superficial and dull.
It’s not funny, and it’s obnoxious about trying to be funny.
I can’t believe this derivative movie is based on a book.
Wow, WWE Films went really highbrow with their latest movie.
Dare I say, the best found footage movie ever?
The best kind of history lesson: one full of spin kicks.
Another one of those first time films with a little something going for it.
Presents all the important debates of the new media age.
Has a good tea bagging joke. That’s about it.
Not enough memorable action sequences to make up for the contrived storyline.
A Will Ferrell acting serious movie that succeeds.
Puts bold concepts up on the screen and asks audiences to deal with them.
Not as fast and furious as one might hope.
Now this is drama!
It definitely gets to a point where it says something unique, but I can’t say the entire movie does.
Winch is no competition for James Bond but you can see why the French enjoy him.
Looks great, but feels just like all the other historical epic romances.
The story is the perfectly simple thriller in the vein of ‘Saw’.
A documentary that articulates the nuance and grace of MMA.
If you’re ever at ActionFest, and they’re showing Bail Enforcers, and Trish Stratus is there to present the film, I highly recommend you take advantage of that opportunity.
I knew when I saw it this was something special, but it kind of took me two viewings to process it all.
I don’t think it’s great or memorable, but as one of the unorthodox releases this weekend, it may interest some of you.
It’s got all the hallmarks of the series we love to see again and we get to catch up with all the characters, but it feels forced and uninspired.
There’s no ladder twirling, conveyor belt sticking or cashier slot jumping through, but it’s always fun to see Chan move.