In Alita: Battle Angel, directed by Robert Rodriguez, it is several hundred years in the future and in this new world there are two societies.
In Happy Death Day 2U, written and directed by Christopher Landon, Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) is enjoying her freedom from the time loop that fate had trapped her in the day before,
In The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, directed by Mike Mitchell, five years have passed since Finn's sister beamed her Lego creations into Bricksburg.
Cold Pursuit follows the story of Nels Coxman (Liam Neeson), a snowplow driver in Colorado. When his son is mistakenly involved in a drug deal, he’s cleaned up with the rest of the loose ends.
What Men Want is a new take on an old story. After a minor accident, a woman is able to hear the inner thoughts of men. This has been done many times before, with the most notable being the Mel Gibson film, What Women Want, back in 2000.
Anyone can tell you not to think too much about a fictional film, but the strange nature of the twist in Serenity will boggle your mind the harder you think about it. It definitely makes Serenity a talking point, and in some ways it improves the film.
The Kid Who Would Be King is definitely a movie to take kids to. It is not only entertaining, but it has a reflective message of hope to a lot of the negativity and turmoil going on in the world right now.
Six adventurous strangers travel to a mysterious building to experience the escape room -- a game where players compete to solve a series of puzzles to win $10,000.
Unbreakable and Split are two very different films. Glass merges the two, and while it features James McAvoy's 'Kevin' character prominently, the pacing and atmosphere feel more akin to Unbreakable.
The Upside is a remake of the 2012 French drama, The Intouchables (Les Intouchables). Both films are based on a true story, but the French version focuses more on Philippe