2012’s Magic Mike, loosely based on star Channing Tatum‘s early career as a male stripper was a surprise hit. Not only did it rake in an impressive box office on a micro-budget, it was critically praised. Naturally we’re getting a sequel.
Somehow never saw any of the original Terminator films and worried that you’ll be lost with this fifth installment? Never fear – Genisys is for a new generation as it either retells or erases everything that happened in the previous entries to this Schwarzenegger powered franchise.
The directorial debut of writer/producer, Maya Forbes, Infinitely Polar Bear is a semi-autobiographical ode to her father, her mother, and rewardingly difficult life growing up.
Malcolm (Shameik Moore) is a high school senior growing up in one of the tougher neighborhoods in LA. A straight-A student with ambitions beyond his humble roots, he’s also completely obsessed with 90’s hip hop culture. He’s got a couple of friends who share his passion, Jib (Tony Revolori) and Diggy (Kiersey Clemons). Together, they’re three urban geeks just trying to find themselves.
After a two year hiatus, Pixar is back in a big way with the first of two original features in 2015. In a sort of Herman’s Head meets Osmosis Jones, Inside Out takes place almost entirely inside the head of eleven year old Riley (Kaitlyn Dias).
Coming out of Sundance as the winner of the Grand Jury Prize as well as the Audience Award, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl has has almost nothing but positive buzz leading up to it’s limited theatrical release. What’s it about? The title succinctly says it all.
Twenty-two years ago, Jurassic Park rocked theaters with a thrilling ride of wonder and fear. The epic dinosaur filled movie still stands up solidly today, despite a few dated effects and plot points. Two less than stellar sequels later and the franchise was more or less extinct. Now we have a new film, directed by Colin Trevorrow and starring the current most popular guy in Hollywood, Chris Pratt. Is this the sequel we’ve been waiting for?
One of the most buzzed about films from Sundance, Dope is being hailed as an instant classic for this generation. I’ve got your chance to see for yourself, at a free early screening, details below.
Based on the popular HBO series, Entourage picks up where the show’s finale left off.