Liam Neeson stars in Pre-Taken, err… Run all Night. He has to keep his son safe and stop him from being, well, taken. Ok, enough jokes – I’ve got free passes for you to win so you can see Liam Neeson’s latest action flick and I know you want them!
Tom Wilkinson, Vince Vaughn, and Dave Franco on a madcap business trip. Sound like something you’d like to see? Maybe for free? Step right up to win your passes!
Jim White (Kevin Costner) is a high school football coach with a stubborn streak and short fuse. Despite his best intentions, those traits have gotten him in trouble one too many times and he’s burnt too many bridges. Forced to find a new job after an unfortunate incident, his choices are limited. Moving his family with him, he takes a job at the one place that will have him – McFarland.
Elliot “White Lightning” Scott has a dream. With multiple martial arts titles, Japanese heritage, an Asian woman at his side, and a passion for both film making and Asian culture, he is determined to become Canada’s Chuck Norris or Jackie Chan. After such low budget local hits like They Killed my Cat, he and his partner Linda are deep into production of their most ambitious film yet: A Karate epic called Blood Fight. Winner of “best documentary feature” at Slamdance 2014.
According to 2005’s Idiocracy, in the year 2505 a movie called Ass, featuring ninety minutes of a naked rear making rude noises, was the number one movie in America. In 2015 one of the most anticipated films of the year is based on erotic Twilight fanfiction. I’m starting to think that 500 years was too generous of a number.
James Bond wishes he was this cool.
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People are just not going to the movies as much as they used to. With bigger, better, and cheaper options at home, 2014 had the lowest number of movie tickets sold since 1995. That’s in the past now though. As we begin the 2015 movie season there is a ridiculously large number of films that are all but guaranteed to draw the crowds to the theaters like nobody’s business.
An inspirational documentary that goes behind the iron curtain to get the inside look at the Soviet Union’s feared hockey team.
The most profitable movie at the French box office in 2013, the documentary On the Way to School is set to finally open in US theaters this weekend.