Matt Damon apparently has a problem with getting abandoned on far off planets.
Probably the least important documentary you will see this year, but also one of the most fascinating.
Sicario. A term used for a hit man in Mexico. Also the name of one of the most brilliant films of 2015.
A fictionalized account of true events, Endgame is the story of Jose (Modern Family‘s Rico Rodriguez) and his journey to bring his family and classmates together through chess.
Based on the same true story as the acclaimed documentary Man on Wire, The Walk looks like it is going to absolutely crazy in IMAX.
With great early reviews and a stellar cast, this is probably a film worth checking out. And you’re in luck because you can do that early and free! Details below, but hurry, this is a short-run contest! Continue reading
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Remind me to never, ever, try to climb the tallest peak on the planet.
The second part in the Maze Runner trilogy, based on the young adult dystopian books, The Scorch Trials picks up right where the first one ended. After escaping the aforementioned maze, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his companions are thrown into a whole new challenge. This one involves trying to survive a post apocalyptic desert wasteland while running from evil scientists, undead-like hoards, and one another.
Notable new additions to the cast include Rosa Salazar, Alan Tudyk, and Giancarlo Esposito.
As a Latina woman, Juana Martinez (Diana Elizabeth Torres) has two strikes against her when it comes to traditional expectations of what a sushi chef should be. Bucking those expectations, however, she’s off to prove that it’s your skills and passion that determine what you can accomplish, and nothing else.