With the political discourse the way it is, we need works like The Purge: Election Year more than ever.
If we’re all very lucky, David Brent: Life On The Road will not represent the beginning of a comeback for Ricky Gervais’ flailing career.
War Dogs comes up big short, Kubo’s Two Strings snap, the new Ben-Hur is left to drown, and Other Box Office News.
People hope that it’s their last time with Suicide Squad, nobody is left unsatisfied by the Sausage Party, Pete’s Dragon camouflages itself from the public, audiences come Hell or High Water, and other Box Office News.
Loneliness, aimlessness, uncertainty, and Ice Hockey.
Embodying every last awful aspect of Hollywood filmmaking in 2016, Suicide Squad represents the rock bottom of the blockbuster barrel.
Suicide Squad starts strong, stumbles suddenly, suffers super, Nine Lives gets hit by a car and dies, and Other Box Office News.
With the fifth and possibly final instalment, Collision Course, now in theatres, let’s take a run back through the Ice Age series.
Jason Bourne remembers how to claim the top spot, Bad Moms make good money, Nerve bottles it, this has been a really terrible Summer, and Other Box Office News.
A Life Is Strange TV series is hella redundant, and it represents the flaw in this latest wave of videogame adaptations.