What will you be watching?
>13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (January 15, 2016).
Directed by Michael Bay.
On the evening of September 11, 2012, the 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, a group of Islamist militants attack the American diplomatic compound and a nearby CIA Annex in Benghazi, Libya. CIA security contractors - military veterans who served with the Navy SEALS, Marine Corps and Army Special Forces - take the initiative to make a desperate stand to defend the American Ambassador and his staff within the diplomatic compound.
>John Krasinski as Jack da Silva, the new member of the security team.
>James Badge Dale as Tyrone "Rone" Woods, the leader of the security team.
>Toby Stephens as Glen "Bub" Doherty, a member of the security team and Jack's best friend.
>Dominic Fumusa as John "Tig" Tiernen, a member of the security team.
>Max Martini as Oz, a seasoned member of the security team.
>David Denman as Bon, a member of the security team.
>David Constabile as The Chief.
>Andrei Claude as Bandolier, the leader of the militia carrying out the attacks.
>Ride Along 2 (January 15, 2016).
Directed by Tim Story.
Los Angeles Police Department Detective James Payton and his bumbling brother-in-law James Barber are assigned to a new case that leads them to Miami.
>Kevin Hart as Ben Barber.
>Ice Cube as James Payton.
>Tika Sumpter as Angela Payton, Ben's wife and James' sister.
>Sherri Shepperd as Cori, Angela's best friend.
>Olivia Munn as Maya Cruz, the duo's contact in Miami.
>Ken Jeong as A.J., the duo's tech support in Miami.
>Tyrese Gibson as D.J., James' former partner.
>Benjamin Bratt as Neil Pope, a Miami drug lord.
>Glen Powell as Troy, Pope's enforcer in Los Angeles.
>T.I. as Tony David, a key-witness in the investigation.
>The Fifth Wave (January 22, 2016).
Directed by J. Blekeson.
Earth is invaded by aliens who can adopt human appearances and reduced to a devastated wasteland. Years after the First Wave, teenager Cassie Sullivan races against time to locate her missing brother with help from the mysterious Evan Walker before the looming arrival of the Fifth Wave.
>Chloe Moretz as Cassie Sullivan.
>Alex Roe as Evan Walker.
>Nick Robinson as Ben Parish, Cassie's friend.
>Maika Moore as Ringer, Cassie's friend.
>Zackary Arthur as Sam Sullivan, Cassie's brother.
>Maggie Siff as Lisa Sullivan, Cassie and Sam's mother.
>Ron Livingston as Oliver Sullivan, Cassie and Sam's father.
>Liev Schreiber as Colonel Vosch, a military commander obsessed with destroying the aliens.
>Maria Bello as Sergeant Reznik, Colonel Vosch's second-in-command.
>The Boy (January 22, 2016).
Directed by William Brent Bell.
Greta, a young American woman, accepts a job watching over the infant son of a wealthy elderly couple, the Heelshires, who are about to leave on an important trip. Arriving at their derelict mansion in the England countryside, Greta learns that the boy, Brahms, is in fact a plastic doll, and she is required to follow a strict set of rules. Strange things begin happening every time Great breaks one of Brahms' rules, and as the puppet's twisted nature unfolds, Greta can only rely on the estate's caretaker, Malcolm, in order to survive.
>Lauren Cohan as Greta.
>Rupert Evans as Malcolm.
>Jim Norton as Mr. Heelshire.
>Diana Hardcastle as Mrs. Heelshire.
>Dirty Grandpa (January 22, 2016).
Directed by Dan Mazer.
Uptight stockbrocker Jason Kelly is tricked into driving his grandfather, perverted former Army general Dick Kelly, to Daytona Beach, Florida, for spring break just days before his wedding, and as the two bond, they also help each other overcome their personal fears and traumas.
>Zac Effron as Jason Kelly.
>Robert De Niro as Dick Kelly.
>Catherine Keener as Brooke Kelly, Jason's mother.
>Dermot Mulroney as Charles Kelly, Jason's father.
>Julianne Hough as Meredith Goldstein, Jason's bride.
>Zoey Deutch as Shadia, a woman Jason meets on Spring Break.
>Aubrey Plaza as Lenore, a woman Dick meets on Spring Break.
>Adam Pally as Nick, Jason's friend.
>Jason Mantzoukas as Pam, Jason and Dick's guide.
Sorry, I don't watch movies led by
>Jane Got a Gun (January 29, 2016).
Directed by Gavin O'Connor.
In the Old West, Jane Hammond reluctantly seeks help from an ex-lover, Dan Frost, to help her defend her farm from the psychotic Colin McCann and his gang, who are hunting down Jane's severely injured husband, Bill Hammond, who betrayed McCann after a heist gone wrong.
>Natalie Portman as Jane Hammond.
>Joel Edgerton as Dan Frost.
>Noah Emmerich as Bill Hammond.
>Ewan McGregor as Colin McCann.
>Rodrigo Santoro as Fitchum, a member of McCann's gang.
>Boyd Holbrook as Vic, a member of McCann's gang.
>Todd Stashwick as O'Dowd, a member of McCann's gang.
>Alex Mannette as Buck, a member of McCann's gang.
>Fifty Shades of Black (January 29, 2016).
Directed by Michael Tiddes.
Wealthy businessman Christian Black courts timid journalist Hannah Steele to become involved in a sadomasochist relationship with him, but quickly learns her tastes might be too extreme even for him.
>Marlon Wayans as Christian Black.
>Kali Hawk as Hannah Steele.
Why the fuck every movie about real life modern conflict has to be about how hard it was for fucking americans that went there for two months? Every fucking time.
>The Finest Hours (January 29, 2016).
Directed by Craig Gillespie.
In 1952, two oil tankers, the SS Fort Mercer and the SS Pendleton, are torn apart by a devastating storm, while a team of Coast Guard officers led by Bernie Webber and Daniel Cluff valiantly risks their own lives in an attempt to the rescue the shipwrecked survivors
>Chris Pine as Bernie Webber.
>Eric Bana as Daniel Cluff.
>Ben Foster as Richard Livesey.
>Casey Affleck as Ray Sybert.
>Josh Stewart as Tchuda Southerland.
>Kyle Gallner as Andy Fitzgerald.
>Graham McTavish as Frank Fauteux.
>John Ortiz as Wallace Quirey.
>Rachel Brosnahan as Bea Hansen.
>Holliday Granger as Miriam Wilson.
>Dad's Army (February 5, 2016).
Directed by Oliver Parker.
During World War II, a group of men inept to join the armed forces volunteer to form the Home Guard and protect the small town of Walmington-on-Sea on the British countryside. When the MI6 intercepts a transmission indicating there is a Nazi spy in the vicinity, the bumbling platoon members are finally awarded a chance to prove themselves.
>Toby Jones as Captain George Mainwaring.
>Bill Nighy as Sergeant Arthur Wilson.
>Tom Courtenay as Lance Corporal Jack Jones,
>Michael Gambon as Private Charles Godfrey.
>Daniel Mays as Private Joe Walker.
>Blake Harrison as Private Frank Pike.
>Bill Patterson as James Frazer.
>Catherine Zeta-Jones as Rose Winters, an attractive reporter sent to report on the Home Guard's activities.
>no mention of Triple 9
Disappointing, OP, so very disappointing
>Hail, Caesar! (February 5, 2016).
Directed by Joel and Ethan Cohen.
In the 1950's, Hollywood fixer Eddie Mannix tries to keep the starts of fledging movie "Hail, Caesar!" in line after the lead star, Baird Whitlock, is mysteriously kidnapped.
>Josh Brolin as Eddie Mannix.
>George Clooney as Baird Whitlock, the movie's lead star.
>Ralph Fiennes as Laurence Lorenz, the movie's director.
>Christopher Lambert as Arne Slessum, the movie's scriptwriter.
>Frances McDormand as Monica Wilmer, the movie's editor.
>Tilda Swinton as Hedda Hopper, a gossip colunist.
>Jonah Hill as Joseph Silverman, the studio's accountant.
>Scarlett Johanson as Esther, one of Mannix's clients.
>Channing Tatum as Burt, one of Mannix's clients.
>Alden Ehrenreich as Toby, one of Mannix's clientes.
>The Choice (Febryary 5, 2016).
Directed by Ross Katz.
Travis Parker and Gabby Holland meet as teenagers on a small coastal town and develop a romantic relaitonship that results in marriage. Years later, their lives unravel when Gabby is left in a coma after a car accident, forcing Travis to choose between euthanizing her or maintaining her alive as vegetable.
>Benjamin Walker as Travis Parker.
>Teresa Palmer as Gabby Holland.
>Maggie Grace as Stephanie Parker, Travis' sister.
>Tom Wilkinson as Dr. Shep, Gabby's physician.
>Tom Welling as Ryan, Gabby's ex-boyfriend.
>Alexandra Daddario as Monica, Gabby's best friend.
>Pride and Prejudice... And Zombies (February 5, 2016).
Directed by Burr Steers.
In 19th century London, free-spirited Elizabeth Bennett rebels against the social conventions that require her to wed a wealthy suitor, just as an outbreak of cannibalistic zombies threatens their community.
>Lily James as Elizabeth Bennett.
>Sam Riley as Fitzwilliam Darcy.
>Bella Heathcote as Jane Bennett.
>Douglas Booth as Charles Bingley.
>Suki Waterhouse as Kitty Bennett.
>Ellie Bamber as Lydia Bennett.
>Jack Huston as Geroge Wickham.
>Millie Brady as Mary Bennett.
>Matt Smith as William Collins.
>Lena Headey as Mrs. Bennett.
>Charles Dance as Mr. Bennett.
>What will you be watching?
Funny you asked that.
I think I have arrived at a weird point in my life.
I finished Friday Nights Lights series the other day. I feel empty and full at same time.
Empty because I honestly don't have any reason I can figure out to ever watch anything filmed ever again.
Full because this show was God-tier and one of a kind and I doubt any show or movie will ever even come close to it.
I just don't know. Nothing can top this, it's insane. It was so far ahead of anything I had seen.
I guess this is my farewell and goodbye to tv and movies.
>Regression (February 5, 2016).
Directed by Alejandro Amenábar.
In 1980, Detective Bruce Keener investigates a man is accused of sexually abusing his daughter. The man admits to the crime, despite having no memory of it, and with the help of a psychologist, he is able to regain suppressed memories of his deeds and soon, the entire town relives long-lost memories of the crime. Investigating the circumstances of the citywide regression leads Keener to uncover a horrifying conspiracy.
>Ethan Hawke as Detective Bruce Keener.
>Emma Watson as Angela Gray, who was sexually abused by her father.
>Devon Bostick as Roy Gray, Angela's brother.
>Dale Dickey as Rose Gray, Angela's grandmother.
>David Thewlis as Professor Kenneth Raines, a psychologist who helps Keener.
>Deadpool (February 12, 2016).
Directed by Tim Miller.
Former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers at the expense of his appearance and sanity. He then adopts the alter-ego "Deadpool" to enact revenge on the men who ruined his life.
>Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson / Deadpool.
>Morena Baccarin as Vanessa Carslyle, Wade's ex-girlfriend.
>T.J. Miller as Weasel, Deadpool's weapons dealer.
>Andre Tricoteux as Peter Rasputin / Colossus, a mutant with metal skin and a member of the X-Men.
>Brianna Hildebrand as Ellie Phimister / Negasonic Teenage Warhead, a recruit for the X-Men under Colossus' supervision.
>Ed Skrein as Ajax, leader of the experiment that turned Wade into Deadpool.
>Gina Carano as Christine Jones / Angel Dust, Ajax's super-strong enforcer.
>Zoolander N. 2 (February 12, 2016).
Directed by Justin Theroux.
Derek Zoolander and Hansel McDonald, struggling to remain relevant in the ever-changing fashion industry, are called upon by the Interpol to uncover a conspiracy to eliminate Earth's most beautiful people, which places them on the crossroads of old enemies and new foes.
>Ben Stiller as Derek Zoolander.
>Owen Wilson as Hansel McDonald.
>Will Ferrell as Jacobim Mugatu.
>Christine Taylor as Matilda Jeffries.
>Cyrus Arnold as Derek Zoolander Jr.
>Penélope Cruz as Melanie Valentia, Interpol agent and former model.
>Kristen Wiig as Alexanya Atoz, Russian fashion mogul.
Milla Jovovich as Katinka Ingabogovinanana, Mugatu's enforcer.
>Kim Kardashian as Trinitee Campbell.
>Kanye West as August Campbell.
>How To Be Single (February 12, 2016).
Directed by Christian Ditter.
A group of friends navigates the dating scene of New York City and the multiple different stages of being single.
>Dakota Johnson as Alice.
>Alison Brie as Lucy.
>Leslie Mann as Meg.
>Rebel Wilson as Robin.
>Damon Wayans Jr as David.
>Nicholas Braun as Tom.
>Jake Lacy as Ken.
>Jason Mantzoukas as William.
>Race (February 19, 2016).
Directed by Stephen Hopkins.
Athlete Jesse Owens, a talented track and field racer, overcomes adversity to compete in the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games.
>Stephan James as Jesse Owens.
>Jason Sudeikis as Larry Snyder, Jesse's coach.
>Jeremy Irons as Avery Brundage, the head of the American Olympic committee who fought to have the 1936 Olympics take place in Berlin.
>William Hurt as Jeremiah Mahoney, president of the Amateur Athletic Union, who led efforts to boycott the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
>Carice van Houten as Leni Riefenstahl, a German director who documented the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
>Viral (February 19, 2016)
Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman.
Emma begins documenting the quarantine procedures after her town is put in lockdown to contain the spread of a deadly virus that has been wiping out large portions of the human race, as well as her desperate struggle to rescue her sister, who has been labeled "infected" and taken away to certain death.
>Sofia Black D'Elia as Emma.
>Linzie Grey as Tara, Emma's sister.
>Michael Kelly as Jack, Emma and Tara's father.
>Analeigh Tipton as Stacey, Emma's best friend.
>Travis Tope as Evan, Emma's boyfriend.
>Risen (February 19, 2016)
Directed by Kevin Reynolds.
Clavius, a powerful Roman Centurion, is charged by Pontius Pilate to investigate the rumors of a risen Jewish messiah and to locate the missing body of Yeshua in order to quell an imminent uprising in Jerusalem during the first 40 days following Christ's resurrection.
>Joseph Fiennes as Clavius.
>Tom Felton as Lucius, Clavius' aide.
>Peter Firth as Pontius Pilate.
>Cliff Curtis as Yeshua.
>Triple Nine (February 26, 2016).
Directed by John Hillcoat.
A group of corrupt police officers are blackmailed into pulling off a seemingly impossible heist, and plot the murder of a rookie cop in order to orchestrate a "Triple Nine", code for "officer down", in order to lure the force away from their target.
>Casey Affleck as Chris Allen, the cop being target for assassination.
>Chiwetel Ejiofor as Terrell Thompkins, the leader of the corrupt cops.
>Anthony Mackie as Richard Lustick, Chris' partner and one of the corrupt cops, struggling with his mission to kill Chris.
>Aaron Paul as Michael Laird, one of the corrupt cops.
>Norman Reedus as Gabriel Martin, one of the corrupt cops.
>Clifton Collins Jr as Jorge Rodriguez, one of the corrupt cops.
>Woody Harrelson as Jeffrey Allen, Chris' uncle who's investigating the corrupt officers.
>Teresa Palmer as Michelle Allen, Chris' wife.
>Gal Gadot as Val, a high-end escort.
>Kate Winslet as Irene, a vicious Russian mobster who forces the corrupt cops to perform a heist for her.
>Gods of Egypt (February 26, 2016).
Directed by Alex Proyas.
In ancient Egypt, thief Bek joins forces with the disgraced god of the sky, Horus, to save his beloved Zaya and prevent the god of darkness, Set, from destroying the world.
>Brenton Thwaites as Bek.
>Courtney Eaton as Zaya.
>Rufus Sewell as Urshu, an intermediary between humans and gods.
>Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Horus, god of the sky.
>Gerard Butler as Set, god of darkness.
>Chadwick Boseman as Toht, god of wisdom.
>Elodie Yung as Hathor, goddess of love.
>Goran D. Kleut as Anubis, god of death.
>Geoffrey Rush as Ra, the Sun-god.
>The Witch (February 26, 2016)
Directed by Robert Eggers.
In the 17th century, a Puritan family lives alone on the edge of a New England wilderness. Soon their infant son disappears, their daughter is suspected of witchcraft, and the family begins to break down in the face of an unknown evil.
>Anya Taylor-Joy as Thomasin.
>Ralph Ineson as William.
>Kate Dickie as Katherine.
>Harvey Scrimshaw as Caleb.
>Lucas Dawson as Jonas.
>Ellie Grainger as Mercy.
>Julian Richings as The Governor.
>Bathsheba Garnett as The Witch.
>Eddie, the Eagle (February 26, 2016).
Directed by Dexter Fletcher.
Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards dedicates himself to becoming Britain's first ski jumper to enter the Winter Olympics, forming a lasting bond of friendship with his coach Chuck Beghorn.
>Taron Egerton as Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards.
>Hugh Jackman as Chuck Berghorn, Eddie's coach.
>Christopher Walken as Warren Sharp, Chuck's longtime mentor.
>Jo Hartley as Janette Edward, Eddie's mother.
>Knight of Cups (March 4, 2016).
Directed by Terrence Malick.
Businessman Rick decides to attend a tarot reading while recovering from a break-up, and the card he draws, the Knight of Cups, motivates him to re-evaluate past relationships.
>Christian Bale as Rick.
>Natalie Portman as Elizabeth.
>Cate Blanchett as Nancy.
>Freida Pinto as Helen.
>Teresa Palmer as Karen.
>Isabel Lucas as Isabel.
>Imogen Poots as Dalia.
>Nicky Whelan as Nicky.
>Joe Manganiello as Joe.
>Joel Kinnaman as Errol.
>Wes Bentley as Barry.
>Jason Clarke as Johnny.
>Nick Offerman as Scott.
>Antonio Banderas as Tonio.
>Thomas Lennon as Tom.
>Brian Dennehy as Joseph.
>Dane Dehaan as Paul.
>Shea Whigham as Jim.
>Michael Wincott as Herb.
>Armin Mueller-Stahl as Fr. Zeitllinger.
>London Has Fallen (March 4, 2016).
Directed by Babak Najafi.
Secret Service agent Mike Banning accompanies President Benjamin Asher to London, which is then attacked by terrorists targeting the Prime-Minister. With the Asher and the Prime-Minister taken hostage, Banning is forced to spring into action once again, now aided by a skilled MI6 operative, Samantha Carver.
>Gerard Butler as Mike Banning.
>Charlotte Riley as Samantha Carver.
>Aaron Eckhart as President Benjamin Asher.
>Morgan Freeman as Speaker Allan Trumbull.
>Melissa Leo as Secretary of Defense Ruth McMillan.
>Angela Bassett as Secret Service Director Lynne Jacobs.
>Robert Forster as General Edward Clegg.
>Jackie Earle Haley as Deputy Chief Roger Mason.
>Radha Mitchell as Leah Banning, Mike's wife.
>Alon Aboutboul as Barkawi, the mastermind behind the attacks.
>Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (March 4,2016).
Directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra.
Reporter Kim Baker is assigned to cover Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and befriends two other female reporters, Tanya Vanderpoel and Shakira El-Khoury. Together, they navigate the male-oriented and extremly dangerous world of wartime correspondence, during which Kim develops a complicated relationship with Iain McKelpie, a fellow correspondent from Scotland.
>Tina Fey as Kim Baker.
>Margot Robbie as Tanya Vanderpoel.
>Sheila Vand as Shakira El-Khoury.
>Martin Freeman as Iain McKelpie.
>Alfred Molina as Tom Fitzgerald, Kim's boss.
>Billy Bob Thorton as Colonel Hollanek.
>Christopher Abott as Fahim Ahmadzai.
>Me Before You (March 4, 2016).
Directed by Thea Sharrock.
Louisa Clark, a young woman struggling with finances, is hired by the wealthy Traynor family as the caretaker of their son, young entrepeneur William Traynor, who has become suicidal after an accident has left him disabled. She becomes decided to prove to the him that life is worth living, and, in the process, they help each other through their respective crucibles.
>Emilia Clarke as Louisa Clark.
>Sam Claflin as William Traynor.
>Jenna Coleman as Katrina Clark, Louisa's sister.
>Janet McTeer as Camilla Traynor, William's mother.
>Charles Dance as Steven Traynor, William's father.
>Matthew Lewis as Patrick, Louisa's friend.
>Vanessa Kirby as Alicia, William's ex-girlfriend.
>The Brothers Grimsby (February 26, 2016).
Directed by Louis Leterrier.
Sebastian Graves, a British black ops agent, is forced to join forces with his long-lost brother, dim-witted soccer hooligan Norman "Nobby" Grimsby, to save the world.
>Sasha Baron Cohen as Norman "Nobby" Grimsby.
>Mark Strong as Sebastian Graves.
>Penelope Cruz as Katherine, a rogue agent and Sebastian's nemesis.
>Rebel Wilson as Lindsey, Nobby's girlfriend.
>Isla Fisher as Margaret.
>Annabelle Wallis as Marianne.
>The Other Side of the Door (March 11, 2016)
Directed by Johannes Roberts.
Maria, a grieving mother struggling to overcome the death of her son Oliver, decides to conduct a ritual that could allow her to reunite with him once more, but things go wrong, and Oliver returns as a vengeful spirit that begins tormenting Maria, her husband Michael and the couple's living daughter, Lucy.
>Sarah Wayne Callies as Maria.
>Jeremy Sisto as Michael.
>Sofia Rosinsky as Lucy.
>Jax Malcolm as Oliver.
>Javier Botet as Myrtu, a master occultist.
>Valencia (March 11, 2016).
Directed by Dan Trachtenberg.
After a car accident, a woman finds herself confined to Valencia, an underground cellar operated by a conspiracy theorist who claims the surface has been rendered inhintabitable by a chemical attack. Tensions mount as the woman demands to be released nevertheless, while struggling to discover if the end of world was real or just a paranoid delusion.
>Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
>The Divergent Series: Allegiant (March 18, 2016).
Directed by Robert Schwentke.
Tris Prior and her allies venture into their final battle with the Bureau and uncover the secrets behind their society.
>Shailene Woodley as Tris Prior.
>Theo James as Tobias "Four" Eaton.
>Ansel Elgort as Caleb Prior, Tris' brother.
>Miles Teller as Peter, Tris' rival.
>Ben Lamb as Edward, Tris' friend.
>Zoe Kravitz as Christina, Tris' friend.
>Maggie Q as Tori, Tris' ally.
>Octavia Spencer as Johanna Reyes, the leader of Amity.
>Daniel Dae Kim as Jack Kang, the leader of Candor.
>Ray Stevenson as Marcus Eaton, Four's abusive father.
>Naomi Watts as Evelyn Eaton, Four's manipulative mother.
>Jeff Daniels as David, the leader of the Bureau, the shadowy organization that created the Divergents.
>Midnight Special (March 18, 2016).
Directed by Jeff Nichols.
Widower Roy discovers that his son Alton has supernatural powers and the two go on run from shadowy forces seeking to abduct him.
>Michael Shannon as Roy.
>Jaeden Lieberher as Alton.
>Miracles From Heaven (March 18, 2016)
Directed by Patricia Riggen.
Christy Beam discovers her 10-year-old daughter Anna has a rare, incurable disease, and becomes a ferocious advocate for her daughter's healing as she searches for a solution. After Anna has a freak accident, an extraordinary miracle unfolds in the wake of her dramatic rescue that leaves medical specialists mystified, her family restored and their community inspired.
>Jennifer Garner as Christy Beam.
>Kylie Rogers as Anna Beam.
>Martin Henderson as Kevin Beam, Christy's husband.
>Brighton Sharbino as Abby Beam, Anna's sister.
>John Caroll Lynch as Pastor Scott.
>Queen Latifah as Angela, a soulful waitress that bonds with Christy and her family.
>I Saw the Light (March 25, 2016)
Directed by Marc Abraham.
Chronicles of the meteoric rise and unexpected death of country music singer Hank Williams and his troubled relationships with the women of his life.
>Tom Hiddleston as Hank Williams.
>Elizabeth Olsen as Audrey Sheppard Williams, Hank's wife, manager, and duet partner.
>Wrenn Schmidt as Bobbie Jett, who has a short-lived relationship with Hank after his divorce from Audrey, and gives birth to their daughter, Jett Williams.
>Maddie Hasson as Billie Jean, a 19-year-old pursued by Hank after his divorce from Audrey and eventually becomes his second wife and widow.
>Cherry Jones as Lillie Skipper Williams, Hank's mother.
>David Krumholtz as James Dolan, a New York journalist who decides to write about Hank.
>Bradley Whitford as Fred Rose, songwriter who co-wrote several songs with Hank.
>My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (March 26, 2016).
Directed by Kirk Jones.
The Portalokos family prepares for a new wedding.
>Nia Vardalos as Toula Portalokos-Miller.
>John Corbett as Ian Miller, Toula's husband.
>Elana Kampouris as Paris Miller, Toula and Ian's daughter.
>Lainie Kazan as Maria Portalokos, Toula's mother.
>Michael Constantine as Kostas "Gus" Portalokos, Toula's father.
>Andrea Martin as Voula Portalokos, Toula's aunt.
>Louis Mandylor as Nick Portalokos, Toula's brother.
>Gia Carides as Nikki Portalokos, Toula's cousin.
>Joey Fatone as Angelo Portalokos, Toula's cousin.
>Ian Gomez as Mike, Ian's best friend.
>Superman V Batman: Dawn of Justice (March 26, 2016).
Directed by Zack Snyder.
Fearing the actions of a godlike being left unchecked, the vigilante known as "Batman" launches preemptive strike against the mighty Superman, while the world wrestles with what kind of a hero the Humanity really needs. With Batman and Superman fighting each other, a new threat emerges in Doomsday, a unstoppable monster created by billionaire Lex Luthor. Its up to Superman and Batman to set aside their difference and, along with Wonder Woman, stop Luthor's machinations.
>Henry Cavill as Clark Kent / Superman.
>Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne / Batman.
>Gal Gadot as Diana / Wonder Woman.
>Amy Adams as Lois Lane, a reporter for the Daily Planet and Superman's girlfriend.
>Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth, Batman's loyal butler and surrogate father.
>Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, editor-in-chief of the Daily Planet.
>Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Superman's adoptive mother.
>Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, CEO of LexCorp and Superman's nemesis.
>Tao Okamoto as Mercy Graves, Luthor's assistant.
>Holly Hunter as Senator Caroline Finch, Luthor's ally.
>Callan Mulvey as Anatoly Kniazev, Luthor's head of security.
>The Disappointments Room (March 26, 2016).
Directed by DJ Caruso.
Widower Dana and her troubled teenage son Ben move to a house in the countryside, where Dana becomes obsessed with a locked room in the attic. She finds out it is a "Dissapointments Room", where wealthy families kept their undesirable, mishapen children. Soon, Dana discovers she is connected to the secrets of the Disappointments Room in more sinister ways that she can imagine.
>Kate Beckinsale as Dana.
>Lucas Till as Ben.
>Collide (April 1, 2016)
Directed by Eran Creevy.
Casey volunteers to be the getaway driver in a drug smuggling operation run by excentric mobster Geran, in order to cover the medical expenses of his girlfriend, Juliette, but is set up and ends up with a briefcase stolen from vicious criminal Hagen Kahl, racing against time to save Juliette from both sides.
>Nicholas Hoult as Casey.
>Felicity Jones as Juliette.
>Ben Kingsley as Geran.
>Anthony Hopkins as Hagen Kahl.
>Keeping Up With the Jones (April 1, 2016).
Directed by Greg Mottola.
A unfulfilled suburban couple becomes embroiled in an international conspiracy when they discover that their sexy, seemingly perfect new neighbors are spies.
>Rings (April 1, 2016)
Directed by F. Javier Gutierrez.
Gabriel, a manipulative college professor obsessed with the occult, acquires the cursed videotape bound to the malevolent ghost of Samara and exposes an unwitting teenage couple, Holt and Sky, to it in order to document their nightmarish ordeal.
>Alex Roe as Holt.
>Aimee Teegarden as Sky.
>Johnny Galecki as Gabriel.
>Zach Roerig as Carter.
>Laura Wiggins as Faith.
>Bonnie Morgan as Samara.
>Green Room (April 1, 2016)
Directed by Jeremy Saulnier.
A young punk rock band find themselves trapped in a secluded venue after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence committed by a gang of neo-nazis, who begin to restlessly torment them.
>Anton Yelchin as Pat, a member of the band.
>Imogen Poots as Amber, a member of the band.
>Alia Shawkat as Sam, a member of the band.
>Callum Turner as Tiger, a member of the band.
>Patrick Stewart as Darcy, the leader of the gang.
>Kai Lennox as Clark, a member of the gang.
>Joe Cole as Reece, a member of the gang.
>Mark Webber as Daniel, a member of the gang.
>Eric Edelstein as Big Justin, a member of the gang.
>Before I Wake (April 8, 2016)
Directed by Mike Flanagan.
Young couple Mark and Jessie are tormented by horrific nightmares brought to life by their newly-adopted young son, Cody, who posseses supernatural powers beyond reason or control.
>Thomas Jane as Mark.
>Kate Bosworth as Jessie.
>Jacob Tremblay as Cody.
>Dash Mihook as Whelan.
>Annabeth Gish as Natalie.
>Justin Gordon as Dr. Tennant.
>The Boss (April 8, 2016).
Directed by Ben Falcone.
Domineering businesswoman Michelle Darnell is sent to prison after she's caught for insider trading. Years later, she emerges ready to rebrand herself as America's latest sweetheart, but it proves to be no easy task.
>Melissa McCarthy as Michelle Darnell.
>Demolition (April 8, 2016).
Directed by Jean-Marc Valleé.
Investment banker Davis Mitchell, struggling to understand his emotional disconnect after the tragic death of his wife, begins to tear apart his life in an effort to see where he went wrong and is ultimately rescued by Karen Moreno, a single mother he meets in a chance encounter.
>Jake Gyllenhall as Davis Mitchell.
>Naomi Watts as Karen Moreno.
>Judah Lewis as Chris Moreno, Karen's son.
>Heather Lind as Julia Mitchell, Davis' dead wife.
>Chris Cooper as Phil Mitchell, Davis' father.
>Polly Draper as Margot Mitchell, Davis' mother.
>Elvis & Nixon (April 15, 2015)
Directed by Liza Johnson.
On the morning of December 21, 1970, actor-singer Elvis Presley shows up to the White House and requests for an urgent meeting with President Richard Nixon, to swear him in as an undercover agent in the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.
>Michael Shannon as Elvis Presley.
>Kevin Spacey as Richard Nixon.
>Alex Pettyfer as Jerry Schilling, Elvis' friend.
>Colin Hanks as Egil Krogh, an attorney affiliated with the White House.
>Evan Peters as Dwight Chapin, Nixon's Deputy Assistant.
>Tate Donovan as H.R. Haldeman, White House's Chief of Staff.
>Amityville: The Awakening (April 15, 2016)
Directed by Franck Khalfoun.
Single mother Joan moves her three children Belle, Marissa and Juliet into a house haunted by malevolent spirits that soon possess the young James to torment the family.
>Jennifer Jason Leigh as Joan.
>Bella Thorne as Belle.
>Taylor Spreitler as Marissa.
>Mckenna Grace as Juliet.
>Cameron Monaghan as James.
>Barbershop: The Next Cut (April 15, 2016).
Directed by Malcolm D. Lee.
Facing financial difficulties, Calvin Palmer is forced to share the neighborhood barbershop, a very male-oriented space, with a trendy new female-oriented beauty shop run by the ambitious Draya, but soon learns smoothing over the transition won't be quite so easy.
>Ice Cube as Calvin Plamer.
>Nicky Minaj as Draya.
>Anthony Anderson as J.D.
>Cedric the Entertainer as Eddie.
>Regina Hall as Angie.
>Eve as Terri.
>Sean Patrick Thomas as Jimmy.
>Troy Garity as Isaac.
>Common as Jabari.
>Lamorne Morris as Jerrod.
>>64703861 Don't care for Bay
>>64703873 Total shit
>>64703920 5% chance this is worth watching. Probably divergent-level trash.
>>64703956 Interesting. Like the actress.
>>64703989 De Niro :'(
>>64704022 I heard about this years ago. Maybe it'll be good. Love Ewan
>>64704087 Weird for Disney. Could go either way.
>>64704130 This could really piss me off if it's bad
>>64704167 Hyped as fuck
>>64704237 I wan't someone to kill Sparks, so no
>>64704318 this got shit reviews already
>>64704359 looks good so far.
>>64704454 will pirate for Brie
>>64704419 should watch the first one sometime. Ferrell's been shit for a while so.
>>64704495 Never heard of this.
>>64704539 No chance
>>64704596 Is this Fiennes related to Ralph? Will probably be shit.
>Everybody Wants Some (April 15, 2016).
Directed by Richards Linklater.
In the 1980's, Jake Bradley receives a baseball scholarship and bonds with the other players of the team as they venture into their college years.
>Blake Jenner as Jake Bradley.
>Zoey Deutch as Beverly, Jake's girlfriend.
>Tyler Hoechlin as McReynolds.
>Ryan Guzman as Roper.
>Glen Powell as Finnegan.
>Wyatt Russell as Willowghby.
>J. Quinton Douglas as Dale.
>Jonathan Breck as Coach Gordon.
>Criminal (April 15, 2016).
Directed by Ariel Vromen.
A dangerous criminal volunteers to have a deceased CIA agent's memories and skills implanted in his brain to complete the agent's mission in exchange for being pardoned for his crimes.
>Kevin Costner as The Criminal.
>Ryan Reynolds as The Agent.
>Gary Oldman as The Director of the CIA.
>Tommy Lee Jones as The Surgeon.
>Gal Gadot as The Agent's Wife.
>Alice Eve as The Criminal's Daughter.
>The Jungle Book (April 15, 2016).
Directed by Jon Favreau.
The tale of Mowgli, an orphaned young boy who is raised by wolves and faces his greatest challenge in the form of vicious tiger Shere Khan.
>Neel Sethi as Mowgli.
>Ben Kingsley as Bagheera, the panther.
>Bill Murray as Baloo, the bear.
>Lupita Nyong'o as Rakcha, the mother wolf.
>Giancarlo Esposito as Akela, the leader wolf.
>Christopher Walken as King Louie, the orangutan.
>Scarlett Johansson as Kaa, the snake.
>Idris Elba as Shere Khan, the tiger.
The ones I'm the most excited about:
- "The Lost City of Z" by James Gray
- "Manchester by the Sea" by Kenneth Lonergan
- "Certain Women" by Kelly Reichardt
- "Demon Me" by Sebastian Silva
- "Right Now, Wrong Then" by Sangsoo Hong
- "Paterson" by Jim Jarmusch
- "Things to Come" by Mia Hansen-Love
- "It's Only the End of the World" by Xavier Dolan
- "The Bride of Rip Van Winkle" by Shunji Iwai
- "Shin Gojira" by Hideaki Anno & Shinji Higuchi
- "Weightless" by Terrence Malick
- "Wiener-Dog" by Todd Solondz
- "In a Valley of Violence" by Ti West
- "Little Men" by Ira Sachs
- "Operation Avalanche" by Matt Johnson
- "American Honey" by Andrea Arnold
- "The Alchemist Cookbook" by Joel Potrykus
- "Slack Bay" by Bruno Dumont
>The Huntsman: Winter's War (April 22, 2016).
Directed by Cedric Nicholas-Troyan.
Eric, the Huntsman, is hired to retrieve Queen Ravenna's magic mirror, which has been stolen, and ends up on a collision course with Ravenna's vengeful sister Freya, the Snow Queen.
>Chris Hemsworth as Eric, the Huntsman.
>Jessica Chastain as Sara, the warrior.
>Nick Frost as Nion, the Dwarf.
>Sam Claflin as Prince William.
>Charlize Theron as Queen Ravenna.
>Emily Blunt as Freya, the Snow Queen.
>Keanu (April 22, 2016).
Directed by Peter Atencio.
To recover Keanu, a runaway cat belonging to an attractive neighbor, two friends are forced to pass for drug dealers and get into trouble with a local gang.
- "A Lullaby for the Sorrowful Mystery" by Lav Diaz
- "Love and Friendship" by Whit Stillman
- "Lovesong" by So-yong Kim
- "Evolution" by Lucile Hadzihalilovic
- "Abby Singer/Songwriter" / "Catfight" by Onur Tukel
- "The Whispering Star" / "Shinjuku Swan" / "Love & Peace" by Sion Sono
- "Journey to the Shore" / "The Woman in the Silver Plate" / "Creepy" by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
- "Everybody Wants Some" by Richard Linklater
- "Sully" by Clint Eastwood
- "Personal Shopper" by Olivier Assayas
- "The Light Between Oceans" / "Metalhead" by Derek Cianfrance
- "Bloomin Mud Shuffle" by Frank V. Ross
- "The Ever After" by Mark Webber
- "High-Rise" / "Free Fire" by Ben Wheatley
- "Salt & Fire" by Werner Herzog
- "High Life" by Claire Denis
- "The Neon Demon" by Nicolas Winding Refn
- "Hail, Caesar!" by the Coen bros.
- "Silence" by Martin Scorsese
- "The BFG" by Steven Spielberg
- Untitled Project by Woody Allen
- "The Disaster Artist" / "Zeroville" / "Tenn" / "Bukowski" / "The Sound and the Fury" / "I Think You're Totally Wrong: A Quarrel" / "In Dubious Battle" / "The Long Home" by James Franco
>Nine Lives (April 29, 2016).
Directed by Barry Sonnefeld.
Uptight businessman Felix Grant finds himself trapped in the family cat's body.
>Christopher Walken as Felix Grant.
>Mother's Day (April 29, 2016).
Directed by Gary Marshall.
Chronicles the intersecting lives of several families celebrating Mother's Day.
>Julia Roberts as Miranda.
>Jennifer Aniston as Sandy.
>Kate Hudson as Jesse.
>Hillary Duff as Stella.
>Sarah Chalke as Gabi.
>Margo Martindale as Flo.
>Emma Roberts as Jade.
>Lucy Walsh as Jody.
>Britt Robertson as Kristin.
>Gianna Simone as Val.
>Shay Mitchell as Tina.
>Loni Love as Kimberly.
>Jason Sudeikis as Bradley.
>Timothy Olyphant as Henry.
>Aasiv Mandvi as Russell.
>Jack Whitehall as Zack.
>Cameron Esposito as Max.
>Jon Lovitz as Jackie.
Notable dark horses:
- "The Childhood of a Leader" by Brady Corbet
- "Hacksaw Ridge" by Mel Gibson
- "War Machine" by David Michod
- "How to Talk to Girls At Parties" by John Cameron Mitchell
- "Special Correspondents" / "Life on the Road" by Ricky Gervais
- "Sing Street" by John Carney
- "20th Century Women" by Mike Mills
- "Fires on the Plain" by Shin'ya Tsukamoto
- "The Grief of Others" by Patrick Wang
- "Hunt For The Wilderpeople" by Taiki Waititi
- "The Witch" by Robert Eggers
- "Green Room" by Jeremy Saulnier
- "Masterminds" by Jared Hess
- "Cosmos" by Andrzej Zulawski
- "The Darkest Universe" by Tom Kingsley & Will Sharpe
- "De Palma" by Noah Baumbach & Jake Paltrow
- "La Blessure" by Abdellatif Kechiche
- "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiars" by Tim Burton
- "Zoolander 2" by Ben Stiller
- "The Handmaid" by Park Chan-wook
>Same Kind of Different As Me (April 29, 2016).
Directed by Michael Carney.
Art dealer Ron Hall and modern-day slave Denver Moore meet through Ron's charitable wife, Deborah Hall, whom Denver has volunteered to help in her ministry. When Deborah finds out she has cancer, Ron and Denver join forces to help her in her battle.
>Greg Kinnear as Ron Hall.
>Renee Zellwegger as Deborah Hall.
>Olivia Holt as Regan Hall, Ron and Deborah's daughter.
>Djimon Hounsou as Denver Moore.
>Stephanie Leigh Schmuld.
>Captain America: Civil War (May 6, 2016).
Directed by Joe & Anthony Russo.
An international incident involving Captain America and the New Avengers results in collateral damage, prompting politicians to form a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when the heroes will be allowed to operate, which results in the fracturing of the team into two opposing factions – one led by Captain America, who wishes to operate without regulation, and one led by Iron Man, who supports government oversight – while they attempt to protect the world from a new enemy.
>Chris Evans as Steve Rogers / Captain America.
>Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark / Iron Man.
>Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow, who sides with Iron Man.
>Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson / Falcon, who sides with Captain America.
>Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa / Black Panther, who sides with Iron Man.
>Sebastian Stan as James "Bucky" Barnes / Winter Soldier, who sides with Captain America.
>Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton / Hawkeye, who sides with Captain America.
>Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch, who sides with Captain America.
>Paul Rudd as Scott Lang / Ant-Man, who sides with Captain America.
>Don Cheadle as James Rhodes / War Machine, who sides with Iron Man.
>Paul Bettany as the Vision, who sides with Iron Man.
>Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man, who sides with Iron Man.
>Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter, a CIA agent.
>Martin Freeman as Everett Ross, a government operative.
>William Hurt as Secretary of State Thaddeus Ross.
>Frank Grillo as Brock Rumlow / Crossbones, the enforcer of HYDRA.
>Daniel Bruhl as Baron Helmut Zemo, the leader of HYDRA.
>Going In Style (May 6, 2016).
Directed by Ted Melfi and Zach Braff.
Willie, Joe and Albert, three senior citizens tired of the monotony of retirement, decide to rob a bank.
>Morgan Freeman as Willie.
>Michael Caine as Joe.
>Alan Arkin as Albert.
>The Free State of Jones (May 13, 2016).
Directed by Gary Ross.
In 1863, after surviving the Battle of Corinth, Newton Knight, a poor farmer from Mississippi, lead a group of Confederate deserters in setting up a free state, Jones County, and turns them against the Confederacy during the Civil War.
>Matthew McConaughey as Newton Knight.
>Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Rachel Knight, Newton's wife.
>Keri Russell as Serena Knight, Newton's sister.
>Mahershala Ali as Moses Washington, Newton's right-hand man and best friend.
>Matthew Lintz as Matthew Yates, Newton's young protege.
>Together, they navigate the male-oriented and extremely dangerous world of wartime correspondence
>>64704629 Big potential
>>64704879 Please be good, need some horror
>>64704908 Good cast, might be fun
>>64704951 fucking finally, Malick hype
>>64704994 fuck off
>>64705016 is this a comedy, or is Tina Fey going dramatic? I love Martin Freeman either way
>>64705053 fuck me that's a good looking cast. Coleman and Clarke in one film, I might day. Also Charles Dance.
>>64705089 Conflicted, sick of Sasha, like Mark Strong
>>64705158 Fucking wish this film was just MEW and Goodman. That would be amazing.
>>64705189 First one was an abortion. Never saw 2. Jeff Daniels is better than this.
>>64705226 Sounds interesting, Shannon never disappoints
>>64705267 Don't care
>>64705293 Eagerly anticipate the WEBMs of Lizzie being Lizzie
>>64705332 Bit late.
>>64705413 Shot their own hype in the head via promotionals. Not fun, and not smart. Boring
>>64705455 weird concept
>>64705479 awesome cast, uninspiring synopsis
>>64705510 Hamm can't make up for Wonder Skeleton and Galifinakis
>>64705538 fucks sake
>>64705577 Poots and Maeby, not sure about the plot
>>64705619 how original
>>64705855 pretty excited desu
>>64705888 not worth it, even for Bella
>>64705938 Minaj should stick to her softcore videos, probably makes her more money and brings me more joy
>Kidnap (May 13, 2016).
Directed by Luis Prieto.
Single mother Helen McCoy obssessively searches for her son, Frankie, after he is kidnapped in a shopping mall.
>Halle Berry as Helen McCoy.
>Sage Correa as Frankie McCoy.
>Money Monster (May 13, 2016).
Directed by Jodie Foster.
Lee Gates is a TV personality whose insider tips have made him the money guru of Wall Street. When Kyle loses all of his family's money on a bad tip, he holds Lee and his entire show hostage on air threatening to kill Lee if he does not get the stock up 24 and a half points before the bell. Ratings soar as the entire country tunes in to this media frenzy to find out just how much a man's life is worth. Meanwhile, the hostage situation sheds light on a possible scandal involving the company in question.
>George Clooney as Lee Gates.
>Jack O'Connell as Kyle Budwell.
>Julia Roberts as Patty Fern, Lee's producer.
>Dominic West as Walt Camby, a corporate representative.
>Giancarlo Esposito as SWAT Captain Marcus Powell.
>Caitriona Balfe as Diane Lester.
>Dennis Boutsikaris as James Goodloe.
>Olivia Luccardi as Arlene.
>Emily Meade as Molly.
>Snowden (May 13, 2016)
Directed by Oliver Stone.
Cinebiography of Edward Snowden, the american computer analyst affiliated with the CIA who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency to the newspaper The Guardian in 2013.
>Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden.
>Shailene Woodley as Lindsay Mills, Snowden's girlfriend.
>Zachary Quinto as Glenn Greenwald, a journalist for The Guardian who published Snowden's intel.
>Tom Wilkinson as Ewen McAskill, a journalist for The Guardian who published Snowden's intel.
>Melissa Leo as Laura Poitras, an acclaimed documentarist who contributed to The Guardian's exposé.
>Maggie's Plan (May 20, 2016)
Directed by Rebecca Miller.
Maggie is a independent and determined young woman who lives in New York City and decides have a child on her own. However, her plans are derailed when she falls in love with the soulful John, inadvertly destroying his volatile marriage to the brilliant Georgette.
>Greta Gerwing as Maggie.
>Ethan Hawke as John.
>Julianne Moore as Georgette.
>Bill Hader as Tony.
>Travis Fimmel as Guy.
>Maya Rudolph as Felicia.
>Neighbors 2: Sororoty Rising (May 20, 2016).
Directed by Nicholas Stoller.
Mac and Kelly Radner are forced to recruit their former nemesis Teddy Sanders and his fraternity brothers to help them fend off a sorority that has moved next door and launched a campaign to drive them out of the neighborhood so they can annex their house.
>Seth Rogen as Mac Radner.
>Rose Byrne as Kelly Radner.
>Elise Vargas as Stella Radner, Mac and Kelly's daughter.
>Zac Effron as Teddy Sanders.
>Dave Franco as Pete Ragazolli, Teddy's best friend.
>Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Scoonie, Teddy and Pete's friend.
>Ike Barimholtz as Jimmy Blevins, Mac's best friend.
>Carla Gallo as Paula Blevins, Jimmy's wife.
>Lisa Kudrow as Dean Carol Gladstone.
>Chloe Grace Moretz as Madison, the head of the sorority.
>Selena Gomez as Caitlin, the sorority's second-in-command.
>The Nice Guys (May 20, 2016).
Directed by Shane Black.
In the 1970's, enforcer Jackson Healy and private detective Holland March are hired to locate Amelia Stanton, daughter of Department of Justice official Julia Stanton, and uncover a conspiracy that reaches the highest echelons of the government.
>Russell Crowe as Jackson Healy.
>Ryan Goslin as Holland March.
>Angorie Rice as Holly March, Holland's daughter.
>Margaret Qualley as Amelia Stanton.
>Kim Basinger as Julia Stanton.
>Matt Bomer as The Hitman.
>Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass (May 27, 2016).
Directed by James Bobin.
Alice Kingsleigh returns to Wonderland to help the Mad Hatter fight his old enemy, Time, who trapped him in his tea party years before.
>Mia Wasikowska as Alice Kingsleigh.
>Ed Speelers as James Harcourt, a human who accompanies Alice to Wonderland.
>Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter.
>Rhys Ifans as Zanik Hightopp, the Mad Hatter's father.
>Anne Hathaway as the White Queen.
>Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen.
>Michael Sheen as the White Rabbit.
>Stephen Fry as the Cheshire Cat.
>Alan Rickman as the Blue Caterpillar.
>Matt Lucas as Tweedledee and Tweedledun.
>John Sessions as Humpty Dumpty.
>Toby Jones as Wilkins.
>Timothy Spall as Bayard.
>Sacha Baron Cohen as Time.
>X-Men: Apocalypse (May 27, 2016).
Directed by Bryan Singer.
Since ancient times the first and most powerful mutant, Apocalypse, has been worshipped as a god. When he awakens after several millennia, Apocalypse is disillusioned with the modern world and recruits a team of mutants to "cleanse" humanity and create a new world order, forcing Charles Xavier to lead a team of young X-Men to save humanity.
>James McAvoy as Charles Xavier / Professor X.
>Michael Fassbender as Erik Lensherr / Magneto.
>Jennifer Lawrence as Raven Darkholme / Mystique.
>Nicholas Hoult as Hank McCoy / Beast.
>Lucas Till as Alex Summers / Havok.
>Rose Byrne as Moira McTaggert.
>Tye Sheridan as Scott Summers / Cyclops.
>Sophie Turner as Jean Grey.
>Alexandra Shipp as Ororo Munroe / Storm.
>Kodi Smith-McPhee as Kurt Wagner / Nightcrawler.
>Lana Candor as Jubilation Lee / Jubilee.
>Evan Peters as Peter Maximoff / Quicksilver.
>Ben Hardy as Warren Worthington III / Angel.
>Olivia Munn as Betsy Braddock / Psylocke.
>Thomas Lemarquis as Caliban.
>Oscar Isaac as En Sabah Nur / Apocalypse.
>USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (May 27, 2016).
Directed by Mario Van Peebles.
The USS Indianapolis becomes stranded in the Philippine Sea for five days after delivering the atomic weapons that would eventually end WWII. As they await rescue, the crew endures extreme thirst, hunger, and relentless shark attacks.
>Nicolas Cage as Captain McVay.
>Tom Sizemore as McWhorther.
>Thomas Jane as Gwinn.
>Matt Lanter as Bama.
>Cody Walker as West.
>>64705972 Linklater is hit and miss. Fuck Boyhood.
>>64706015 Fucking Skelly Woman again. Will see for grumpy TLJ
>>64706055 CG looks good so far
>>64706098 probably dumb fun
>>64706134 i like these two so
>>64706168 Spacey is busy
>>64706252 no feelings either way
>>64706300 Hopeful, Winter Soldier was great
>>64706345 RT score of 40%, calling it
>>64706403 trailer looked pretty disappointing
>>64706485 Halle Berry has been poison for a while now
>Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (June 3, 2016).
Directed by David Green.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and their human ally April O'Neil join forces with mysterious vigilante Casey Jones to prevent their archenemey, the Shredder, from using the Mutagen to create an army of monsters to take over New York City.
>Megan Fox as April O'Neil
>Stephen Amell as Casey Jones.
>Johnny Knoxville as Leonardo.
>Alan Richtson as Raphael.
>Jeremy Howard as Donatello.
>Noel Fisher as Michelangelo.
>Tony Shalhoub as Master Splinter.
>Tyler Perry as Dr. Baxter Stockman, a corrupt scientist affiliated with the Shredder.
>William Fichtner as Eric Sachs, a corrupt businessman affiliated with the Shredder..
>Brittany Ishibashi as Karai, the Shredder's apprentice.
>Brian Tee as Oruko Saki / The Shredder.
>Gary Anthony Williams as Bebop, a hoodlum turned mutated criminal by the Shredder.
>Stephen Farrelly as Rocksteady, a hoodlum turned mutated criminal by the Shredder.
Leaving aside the obvious yes movies (Coen brothers, etc), these are solid maybes.
>Conner4Real (June 3, 2016).
Directed by Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer.
After his latest album bombs and ruins his career, rapper Conner is forced to return to his hometown and reunite with the members of his old boy band in a desperate attempt to relaunch himself in the music world.
>Andy Samberg as Conner.
>The Sound of Life (2016)
Directed by Steven Spielberg.
During World War II, Noah, a closeted homosexual Jewish musician, is sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp for challenging the Nazi party, and dedicates himself to protecting a young prisoner, Sira, while also reconnecting with his childhood friend Hugo, now a Nazi soldier also struggling with his homosexuality. As the Holocaust looms, Noah decides to write a final piece to leave as his legacy.
>Leonardo DiCaprio as Noah.
>Alexander Skarsgard as Hugo.
>Lupita N'yongo as Sira.
>Daniel Day-Lewis as Hiram, Noah's abusive father.
>Meryl Streep as Ana, Noah's absent mother.
>Cate Blanchett as Monica, Noah's suffering sister.
>Eddie Redmayne as Herschel, Noah's awkward assistant.
>Chiwetel Ejiofor as Leroy, Sira's husband.
>Tilda Swinton as Adolf Hitler.
>Now You See Me: The Second Act (June 10, 2016).
Directed by Justin Lin.
One year after outwitting the FBI and winning the public’s adulation with their mind-bending spectacles, the Four Horsemen resurface only to find themselves face to face with their old enemy Arthur Tressler, who enlists them to pull off their most dangerous heist yet.
>Jesse Eisemberg as J. Daniel Atlas.
>Dave Franco as Jack Wilder.
>Woody Harrelson as Merritt McKinney.
>Mark Ruffalo as Dylan Rhodes.
>Morgan Freeman as Thaddeus Bradley.
>Michael Caine as Arthur Tressler.
>Lizzy Kaplan as Luna, a new member of the Four Horsemen.
>Daniel Radcliffe as Walter Tressler, Arthur's son.
>Sanaa Latham as Natalie Austin, an FBI agent on the Four Horsemen's trail.
>Jay Chou as Li, Austin's partner.
>The Conjuring: The Enfield Poltergeist (June 10, 2016).
Directed by James Wan.
Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren are called to help single mother Peggy Hodgon and her four children, who are being tormented by paranormal activity in the town of Enfield, England.
>Vera Farmiga as Lorraine Warren.
>Patrick Wilson as Ed Warren.
>Frances O'Connor as Peggy Hodgson.
>Madison Wolfe as Janet Hodgson.
>Lauren Esposito as Margaret Hodgson.
>Patrick McAuley as Johnny Hodgson.
>Benjamin Haigh as Billy Hodgson.
>During World War II, Noah, a closeted homosexual Jewish musician
>WarCraft (June 10, 2016).
Directed by Duncan Jones.
In an ancient world, human warrior Anduin Lothar and Orc commander Durotan struggle to prevent the looming war between their people for control of the kingdom of Azeroth.
>Travis Fimmel as Anduin Lothar, a brave warrior of the Alliance who has sacrificed everything to protect the kingdom of Azeroth.
>Toby Kebbell as Durotan, Chieftan of the Frostwolf Orc Clan, dedicated to save his people from extinction.
>Ben Foster as Medivh, a powerful sorcerer and the guardian of Azeroth.
>Paula Patton as Garona, a strong-willed survivor caught between the Alliance and the Horde.
>Ben Schnetzer as Khadgar, a gifted young mage and Medivh's apprentice.
>Ryan Robbins as Karos, a vicious commander of the armies of Azeroth who believes all Orcs should be destroyed.
>Dominic Cooper as King Llnae Wrynn, ruler of Azeroth.
>Ruth Negga as Lady Taria, the Royal Queen of Stormwind and King Wrynn's loyal advisor and lover.
>Robert Kazinsky as Orgrim, a brave Orc warrior destined to wield the weapon known as "Doomhammer".
>Clancy Brown as Blackhand, a barbaric Orc warlord and Durotan's rival for control of the Frostwolf Clan.
>Daniel Wu as Gul'dan, a supreme orc ruler, fueled by a dark magic that even he cannot control.
>Shut In (June 17, 2016).
Directed by Farren Blackburn.
Mary, a widowed child psychiatrist, relocates to New England, where she is caught by a devastating snowstorm that leaves her trapped in her cabin. Upon learning that a local boy is lost in the wilderness, though, she decides to venture onto the harsh terrain to find him before it's too late, only to learn things may not be what they seem.
>Naomi Watts as Mary.
>Central Intelligence (June 17, 2016).
Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber.
Milquetoast accountant Jason reconnects with his old friend Bob through Facebook, and is thrown into the world of international espionage as Bob reveals himself to be a CIA operative on a dangerous mission.
>Kevin Hart as Jason.
>Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as Bob.
>The Shallows (June 24, 2016)
Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra.
A young woman, Alex, becomes stranded alone on a buoy with a great white shark circling the waters between her and the shore.
>Blake Lively as Alex.
>Òscar Janaeda as The Fisherman.
>Independence Day: Resurgence (June 24, 2016).
Directed by Roland Emmerich.
20 years after the first Independence Day invasion, Earth is attacked by an armada of extraterrestrial scavengers answering a distress signal from the original ship. It rests on the shoulders of a group of soldiers and scientists armed with weaponry reverse-engineered from the remains of the original attack to defend the human race and their world.
>Jessie Usher as Captain Dylan Hiller, a pilot and Steven Hiller's foster son.
>Liam Hemsworth as Captain Jake Morrison, a pilot and Dylan's best friend.
>Maika Moore as Patricia Whitmore, a government operative and Jake's girlfriend.
>Joey King as Sam Morrison, Jake's younger sister.
>Grace Huag as Captain Lin Tang, a friend of Dylan and Jake.
>Bill Pullman as Thomas Whitmore, former President of the United States and Patricia's father.
>Vivica A. Fox as Jasmine Hiller, Dylan's mother.
>Jeff Goldblum as David Levinson, computer programmer for the United States government.
>Judd Hirsch as Julius Levinson, David's father.
>Brent Spinner as Dr. Brakish Okun, an excentric xenobiologist.
>Charlotte Gainsborough as Dr. Catherine Marceau, a renowed xenobiologist.
>William Fichtner as General Adams.
>Sela Ward as President Lanford.
>The Lonely Servants (2016)
Directed by Damian Chazelle.
In 1958, famous actresses Victoria Stanton and Juliette Lane engage in a illicit affair that could ruin their careers. To protect themselves from the persecution of Victoria's conservative husband, politician Anthony Stanton, who fears his wife's infidelity and homosexuality could ruin his political career, the two women decide to seduce Anthony's sullen private mechanic, Dobbs Lanton, to kill Anthony, but things spiral out of control when Dobbs reveals himself to be much more dangerous than it appears.
>Amber Heard as Victoria Stanton.
>Kate Mara as Juliette Lane.
>Timothy Olyphant as Anthony Stanton.
>Ryan Gosling as Dobbs Lanton.
>The Legend of Tarzan (July 1, 2016).
Directed by David Yates.
John Clayton III was once Tarzan, raised by apes in the jungles of Africa. Years after being re-assimilated into society and returning to London with his wife, Jane Porter, Clayton is asked by Queen Victoria to investigate strange occurrences in Congo and joins forces with ex-mercenary George Washington Williams to save Africa from Captain Leon Rom, a cruel warlord who is enslaving the locals and endangering the wildlife to exploit secret diamond mines.
>Alexander Skarsgard as John Clayton / Tarzan.
>Margot Robbie as Jane Porter.
>Samuel L. Jackson as George Washington Williams.
>John Hurt as Professor Arquimedes Porter, Jane's father.
>Christoph Waltz as Captain Rom.
>Djimon Hounson as Chief Mbonga, an old enemy of Tarzan who joins forces with Captain Rom.
>The BFG (July 1, 2016).
Directed by Steven Spielberg.
A young girl, Sophie, meets a Big Friendly Giant who takes her on a trip to the land of the giants to stop the man-eating giants who have been invading the Earth.
>Mark Rylance as the Big Friendly Giant.
>Ruby Barnhill as Sophie.
>Rebecca Hall as Mary, Sophie's mother.
>Bill Hader as John, Sophie's father.
>Penelope Wilton as the Queen of England.
>Jermaine Clement as the King of Giants.
>The Purge: Origin (April 1, 2016).
Directed by James DeMonaco.
Chronicles the first Purge and the secrets of the New Founding Fathers.
>Frank Grillo as Sergeant Leo Barnes, a police officer who struggles to maintain order during the Purge.
>Elizabeth Mitchell as Charlie Rowan, a doctor caught in the Purge.
>Michael K. Williams as Carmelo, the leader of an organization that opposes the Purge.
>Aldis Hodge as Dwayne, Carmelo's right-hand man.
>Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (July 8, 2016).
Directed by Jake Szymanski.
Brothers Mike and Dave place an online ad seeking dates for a wedding that accidentally goes viral and brings trouble to their doorstep.
>Zac Efron as Mike Stangle.
>Adam DeVine as Dave Stangle.
>Stephen Root as Burt Stangle, Mike and Dave's father.
>Anna Kendrick as Tatiana.
>Aubrey Plaza as Alice.
>The Lake (July 15, 2016).
Directed by Steven Quale.
A group of Navy SEALs attempt to solve a long-forgotten mystery while uncovering an immense treasure hidden in a lake in war-torn Serbia.
>Bill Hader as John
>Jermaine Clement as the King of Giants
Bill Hader is the bloodbottler and Jermaine Clement is Fleshlumpeater
Oh Jesus christ, get educated! MUG
What in fuck is up with the color grading on this shit, jesus fucking christ, my eyes hurt
>La La Land (July 15, 2016).
Directed by Damien Chazelle.
Sebastian, a world-weary jazz pianist, falls for Mia, an ingenue aspiring actress newly-arrived to Los Angeles.
>Ryan Gosling as Sebastian.
>Emma Stone as Mia.
>Finn Wittrock as Greg.
>J.K. Simmons as Boss.
>Ghostbusters (July 22, 2016).
Directed by Paul Feig.
Erin Gilbert and Abby Yates are a pair of unheralded authors who write a book positing the existence of ghosts, which resurfaces just as Gilbert lands a prestigious teaching position at Columbia University, causing her to laughed out of academia. She then reunites with Yates, who has become a paranormal researcher along with nuclear engineer Jillian Holtzman, and the trio joins forces with Patty Tolman, a subway worker unexpectedly caught in a series of unexplained paranormal events, to fight death row inmate Rowan Kradek, who has raised an army of the undead to destroy the world.
>Kristen Wiig as Erin Gilbert.
>Melissa McCarthy as Abby Yates.
>Kate McKinnon as Jillian Holtzmann.
>Leslie Jones as Patty Tolan.
>Neil Casey as Rowan Kradek.
>Chris Hemsworth as Kevin, the Ghostbusters' secretary.
>Michael K. Williams as Hawkins, a government agent.
>Matt Walsh as Walsh, a government agent.
>Andy Garcia as Mayor Arthur Romero.
>Lights Out (July 22, 2016)
Directed by David F. Sandberg.
A young woman, Diana, is tormented by a creature that only emerges in darkness.
>Teresa Palmer as Diana.
>Emily Alyn Reid.
>Star Trek Beyond (July 22, 2016).
Directed by Justin Lin.
The USS Enterprise is severely damaged in an ambush and crash-lands in an uncharted planet in the far reaches of space, where extraterrestrial warlord Krell is rallying an army of unknown species from the Frontier to destroy the Federation. It rests on Captain James T. Kirk and his crew to stop him, aided by a mysterious warrior, Jaylah, who has her own agenda.
>Chris Pine as Captain James T. Kirk.
>Zachary Quinto as Spock.
>Zoe Saldana as Nyota Uhura.
>Karl Urban as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy.
>John Cho as Hikaru Sulu.
>Anton Yelchin as Pavel Chekov.
>Simon Pegg as Montgomery "Scotty" Scott.
>Deep Roy as Keenser.
>Sofia Boutella as Jaylah.
>Idris Elba as Krell.
>The Bourne Betrayal (July 29, 2016).
Directed by Paul Greengrass.
Jason Bourne is forced into action one more time when the government finds out he's alive.
>Matt Damon as Jason Bourne.
>Julie Stiles as Nicky Parsons.
>Tommy Lee Jones.
>The Space Between Us (July 29, 2016)
Directed by Peter Chelsom.
Gardner Elliot, a young man raised by scientist in an artificial environment in Mars as part of a groundbreaking experimental colonization efforts, decides to journey to Earth for the first time in his life to find a young woman he has fallen in love with.
>Asa Butterfield as Gardner Elliot.
>Genius (July 29, 2016)
Directed by Michael Grandge
Chronicles the life of Max Perkins, the book editor of the Scribner publishing company, who worked closely with famous authors Thomas Wolfe, Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald as they created their masterpieces.
>Colin Firth as Max Perkins.
>Jude Law as Thomas Wolfe.
>Dominic West as Ernest Hemingway.
>Guy Pearce as F. Scott Fitzgerald.
>Vanessa Kirby as Zelda Fitzgerald.
>Nicole Kidman as Aline Bernstein.
>Laura Linney as Louise Saunders.
>Suicide Squad (August 5, 2016).
Directed by David Ayer.
A team of criminals are recruited to Task-Force X, a black ops paramilitary team, and offered reduced sentences in exchange for executing high-risk missions with low chances of survival for the United States government, earning the nickname "Suicide Squad".
>Will Smith as Floyd Lawton / Deadshot, an expert marksman.
>Margot Robbie as Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn, a deranged criminal.
>Jai Courtney as Digger Harkness / Boomerang, a boomerang-wilding assassin.
>Cara Delevigne as June Moon / Enchantress, a scientist possessed by demoniac forces.
>Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Waylon Jones / Killer Croc, a monstrous enforcer.
>Jay Hernandez as Chato Santana / El Diablo, a pyrokinetic gangster.
>Adam Beach as Christopher Weiss / Slipknot, a mercenary that specializes in ropes.
>Rita Fukuhara as Tatsu Yamashiro / Katana, a government operative and expert martial artist.
>Joel Kinnaman as Colonel Rick Flagg, Task-Force X's liaison with the United States military and team leader.
>Viola Davis as Amanda Waller, the team's handler.
>Jared Leto as the Joker, Harley Quinn's manipulative lover and a criminal mastermind.
>Jim Parrack as Johnny Frost, the Joker's right-hand man.
>Ike Barimholtz as Dr. Hugo Strange, the Joker's psychiatrist.
>Spectral (August 12, 2016).
Directed by Nic Mathieu.
A black ops military team is deployed to destroy the supernatural forces that have taken over New York City.
>James Badge Dale.
>Louis Ozawa Changchien.
>Pete's Dragon (August 12, 2016).
Directed by David Lowery.
A young boy, Pete, seeks refuge from his abusive father with his kindly neighbor Grace and her father, who live in a nearby lighthouse. As they attempt to help Pete, they learn he claims to be guarderd from danger by a dragon that only he can see, and struggle to discover if Pete is delusionional or truly protected by magic.
>Oakes Fegley as Pete.
>Oona Laurence as Natalie.
>Wes Bentley as Jack.
>Karl Urban as Gavin.
>Bryce Dallas Howard as Grace.
>Robert Redford as Grace's Father.
>abusive father, absent mother, suffering sister
>closeted homosexual jewish musician
>protecting an afro-egyptian queen from nazis
>reconnecting with childhood homosexual nazi friend
It's a comedy, right?
>The Neon Demon (August 16, 2016).
Directed by Nicholas Winding Refn.
Aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, where her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has.
>Elle Fanning as Jesse.
>Ben-Hur (August 12, 2016).
Directed by Timur Bekmambetov.
Judah Ben-Hur, a falsely accused nobleman, survives years of slavery to take vengeance on his best friend, Messala, who betrayed him. Both must come to choose between retribution or forgiveness as they finally come face to face.
>Jack Huston as Judah Ben-Hur.
>Toby Kebbell as Messala.
>Nazanin Boniadi as Esther, Ben-Hur's wife.
>Olivia Cooke as Tirzah, Ben-Hur's sister.
>Aylet Zurer as Naomi, Ben-Hur's mother.
>Morgan Freeman as Ildarin, Ben-Hur's mentor.
>Pedro Pascal as Pontius Pilate.
>Rodrigo Santoro as Jesus Christ.
>Deadpool (February 12, 2016).
Deadpool is a film genetically engineerd to appeal to imdbspawn /v/edditors with no sense of sophisication who laud meme dialog, which supports upvote groupthink mentality, and meme acting with a good movie pandering reddit tier meta capeshit "entertainment" sensibilities and a meme tv movie aesthetic. This is a flick at best and will rightfully ruin ryan reynolds career.
>Arms and the Dudes (August 19, 2016).
Directed by Todd Phillips.
Arms dealers Efraim Diveroli and David Packouz are contracted by the American government to supply weapons to United States military allies in Afghanistan, and soon run into trouble both abroad and in their home.
>Jonah Hill as Efraim Diveroli.
>Miles Teller as David Packouz.
>Ana de Armas as Iz.
>Brenda Koo as Vanessa.
>Shaun Toub as Marlboro.
>Barry Livingston as The Bureaucrat.
>A Man in the Dark (August 26, 2016).
Directed by Fede Alvarez.
A group of troublemaking teenagers break into a blind man's home thinking they'll get away with the perfect crime. They're wrong.
>Dylan Minette as Alex.
>Stephen Lang as the Blind Man.
>Jane May Graves as Rebecca.
>Daniel Zovatto as Money.
>Katie Bokor as Ginger.
>Serge Onopko as Trevor.
>Jon Donahue as Matthew.
>Mechanic: Ressurrection (August 26, 2016).
Directed by Dennis Gansel.
Hitman Arthur Bishop faked his death in order to have a normal life, but is forced back in action when his nemesis learns of his whereabouts and kidnaps the woman he loves to force Bishop into one final assignment: Eliminate three politicians from different parts of the world as part of a much larger conspiracy.
>Jason Statham as Arthur Bishop.
>Tommy Lee Jones as Max Adams.
>Jessica Alba as Gina.
>Michelle Yeoh as Mae.
>The Infiltrator (August 31, 2016)
Directed by Brad Furman.
In the 1980's, DEA agent Robert Mazur adopts the identity of "Bob Muzella" to launder money for local drug dealers, and remains committed to his disguise for several years, climbing the ranks to unravel the money laundering operations of drug lord Pablo Escobar.
>Bryan Cranston as Robert Mazur / Bob Guzella.
>Diane Kruger as Kathy Ertz.
>Saiid Taghmaoui as Amjad Awan.
>Yul Vasquez as Javier Beraya.
>The Circle (September 2, 2016)
Directed by James Ponsoldt.
Mae Holland, an ambitious young woman, gets a job at a technology corporation known as "The Circle", which is pushing the boundaries of the human-machine connection. While there she develops a complex relationship with Kalden, a mysterious man who claims The Circle's true purpose is far more sinister than it appears.
>Emma Watson as Mae Holland.
>John Boyega as Kalden.
>Tom Hanks as Eamon Bailey, a corporate executive at the Circle who becomes Mae's mentor.
>Karen Gillan as Annie, Mae's best friend and co-worker.
>Ellar Coltrane as Mercer, Mae's ex-boyefriend who mistrusts the Circle.
>Patient Zero (September 2, 2016).
Directed by Stefan Ruzowitsky.
After an unprecedented global pandemic has turned the majority of humankind into violent ravagers known as "The Infected", Adam, man gifted with the ability to speak the Infected's new language, leads the last survivors on a hunt for Patient Zero and a cure.
>Matt Smith as Adam.
>Natalie Dormer as Dr. Gina Rose, a virologist.
>John Bradley as Scooter.
>Agyness Deyn as Janet.
>Pippa Bennett-Warner as Linda.
>James Northcote as Pete.
>Sully (September 9, 2016)
Directed by Clint Eastwood.
Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger becomes a hero after landing the troubled U.S. Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River, and attempts to deal with the aftermath.
>Tom Hanks as Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger.
>Laura Linney as Lorraine Sullenberger, Sully's wife.
>Aaron Eckhart as Jeff Skiles.
>Holt McCallany as Mike Cleary.
>Sam Huntington as Jeff Kolodjay.
>Max Adler as Jimmy Stefanik.
>Bridget Jones' Baby (September 19, 2016)
Directed by Sharon Maguire.
On her 40th birthday, publishing executive Bridget Jones feels the urge to have a baby and attempts to convince her husband Mark Darcy to do so, but his reluctance might cost him dearly as the attractive and cultured American Jack Qwant begins displaying interest in Bridget.
>Renee Zellwegger as Bridget Jones.
>Colin Firth as Mark Darcy.
>Patrick Dempsey as Jack Qwant.
>Sally Philips as Sharon Sazza, Jack's ex-girlfriend.
>Jim Broadbent as Mr. Colin Jones, Bridget's father.
>Gemma Jones as Mrs. Pamela Jones, Bridget's mother.
>Shirley Henderson as Jude.
>James Callis as Tom.
>When the Bough Breaks (September 16, 2016).
Directed by Jon Cassar.
A couple's marriage is threatened when the baby surrogate they have hired becomes obsessed with wanting the husband and the baby for herself.
>A Cure for Wellness (September 23, 2016).
Directed by Gore Verbinski.
A young employee is sent to pick up his boss at an European "wellness spa". Arriving there, however, he learns the place drabbles in much more sinister activities.
>The Magnificent Seven (September 23, 2016).
Directed by Antoine Fuqua.
In the Old West, seven gunslingers are assembled to defend a small town from a violent gang of bandits.
>Denzel Washington as Chris Adams.
>Besties (September 30, 2016)
Directed by Kelly Fremon.
Childhood friends Nadine and Krista become bitter enemies when Nadine finds out Krista is secretly dating Nadine's older brother, Scott, who has made Nadine's life a living hell.
>Hailee Steinfeld as Nadine.
>Haley Lu Richardson as Krista.
>Blake Jenner as Scott.
>it's another "white, conservative christian american patriots face off against hordes of gibbering moooozlims in order to drum up fresh support for the intensification of american involvement in the middle east" episode
>Masterminds (September 30, 2016)
Directed by Jared Hess.
David Ghantt is a mild-mannered armored truck guard who is roped by his co-worker and longtime crush Kelly Campbell in aiding dim-witted criminal Steve Chambers and his gang in stealing $17 million. However, when Steve conspires to frame David for the robbery, David attempts to turn the tables while also evading Mike McKinney, an ineffective hitman hired by Chambers to silence him.
>Zach Galifianakis as David Ghantt.
>Kristen Wiig as Kelly Campbell.
>Owen Wilson as Steve Chambers.
>Jason Sudeikis as Mike McKinney.
>Mary Elizabeth Chambers as Michelle Chambers, Steve's wife.
>Kate McKinnon as Jandice.
>Ken Marino as Doug.
>Deepwater Horizon (September 30, 2016).
Directed by Peter Berg.
The offshore drilling rig Deepwater Horizon exploded on April 20, 2010, creating the worst oil spill in American history, while a group of workers bravely attempts to minimize damages.
>Mark Wahlberg as Mike Williams.
>Gina Rodriguez as Andrea Fleytas.
>Dylan O'Brien as Caleb Holloway.
>Ethan Suplee as Jason Anderson.
>J.D. Evermore as Dewey Revette.
>Brad Leland as Robert Kaluza.
>The Lost City of Z (September 30, 2016)
Directed by James Gray.
In 1925, the legendary British explorer Colonel Percy Fawcett ventures into the Amazon jungle in search of a fabled civilization, the Lost City of Z, never to return. Years later, explorers led by Henry Costin set out to find him.
>Robert Pattison as Henry Costin.
>Tom Hiddleston as Percy Fawcett.
>Sienna Miller as Nina Fawcett, Percy's wife.
>Tom Holland as Jack Fawcett, Percy's son.
>Angus Macfadyan as James Murray.
>Gambit (October 7, 2016).
Directed by Doug Liman.
Remy LeBeau, a mutant thief who can charge objects with kinetic energy, causing them to explode, becomes involved in a dangerous heist in New Orleans that puts him on the crossfire between two rival crime syndicates.
>Channing Tatum as Remy LeBeau / Gambit.
>Lea Seydoux as Bella Beadraux, Remy's lover and the daughter of his greatest enemy.
>The Accountant (October 7, 2016).
Directed by Gavin O'Connor.
Chris Wolff is a methodic forensic accountant with Aspergers Syndrome who moonlights as a hitman for clients involved in illicit activities. When his latest assignment proves more dangerous than he expected, he is forced to go on the run.
>Ben Affleck as Chris Wolff.
Hoping to be Whiplash-tier
Might be cool tier
Could not care less
>The Girl on the Train (October 7, 2016)
Directed by Tate Taylor.
Rachel Watson is a recovering alcoholic that rides the train to London every day to spy on her ex-husband Tom, who has left her for another woman, Anna. Along the way, Rachel becomes obsessed with the neighboring couple, Scott and Megan Hipwell, who appear to have a perfect marriage. However, Megan disappears shortly after Rachel witnesses a fight between the couple, and Rachel begins to suspect that something horrible has happened, and begins to lose her grasp on reality as evidence indicate she might have been involved.
>Emily Blunt as Rachel Watson.
>Luke Evans as Scott Hipwell.
>Haley Bennett as Megan Hipwell.
>Justin Theroux as Tom.
>Rebecca Ferguson as Anna.
>Edgar Ramirez as Kamal Abdic, a doctor Rachel becomes involved with.
>The Bye Bye Man (October 14, 2016)
Directed by Stacy Title.
In the 1980's, college students John, Elliot and Sasha move into a dilapitaded off-campus house, where they incur the wrath of a supernatural being known as "The Bye Bye Man", who begins to torment them.
>Lucien Laviscount as John.
>Douglas Smith as Elliot.
>Cressida Bonas as Sasha.
>Michael Trucco as Detective Virgil.
>Carrie Anne-Moss as Detective Shaw.
>Doug Jones as The Bye Bye Man.
>Inferno (October 14, 2015).
Directed by Ron Howard.
Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon tries to stop a global genocide scheme by following clues in Dante Alighieri's "The Divine Comedy", battling a chilling adversary and grappling with an ingenious riddle with the fate of the world on the balance.
>Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon.
>Felicity Jones as Sienna Brooks, a doctor who attempts to help Langdon solve the enigma.
>Ben Foster as Bertrand Zobrist, a billionaire geneticist willing to go to extreme lenghts to preserve Earth from overpopulation.
>Sidse Babett Knudsen as Dr. Elizabeth Siskey, the head of the Word Health Organization who hires Langdon to investigate the enigma.
>Omar Sy as Christoph Bruder, a medical scientist who assists Langdon.
>Irrfan Khan as Harry Sims / The Provost, leader of an extremist group known as "The Consortium".
>A Monster Calls (October 14, 2016).
Directed by Juan Antonio Bayona.
Connor is a a young boy who attempts to deal with his mother’s illness and the bullying of his classmates by escaping into a fantastical world, where he interacts with a mythical monster who teaches him about mortality.
>Lewis MacDougall as Connor.
>Felicity Jones as Connor's Mother.
>Sigourney Weaver as Connor's Grandmother.
>Liam Neeson as The Monster.
>Underworld: Next Generation (October 14, 2016).
Directed by Anna Foerster.
Selene and her forces resurface on the verge of war between a new gerantion of vampires and Lycans, hoping to prevent further bloodshed between the two species as well as protect them from Humanity's retaliation.
>Kate Beckinsale as Selene.
>Theo James as David, Selene's vampire ally.
>Charles Dance as Thomas, a Vampire Elder and David's father.
>Lara Pulver as Tessa, the new leader of the vampires.
>Tobias Menzies as Lucius, the new leader of the Lycans.
>Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (October 21, 2016).
Directed by Edward Zwick.
Military investigator turned drifting vigilante Jack Reacher is lured back into his old headquarters, where he learns he's been framed for a murder he didn't commit and has to rely on his skills to prove his innocence.
>Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher.
>Danika Yarosh as Casey Reacher, Jack's estranged daughter.
>Cobie Smulders as Danica, a mysterious woman who might be the key to the mystery.
>Patrick Heusinger as The Hunter, a dangerous, seemingly unstoppable assassin connected to the United States military.
>Doctor Strange (July 8, 2016).
Directed by Scott Derrickson.
Arrogant neurosurgeon Stephen Strange has his nerve endings debilitated in a car accident, and embarks on a search for a cure that leads him to the Hymalayans, where he finds a higher calling as the apprentice of an elderly sorcerer known as "The Ancient One", training to become Earth's Sorcerer Supreme and defend the planet from supernatural threats.
>Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Strange.
>Rachel McAdams as Christine Palmer, a strong-willed doctor who helps Strange in his recovery.
>Chiwetel Ejiofor as Karl Mordo, the Ancient One's wayward apprentice.
>Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One.
>Michael Stuhlbarg as Nicodemus West, a scientist and Strange's rival.
>Bastards (November 4, 2016)
Directed by Lawrence Sher.
Two brothers learn that their mother has lied to them for years about the identity of their supposedly deceased father to cover up her promiscuity, and embark on a road trip to find him by interviewing the many men she was simultaneously involved with in her youth.
>Billy Lynn's Long Half-Time Walk (November 11, 2016).
Directed by Ang Lee.
In 2005, 19-year-old Billy Lynn enlists to become an infantryman in the United States military. During a leave, he is awarded a chance to return to his hometown in Dallas, Texas, for a few hours before returning to Iraq.
>Joe Alwyn as Billy Lynn.
>Kristen Stewart as Kathryn Lynn, Billy's sister.
>Deirdre Lovejoy as Denise Lynn, Billy's mother.
>Vin Diesel as Shroom.
>Garrett Hedlund as Dime.
>Chris Tucker as Albert.
>Beau Knapp as Crack.
>Ben Platt as Josh.
>Astro as Lodis.
>Tim Blake Nelson as Wayne Foster.
>Steve Martin as Norm Oglesby.
>Newton Knight, a poor farmer from Mississippi, lead a group of Confederate deserters
>Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Rachel Knight, Newton's wife.
Into the trash it goes
>Mahershala Ali as Moses Washington, Newton's right-hand man and best friend.
This is ok because some niggas were loyal to their masters but that marriage with a black african-american negro fucked the movie up
Maybe that's why.
>A Meyers Christmas (November 11, 2016).
Directed by David E. Talbert.
A dysfunctional family gathers together for the first time on Christmas since their mom died.
>Nicole Ari Parker.
>The Great Wall (November 18, 2016).
Directed by Yimou Zhang.
Two British soldier journey to China to assist in the construction of the Great Wall and uncover the mysteries of its existence.
>Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (November 18, 2016).
Directed by David Yates.
In the 1940's, eccentric magizoologist Newt Scamander travels to New York City for a conference, where his magic bag is accidentally opened by Jacob Kowalski, a bumbling "No-Maj" factory worker, unleashing multiple magical creatures upon the city. He then races against time to recapture them as well as evade the Second Salemders, a fanatical group of anti-wizardry zealots conspiring to topple the wizardry government in America.
>Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander.
>Dan Fogler as Jacob Kowalski.
>Katherine Waterson as Tina Goldstein, an employee of the Magical Congress of the United States who decides to help Newt.
>Alison Sudol as Queenie Goldstein, Tina's sister, a free-spirited telepath.
>Colin Farrell as Mr. Graves, a powerful Auror and the right-hand man of the American wizarding world's president.
>Samantha Morton as Mary Lou, the obsessive, vicious leader of the Second Salemders.
>Ezra Miller as Credence, Mary Lou's son who is secretly a wizard himself.
>The Founder (November 25, 2016).
Directed by John Lee Hancock.
The story of Ray Kroc, a milkshake dispensers salesman who struck a partnership with the McDonald brothers to help turn their fledging restaurant into the world's biggest fast-food chain, only to steal it for himself.
>Michael Keaton as Ray Kroc.
>Nick Offerman as Richard "Dick" McDonald.
>John Caroll Lynch as Maurice "Mac" McDonald.
>Laura Dern as Ethel Kroc, Ray's neglected, suffering first wife.
>Linda Cardellini as Joan Kroc, Ray's ambitious, frivolous second wife.
>Patrick Wilson as Rollie Smith, a soldier involved with Joan.
>B.J. Novak as Harry Sonneborn, Ray's associate and first President of McDonald's Corporation.
"Auteur obligations" means I am determined to see those films directed by my favourite auteurs, even if I'm not excited about the films themselves ("Tokyo Tribe" was one of Sono's worst movies, just ahead of "Exte").
>Let It Snow (December 9, 2016).
Directed by Jessie Nelson.
When four generations of the Cooper clan come together for their annual Christmas Eve celebration, a series of unexpected visitors and unlikely events turn the night upside down, leading them all toward a surprising rediscovery of family bonds and the spirit of the holiday.
>Rogue One: A Star Wars Tale (December 16, 2016).
Directed by Gareth Edwards.
A group of mercenaries embarks on a dangerous mission to retrieve the plans for the Death Star on behalf of the Resistance.
>Felicity Jones as Lysa Erso, an ace pilot.
>Mads Mikkelsen as Galen Erso, Lysa's father and the creator of the Death Star, who has defected to the Rebel Alliance.
KILL IT WITH FIRE
So many bad movies this year
>Passengers (December 21, 2016).
Directed by Morten Tyldum.
A spacecraft transporting thousands of people in suspended animation to a human colony on a distant planet has a malfunction in one of its sleep chambers. As a result, a single passenger, Jim Preston, is awakened 90 years early. Faced with the prospect of growing old and dying alone, he eventually decides to wake up a second passenger, Aurora, for whom he falls in love. However, when Aurora learns the truth of his actions, things spiral out of control.
>Chris Pratt as Jim Preston.
>Jennifer Lawrence as Aurora.
>Michael Sheen as Arthur, an android that accompanies the expedition.
>Laurence Fishburne as Colonel Alexander, the expedition's commander.
>Assassin's Creed (December 21, 2016).
Directed by Justin Kurzel.
Death row inmate Callum Lynch is captured by a secret society of assassins, and forced to use a machine called "Animus" to relive the memories of his ancestor Aguilar de Agarorobo, an assassin that lived during the Spanish Inquisition, and whose memories might hold the key to allow the Assassins to destroy their lifelong enemies, the Knight Templars.
>Michael Fassbender as Callum Lynch / Aguilar de Agarorobo.
>Marion Cottilard as Lara Rikkin, a scientist that guides Callum through the Animus.
>Jeremy Irons as Alan Rikkin, the CEO of Abstergo Industries and Lara's father.
>Brendan Gleeson as Richard Lynch, Callum's father.
>Michael K. Williams.
>Jumanji (December 25, 2016).
Directed by Jonathan Liebesman.
A group of friends find an old board game known as "Jumanji", which places him at the heart of a jungle filled with many dangers, competing in a life-or-death game with the fate of the world hanging on the balance.
WELP, image limit reached with only one movie left to post.
>Peregrine's Home for Peculiars (December 25, 2016).
Directed by Tim Burton.
While investigating his grandfather's death, rebellious teenager Jacob Portman learns of a secret orphanage for children with paranormal abilities, and becomes embroiled in a war between the so-called "Peculiars" and the Hollows, mysterious creatures seeking to destroy them.
>Asa Butterfield as Jacob Portman.
>Ella Purnell as Emma Bloom, a pyrokinetic Peculiar who develops feelings for Jacob.
>Finlay MacMillian as Enoch O'Connor, a Peculiar who can revive the dead and quickly befriends Jacob.
>Eva Green as Ms. Peregrine, headmistress of the House for Peculiar Children.
>Judi Dench as Ms. Avocet, an elderly Peculiar who can create time loops and shapeshift into a bird.
>Allison Janey as Dr. Golan, Jacob's psychiatrist who harbors a dark secret.
>Terrence Stamp as Abraham Portman, Jacob's grandfather.
>Samuel L. Jackson as Barron, leader of the Hollows.
As if you couldn't gauge that from the trailer already? Or do you like movies where characters are struggling alongside you to discern whether there's something in the murky dark?
This seems like one of those horror movies where the idea is cool and the trailer makes it look like a decent horror but it ends up being boring as shit. Will watch.
This seems good.
This could be decent, trailer doesn't really get my hopes up though.
As long as it's like the first I'll like it.
Pontypool: The social media boogaloo
This I'm actually fairly hyped for
>During World War II, Noah, a closeted homosexual Jewish musician, is sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp for challenging the Nazi party, and dedicates himself to protecting a young prisoner, Sira, while also reconnecting with his childhood friend Hugo, now a Nazi soldier also struggling with his homosexuality. As the Holocaust looms, Noah decides to write a final piece to leave as his legacy.
Could this be anymore oscar bait-y
>>64705855 (Maybe, trailer looked poor)
This was released in 2015 as ''Love the Coopers''
Also you left out Sausage Party, a major studio release
>Sausage Party (August 12th, 2016)
Directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon
One sausage’s quest to discover the truth about his existence. After falling out of a shopping cart, our hero sausage and his new friends embark on a perilous journey through the supermarket to get back to their aisles before the Fourth of July sale.
>Seth Rogen as Frank, a sausage
>Jonah Hill as Carl, a sausage
>Kristen Wiig as a hot dog bun
>Edward Norton as Sammy Bagel, Jr., a bagel
>Michael Cera as Barry, a sausage
>David Krumholtz as Vash, a lavash
>Nick Kroll as Douche, the villain
>Salma Hayek as Theresa Taco, a taco
>Anders Holm as Troy, a sausage
>Bill Hader as guacamole and an old bottle of fire water
This is an R-rated animated comedy released by Sony
>Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One.
My husbando is in it, now i'll have to watch, fuck.
Two of the biggest meme actors out there in the same movie, the universe will explode on December 21.
>Salma Hayek as Theresa Taco, a taco
Jewsus christ, that's hilarious.
just any of your picks for favorites, auteur, dark horse or otherwise from 2015- your 2016 lists have enough content that I know to know you have good taste, and enough I'm unaware of to want to read your thoughts on 2015
Here are my favourite movies from 2015:
1. "Queen of Earth" (dir. Alex Ross Perry)
2. "The Case of Hana & Alice" (dir. Shunji Iwai)
3. "Anomalisa" (dir. Duke Johnson & Charlie Kaufman)
4. "The Kindergarten Teacher" (dir. Nadav Lapid)
5. "Taxi" (dir. Jafar Panahi)
6. "Mistress America" (dir. Noah Baumbach)
7. "I Don't Love You" (dir. Pavel Kostomarov & Alexandr Rastorguev)
8. "Hill of Freedom" (dir. Sangsoo Hong)
9. "Eden" (dir. Mia Hansen-Love)
10. "Bone Tomahawk" (dir. S. Craig Zahler)
11. "Nasty Baby" (dir. Sebastian Silva)
12. "Buzzard" (dir. Joel Potrykus)
Honorable mentions (in alphabetical order):
"The Big Short" (dir. Adam McKay)
"Bridge of Spies" (dir. Steven Spielberg)
"Christmas, Again" (dir. Charles Poekel)
"Digging for Fire" (dir. Joe Swanberg)
"Entertainment" (dir. Rick Alverson)
"From What Is Before" (dir. Lav Diaz)
"Heaven Knows What" (dir. Ben & Joshua Safdie)
"Magic Mike XXL" (dir. Gregory Jacobs)
"Mia Madre" (dir. Nanni Moretti)
"Pasolini" (dir. Abel Ferrara)
"Reality" (dir. Quentin Dupieux)
"Steve Jobs" (dir. Danny Boyle)
"Vincent" (dir. Thomas Salvador)
"The Visit" (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)
PS. "The Treasure" and "Right Now, Wrong Then" are greater than any other movie on the list, but I will count them as 2016 movies later.