Helen Mirren in a horror film is intriguing.
When you thought the Saw series was over and I’m sure you’ve thought that several times over the years, here’s the 8th entry in the horror series, coming 7 years after 2010’s Saw 3D: The Final Chapter. Will this be the start of a new franchise? Probably yes.
Annabelle was the first spinoff film in the Conjuring series and while it was a decent entry, it may not have had as many answers. This prequel to what in essence was another prequel hopes to do better.
Chances are you haven’t quite seen something quite like this. The poster said all guns, no control which pretty much summed this up. When you throw an impressive cast into a room full of guns and fill it with a 70s soundtrack, only good things can happen.
Films based on video games have mostly been hit or miss with one of the best being the Resident Evil series. I didn’t realize that the series has been around for 15 years and 5 films so it’s only fitting that the series end now with its sixth entry, entitled The Final Chapter.
Five year old Saroo (Sunny Pawar) gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of miles across India, away from home and family. Saroo must learn to survive alone in Kolkata, before ultimately being adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty five years later (now Dev Patel), armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home.
A successful Los Angeles art-gallery owner named Susan Morrow (Amy Adams) has an idyllic life and is married to her constantly traveling second husband named Walker (Armie Hammer). While he is away, she is shaken by the arrival of a manuscript written by her first husband Edward Sheffield (Jake Gyllenhaal), who she has not seen in years. The manuscript tells the story of a teacher named Tony Hastings (also Gyllenhaal) who finds a trip with his family turning into a nightmare. As Susan reads the book, it forces her to examine her past and confront some dark truths.
Vinny “The Pazmanian Devil” Pazienza (Miles Teller), a local Providence boxer, shoots to stardom after winning two world title fights. After a near-fatal car accident leaves him with a broken neck, he is told he may never walk again. Against all odds and doctor’s orders, renowned trainer Kevin Rooney (Aaron Eckhart) agrees to help Vinny return to the ring just a year after the accident for what could be the last fight of his life. Based on a true story. Read more
Mary Portman (Naomi Watts) is a child psychologist who lives in isolation in rural New England after her husband dies in a horrific car accident. The tragedy also leaves her 18 year old stepson Stephen (Charlie Heaton) in a bedridden, catatonic state, making him completely dependent on her. When one of Mary‘s young patients goes missing and is presumed dead, she becomes convinced that the boy’s (Jacob Tremblay) ghost is now haunting both her and Stephen.
Nat Turner (Nate Parker) is an enslaved Baptist preacher who lives on a Virginia plantation owned by Samuel Turner (Armie Hammer). With rumors of insurrection in the air, a cleric convinces Samuel that Nat should sermonize to other slaves, thereby quelling any notions of an uprising. As Nate witnesses the horrific treatment of his fellow man, he realizes that he can no longer just stand by and preach. On Aug. 21, 1831, Turner’s quest for justice and freedom leads to a violent and historic rebellion in Southampton County.