Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Top 20 Movies to Look Out For In March (2017)

According to: Selina

20 – The Last Laugh (March 3)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Tangerine Entertainment
Director: Ferne Pearlstein
Writer: Robert Edwards, Ferne Pearlstein
Actors: Renee Firestone, Klara Firestone, Gilbert Gotfried, Rob Reiner, Mel Brooks, Judy Gold, Sarah Silverman, Carl Reiner, Robert Clary, Etgar Keret, Aaron Breitbart, Jake Ehrenreich, Alan Zweibel, Susie Essman, Larry Charles, Deb Filler, Elly Gross, Jeffrey Ross, Harry Shearer, David Steinberg, Lisa Lampanelli, Roz Weinman, Abraham Foxman, David Cross, Shalom Auslander, Hanala Sagal
Genre: Documentary
Rated: NR

I don’t often include documentaries in my Top 20s. Nothing against the specific movies that have come out since I started writing this column… I just find that documentaries are usually significantly boring. There’s normally this monotone voice droning on about facts without any entertainment involved. There are documentaries that are exempt from that recipe, of course, but it’s just what I normally see when I opt to watch one.

This documentary is full of well-known comedians talking about offensive comedy, though. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out any possible way for this film to be boring.

I’ve heard of, and enjoyed, the work of nearly every single comedian that I see listed on this film’s IMDb page. That’s pretty cool, but the fact that the topic of Last Laugh is so relevant to things currently happening in the news – makes it even more interesting.

Jewish graveyards are being vandalized, anti-Semitism is in the news almost daily, and the biggest YouTuber in the world is being accused of being a nazi.

Quick side note – even as a Jew, I mostly stand with PewDiePie here. I’m not a member of the bro-army, I’m a JackSepticEye girl, but I’ve seen the videos the Wall Street Journal referenced and what that publication did was unacceptable.

Disney was right to drop Felix – personally I have no idea why they were with him to begin with, he’s always pushing boundaries that Disney doesn’t like to push – but the Wall Street Journal was completely in the wrong. They took his videos, cut them until they were barely recognizable, and posted them out-of-context. Felix’s sense of humor is offensive as all hell, but he’s not a nazi. And allowing a supposedly legitimate news source to post out-of-context information is a slippery slope. It gives credit to people like Trump that use the term ‘fake news’ to protect themselves from real facts being used against them.

I’ll move on, but I wanted to make my point of view very clear on this. It’s less about standing up for PewDiePie and more about standing against news sources using ‘alternate facts’ (lies) to support what they want their news stories to be.

Anyway. Last Laugh is all about why it’s important to joke about offensive topics. From what I’ve seen in the trailer – they’re not wrong. It’s an important message told through humor. That’s good stuff.

19 – The Discovery (March 31)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Endgame Entertainment, Netflix, Protagonist Pictures
Director: Charlie McDowell
Writer: Justin Lader, Charlie McDowell
Actors: Rooney Mara, Riley Keough, Robert Redford, Jason Segel, Jesse Plemons, Kateri DeMartino, Ron Canada, Anastasia Tsikhanava, Brian McCarthy, M.J. Karmi, Kimleigh Smith, Richard O’Rourke, Connor Ratliff, Adam Khaykin, Paul Bellefeuille
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Romance
Rated: NR

Although this film seems a little heavy-handed with religion, I’m still intensely interested in it.

I’m not a very religious person, I have trouble believing in that kind of thing – though I know enough to know I don’t know anything. I don’t begrudge anyone else their religious beliefs. In fact, I think religious beliefs are incredibly important for many people.

Due to my non-religious beliefs, I struggle with the idea of death and an after-life. It’s hard for me to believe there’s anything after death outside of the transfer of energy from our bodies to whatever’s nearby and decomposition. Obviously, it’s not a comforting thought when put in the context of my own eventual death or the death of loved ones. I have some minor arguments to support the idea of reincarnation, but not in the sense preached by Eastern religions. Not even in the sense of the soul leaving the body – but based completely on the workings of energy. Since I’m not a scientist – it may all be bullshit, but it’s the only comfort I can give myself when thinking of death.

The Discovery is a film that asks the question: “what would happen if we could scientifically verify an after-life?” That’s a fantastically interesting question and one I’d love to see an answer to. Since this is a Netflix film, I expect an intriguing answer told in a story of incredible quality.

18 – The Ottoman Lieutenant (March 10)

Tag Line: In a land on the brink of war, the most dangerous place to be is in love.
Production Company: Eastern Sunrise Films, Y Production
Director: Joseph Ruben
Writer: Jeff Stockwell
Actors: Michiel Huisman, Hera Hilmar, Josh Hartnett, Ben Kingsley, Haluk Bilginer, Affif Ben Badra, Paul Barrett, Jessica Turner, Peter Hosking, Selcuk Yontem, Eliska Slansky, Hasan Say, Deniz Kilic Flak
Genre: Drama, War
Rated: R

I enjoy war movies. Especially ones with this kind of storyline that pits the passiveness of the medics against the offensive tactics of the soldiers. It’s my belief that peace and pacifism is something to be respected, but I also believe that there are times that violence is the answer and cannot be avoided.

Movies like this argue both points to the audience, allowing us to make up our own minds – which is important.

Sure, this film had some romance in it and a lot of action, but that makes the arguments easier to swallow.

The Ottoman Lieutenant also sports a phenomenal cast. Ben Kingsley (Schindler’s List, Lucky Number Slevin, Gandhi), Josh Hartnett (Penny Dreadful, Girl Walks into a Bar, Black Hawk Down) and Michiel Huisman (Game of Thrones, Orphan Black, The Age of Adaline) are experienced in general and with this kind of film/storyline. I believe that if anyone can tell this story well enough to make a great film, it would be them.

17 – Atomica (March 17)

Tag Line: Earth needs a hero.
Production Company: Lifeboat Productions
Director: Dagen Merill
Writer: Kevin Burke, Frederico Fernandez-Armesto, Adam Gyngell
Actors: Tom Sizemore, Sarah Habel, Dominic Monaghan, Phil Austin, Tony Doupe, Hahn Cho, Jennifer Spriggs, Sarah-Eve Gazitt
Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rated: NR

Syfy films can go really well, or they can go incredibly badly. I’m interested in the storyline and the cast looks pretty damn good for a television film… but I’m keenly aware of the fact that it is still a Syfy film. The trailers make Atomica look pretty epic, so it’s kind of impossible for me to ignore.

Even with the trailer looking awesome, I’m still skeptical. The potential might be much greater than the reality.

16 – Lavender (March 3)

Tag Line: The past won’t forget.
Production Company: South Creek Pictures, 3 Legged Dog Films
Director: Ed Gass-Donnelly
Writer: Colin Frizzell, Ed Gass-Donnelly
Actors: Dermot Mulroney, Abbie Cornish, Justin Long, Diego Klattenhoff, Peyton Kennedy, Lola Flanery, Sarah Abbott, Mackenzie Muldoon
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Rated: NR

This is another film with a great cast involved. I believe Abbie Cornish (Seven Psychopaths, Sucker Punch, Limitless) has the talent she needs to make sure her character is portrayed in the thrilling manner she needs to be. Clearly, Dermot Mulroney (Shameless, Sacrifice, Crisis) can pull off just about anything as well.

Justin Long (Skylanders, Yoga Hosers, Ghost Team) seems to be playing a part that I’m not exactly used to seeing him in. I’m sure he’ll do great, but I’m still looking forward to seeing how it goes.

The storyline looks interesting, but they probably could have done a better job with the trailer. It actually makes the plot look very Silent Hill (2006). I don’t believe that’s the case, but we’ll be seeing… won’t we?

15 – Table 19 (March 3)

Tag Line: Don’t fit in? Take a number.
Production Company: 3311 Productions, 21 Laps Entertainment, Story Ink
Director: Jeffrey Blitz
Writer: Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass
Actors: Anna Kendrick, Stephen Marchant, Amanda Crew, Lisa Kudrow, Wyatt Russell, Maria Thayer, Margo Martindale, Craig Robinson, Tony Revolori, June Squibb, Elizabeth Ludlow, Thomas Cocquerel, Andrew Daly, Rya Meyers, Andy Stahl, Megan Lawless, Richard Haylor, Chris Whitley, Sheri Mann Stewart, Tommy O’Brien
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Rated: PG-13

Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect, Trolls, The Last Five Years).

She’ll always be my main reason for wanting to see any film she’s in. I LOVE me some Anna Kendrick. I even sat through a film with someone I HATED in it because of how much I love Kendrick.

It helps that this is a comedy and that is Kendrick’s bread and butter. She has great comedic timing.

The rest of the cast is decent as well, the plot seems hilarious, and the trailer shows a significant amount of hilarity. I really don’t see how this film could go wrong.

14 – Brimstone (March 10)

Tag Line: Retribution is coming.
Production Company: N279 Entertainment, Backup Media, Film I Vast, FilmWave, Illusion Film & Television, Prime Time, X-Filme Creative Pool
Director: Martin Koolhoven
Writer: Martin Koolhoven
Actors: Dakota Fanning, Kit Harington, Carice van Houten, Guy Pearce, Paul Anderson, Emilia Jones, Adrian Sparks, Carla Juri, Vera Vitali, Frederick Schmidt, William Houston, Ivy George, Jack Roth, Naomi Battrick, Bill Tangradi, Jack Hollington
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Western
Rated: R

I’m not a fan of Westerns, which really sucks because they usually have such in depth and interesting plots.

In the case of Brimstone I find the plot, the characters, and the cast SO interesting that I wind up forgetting it’s a Western. If it can speak to someone like me, someone who hates the genre, that says a LOT about the film as a whole.

13 – Raw (March 10)

Tag Line: What are you hungry for?
Production Company: Petit Film, Rouge International, Frakas Productions, Wild Bunch, Canal+, Cine+, Centre National de la Cinematographie, Le Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Federal de Belgique, Casa Kafka Pictures Movie Tax Shelter Empowered by Belfius, La Wallonie, Bruxelles Capitale, etc.
Director: Julia Ducournau
Writer: Julia Ducournau
Actors: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf, Rabah Nait Oufella, Laurent Lucas, Joana Preiss, Bouli Lanners
Genre: Drama, Horror
Rated: R

I’m not immune to marketing tactics, and this film is being marketed brilliantly. Rumors state that people at the first showing of this film either vomited or passed out – depending on where you hear the story from. Now, obviously, I know that’s most likely a whole load of bullshit… but I’ll be damned if I’m not curious.

The trailer has some stereotypical indie moments in it, but if you can get passed that there’s a significantly interesting plot with a lot of horror in it. Not jump-scares, which is where a lot of horror goes these days, but a psychological kind of terror. Something so scary because it feels like it could happen.

I can’t wait to see this one.

12 – Life (March 24)

Tag Line: We were better off alone.
Production Company: Columbia Pictures, Skydance Media, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Director: Daniel Espinosa
Writer: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick
Actors: Rebecca Ferguson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds, Hiroyuki Sanada, Olga Dihovichnaya, Naoko Mori, Ariyon Bakare, Alexandre Nguyen, Camiel Warren-Taylor, Hiu Woong-Sin
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rated: R

This may not seem like the most original idea that’s ever graced the silver screen… but it looks like an awesome take on it. It was almost impossible to sit through the trailer without thinking about how much I want to see the film.

The cast is also something to write home about. Jake Gyllenhaal (Source Code, Nightcrawler, Accidental Love), Ryan Reynolds (Woman in Gold, Deadpool, The Captive), and Hiroyuki Sanada (Helix, 47 Ronin, Mr. Holmes) are all incredible professionals with insane talent. I’d have wanted to watch any movie with all three of them in it at the same time.

11 – The Zookeeper’s Wife (March 31)

Tag Line: They gave all they had to save all they could.
Production Company: Scion Films, Czech Anglo Productions, LD Entertainment, Rowe / Miller Productions
Director: Niki Caro
Writer: Angela Workman, Diane Ackerman
Actors: Jessica Chastain, Johna Heldenbergh, Daniel Bruhl, Timothy Radford, Efrat Dor, Iddo Goldberg, Shira Haas, Michael McElhatton, Val Maloku
Genre: Biography, Drama, History
Rated: PG-13

World War II era films are my weakness. Growing up, I hated history classes, but I always read about the holocaust in my spare time. It’s a part of my cultural history and something human kind really fucked up on in the past. If we don’t learn from our mistakes… we’re doomed to repeat them.

I was so interested in learning about the horrific event that, when I was a teen, my favorite film was Escape from Sobibor (1987) for a little while. Heartbreaking film.

The Zookeeper’s Wife concentrates on that era, but it takes a different spin on the stories that resulted from the holocaust. It looks at things from the viewpoint of two ‘safe’ citizens that try to find a way to help the people who are being unjustly abused and killed. We get to see how the struggles of the times affected more than just the soldiers and those in the camps. It’s a story I am very much looking forward to seeing.

10 – The Boss Baby (March 31)

Tag Line: Born leader.
Production Company: DreamWorks Animation
Director: Tom McGrath
Writer: Marla Frazee, Michael McCullers
Actors: Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, Lisa Kudrow, Tobey Maguire, Jimmy Kimmel, Miles Christopher Bakshi, ViviAnn Yee, Eric Bell Jr.
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Rated: PG

This film isn’t getting nearly enough press. I haven’t seen so much as a single commercial about it. I had NO idea it was DreamWorks until I watched the trailer. It looks adorable and hilarious. In fact, I haven’t really seen any films like it, to be honest. I feel like this is what you would get if you took Toy Story (1995) and mixed it with Stewie from Family Guy (1999 - ). That’s a pretty awesome combination.

9 – Don’t Kill It (March 3)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Archstone Pictures, Burning Sky Films, Bottom Line Entertainment, Last Pictures
Director: Mike Mendez
Writer: Dan Berk, Robert Olsen
Actors: Dolph Lundgren, Kristina Klebe, Elissa Dowling, Michael Aaron Milligan, Billy Slaughter, Aaron McPherson, Miles Doleac, Sam Furman, Jasi Cotton Lanier, Tony Bentley, Chloe Guidry, Laura Warner, Michelle West
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Rated: NR

The name of this film might seem familiar to our usual readers. A little bit ago, it was featured in one of the weekly crowdfunding articles. It didn’t quite meet its monetary goal on Indiegogo, but because it went with a flexible goal, they received the money that was pledged to them anyway. I can’t wait to see what they did with it!

For a more in depth look at Don’t Kill It, along with Trust the Dice’s interview with producer Scott Martin (Awaken, Battle Force, Made in California), refer to our very first “This Week in Crowdfunding” article. 

8 – The Belko Experiment (March 17)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: BH Tilt, Blumhouse Productions, Itaca Films, MGM, Orion Pictures, The Safran Company
Director: Greg McLean
Writer: James Gunn
Actors: Adria Arjona, Abraham Benrubi, Tony Goldwyn, Michael Rooker, John C. McGinley, John Gallagher Jr., Josh Brener, Sean Gunn, Mikaela Hoover, Brent Sexton, David Dastmalchian, Owain Yeoman, Melonie Diaz, Rusty Schwimmer, James Earl, David Del Rio, Gail Bean, Joe Fria, Maruia Shelton, Stephen Blackehart, Benjamin Byron Davis, Silvia De Dios, Valentine Miele, Ximena Rodriguez, Luna Baxter, Fran Fiol, Alfonso Olave
Genre: Action, Horror, Thriller
Rated: R

This film is an American business version of Battle Royale (2000). It’s the same base idea, without subtitles, and with some kickass actors involved. Judging from one of the three trailers I saw for this film, I believe they also poke some fun at the relatable idea that no one reads the shit they sign. So, it’s got a valid point, too.

I love films like this that go into the experimentation of human nature. I have a rather dark outlook of humanity, so these films tend to fit the way I see the world. Sad, I’m aware. I’d love for someone to prove me wrong. No one LIKES thinking this way.

My only issue is that I still have trouble seeing John C. McGinley (Burn Notice, Get a Job, 42) as anyone but Dr. Cox from Scrubs (2001-2010). Maybe this film will fix that.

7 – MindGamers [aka DxM] (March 28)

Tag Line: Let the Mind Games begin.
Production Company: Terra Mater Factual Studios
Director: Andrew Goth
Writer: Andrew Goth
Actors: Tom Payne, Dominique Tipper, Sam Neill, Melia Kreiling, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Oliver Stark, Predrag Bjelac, Julian Bleach, Ursula Strauss, Turlough Convery, Simon Paisley Day, Ryan Doyle, Alexandra Marinescu, Pamela Forster, Copcea Alexandru, Andreea Mihaesei
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rated: R

This film looks artsy, but also intense and entertaining. It has an understated, but incredibly talented, cast and the plot seems to be kind of like the end of the first book of the Divergent series. Whatever else this film has going for it, the trailer makes it very clear that the project will be visually stunning.

It would be worth watching just for the visuals alone, but with everything else it has going for it? If it’s in a theater near me, I might just buy a ticket.

6 – Goon: Last of the Enforcers (March 17)

Tag Line: Twice as hard as the first time.
Production Company: No Trace Camping, Caramel Film
Director: Jay Baruchel
Writer: Jay Baruchel, Jesse Chabot, Adam Frattasio, Douglas Smith
Actors: Elisha Cuthbery, Kim Coates, T.J. Miller, Liev Schreiber, Jay Baruchel, Wyatt Russell, Alison Pill, Seann William Scott, Callum Keith Rennie, Marc-Andre Grondin, Andrew Herr, David Paetkau, George Tchortov, Nathan Dales, Jonathan Cherry, Boomer Phillips, Richard Clarkin, Sylvia Zuk, Karl Graboshas, Ellen David, Claire Stollery
Genre: Comedy, Sport
Rated: NR

I only just saw the first movie in this series two months ago. I absolutely adored it and I remember, very clearly, how impressed I was with Seann William Scott (Movie 43, Cop Out, Planet 51). I don’t know if this film is a creative sequel, or still based on a true story, but I super don’t care. I’m just glad it’s coming out and I can’t wait to see it.

Also, it’s Jay Baruchel’s (Man Seeking Woman, How to Train Your Dragon, This is the End) first full length film credit as a writer/director. I’m absolutely in love with Jay Baruchel and that information makes me want to see the film even more

It seems to only be coming out in Canada, but I’m definitely going to find a way.

5 – Kong: Skull Island (March 10)

Tag Line: Awaken the king.
Production Company: Legendary Entertainment, Warner Bros.
Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Writer: Dan Gilroy, Max Borenstein, Derek Connolly, John Gatins
Actors: Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John C. Reilly, John Goodman, Corey Hawkins, John Ortiz, Tian Jing, Toby Kebbell, Jason Mitchell, Shea Whigham, Thomas Mann, Eugene Cordero, Marc Evan Jackson
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Rated: PG-13

Confession time. I’ve never seen any of the King Kong movies.

Yes, I know almost everything about all of them, but that’s because of YouTube channels like WatchMojo and TV Shows/Movies that reference King Kong. Still, even not being a ginormous fan of the giant monkey, this film looks great.

Plus, you can’t really go wrong with Tom Hiddleston (The Night Manager, High-Rise, Thor: The Dark World), Samuel L. Jackson (Cell, Chi-Raq, Avengers: Age of Ultron), John Goodman (10 Cloverfield Lane, Trumbo, The Gambler), and Brie Larson (Don Jon, Short Term 12, Digging for Fire), can you?

4 – Power Rangers (March 24)

Tag Line: Together we are more.
Production Company: Lionsgate, Saban Brands, Saban Entertainment, Temple Hill Entertainment, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Director: Dean Israelite
Writer: John Gatins, Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless, Michele Mulroney, Kieran Mulroney, Haim Saban, Shuki Levy
Actors: Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston, Becky G. Sarah Grey, Naomi Scott, Bill Hader, Dacre Montgomery, David Denman, Clayton Chitty, Ludi Lin, Emily Maddison, RJ Cyler, Fiona Vroom, Lisa Berry, Patrick Sabongui, Caroline Cave, Anjali Jay, Morgan Taylor Campbell, Kayden Magnuson
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Rated: PG-13

One confession out of the way, let’s get on to the next.

Let the hate-fest begin: I hate the original Power Rangers series (1993-1999).

I’m sorry. I know it’s popular, got a cult following, etc. But I hated it then and I still do. I know it has nothing to do with the corny stuff, though, because I love Sailor Moon (1995-2000). I couldn’t really explain why I dislike the Power Rangers… I just do.

This film, however, looks pretty damn good. It almost makes me want to give the original material another chance. And THAT, my friends, is the sign of a really good reboot.

3 – Ghost in the Shell (March 31)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Arad Productions, DreamWorks, Grosvenor Park Productions, Paramount Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Seaside Entertainment, Steven Paul Productions
Director: Rupert Sanders
Writer: Jamie Moss, Masamune Shirow
Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Michael Pitt, Juliette Binoche, Michael Wincott, Pilou Asbaek, Rila Fukushima, Takeshi Kitano, Chin Han, Chris Obi, Joseph Naufahu, Peter Fernando, Aswoa Aboah, Lasarus Ratuere, Yutaka Izumihara, Pete Teo
Genre: Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Rated: NR

I have been looking forward to Ghost in the Shell since the moment I found out there was going to be a live action version. I’m practically dancing in my seat just thinking about how close we are to the opening of this film.

Do I need any more reason other than thinking the anime is awesome?

2 – Beauty and the Beast (March 17)

Tag Line: Be our guest.
Production Company: Mandeville Films, Walt Disney Pictures
Director: Bill Condon
Writer: Stephen Chbosky, Evan Spiliotopoulos, Jeanna-Marie Leprince de Beaumont
Actors: Dan Stevens, Emma Watson, Luke Evans, Ewan McGragor, Josh Gad, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Kevin Kline, Sonoya Mizuno, Hattie Morahan, Audra McDonald, Adrian Schiller, Henry Garrett, Nathan Mack, Alexis Loizon, Zoe Rainey
Genre: Family, Fantasy, Musical
Rated: PG

Beauty and the Beast (1991) is my favorite of the old-school Disney cartoons. I related to Belle when I was a little girl because of how independent she was and how enthusiastic she was about reading. I’ve seen a few live action versions of it before, but they strayed so far from any incarnation of the story that I was familiar with, that they might as well have been something else entirely.

This film looks like it’s going to be very close to the original Disney project, which makes me happy. Besides, I think Emma Watson (My Week with Marilyn, The Bling Ring, Noah) is going to make an amazing Belle.

1 – Logan (March 3)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Donners’ Company, Kinberg Genre, Marvel Entertainment, TSG Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Director: James Mangold
Writer: James Mangold, Scott Frank, Michael Green, John Romita Sr., Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Herd Trimpe, Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost, David James Kelly
Actors: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen, Boyd Holbrook, Stephen Merchant, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Richard E. Grant, Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal, Quincy Fouse, Reynaldo Gallegos, Krzysztof Soszynski, Stephen Dunlevy, Daniel Bernhardt, Ryan Sturz
Genre: Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Rated: R

This is supposedly going to be the last time Hugh Jackman (Chappie, Pan, Movie 43) plays Wolverine…. and he’s playing my FAVORITE incarnation of the character: Old Man Logan. It’s the end of an era.

The sadness of losing our Wolverine aside, the look of the trailer is incredible. The storyline actually looks great… and so do the characters.

Ladies and gents we may just have a stand-alone Wolvy movie that’s worth the millions they put into it!

I’ve already got my tickets.

Movies to Look out For
According to: Cat

Power Rangers .20
Deidra & Laney Rob a Train .19
Atomica .18
All Nighter .17
Kidnap .16
The Zookeeper’s Wife .15
The Last Word .14
Goon: Last of the Enforcers .13
Before I Fall .12
Lavender .11
The Belko Experiment .10
MindGamers (aka DxM) .9
The Boss Baby .7
The Ottoman Lieutenant .6
Kong: Skull Island .5
Life .4
Logan .3
Ghost in the Shell .2
Beauty and the Beast .1

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