Monday, May 1, 2017

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

According to: Selina

20 – MamaBoy (5/23)

Tag Line: High school just got weirder.
Production Company: My Hero Productions
Director: Aaron Leong
Writer: Rick Kuebler
Actors: Sean O’Donnell, Alexandria DeBerry, Gary Busey, Stephen Tobolowsky, Michael Eric Reid, Dylan Riley Snyder, J.D. Rudometkin, Eric Wheeler, Nick Fenske, Jesse Miller, Pamela Finney, Michael Reep, Jack Shelton, Shelley K. Booker
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Rated: PG-13

I went back and forth about adding this film to my list. In the end, it really did look kind of amusing.

It’s reminiscent of Junior (1994), a film where Arnold Schwarzenegger (Aftermath, Sabotage, The Expendables) plays a pregnant man. It’s not quite the same thing, since good old Arnie played an adult and this film takes place in the high school years of the main characters.  

This film seems like what would have happened if Junior had been released on the Disney channel as a TV movie. That’s not a terrible thing, I’ve enjoyed a few Disney TV movies in my time.

I know very little about the cast of this movie and this is the first full length feature film that the director and writer have worked on in those specific credits. That makes this film a wild card. Depending on how it’s handled, it could be hilarious; it could also be an eye-rolling cringe-fest. We’ll see.

19 – Lady Bloodfight (5/5)

Tag Line: The year the only way out is to kill them all.
Production Company: Voltage Pictures, B&E Productions
Director: Chris Nahon
Writer: Bey Logan, Judd Bloch
Actors: Amy Johnston, Muriel Hofmann, Jenny Wu, Kathy Wu, Jet Tranter, Mayling Ng, Sunny Coelst, Rosemary Vandebrouck, Lisa Cheng, Chalinene Bassinah, Lauren Rhoden, Lisa Henderson, Isa Sofa Chan Kwan Nga, Nathalie Ng, Happy Ma, Xiao Xia, Wing-Hin Ho, Mon Choi, Kirt Kishita, Joe Fiorella, Cecilia Reynal, Ines Laimins, Jai Day, Harry Oram, James Carss, John Dovoacc
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Rated: R

Lady Bloodfight looks like an all (or mostly) female version of Mortal Kombat (1995). It’s the same basic idea at the core.

The film seems to be based on a tournament of martial arts fighters, though it’s not a fight for the world. In fact, it seems to be a fight for something much more basic: money.

Despite the corny and somewhat badly acted reality of the Mortal Kombat movie, I rather enjoyed it. At the very least I remember it fondly. That means seeing a trailer like this one is incredibly nostalgic for me.

It does seem to take some paths that are unique to this kind of storyline, however, and that makes it more interesting than it would seem otherwise. I’m not sure I expect A-list kind of acting, but as B-movies go I have relatively high hopes.

18 – Worthless (5/10)

Tag Line: Fifteen years later, karma bullies back.
Production Company: Cinemaddict Films, Cinestyle Media Group, Worthless Movie LLC
Director: Rob Hawk
Writer: Chris Cardillo Sr., Rob Hawk
Actors: Tara Reid, Quinton Aaron, Erin O’Brien, Fallon Maressa, Deborah Tucker, Cabrina Collesides, Chelsea Foster, Alexandra Grossi, Rene Vettese, Tanya Christiansen, Jamie Houk, Dustin Young, Laura Hine, Jefferson Sanders, Lina Carollo, Christine Nyland, Chris Cardillo Sr., Erica Seelig, Chris Cardillo, Debbie Gianfortune, Jasmine Vargas, Matt Brickner, Laura Witsker
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Rated: Unrated

If you made Bring It On (2000) a horror film, this is what it would have been. That alone kind of intrigues me.

I really enjoy films like this that take a trope from another genre and twist it to add a different spin.

Here we see the basic ‘cheerleaders rule the school’ trope that’s in almost every teen drama or high school comedy ever created and it’s used to really open the door to another perspective on it. That means that even though the trope is well-known, it actually feels newer.

I’ll admit that Tara Reid (Sharknado, Last Call, Silent Partner) is a little hit-or-miss as an actress. She’s her best when she’s in B-movies where she can just cut loose and not worry about perfection. Worthless seems to be more of a serious film, however, which means she might not do as well as she could.

I’m still ready to keep an open mind.

17 – Lowriders (5/12)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Blumhouse Productions, Imagine Entertainment, Universal Pictures
Director: Ricardo de Montreuil
Writer: Cheo Hodari Coker, Elgin James
Actors: Melissa Benoist, Eva Longoria, Theo Rossi, Demian Bichir, Cress Williams, Tony Revolori, Gabriel Chavarria, Johanna Sol, Bryan Rubio
Genre: Drama
Rated: PG-13

Dramas aren’t usually my go-to films, unless they’re this kind of gritty family-type drama.

When I tell people I grew up in Brooklyn, this tends to be what they think about but they’re quite wrong. I grew up in a Hassidic neighborhood and I spent my time with friends in Bensonhurst, which was primarily Italian. If that sounds segregated that’s only because it is. Every neighborhood in Brooklyn is known to belong to a specific group. If things start to shift, it’s highly noticeable and talked about.

I can think of places in Brooklyn that resemble what is seen in Lowriders, but that’s not the part that fascinates me.

This film is a peek into a culture I know very little about and involves a present father which, sadly, I also know very little about. I feel like it could really expand my perspective on things by sitting down and watching Lowriders. On top of that, I hardly feel like I’d be bored watching it.

Also, I’m still a huge fan of Theo Rossi (Luke Cage, Sons of Anarchy, Bad Hurt).

16 – Black Site Delta (5/5)

Tag Line: Don’t expect the good guys to save you.
Production Company: Benattar/Thomas Productions, Base Film Productions
Director: Jesse Gustafson
Writer: Rick Benattar, Guy Stevenson, Nigel Thomas
Actors: Cam Gigandet, Teri Reeves, Sherri Eakin, Jeremy Sande, Benjamin Charles Watson, Chris Bosarge, Courtney Compton, Dion Mucciacito, Casey Hendershot, John Brodsky, Michael Randall, Arash Mokhtar, Danny Cosmo, Michael Dale, Noah Cook, Curtis Nichouls
Genre: Action
Rated: Unrated

This looks kind of like a powerless version of the Suicide Squad (2016). The premise is relatively the same from what I can tell. We don’t really need another version of the Suicide Squad (unless they decide to release a version that hasn’t been cut to all hell), but I do think that this kind of part will be good for Cam Gigandet (Reckless, 4 Minute Mile, Easy A).

This is another film that can go either way. Either it can be handled right and the creators can give it its own identity away from Suicide Squad or it could wind up being basically a remake with less comic book characters. I’m hoping for the former, obviously.

15 – War Machine (5/26)

Tag Line: From the producers of the Big Short comes a story about the politics of war.
Production Company: Netflix, Plan B Entertainment
Director: David Michod
Writer: Michael Hastings, David Michod
Actors: Brad Pitt, Anthony Hayes, John Magaro, Anthony Michael Hall, Emory Cohen, Topher Grace, Daniel Betts, Aymen Hamdouchi, RJ Cyler, Alan Ruck, Nicholas Jones, Will Poulter, Lakeith Stanfield, Ben Kingsley, Meg Tilly, Griffin Dunne, Josh Stewart, Kola Bokinni, Derek Siow, Hopper Penn, Pico Alexander, Scoot McNairy, Justin Rosniak, Paolo Gasparini, Simon Werner, Sian Thomas, Reggie Brown, Hassani Shapi, Richard Glover, Elham Ehsas, Paul Hickey, Georgina Rylance, Tilda Swinton, Aykut Hilmi, Nezar Alderazi, Kick Gurry, Nicholas Maude, Rufus Wright, Gijs Scholten van Aschat, Mirrah Foulkes, Tim Downie, John Street, Andrew Byron
Genre: Comedy, Drama, War
Rated: Unrated

This film has no association with the Marvel hero. If that film is coming, it’s not this month.

On the Netflix US YouTube page, they describe this film as part reality, part savage parody… and I can’t help but notice that Brad Pitt’s (Allied, The Big Short, 12 Years a Slave) character looks a lot like General Mattis. I don’t know what parts of the story are real and which are fake, but I’m amused at the prospect that some of it might actually be a look into reality.

This film has a really good cast and a decent premise. I don’t care if it’s true – fully or partially. I think with something like this you need to take every fact you ‘learn’ in it with a grain of salt. There’s bound to be a left or right leaning bias woven in by the writer. If you ignore the politics, though, it should be an awesome watch.  

14 – Wakefield (5/19)

Tag Line: He’s checked out.
Production Company: Mockingbird Pictures, Dominion Pictures
Director: Robin Swicord
Writer: Robin Swicord
Actors: Jennifer Garner, Bryan Cranston, Jason O’Mara, Beverly D’Angelo, Ian Anthony Dale, Pippa Bennett-Warner, Ellery Sprayberry, Frederick Keeve, Monica Lawson, Isaac Leyva, Victoria Bruno , Eliza Coleman, Alexander Zale, Cameron Simmons, Carinna Rossignoli
Genre: Drama
Rated: Unrated

Who hasn’t gotten to such a stressful point that they’ve thought about just picking up and leaving?

I don’t mean thinking of leaving friends and family behind, more like taking a vacation. This film examines the extreme version of that where leaving the people one loves behind becomes an option. I expect it to be an incredible tearjerker of a film. I also expect that it will be acted flawlessly, which is something Bryan Cranston (SuperMansion, Power Rangers, Why Him?) is known for.

The writer/director, Robin Swicord (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Practical Magic, Matilda), is responsible for some real masterpieces, as well. I think there’s very little chance that this film will be less than amazing.

13 – Black Butterfly (5/26)

Tag Line: There is a reason you don't talk to strangers.
Production Company: Ambi Pictures, Battleplan Productions, Compadre Entertainment, Paradox Studios
Director: Brian Goodman
Writer: Marc Frydman, Justin Stanley
Actors: Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Piper Perabo, Antonio Banderas, Abel Ferrara, Nicholas Aaron, Vincent Riotta, Nathalie Rapti Gomez, Alexandra Klim, Randall Paul, Gioia Libardoni, Timothy Martin, Katie McGovern, Cristina Moglia, Cherish Gaines, Tracy Green
Genre: Thriller
Rated: R

Black Butterfly looks like an awesome, original, straight-up thriller. It’s based off a French film called Papillon Noir (2008). The two films sound like something I would be looking forward to if it came up on Netflix. I might search for the French film to add to our Foreign Film Friday queue.

Sure, there are some base tropes that are utilized. The evil hitchhiker, the woman who checks on the victim after a few days, the blocked writer… and a few others. Really though, it’s kind of difficult to make a film these days where you don’t hit on some kind of trope, regardless of how original the story is.

The cast is experienced and has a lot of praise under their belt, but the writers/director are relatively new to their specific positions. I think the collective experience of the cast will help raise the bar for this film.

12 – Snatched (5/12)

Tag Line: This is the closest they’ve been in years.
Production Company: Chernin Entertainment, Feigco Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Director: Jonathan Levine
Writer: Katie Dippold
Actors: Goldie Hawn, Ike Barinholtz, Amy Schumer, Joan Cusack, Christopher Meloni, Randall Park, Colin Quinn, Tom Bateman, Oscar Jaenada, Wanda Sykes, Jiaoying Liang, Arturo Castro, Kevin Kane, Ty Quiamboa
Genre: Action, Comedy
Rated: R

Snatched looks funny. Its got a raunchy feel to it that’s kind of cool. I have to admit, though, I’d be a LOT more interested if Amy Schumer (Trainwreck, Inside Amy Schumer, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World) wasn’t in it. I don’t hate her or anything, I’m just a smidge sick of her. She’s a little boring to me at this point, not really sure why. Still, I can’t deny that the movie looks pretty good and it has a cool premise to it.

As sick of Schumer as I am, though… I’m happy that I’m going to get to see more from the director, Jonathan Levine (Warm Bodies, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, The Night Before). I’ve seen some of his stuff in the past and I think he’s good at what he does. I’d like to see more in the future.

11 – Dead Awake (5/12)

Tag Line: An ancient evil. Trapped in a world of darkness. Waiting for someone to believe.
Production Company: Aristar Entertainment, Gama Entertainment Partners, Incendiary Features
Director: Phillip Guzman
Writer: Jeffrey Reddick
Actors: Lori Petty, Jesse Bradford, Brea Grant, Jocelin Donahue, Jesse Borrego, James Eckhouse, Liz Mikel, Jeffrey Reddick, Billy Blair, Mona Lee Fultz
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Rated: Unrated

I experienced sleep paralysis – or something close to it – exactly once in my life. I was laying on a couch, opposite my boyfriend at the time. We were studying and I fell asleep because, to this day, I find Ernest Hemmingway boring. In the dream, I kept waking up into the exact same dream until I ‘woke up’ to see him on the other side of the couch, finally. I was screaming for him to help me, and to wake me up (because I was aware I was sleeping at that point) but he didn’t move because I wasn’t actually saying anything.

That stayed with me for a long time. Still sends a chill down my spine when I think of it.

This film touches on that kind of phenomenon and I expect it to be blood-curdling.

10 – The Wall (5/12)

Tag Line: This isn’t war. It’s a game.
Production Company: Amazon Studios, Big Indie Pictures, Picrow
Director: Doug Liman
Writer: Dwain Worrell
Actors: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, John Cena, Spencer Thomas, Laith Nakli
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Rated: R

I love war films like this. There are few, if any, fancy explosions. There are very little in the way of computer effects. It’s just a couple of soldiers, a sniper, and the bare face of mortality. In my opinion, films like this are hundreds of times more frightening than any other movie.

Watching movies like The Wall, I get a knot in my stomach. I’ve had a lot of friends that have been over-seas and the idea of any of them being in such a hopeless situation sends chills up my spine. Even those that have just been acquaintances.

I don’t always like the idea of wrestlers making the transition into films. I mean, there are some that make it, like Dwayne Johnson (Moana, Ballers, Furious 7), but there are some that try and wind up being complete and total failures, like Paul Levesque (Warrior: The Ultimate Legend, The Chaperone, Blade: Trinity). Watching Triple H in anything not WWE-related is just… painful. However, I feel like this kind of film could be a great vehicle for John Cena (Sisters, Trainwreck, The Reunion). He’s got the right look and is familiar with that kind of soldier-esque personality. I’d definitely believe it.

I hope he lives up to expectations.

9 – Enter the Warrior’s Gate (5/5)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: EuropaCorp, Fundamental Films
Director: Matthias Hoene
Writer: Luc Besson, Robert Mark Kamen
Actors: Mark Chao, Ni Ni, Dave Bautista, Sienna Guillory, Uriah Shelton, Francis Chun-Yu Ng, Zha Ka, Ron Smoorenburg, Dakota Daulby, Luke Mac Davis, Jia Dong Liu, Tao Chen, David Liu, Fei Huang
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Rated: PG-13

A LOT of the movies that are coming out this month are stories that remind me of other films. In this case, I’m reminded of the Forbidden Kingdom (2008). Now, although a lot of critics kind of shat on that film, I really enjoyed it. It’s a guilty pleasure of mine and I can watch it over and over again. I can’t really explain why, but it doesn’t matter. Point is, I love it.

Enter the Warrior’s Gate looks like a version of the Forbidden Kingdom where the main character isn’t obsessed with films, but video games.

I’m not all too familiar with the cast in this one, which would normally make it a wild card for me… except I’m very familiar with the creators. Director Matthias Hoene (Trigger Point, Beyond the Rave, Tower Block) is still a little green, but his work includes Cockneys vs. Zombies (2012), which is a film both Cat and I adored when we watched it for Trust the Dice. I have stated that I have high hopes for him in the future. I stick by that statement.

The writers make up for Hoene’s inexperience with a list of credits that anyone could be proud of. Luc Besson (Taxi, Taken, The Big Blue) is known for writing amazing stories and characters, like those used for The Fifth Element (1997) and Nikita (2010-2013). Robert Mark Kamen (Gladiator, Kiss of the Dragon, The Transporter) is known for writing some of the same stories as Besson, but he’s also credited for writing the original Karate Kid (1984).

I highly doubt any of the creators could take this storyline and do something unacceptable with it. I have significantly high hopes for this film.

8 – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (5/26)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Infinitum Nihil
Director: Joachim Ronning, Espen Sandberg
Writer: Jeff Nathanson, Terry Rossio, Ted Elliott, Stuart Beattie, Jay Wolpert
Actors: Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley, Kaya Scodelario, David Wenham, Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush, Brenton Thwaites, Javier Bardem, Golshifteh Farahani, Stephen Graham, Kevin McNally, Martin Klebba, Adam Brown, Nico Cortez, Ben O’Toole, Zoe Ventoura, Alexander Scheer, James Mackay, Robert Morgan, Lewis McGowan, Danny Kirrane, Angus Barnett, Juan Carlos Vellido, Rodney Afif
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Rated: PG-13

I’m just really a big fan of this series, to be honest. I think it’s gone too far and I want to hate the idea of more of them… but I just really enjoy the films. I should be marooned on an island somewhere….

With rum.

7 – Alien: Covenant (5/19)

Tag Line: The path to paradise begins in hell.
Production Company: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Brandywine Productions, Scott Free Productions, TSG Entertainment
Director: Ridley Scott
Writer: Dan O’Bannon, Ronald Shusett, Jack Paglen, Michael Green, John Logan, Dante Harper
Actors: Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Demian Bichir, Carmen Ejogo, Jussie Smollett, Callie Hernandez, Amy Seimetz, Nathaniel Dean, Alexander England, Benjamin Rigby, Uli Latukefu, Tess Haubrich, Lorelei King, Goran D. Kleut, Andrew Crawford, James Franco, Guy Pearce, Noomi Rapace
Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rated: R

Admittedly, I’m less familiar with the Alien (1979) series than I should be. I’m interested, but I’ve seen less than one would expect of me. I do want to see more of them, and I will eventually.

In the meantime, it looks like Alien: Covenant could be fine if viewed as a stand-alone, which is nice. Although sequels could elevate a previous film if made right, sometimes it’s nice to have one that is made in the same universe but could be seen on its own. As people grow and get older, new fan-bases are created and older ones can fall behind if they don’t keep up with the times. This film could allow a whole new generation of people to see and appreciate the Alien franchise films.

6 – Everything, Everything (5/19)

Tag Line: Risk everything… for love.
Production Company: Alloy Entertainment, Itaca Films, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Director: Stella Meghie
Writer: J. Mills Goodloe, Nicola Yoon
Actors: Amandla Stenberg, Nick Robinson, Anika Noni Rose, Ana de la Reguera, Taylor Hickson, Danube R. Hermosillo, Farryn VanHumbeck, Robert Lawrenson, Peter Benson, Allison Riley, Dan Payne, Valareen Friday
Genre: Drama, Romance
Rated: PG-13

I thought the plot of this film was really interesting. I want to know what disease the main character is afflicted with.

I’m not familiar with any of the actors, so I don’t know how they would be able to handle the script for this kind of story. For all I know, they might not have the acting chops to pull it off… but I am still so intrigued by the trailer, and the idea of the film, that it feels worth the risk.

5 – Drone (5/26)

Tag Line: Choose your target wisely.
Production Company: Look to the Sky Films, Gold Star Productions, Interlock Capital
Director: Jason Bourque
Writer: Ian Birkett, Paul A. Birkett, Jason Bourque, Roger Patterson
Actors: Sean Bean, Mary McCormack, Joel David Moore, Sharon Taylor, Patrick Sabongui, Bradley Stryker, Kirby Morrow, Kevin O’Grady, John Emmet Tracy, Elissa Ciullo, Maxwell Haynes, Cary Alexander, Becky Hachey, Peter Dwerryhouse, Corina Akeson
Genre: Thriller
Rated: Unrated

This film is a fascinating idea. It goes into the lack of humanity behind the use of drones in war and the revenge one person takes after his family is killed by one.

I understand the use of drones on one hand, but on the other… I know the internet. In agreement with drones, I can acknowledge that it could save many lives of many soldiers that won’t have to go into dangerous territory. However, without that face to face contact, without the judgment of a human soldier, it’s hard to understand the humanity in the victims. Killing isn’t easy because it shouldn’t be easy. It should only be done when necessary, and well trained soldiers with eyes on a target could do it better than the cold touch of a machine.

I like films that peek into this new kind of war technology. Of course, I expect Sean Bean (Broken, Legends, The Martian) to die, but who doesn’t?

4 – Berlin Syndrome (5/26)

Tag Line: None
Production Company: Aquarius Films, DDP Studios, Entertainment One, Film Victoria, Fulcrum Media Finance, Memento Films International, Photoplay Films, Screen Australia
Director: Cate Shortland
Writer: Shaun Grant, Melanie Joosten, Cate Shortland
Actors: Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt, Lucie Aron, Matthias Habich, Cem Tuncay, Maia Absberg, Emma Bading, Thuso Lekwape, Nassim Avat, Elmira Bahrami, Mascha Wolf, Matthias Russel, Nadine Peschel, Viktor Baschmakov, Christoph Franken
Genre: Thriller
Rated: R

I almost didn’t recognize Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies, Point Break, Kill Me Three Times) in this trailer. She looks different than I’m used to, and she certainly acts differently than in the previous films I’ve seen her in. I am dying to see how she does in Berlin Syndrome. It seems like an edge-of-the-seat kind of thriller with tons of suspense. If she does well in it, that could mean spectacular things for her career.

I’m really looking forward to it.

3 – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (5/12)

Tag Line: From nothing comes a King.
Production Company: Safehouse Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, Warner Bros., Weed Road Pictures, Wigram Productions
Director: Guy Ritchie
Writer: Joby Harold, Guy Ritchie, Lionel Wigram, David Dobkin
Actors: Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Annabelle Wallis, Hermione Corfield, Katie McGrath, Millie Brady, Djimon Hounsou, Eric Bana, Astrid Berges-Frisbey, Georgina Campbell, Aidan Gillen, Poppy Delebingne, Eline Powell, Kamil Lemieszewski
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Rated: PG-13

It’s absolutely impossible to not want to see a film with Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy, The Lost City of Z, Pacific Rim) in it. As King Arthur, it’s an even more tempting deal. I LOVE the legends of King Arthur. The trailer looks as great as I hoped it would.

2 – Baywatch (5/25)

Tag Line: Go ahead and stare.
Production Company: Flynn Picture Company, Fremantle Productions, Hurwitz Creative, The Montecito Picture Company, Paramount Pictures, Seven Bucks Productions, Skydance Media, Uncharted
Director: Seth Gordon
Writer: Robert Ben Grant, Thomas Lennon, David Ronn, Jay Scherick, Damian Shannon, Mark Swift
Actors: Alexandra Daddario, Dwayne Johnson, Priyanka Chopra, Zac Efron, Pamela Anderson, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera, Ana Flavia Gavlak, Charlotte McKinney, David Hasselhoff, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Rob Huebel, Hannibal Buress, Jon Bass, Haviland Stillwell
Genre: Comedy
Rated: R

I really didn’t watch Baywatch (1989-2001) back in the day. To be honest, I didn’t even have any real interest in this remake/reboot/sequel (whatever it is) film at first. My interest piqued a little when Dwayne Johnson was tied to the project… but it was the trailer that sealed the deal for me.

The trailer looks fucking hilarious. It looks so much better than the booby-bouncing original series. If the series looked like THIS, I’d have actually watched it!

If it didn’t look so good, it’d have likely made the list at a higher number because I’ll follow Johnson to any film (phrasing)… but it’s as high on my list as it is because the trailer really highlights just how his specific brand of comedic acting is utilized.

1 – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (5/5)

Tag Line: Obviously.
Production Company: Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Pictures
Director: James Gunn
Writer: James Gunn, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Steve Englehart, Steve Gan, Jim Starlin, Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Jack Kirby, Bill Mantio, Keith Giffen
Actors: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff, Sylvester Stallone, Kurt Russell, Elizabeth Debicki, Chris Sullivan, Sean Gunn, Tommy Flanagan, Laura Haddock, Aaron Schwartz, Alex Klein, Evan Jones, Joe Fria, Terence Rosemore, Jimmy Urine, Stephen Blackehart, Steve Agee, Blondy Baruti, Richard Christy, Rhoda Griffis, Elizabeth Ludlow, Wyatt Oleff, Gregg Henry, Seth Green, Ving Rhames, Michael Rosenbaum, Michelle Yeoh, Miley Cyrus, nea Dune, Jeff Goldblum, David Hasselhoff, Stan Lee, Kelly Richardson
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Rated: PG-13

Baby. Groot.

There are plenty of other reasons, but… dude… omg… so cute.

If I wasn’t unavailable that day, I’d be going to the midnight showing. I’m going to have to wait a whole fucking week. Damn it.

Oh, and, rumor has it there are FIVE after credits scenes so, keep your butt in the chair until the lights come up.

Movies to Look out For
According to: Cat

Lowriders .20
Another Evil .19
The Dinner .18
War Machine .17
Dead Awake .16
Black Butterfly .15
The Shadow Effect .14
The Wall .13
The Wizard of Lies .12
Drone .11
3 Generations .10
Everything, Everything .9
Blame! .8
Berlin Syndrome .7
Enter the Warrior’s Gate .6
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales .5
Baywatch .4
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword .3
Alien: Covenant .2
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 .1

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