Happy Death Day would’ve been a halfway decent film if it stuck to a shlocky hack-and-slash film. The direction and unsuccessful scares keeps this horror film in the “skip” category.
These kids fight tooth and nail to escape Pennywise, but the question is whether they can fight off the feeling which our demented clown feasts upon: fear.
UGH. That sums up how I feel about The Emoji Movie finishing ahead of the most solid action film of the summer, Atomic Blonde. I guess millennials and our youth swoon over poop emojis, after all.
The eighth installment in the Saw series promises more thrills and more … masks?
Summer is flying past moviegoers, and we’re kinda in the homestretch, aren’t we? What in the world is left after Spider-Man: Homecoming? Well, I can think of a couple of films that (I hope) will blow my socks off.
18 minutes of deleted scenes will be included on the Alien:Covenant Blu-ray.
Since 1982 (that’s as far back as Box Office Mojo goes), 4,807 films have been released during summertime. But which of those 4,807 made the most money?