Complete list of Coming to Theaters. After speaking out against President Videla's anti-communist rhetoric in 1948, Neruda Gnecco is sent on the run, with the government cronies hot on his tail. When the townsfolk realize their fate, and only have 10 minutes to evacuate, The Wave capsizes tranquility with 100 tons of liquid devastation. When the two find themselves stranded in the woods, mistaken for on-the-lam criminals, they. When one of the players nails an audition for a Saturday Night Live-like sketch-comedy show, all hell breaks loose. Where to see it right now: Rent on iTunes, Amazon, and YouTube 37.
Kubo and the Two Strings Released: August 19th Cast: Charlize Theron, Art Parkinson, Rooney Mara, Matthew McConaughey Director: Travis Knight Why it's great: The stop-motion animators at Laika are the artisanal cheesemakers to Hollywood's Kraft Single-processing machine -- you can just taste the difference. Lee The Best Man Why it's great: Ice Cube revived his smack-talking franchise at a pivotal moment. Click on any of the 2016 movie posters images for complete information about all 2016 movies in theaters, including trailers. Comprised of habitat neighborhoods like ritzy Sahara Square and frigid Tundratown,. Did that guy ever have it? His tool of choice: Google Earth. March 3, 2016 March 4, 2016 March 11, 2016 March 18, 2016 March 25, 2016 April 1, 2016 April 8, 2016 April 15, 2016 April 22, 2016 April 29, 2016 May 6, 2016 May 13, 2016 May 20, 2016 May 27, 2016 June 3, 2016 June 10, 2016 June 17, 2016 June 22, 2016 June 24, 2016 July 1, 2016 July 8, 2016 July 15, 2016 July 22, 2016 July 29, 2016 August 5, 2016 August 12, 2016 August 19, 2016 August 26, 2016 September 2, 2016 September 9, 2016 September 16, 2016 September 23, 2016 September 30, 2016 October 7, 2016 October 14, 2016 October 21, 2016 October 28, 2016 November 4, 2016 November 11, 2016 November 18, 2016 November 23, 2016 December 2, 2016 December 9, 2016 December 16, 2016 December 21, 2016 December 23, 2016 Complete list of that were in theaters.
The Wave returns to those anti-Roland Emmerich proportions, pitting a small Norwegian village against a fjord-enabled tidal wave. This list, updated weekly, only features the best of the year's best, and I'm being highly selective with my choices. These are only movies that I recommend 100 percent. Where to see it right now: In theaters 35. Splashy, cartoonish action is matched by biting buffoonery that. While an understanding of Southeastern European history might enhance the viewing experience you'll have to check with a Romanian , The Treasure can be taken at face value, a financial fable that revels in the quarreling of desperate men. The movie can stumble into the excessive and dangerously cliché, but that's the price of depicting America's worst-case scenario with true bite.
Hell or High Water Released: August 12th Cast: Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine, Ben Foster, Gil Birmingham Director: David Mackenzie Starred Up Why it's great: The rootin', tootin', consideratin' modern Western follows bank-robbing brothers Pine and Foster looking to save their family farm from foreclosure while sticking it to The Man. Fences Released: December 16th Cast: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Jovan Adepo Director: Denzel Washington The Great Debaters Why it's great: This adaptation of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a national service. Even the 3-D is a blast, with swirling ghosts and proton pack beams popping offscreen. A burning building or a sinking ship was enough terror for 90 minutes of entertainment. Wilderpeople is a generous genre blend, with Waititi, director of the wacky, vampiric mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows, finding cheeky jokes in the duo's perilous journey.
And there's a happy ending, but not the one you expect. Complete list of in Theaters. Thanks to a commitment by Washington to film Wilson's body of work, the world can now witness this tightly wound examination of African-American life, adapted for film by Wilson himself he completed the screenplay before his death in 2005. Dickinson casts himself as David, an ad executive tasked with branding the new, life-altering hardware. The drama isn't as potent as Chazelle's pragmatic spectacle, but rarely do we get crowd-pleasers with a head and a heart. Little Men Released: August 5th Cast: Greg Kinnear, Paulina García, Jennifer Ehle, Theo Taplitz, Michael Barbieri Director: Ira Sachs Love Is Strange Why it's great: Everyone deserves a sharp-eyed director who makes movies about their hometown.
Brierley's life story is the setup for a feel-good drama, and Lion lands the life affirmations without schmaltzing up the hardships. Complete list of that were in Theaters. Like its actors, we are in the tank for The Wave. The patriarch is a man and a monster, a character we're all lucky to behold. New York has Sachs, a down-to-earth city scion who tackled love and apartment-hunting in the must-see Love Is Strange and returns to examine the budding friendship between two Brooklyn kids: an introvert with art skills and the safety net of white privilege, and an audacious aspiring actor being pushed out of the neighborhood by gentrification.
Feig never crosses the streams; the new movie pays homage to the original while allowing the quartet of A-list comedians to own a new batch of hero roles. The movie has the dramatic prowess to make it work, swinging from hard laughs -- Common, New Girl's Lamorne Morris, and the fiery Minaj steal the show -- to potent drama. More than a decade after the last movie, the gang's debates on relationships, gender, family, and age gaps are even wilder, thanks to the bro-heavy barbershop sharing floor space with Hall and Minaj's salon. Dennison's Ricky is an absent-minded, hip-hop-obsessed, rebellious orphan. Twenty-five years later, grown under the care of an Australian couple, the expatriate sets out to locate the mother he barely knew. Cube's Calvin, his staff, and his patrons find their usual fire silenced by tragedy. Names like Freddie Gray, Michael Brown, and Trayvon Martin are on the tips of these characters' tongues.
It's a movie with enough dramatic pizzazz that not even Reggie Watts' psychedelic performance art can steal the show but it comes close. Hunt for the Wilderpeople Released: June 24th Cast: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Rachel House, Rhys Darby Director: Taika Waititi What We Do in the Shadows Why it's great: This New Zealand backwoods adventure roughs up every single coming-of-age cliché. Deadpool 2 also stars Ryan Reynolds in the leading role. Creative Control is a familiar, cautionary tale, but with a twist: in the search for fulfillment, luxuries -- technology, exercise, sex, New York, drugs, art -- are slippery slopes to escape. Nerdua imagines the manhunt in a classic noir mode, complete with shadows, exaggerated voiceover, and a brassy soundtrack. Genre: Sort By: Start of Year: End of Year: Best Action Movies 1 imdb: 2 imdb: 3 imdb: 4 imdb: 5 imdb: 6 imdb: 7 imdb: 8 imdb: 9 imdb: 10 imdb: 11 imdb: 12 imdb: 13 imdb: 14 imdb: 15 imdb: 16 imdb: 17 imdb: 18 imdb: 19 imdb: 20 imdb: 21 imdb: 22 imdb: 23 imdb: 24 imdb: 25 imdb: 26 imdb: 27 imdb: 28 imdb: 29 imdb: 30 imdb: 31 imdb: 32 imdb: 33 imdb: 34 imdb: 35 imdb: 36 imdb: 37 imdb: 38 imdb: 39 imdb: 40 imdb: 41 imdb: 42 imdb: 43 imdb: 44 imdb: 45 imdb: 46 imdb: 47 imdb: 48 imdb: 49 imdb: 50 imdb: 51 imdb: 52 imdb:.
. Two heated performances, sexy and vicious, anchor it in the artful. Shot in diffused black and white, and narrated by an authorial observer, the movie teeters on the edge of self-parody. By prioritizing the poetry of his subject over the prose of history textbooks, Larraín stages a striking examination of political persecution. Even with Coraline, ParaNorman, and The Boxtrolls under Laika's belt, Kubo, a mythic parable of sword fights, moon demons, and talking monkeys, is the company's most imaginative ride yet, East meeting West in an adventure tinged with introspection.