"Transformers: The Last Knight" is a science fiction action film, and the fifth in the "Transformers" live-action film franchise. The film sees the Transformers living in a new world order where they are hunted down by humans. With Optimus Prime out in space looking for his creators, the Autobots are in disarray. Soon, a threat more powerful than any they have dealt with before arrives, and the Transformers learn some startling secrets about their history on Earth.
"Doraemon The Movie: Nobita's Great Adventure In The Antarctic Kachi Kochi" is a Japanese 2D animated comedy adventure in Japanese with English subtitles, and it is the 37th film in the "Doraemon" franchise.
“Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry” is a Japanese 2D animated fantasy action film that’s part of the “Fairy Tail” anime and manga franchise. The film sees the Fairy Tail team going after a devastatingly powerful artefact in another kingdom.
An inauspicious start lies ahead for Universal's new franchise – with dreadful box office predictions and equally dreadful reviews coming in for 'The Mummy'.
“Resident Evil: Vendetta” is a Japanese 3D animated action horror-thriller in English. It is the third 3D animated film in the “Resident Evil” franchise, and takes place in the same shared universe as the “Resident Evil” games. It is not in the same shared universe as the live action “Resident Evil” films.
“Napping Princess” is a fantasy drama anime. The film follows the adventures of a sorceress in a steampunk world who is a normal schoolgirl when she wakes up. “Napping Princess” is directed and written by Kenji Kamiyama.
Ridley Scott directs and Katherine Waterston stars in “Alien: Covenant”. “Alien: Covenant” is a science fiction horror film that’s the sixth in the “Alien” franchise and the second of the prequel movies.
“Kuroko’s Basketball the Movie: Last Game” is a Japanese sports drama anime that is in Japanese with English and Chinese subtitles. It is based on the anime “Kuroko’s Basketball”, where a high school team of super-powered basketball players (the Generation of Miracles) split up into different senior high teams because of their hubris, leading their phantom sixth player, Kuroko, to go on a quest to defeat each of them and show them the power of friendship. This film sees an American street basketball team publicly insulting Japanese basketball, forcing the nation’s greatest players to band together to prove the mettle of Japan’s basketballers.
“Sex Doll” is a French drama in English and French. “Sex Doll” is directed and written by Sylvie Verheyde. It stars Hafsia Herzi (Virginie), Ash Stymest (Ruppert), Karole Rocher (Raphaelle), Ira Max (Sofia), and Lyndsay Karamoh (Electre).
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is an American superhero film in English. It is the sequel to 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy”, and the fifteenth instalment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When a mysterious stranger arrives, claiming to be Peter Quill’s father, the Guardians of the Galaxy go on a quest to uncover his true parentage.
Secret ending? No. Running time: 104 minutes (~1.75 hours) “Pop Aye” is a Singaporean drama that’s in Thai. The film follows the journey of a washed-up architect and his childhood elephant, Pop Aye, as they journey back to their hometown in search of answers and a purpose. “Pop Aye” was directed and written by Kirsten Tan. It stars Thaneth Warakulnukroh (Thana), Bong (Pop Aye the elephant), Penpak Sirikul (Bo), Chaiwat Khumdee (Dee), Yukontorn Sukkijja (Jenni), and Narong Pongpab (Peak). It is rated M18. As you might have guessed, the cartoon “Popeye” is an important plot point in “Pop ...
“Fast and Furious 8” is an American action film in English. It is the eighth movie in “The Fast and the Furious” franchise. The film revolves around the betrayal of Dominic Toretto, one of the main protagonists of “The Fast and the Furious” series.
It stars Kang Ye-won (Jang Young-sil), Han Chae-a (Na Jung-an), Jo Jae-yun (Deputy Park), Kim Min-kyo (Mr Yang), and Namkoong Min (Choi Min-suk). Don’t be fooled by the posters for “Part-time Spy” — in the film, Jang Young-sil (Kang Ye-won) looks nothing like what she does in the posters.
“Power Rangers” is an American superhero drama in English. It is based on the “Power Rangers” franchise, specifically the first season of the TV show, which was adapted from scenes from a Japanese TV series. “Power Rangers” is directed by Dean Israelite, with a screenplay by John Gatins.
“Let’s Go Jets” is a Japanese comedy drama in Japanese with English subtitles. It’s based on the real life Jets cheer dance team from Fukui Commercial High School in Japan and their victories in the National Dance Alliance (NDA) National Championship in the United States. “Let’s Go Jets” is direct by Hayato Kawai and written by Tamio Hayashi.
“Beauty and the Beast” is an American romantic musical in English. “Beauty and the Beast” is directed by Bill Condon, with a screenplay by Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos. It stars Emma Watson (Belle), Dan Stevens (Beast), Luke Evans (Gaston), Kevin Kline (Maurice), Josh Gad (LeFou), Ewan McGregor (Lumiere), Ian McKellen (Cogsworth), Stanley Tucci (Maestro Cadenza), Emma Thompson (Mrs Potts), Aura McDonald (Madam de Garderobe), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Plumette), and Nathan Mack (Chip).
“A Silent Voice” is a Japanese young adult anime drama in Japanese, with English subtitles. It is also known as “The Shape of Voice”. “A Silent Voice” is directed by Naoko Yamada, with a screenplay by Reiko Yoshida.
“Kong: Skull Island” is an American monster film, the reboot of the “King Kong” franchise and the second instalment in the “MonsterVerse”. It sees a group of explorers arriving on Skull Island in the 1970s to learn more about a giant ape, Kong. “Kong: Skull Island” is directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, with a story and screenplay by Dan Gilroy.
“Rock Dog” is 3D animated comedy that’s based on the Chinese graphic novel, “Tibetan Rock Dog”. “Rock Dog” is directed by Ash Brannon, with a story and screenplay by him too. It features the voice talents of Luke Wilson (Bodi), Eddie Izzard (Angus Scattergood), J.K. Simmons (Khampa), Lewis Black (Linnux), Kenan Thompson (Riff), Mae Whitman (Darma), Jorge Garcia (Germur), Matt Dillon (Trey), and Sam Elliot (Fleetwood).
“Logan” is an American superhero drama. It is the third film to feature Hugh Jackman as the title character, Wolverine, and the tenth film in the “X-Men” film franchise. The film follows an aged, sick Wolverine and a senile Professor X in a world without mutants.