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Vengeance of an Assassin


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Logan 2017


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Synopsis In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.
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Evan Almighty


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Evan Almighty God contacts Congressman Evan Baxter and tells him to build an ark in preparation for a great flood.
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Free Love Era (2015)


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Free Love Era (2015)
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Female Hostel (2017)


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Female Hostel (2017)
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The Great Wall​ (2017)


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The Great Wall​ (2017)
European mercenaries searching for black powder become embroiled in the defense of the Great Wall of China against a horde of monstrous creatures.
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Thongdee The Warrior (2016)


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Thongdee The Warrior (2016)
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Swamp Freak (2017)


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Six college students go into the wetlands to find their missing professor after he takes off in search of the mythical and deadly monster known as the ‘Swamp Freak.’
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The Witcher: First Hunt


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The Witcher: First Hunt
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The Wicked One (2017)


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The Wicked One (2017)
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Kadamban (2017)


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Kadamban (2017)
Apr. 14, 2017(India)138 Min.N/A
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The honey-extracting tribal folks of Kadambavanam, a village in the deep interiors of dense forests, enjoy their peaceful & humble lives with the philosophical company of their forefathers. Presence of limestone underneath earns the village some interest from unethical vultures. With multiple soft evacuation plans failing against the tribal resistance, they resort to uglier ways putting the villagers’ lives into complete disarray. Can they withstand when payback time presents itself?
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Dragon Hunter (2017)


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xXx: Return of Xander Cage


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After coming out of self-imposed exile, daredevil operative Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) must race against time to recover a sinister weapon known as Pandora's Box, a device that controls every military satellite in the world. Recruiting a new group of thrill-seeking cohorts, Xander finds himself entang… More
Release date: January 19, 2017 (Cambodia)
Director: D. J. Caruso
Budget: 85 million USD
Box office: 346.1 million USD
Music composed by: Brian Tyler, Robert Lydecker
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We've seen all these stunts pulled before, and seen them done better, but there's some pleasure to be had here — even if it's of the extremely guilty kind. Full review
Dan Jolin
Empire
Like its predecessors, this action sequel is heavy on stunts, noise, fights, shoot-outs, and the objectification of women -- but very light in the areas of writing or intelligence. Full review
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
xXx: Return of Xander Cage serves up all the expected over-the-top action, but it won't win the series any new fans due to various shortcomings. Full review
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Alien Vs Zombies (2017)


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Alien Vs Zombies (2017)
May. 03, 2017(USA)70 Min.
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Adventure Comedy Horror USA Info Cast Images Links Synopsis Report Movie
Joe Alien fulfills a dream of coming to Earth to find that it’s overrun by zombies. Finding an ally in young Parker, he attempts to save the world!
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Baahubali 2 The Conclusion (2017)


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Our hero Shivudu comes to terms with his legacy and the responsibility placed on him by this knowledge. Amarendra Baahubali’s quest aims to find the answer to the question “Why did Kattappa kill Mahendra Baahubali ?”
Baahubali 2 The Conclusion (2017)
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Moms Friend 3


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Kong Skull Island (2017)


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Storyline

A washed up monster chaser convinces the U.S. Government to fund a trip to an unexplored island in the South Pacific. Under the guise of geological research, the team travels to "Skull Island". Upon arrival, the group discover that their mission may be complicated by the wildlife which inhabits the island. The beautiful vistas and deadly creatures create a visually stunning experience that is sure to keep your attention. Written by Jason Burns

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Plot Keywords: soldier | death | photographic camera | 70s | monster versus monster | See All (320) »
Taglines: All hail the King See more »
Genres: Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and for brief strong language. | See all certifications »
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Official Sites: Official Facebook | Official site | See more »
Country: USA | China | Australia | Canada
Language: English | Vietnamese
Release Date: 10 March 2017 (USA) See more »
Also Known As: Kong: Skull Island See more »
Filming Locations: Village Roadshow Studios, Oxenford, Queensland, Australia See more »
Box Office

Budget: $185,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend: $61,015,000 (USA) (10 March 2017)
Gross: $163,915,391 (USA) (21 April 2017)
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Company Credits

Production Co: Legendary Entertainment, Tencent Pictures, Warner Bros. See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime: 118 min
Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Datasat | SDDS | IMAX 6-Track | 12-Track Digital Sound (IMAX 12 track)| Dolby Atmos
Color: Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Trivia
The names Conrad and Marlow are a reference to the novel "Heart of darkness" , written by Joseph Conrad featuring a main character named Marlow. The novel was also the inspiration for the movie Apocalypse now. See more »
Goofs
The establishing shot of the Athena shows a CH-47 Chinook helicopter on the bow, four UH-1 Hueys amidships, and one CH-53 Sea Stallion on the stern. In the helicopter battle with Kong later, at least 10 Hueys are shown. See more »
Quotes
Houston Brooks: [to Conrad and Weaver] This world never belonged to us, it belongs to THEM. The only question is how long we have before they take it back.
San: Kong is not the only King!
[presents records of other monsters]
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Crazy Credits
SPOILER: There is a scene after the closing credits: Brooks and Lin meet Conrad and Weaver and show them records that indicate other monsters existing on Earth; the monsters seen are Rodan, Ghidorah, Mothra and Godzilla. The scene ends with Godzilla's roar. See more »
Connections
References Daikaijû Gamera (1965) See more »
Soundtracks
Run Through the Jungle
Written by John Fogerty
Performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival
Courtesy of Fantasy Records
By permission of Concord Music Group, Inc.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How will this film connect to Godzilla (2014)?
Q: Is Kong as big as Godzilla?
Q: Is this a sequel to Peter Jackson's King Kong (2005)?
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Action, Packed, Adventure Film That is a Must See Event.
11 March 2017 | by stephaniemiller-44904 (Minneapolis, MN) – See all my reviews
When I saw Skull Island on opening day, I could wait to see it as I sat in my seat inside the theater. I was so epic to see this film. From scene after scene I couldn't stop watching it. I saw this film twice in one day and I have to say it was worth the watch. If you love Kong and you love movies about monsters this a ticket you can't miss out on.

The actors in this film were great especially John C. Reilly's character and is love for the Chicago Cubs baseball team. As a baseball fan I have to laugh at that. From top to bottom this film is definitely a blockbuster ticket and a great adventure to be on. When you see this film you'll enjoy the ride.

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Railroad Tigers (2016)


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A railroad worker in China in 1941 leads a team of freedom fighters against the Japanese in order to get food for the poor.

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Taglines: Roaring soon
Genres: Action | Comedy | War
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Official Sites: Official site [Japan]
Country: China
Language: Mandarin | Japanese | English
Release Date: 3 January 2017 (Cambodia) See more »
Also Known As: Tie dao fei hu See more »
Filming Locations: Diaobingshan, China
Box Office

Budget: $50,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend: $116,211 (USA) (6 January 2017)
Gross: $217,051 (USA) (27 January 2017)
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Company Credits

Production Co: Sparkle Roll Media, Shanghai Film Group, Beijing Going Zoom Media See more »
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Runtime: 124 min
Color: Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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During the last days of shooting, Zitao Huang got chicken pox. But after two days resting, he went back to the filming site and persisted to film the final scene. See more »
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Too much slapstick and too little character work turns this celebration of wartime heroism into a farcical war comedy - and renders Jackie Chan largely inconsequential
23 December 2016 | by moviexclusive (Singapore) – See all my reviews
If you've seen 'Little Big Soldier' or 'Police Story 2013', you'll know better than to expect Jackie Chan's third collaboration with Mainland filmmaker Ding Sheng to be a martial arts showcase of the former's acrobatic stunts. And sure enough, despite being billed as 'a Jackie Chan action-comedy blockbuster', 'Railroad Tigers' is really an ensemble piece set against the backdrop of the Japanese invasion of East China in the early 1940s. Based upon true events, Chan plays a humble railroad worker named Ma Yuan who leads a ragtag team from his village to blow up a critical transportation route across the Hanzhuang bridge for the Japanese to send supplies to their troops at the frontlines.

Once again assuming both writing and directing duties, Ding Sheng keeps the premise appealingly simple. Not content to toil for the invading Japanese in their respective jobs, Ma Yuan and his fellow railroad workers as well as a bunch of other working-class village folk take to robbing them every now and then – indeed, it is in the midst of one such daring midday robbery of a passenger train carrying a group of Japanese soldiers and their pillages that the members of the titular ragtag team are introduced via title cards. An Eighth Route army soldier Daguo (Darren Wang) stumbles into Ma Yuan's humble but cosy village house one night while evading capture by the Japanese, the former recounting how his platoon had tried but failed to detonate the aforementioned bridge. Upon his recovery, Daguo insists on returning to his platoon. Alas, Daguo fails to make it back before being shot by the Japanese, so Ma Yuan decides to assemble the team to complete his assignment – and in so doing, realises their collective hopes of 'doing something big' or '干票大 的'.

Though his previous movies seemed to demonstrate his predilection for character-driven storytelling, Ding Sheng is all out for visual spectacle here, structuring his narrative around a series of extended action sequences– the opening train robbery is an ambitious start that also sets a playful tone, followed by a raid on the armoury warehouse at Shaguo station to procure the explosives needed to blow up the bridge, then a heroic attempt to rescue Ma Yuan and his associate Rui (Jaycee Chan) imprisoned by the Japanese in a square metal cell on board another moving train, and last but not least the loudest, longest and undeniably overblown (pardon the pun) setpiece to hijack a Japanese military transport locomotive intended as the very 'bomb' itself. In between are scenes meant to emphasise the camaraderie between the ragtag team of revolutionaries, arguably too short and too sparse for any individual character – except Ma Yuan and Rui – to make much impression.

That said, 'Railroad Tigers' probably bears the least character work among all of Ding Sheng's movies so far. Ma Yuan's status as leader seems premised solely on his age and paternal instincts, and other than hinting at a slow-burn romance with the village pancake seller Auntie Qin, there is little else that defines him. The same goes for the other railroad workers Rui and Dagui (Ping Sang) as well as the other members of the 'Tigers' – amateur tailor Dahai (Huang Zitao), handywoman Xing'er (Xu Fan) and serial pickpocketer San Laizi (Alan Ng). Because Chan plays Ma Yuan low-key and unassuming, it is former warlord bodyguard Fan Chuan (Wang Kai) who steals his thunder whenever the latter is on screen, putting his sharpshooting skills to good use especially during shootouts with the Japanese. Next to the Tigers, the Japanese are defined by the cocky military police captain Yamaguchi (Hiroyuki Ikeuchi), his stern no-nonsense female colleague Yuko (Zhang Lanxin) and to a lesser extent the bumbling station master Sakamoto (Kôji Yano). With the sheer number of characters, it is not difficult to see why there is little time to develop any of them, such that each becomes known by and large by his or her relation to the unfolding narrative.

Like we said earlier, the action takes centrestage, interspersed now and then with slapstick gags that do not always hit the mark. Chan's good-natured goofiness is still amusing, but the humour borders on childish at times, and undercuts the build-up of dramatic tension especially during the supposedly tense and dangerous situations. In fact, an extended gag that sees Yamaguchi consume not one but two drugged pancakes prepared by Auntie Qin which causes him fall asleep while the Tigers act to rescue Ma Yuan and Rui as well as turn lecherous against the male deputy station master held for interrogation is downright farcical – besides raising suspicions of the filmmakers' disdain towards the Japanese, it also diminishes the intended display of bravery of the Tigers.

It doesn't matter that 'Railroad Tigers' contains next to none of Jackie Chan's death-defying stunts; in fact, true fans of the martial arts actor should be happy that his films are not solely defined by how high he jumps or how far he leaps. Oh no, Ding Sheng's latest collaboration with Chan is underwhelming because it seems no more than an excuse for the former to live out his childhood fantasies of trains in a big-budget motion picture, disguising his fancies under a purported celebration of the heroism of a group of ordinary civilians displayed in the anti-Japanese war effort. Ironically, his latest film could have benefited with more of the self-seriousness in 'Police Story 2013' (which was accused of being too sombre), instead of letting the often foolish and even self-indulgent humour to dilute the action and drama. Ding's inspiration is also the Hollywood Westerns of trains and train heists, and on that level alone, 'Railroad Tigers' is certainly watchable; but for a Jackie Chan movie, it is undeniably disappointing, not least because Chan doesn't even get to do much beyond appearing next to his son and/or a whole bunch of other Mainland actors.
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My Wife’s video (2017)


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Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back


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A monk (Kris Wu) and his disciples encounter a spider demon and other fantastic creatures on their travels.
Initial release: February 16, 2017 (Indonesia)
Director: Tsui Hark
Box office: 247.6 million USD
Film series: Journey to the West series
Budget: 63.9 million USD
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