Every story has to start from somewhere. And the Transformers' story has (at least one) new beginning: on the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie, on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken.
A possible future of the human kind: in the year 2037 humanity strives to develop soft artificial intelligence that would be able to rewrite itself, improve itself, and so increase its own intelligence to a certain limit. Soldiers and police officers are slowly being replaced by robots with the installed software developed by EDD.
Well... an entire universe has gone crazy and started to war for some stupid things as power and fame: the Avengers and their allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.
When I watch this kind of movies I always remember the first one seen in the series of giant robots, about 25 years ago, Robot Jox. To some degree, all recent movies are like copies of a successful story. The sequel of the 2013 movie will be in cinemas 23th of March 2018.
About 3 decades ago, when I was a child I used to watch Charles Bronson's movies and Death wish was a series where he used to play in. Now the idea has been resurected, with different actors, and the new movie will be in cinemas this March: Dr. Paul Kersey is a surgeon who only sees the aftermath of his city's violence as it's rushed into his ER -until his wife and college-age daughter are viciously attacked in their suburban home.
The first movie of brand new saga that will be in cinemas almost one year from now, 14 December 2018 (USA): many years after the Sixty minute war cities survive a now desolate Earth by moving around on giant wheels attacking and devouring smaller towns to replenish their resources.
A historical miniseries of 3 episodes is going to be released starting tomorrow on HBO, and some would say that Kit Harington is keepind him busy when he is not filming Game of Thrones: British activist Guy Fawkes and a group of provincial English Catholics plan to blow up the House of Lords and kill King James I in the early 17th century.
An interesting short science fiction film about the not-too-distant future: a tenuous peace between humans and remarkably humanlike “machines” (some don’t even know they’re not humans) is tested when synthetics begin spontaneously exploding. A military-led search for these unwitting suicide bombers begins, sending a terrified machine woman and her human partner on the run.
Might can get you in the most unexpected situations: Maryam, a rebel leader in an archaic world governed by ruthless religion, is determined to prove that the huge metallic object hovering in the sky is not a god as the priesthood claims.
Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a eccentric adventurer who went missing when she was a teen, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared.
Breaking free will require more than keeping her sanity: while trying to spice up their marriage in their remote lake house, Jessie must fight to survive when her husband dies unexpectedly, leaving her handcuffed to their bed frame. She also must confront long-buried demons within her own mind - and possibly lurking in the shadows of her seemingly empty house.
This looks nice. Very nice. A movie for children of any age, of all ages. And it will be in cinemas at the end of March next year: in the near future the young outcast Wade Watts escapes from his daily drudgery by logging onto a virtual reality MMO game called 'The Oasis'.
You should get your kids together and prepare them for his fantasy action movie that will be in cinemas next March. After the disappearance of her scientist father, three peculiar beings send Meg, her brother, and her friend to space in order to find him.