At the height of the First World War during spring 1917, two young soldiers, Schofield and Blake, are given the impossible task to keep the British battalion of 1,600 men, including Blake’s brother, from walking into a deadly trap. Set in northern France, the two soldiers battle time and gruesome enemy territory in order to deliver a warning of the ambush. Directed by Sam Mendes and starring Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch, this is a war movie worthwhile.
Birds of Prey
It’s official. The badass, psychotically brilliant Harley Quinn has now landed her own movie. Played by none other than the talented Margot Robbie, the film features the character in a new light. Split from the joker and leading a team of superheroes, the storyline involves Quinn, Huntress, Black Canary and Renee Montoya battling evil crime lord, Black Mask in order to save a young girl in Gotham City. The highly anticipated film will be hitting cinemas in February.
The movie industry never seems to fall shy of a liberating action movie and the upcoming The Gentlemen seems to be another addition to the already impressive list. Going off the trailer, the film is an impressive bundle of crime, guns and of course, gentlemen, but is the storyline made clear? Starring big names like Matthew McConaughey, Colin Farrell and Hugh Grant, the film follows Mickey Pearson (McConaughey), an American expat who’s highly profitable marijuana empire has caused chaos in London.
Bad Boys For Life
If a trailer pops up with Will Smith in it, the film is most likely going to be a goodie. A literal representation of ride together, die together, the action-comedy focuses on old-school cops Mike Lowery and Marcus Burnett who team up to take down the leader of a Miami drug cartel. As the third instalment of the Bad Boys franchise, the movie promises more laughs, action and bromance than ever before.