In Creed III, Michael B. Jordan takes the directing reins, extracting terrific performances from his cast and rejuvenating the franchise.
In The Tomorrow War, directed by Lego Batman Movie’s Chris McKay, Pratt a high school science teacher and Army vet unsatisfied with life.
Those Who Wish Me Dead is a throwback to vintage thrillers that seamlessly weave multiple storylines against pounding action sequences.
Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse is yet another bland thriller, and with a lead like Michael B. Jordan, it could’ve been so much more.
The fighting sequences, where director Simon McQuoid, in his directorial debut, showcases dueling battles with fearlessness, are sumptuous.
In Netflix’s Thunder Force, Melissa McCarthy teams up with Octavia Spencer to play superheroes fighting deadly villains in the early ’80s.
Boss Level, adding another ring to Joe Carnahan’s masculine-fueled directing hand, is a surprising, action-filled film that’s loads of fun.