The latest entry in the Transformers franchise promises to introduce us to a new team of robot “Maximals” that transform into different jungle beasts.
By this point, the horror movie trope of killing off the African-American member of a group first has been done so many times, it’s become as cliché as it is offensive. So, director Tim Story took that idea and made a whole movie about it with the tagline “We can’t all die first.”
Elemental takes us to a world inhabited by elemental beings who represent the elements. While they tend to keep to their own kind, that changes when fire element Ember discovers she’s perfect for water element Wade… aside from the fact that they can’t touch without destroying each other.
The fifth entry in the Insidious franchise, Insidious: The Red Door follows the Lambert family as they continue warding off evil spirits who want to possess their bodies and return to the land of the living.
She’s a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world…at least until she’s expelled from Barbieland for being less-than-perfect and goes on a journey to find happiness. Doesn’t have quite the same ring as the song, but it does sound like a great plot for a movie by Greta Gerwig.