Director: Paul Feig
Writer: Bryony Kimmings, Emma Thompson
Cast: Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding, Emma Thompson, Michelle Yeoh
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Rated PG-13| Minutes: 103
Release Date: November 8, 2019
George Michael‘s “Last Christmas” is an essential track for any Christmas playlist. And though “Last Christmas, I gave you my heart, but the very next day you gave it away / This year, to save me from tears, I’ll give it to someone special,” is a bittersweet lyric, it does play a huge role in Paul Feig‘s holiday romantic comedy Last Christmas, starring Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding.
The film is breezy, tender, warm, and sweet at best, though it is a bit weighed down by its predictability. Still, looking past its flaws and embracing the cheerful hope it joyfully expresses, Last Christmas can go from essential track on any Christmas playlist to essential watching during the holiday season. Check out my review below.
Doctor Dolittle is best known for being the only person who can understand animals. Literally. That’s because he can converse with them in a way that no other person on the planet can. While it may not be exactly the kind of film you would expect to see in a climate that is filled with superheroes, it is a family friendly bit that can work with the right people.
And Universal’s Dolittle starring Robert Downey Jr. could be just that kind of film, especially when it’s going to open the new year. The studio has released a new trailer which sees Downey Jr. as the titular character, who sounds an awful like Sherlock Holmes – and acts a little bit like him too – and who goes on an incredible journey where he will encounter animals that only he can talk to. Check out the trailer below.
There are many songs that a person can add to their holiday season playlist, and you’d be very likely to find George Michael‘s “Last Christmas” on a lot of them. That same song will serve as the title for Paul Feig‘s romantic comedy Last Christmas, starring Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones, Solo: A Star Wars Story) and Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians, A Simple Plan).
In the film, Kate (Clarke) is a struggling singer with a troubled past who works at a year-long Christmas shop. Though a series of bad decisions seems to follow her wherever she goes, she finds Tom (Golding), a person who sees through all her flaws and helps her find the joys in life despite her cynical disposition. Check out the full trailer below.
If you wanted to see Men in Black: International in theaters but didn’t get a chance to, you’ll have the opportunity to when the movie arrives on home video soon.
The fourth entry in the series stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, who find themselves dealing with the biggest alien threat so far when it’s discovered that there’s a mole within the MiB organization.
Continue below for more on the Men in Black: International home video releases, including which bonus features you can expect to see and a video sneak peek at those bonus features.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has released a new official trailer for Men in Black: International, the fourth installment of the hit sci-fi comedy franchise which is based on the Lowell Cunningham comic The Men in Black.
The movie stars Chris Hemsworth (Thor, Avengers, The Cabin in the Woods) and Tessa Thompson (Thor: Ragnarok, Sorry to Bother You, Annihilation), and is directed by F. Gary Gray (The Fate of the Furious, Straight Outta Compton, Friday). In this latest entry the secretive organization, which is tasked with protecting our planet from any extraterrestrial threats, discovers that it has a mole within its ranks.
You can check out the latest trailer, as well as a Men in Black: International international trailer, along with a newly released poster below.