Bad Neighbors 2
If you saw the first “Bad Neighbors” and thought to yourself, “Man, that was phenomenal, but I really want to see that again with sorority sisters!” then congratulations: Christmas has come early this year for you, weirdo. The one star is for Zac Efron’s unbelievably hot body.
When a six-year-old mute girl accidentally gets left behind in Delhi, there’s only one person who can help her get home: devout Brahmin Brother Bajrangi (Salman Khan). Only one problem: She lives in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir. This rollicking epic tale is a fun and moving watch from start to finish, with impossibly likeable characters. Captain America: Civil War
The gang’s back together, and by “together,” we mean, separated into two factions and in debate about whether a rag-tag group of ass-kicking, superhuman misfits with megawatt smiles should have more government intervention or less. A well-developed narrative and explosive inter-Avengers fight sequences make this an elevated, exciting comic book movie.
Chongqing Hot Pot
What begins as a bank heist by four amateur robbers turns into a labyrinthine tour through subterranean Chongqing, a trip down memory lane, a damsel in career-distress, and a showdown with the real pros. Full of twists and turns, with moments of intimate romance and mind-numbing violence, Chongqing Hot Pot serves it up just right.
Keeping with Japan’s tradition of slow-burning, bone-rattling horror films, “The Inerasable” follows a novelist as she investigates the case of a student who hears strange noises coming from an empty room in an otherwise perfectly ordinary house.