8 New Movies You'll Want to Watch This Month
January is a slow month for mega movies. Instead, what you get is a mix of films to hold everyone over for a little while—from spoofs to thrillers to comedies to patriotic sagas to something for the kids—until the year really gets underway. Scroll down to see what’s worth watching in the first month of 2016.
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
The true story of six soldiers who defended the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 is brought to the screen through the eyes of Transformers and Armageddon (and movie explosion master) Michael Bay.
The Fifth Wave
With Hunger Games over, let's all welcome the new apocalyptic YA novel-turned-mega-movie, The Fifth Wave. Based on Rick Yancey’s series, the sci-fi thriller tells the story of Cassie Sullivan (Chloë Grace Moretz), who is seeking out her little brother before a fifth wave of alien attacks hits.
The Finest Hours
Jane Got a Gun
Did The Hateful Eight whet your appetite for westerns? Then try this one, in which Natalie Portman stars as the gun slinging Jane Hammond out to protect her family after her husband is killed. Turns out, there’s only one person who she can turn to for help—her ex (Joel Edgerton).
Kung Fu Panda 3
Fifty Shades of Black
Fans of E.L. James’s erotic novels and movies will certainly get a kick out of this spoof starring Marlon Wayans (who also co-wrote the movie) as Christian Black and Adult Swim’s Kali Hawk as his “submissive,” Hannah.