As is expected for this year, I make no promises that this is accurate, but what I believe to be the most interesting theatrically released movies for this season. The Nerdd does not recommend going to theaters during a pandemic.
Ava is a deadly assassin who works for a black ops organization, traveling the globe specializing in high profile hits. When a job goes dangerously wrong she is forced to fight for her own survival.
We heard you like Black Widow, Or Sparrow. Or any of the other sexy killer lady movies.
One man’s journey to the future to save a dying world.
We are all going to die, might as well feel connected to each other anyway…?
Wanting to lead an honest life, a notorious bank robber turns himself in, only to be double-crossed by two ruthless FBI agents.
Want to see Liam Neeson be the good-bad guy fighting against bad-good guys?
When an outbreak hits, Aidan barricades himself inside his apartment and starts rationing food. His complex is overrun by infected Screamers, and with the world falling apart into chaos, he is left completely alone fighting for his life.
Have you been sitting home alone against a deadly disease? This movie wants you to go outside and fight it. Good for escapism, bad for inspiration.
Death on the Nile
While on vacation on the Nile, Hercule Poirot must investigate the murder of a young heiress.
A spiritual sequel to Murder on the Orient Express, as they are both Agatha Christie Novels adapted into movies directed by, and starring, Kenneth Branagh as the lead detective.
A monster named Larry that manifests itself through smart phones and mobile devices. Feature film version of the 2017 short film.
Tech Knowledgy Bad.
A film about Natasha Romanoff in her quests between the films Civil War and Infinity War.
The first movie in the next phase of the MCU, so you know we gotta watch it! Unfortunately it’s not going to change much, as it takes place pre-Thanos.
A well-to-do husband who allows his wife to have affairs in order to avoid a divorce becomes a prime suspect in the disappearance of her lovers.
A musician who has lost his passion for music is transported out of his body and must find his way back with the help of an infant soul learning about herself.
You know we gotta watch the new Pixar movie. As they explore the after life, and the before-life.
No Time to Die
James Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when Felix Leiter, an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
If you’re not a big Pixar find, maybe you’re a James Bond fan instead. This is Daniel Craig’s final run as the titular double-0 agent.
Stardust will chronicle the young David Bowie’s first visit to the US in 1971 – a trip that inspired the invention of his iconic alter ego Ziggy Stardust.
On the train of before-the-fame dramatizations for ’80s music stars.
The Empty Man
On the trail of a missing girl, an ex-cop comes across a secretive group attempting to summon a terrifying supernatural entity.
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A bank teller discovers that he’s actually an NPC inside a brutal, open world video game.
This movie seems hilariously meta. Hopefully it’s gonna work out, and not be so much that it becomes too much.
Feature adaptation of Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel, about the son of a noble family entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.
One of the highest regarding science fiction stories of all time, that has been anticipated for decades, and seems, by the fans, to be a great adaptation. Also, the cast is bursting with talent. This might be the biggest epic we’ve had since The Lord of the Rings.