Movies Recap 2021: April Edition

 

1. Mortal Kombat

 

This movie is based on a video diversion establishment and a reboot of a film arrangement. Chased by the fearsome Sub-Zero, MMA warrior, Cole Young, finds a haven at the sanctuary of the Lord. Raiden with beat warriors Liu Kang, Kung Lao as they plan to require on the adversaries from Outworld.

 

Director: Simon McQuoid

Starring: Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, Hiroyuki Sanada. Joe Taslim

Genre: Action, Fantasy

 

2. Wrath of Man

 

Based on Nicolas Boukhrief’s 2004 French film ‘Cash Truck.’ It is Ritchie’s fourth collaboration with actor Jason Statham, who plays a contemporary cash truck driver in Los Angeles whose foiling of a heist leads to his arsenal of weapons and his dark history being faced.

 

Director: Guy Ritchie

Starring: Jason Statham, Scott Eastwood, Niamh Algar, Josh Hartnett

Genre: Action, Thriller

 

3. In The Earth

 

As the world seeks for a cure for an annihilating disease, a researcher and a park inspector team up to venture deep into the dark woods. As night strikes, their journey becomes a dangerous mission into the heart of darkness as the forest comes to life surrounding them.

 

Director: Ben Wheatley

Starring: Joel Fry, Ellora Torchia, Hayley Squires, Reece Shearsmith

Genre: Horror

 

4. Thunder Force

 

Lydia Berman (Melissa McCarthy) and Emily Stanten (Octavia Spencer), childhood best friends, reunite as an unexpected crime-fighting duo after one concocts a formula that grants her superpowers.

 

Director: Ben Falcone

Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Octavia Spencer, Bobby Cannavale

Genre: Action, Comedy

 

5. Together Together

 

Anna (Patti Harrison), a young outsider, is chosen to be a surrogate mother for Matt (Ed Rudders), a single middle-aged man in need of a child. Their unusual, shocking relationship rapidly questions their perceptions of connection, boundaries, and the specifics of affection.

 

Director: Nicole Beckwith

Starring: Patti Harrison, Ed Helms, Tig Notaro

Genre: Comedy

 

6. The Unholy

 

Based on James Herbert’s 1983 novel ‘Shrine.’ The plot revolves around a writer (Jeffrey D. Morgan) who discovers a collection of seemingly miraculous wonders in a small British village and exploits them to resurrect his career, but the miracles may have a far darker origin.

 

Director: Evan Spiliotopoulos

Starring: Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Katie Aselton, William Sadler

Genre: Horror, Mystery

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