A satirical comedy about a Southern Baptist megachurch trying to reopen after being forced to temporarily close in the wake of a scandal. It stars Sterling K. Brown as the over-the-top pastor trying to rebuild his congregation and Regina Hall as his loyal wife. She’s determined to help his comeback succeed . . . and keep a smile on her face for the cameras.
It’s also hitting Peacock today.
Bruce Willis plays a Homeland Security agent who runs the Wire Room, a command center secretly keeping criminals under surveillance. It’s one of Bruce’s last films since retiring because of his aphasia diagnosis.
Kevin Dillon makes an impulsive decision to actually CALL the guy that they have under surveillance to warn him about a hit squad. And after helping the guy stay alive, both he and Bruce become the targets of corrupt cops.
This re-release has 11 minutes of new footage. This includes a new post-credits scene in place of the “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” trailer.
Tom Holland’s third Spidey movie is about how he gets Dr. Strange to cast a spell to get his secret identity back after it was revealed in the second movie. Unfortunately, he interferes with the spell so much it cracks open the multiverse and we get a visit from the Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire versions of Spider-Man, along with the villains who died fighting them.
This 1975 classic is back in theaters for the first time in IMAX and 3-D. It stars Roy Scheider as a local police chief who hunts down a great white shark off the coast of New England after it starts feeding on his beach community.
Richard Dreyfuss is the marine biologist helping him and Robert Shaw is the professional shark hunter they hire to go after it.