Veteran comic actors portray the hotheaded executives who oversaw the rise and fall of the world’s first smartphone.
These movies won’t win Academy Awards this March. But they will feature over-the-top jokes, huge setpieces, and people driving cars really really fast. Sometimes the Academy is wrong. So check out these films for some unsubtle fun.
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A 500-pound heavily intoxicated black bear tears through a forest in Georgia in this work of cinema that’s precisely as outrageous as its title.
In the third installment of Pittsburgh native Antoine Fuqua’s action trilogy, former assassin Robert McCall takes on organized crime in Southern Italy.
The iconic action-adventure franchise ratchets up the intensity with vengeance, speed, and heart.
Hired to clean Lebron James’s mansion, Kevin and Damon decide to throw a party at the house instead. This remake of the 1990 film even includes an appearance by the Illuminati.
Successful stand-up comedian and real-life inspiration for Van Wilder, Bert Kreisher returns to Russia to sort out some misunderstandings about that time he robbed a train with the mob.
A buddy comedy where one of the buddies is a hitman.