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9 New Movies To Watch On The Big Screen

Nothing beats seeing a movie on the big screen. The plush reclining seats. The crystal clear projections. Don’t forget the mouth-watering smell of buttery popcorn. Right now, theaters are booming with so many exciting blockbuster hits. Whether you’re interested in horror, action, drama, romance, or want quality time with your kids watching a family-friendly choice, there’s a new release for every occasion. Here are 9 movies to watch on the big screen now.

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Clerks III

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It’s been 28 years since director Kevin Smith introduced the world to Dante (Brian O’Halloran) and Randall (Jeff Anderson) and how they’ve just been wasting their boring mundane lives away in the Lorado, NJ Kwik Stop! Then, in 2006 we caught up with the pair once more. After burning down the Kwik Stop, they headed to Mooby’s for yet another hilariously filled set of circumstances. The the pair finally decided what they wanted in life, to own and run their own business. Now, after finally achieving their ultimate goal, the pair is back, along with the always hilarious duo Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith), in what is sure to be their greatest adventure to date. Clerks III hits theaters September 13, 2022, so do whatever you have to and don’t miss this incredible introduction to the fall movie season.



After arriving late to her Airbnb, Tess (Georgina Campbell) discovers that her accommodations have been mysteriously double booked. Rather than try to find somewhere else to stay, Tess decides to stay the night in the house with her new bunkmate Keith (Bill Skarsgård). At Keith’s insistence, Tess takes the bedroom, locks the door, and settles in for what she believes is going to be a restful sleep. Unfortunately for both Tess and Keith, the house has other plans for the two newcomers.

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Medieval tells the unforgettable story of Czech General Jan Žižka and his incredible rise to power. The film centers around Žižka’s (Ben Foster) early years, before the Hussite Wars when he was young and just coming into his own. Europe is engulfed in war, plague, and famine. To unite the countries and end the war, Jan Žižka must kidnap a young woman named Katherine, niece to the king of France and keep her safe. He fights for honor, freedom and duty to his king. In the words of General Jan Žižka himself, “Kings may be chosen by God. But they still make the mistakes of men.” Don’t be one of those men and make the mistake of skipping this movie. You can see it now exclusively in theaters!

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Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul

After a scandal of biblical proportions rocks the Southern Baptist Mega Church founded by Lee-Curtis Childs (Sterling K. Brown), it is up to his amazing wife and first lady Trinitie Childs (Regina Hall) to work her magic and help her superstar husband rebuild their congregation from the ground up. The couple will spare no expense and will do whatever they have to to make this dream a reality. Honk For Jesus: Save Your Soul is executive produced by Jordan Peele. The film is based on Adamma Ebo’s short film of the same name and is written, produced, and directed by Ebo herself.


Thor: Love and Thunder

You loved him when he had no memory of who he was after being banished to earth in Thor. You rooted for him when he was battling the Dark Elves attempting to plunge the universe into darkness in Thor: The Dark World. He learned how to work with a team when he joined the Avengers. Finally, you hooted and hollered when he wielded Stormbreaker in Thor: Ragnarok. Now, join him on his most perilous mission since his battle with the mighty Thanos, as he embarks a quest to find inner peace after turning over the rule of New Asgard to Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) in Thor: Love and Thunder

Thor: Love and Thunder sees our overweight hero facing off with Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) with the aid of his friend’s Korg (Taika Waititi), Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), and Jane Foster, The Mighty Thor (Natalie Portman), with a special appearance from The Guardians of the Galaxy. Thor: Love and Thunder is a favorite among fans and critics alike. In a review from USA Today, writer Brian Truitt calls Thor: Love and Thunder “a superhero romantic comedy with plenty of rippling biceps, an unshakable love for 1980s action movies and heavy metal, and most importantly, a big goofy heart.” Sentiments felt all around Hollywood.com for sure.


Top Gun: Maverick

The skies have never looked hotter. After 35 years Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is still flying high as the Navy’s premier test pilot, doing whatever he can to avoid being promoted in an effort to avoid being grounded. Now, Maverick is being called upon once again to train a new batch of Top Gun recruits for a mission that’ll test their strength and will. Along the way Maverick faces ghosts from his past that he’s tried desperately to bury. With help from old friends and his late friend’s son, Maverick will come out stronger in the end.

Kristin Myers from The Blast says that “Critics are calling Top Gun: Maverick the ‘movie event of the summer’”, and we tend to agree. Taking what we loved from the original 1987 high flying adventure and cranking it up to a thousand is about the only way to explain how truly mesmerizing this film is. Never has there been a Tom Cruise film that had me dreaming of doing what I just saw on the big screen, quite like Top Gun: Maverick, but maybe it’s just because I want to look as good in a flight suit as Tom himself. Check out this Twitter comment if you still don’t agree.

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Since the onset of the global pandemic, many actors have been forced to take a break whether they wanted to. While some may have found this to be a much-needed rest, others wanted to keep going. One could easily say this was the case for actor Idris Elba. The actor has had several films released in the years since the pandemic of 2020, with 2 happening in 2021 and now 4, possibly 5, in 2022. So, what does the actor have in store for us now?

Beast sees the actor playing a family man intent on protecting his family when a massive lion decides to hunt them in the Savannas of Africa. But why is this beast hunting this family? Unable to discern between poachers and a family, the beast seeks revenge after being hunted for sport by poachers, and the family just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Beast also stars Sharlto Copley, Iyana Halley, Leah Jeffries, Mel Jarnson, and Amara Miller, and you can catch it in theaters starting August 19, 2022.


DC League of Super-Pets

Well folks, I think it’s safe to say that Marvel has their work cut out for themselves this year. The DCEU is bringing together some of the biggest powerhouses in Hollywood for this year’s sleeper hit of the summer, DC League of Super-Pets. When Superman (John Krasinski) is kidnapped, Krypto the super dog (Dwayne Johnson), must form an unlikely team of pets, including Ace, the Bat-Hound (Kevin Hart), to go out and save his master. Also along for the ride are some very familiar faces, Batman (Keanu Reeves), Wonder Woman (Jeemela Ja