Dating science fiction
After that, it becomes a hilarious futuristic thriller, involving everything from cross-dressing lesbian detectives to murderous twins to Brexit to hermaphroditic fish to the European refugee crisis.
Where to watch it: If you're lucky enough to catch its extremely limited release in theaters, do so! Night Shyamalan Cast: Bruce Willis, James Mc Avoy, Samuel L.
Jackson, Sarah Paulson Why it's great: Love it or hate it, you can't deny that Shyamalan's latest is quite possibly his most ambitious film since his own lowkey superhero origin story was a crazy idea on paper, and it's even crazier to watch unfold onscreen.
The main thing to know about this movie (and about Shyamalan's opinion of superhero movies in general): It's never the sound and color and fight scenes and laser light shows that matter; it's what superheroes mean to a world who so desperately needs them.
Soccer -- I mean, futebol star Diamantino is as handsome as he is lovably dumb: he's the best player in the country, has bedsheets with his own face printed on them, and sees visions of giant fluffy dogs whenever he gets in the zone on the field.
Now, that doesn't always mean the films are making us fall in love with her. Brie Larson is a sharp, aspirational female protagonist who's as compassionate for others as she is ready to punch them with her laser fists if they stand in her way. Where to watch it: In theaters Release date: April 26Directors: Joe and Anthony Russo Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johanssen Why it's great: It's been more than a decade since Jon Favreau's , with its explosive battle sequences, heart-wrenching dialogue, and genuinely thrilling surprises is a fitting coda to this series, as well as a fond farewell to the journeys we've taken with all of its many, many characters.Although the two genres are often conflated as science fiction/fantasy, science fiction differs from fantasy in that, within the context of the story, its imaginary elements are largely possible within scientifically established or scientifically postulated laws of nature (though some elements in a story might still be pure imaginative speculation).Exploring the consequences of such differences is the traditional purpose of science fiction, making it a "literature of ideas".Where to watch it: In theaters Release date: February 13Director: Christopher Landon Cast: Jessica Rothe, Suraj Sharma, Israel Broussard Why it's great: The danger with explain-y sequels to movies that wrapped up quite nicely without too much explanation is that the sequel, just by existing in the first place, will sour all the meaningful messages you got in the first movie by trying too hard to expand the universe.The great thing about , is that it offers just enough new explanation for what's going on without erasing all the good stuff from the first movie.