October is set to have some great classic films streaming into Netflix, Amazon, and more. The comedic classic Blazing Saddles which both Doug and Steve feel is one of the funniest movies of all time, Full Metal Jacket and the fun fan favorite Galaxy Quest to name a few.
Jeff Whipple of Megaplex joins the show this week to give an update to Steve Salles and Doug Wright about Megaplex. The big news is that the Harry Potter movies are back in theatres this week for a limited time.
So, if you have never had a chance to see those films on the big screen now is your chance.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles are joined by some of the cast of the latest version of "Little Women." Joining the show are Melanie Stone (plays Meg Marsh) and Elise Jones (plays Young Amy Marsh).
From girls playing in the attic to women living with purpose, the March sisters -- Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy -- are always committed to supporting one another. When Jo moves to New York to pen a novel, her editor challenges her to write about something much more interesting -- her family.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles discuss the new family film "Smallfoot" where the shoe is on the other Bigfoot. A yeti named Migo is convinced that a human known only as "Small Foot" is real and has to prove to his tribe that it does exist. With some big names and cute songs, the energy in this movie is something that the kids will love.
Doug and Steve talk about recent movie news including Tom Hanks dawning on the sweater and sneakers as Mr. Rogers in an upcoming flick. Quentin Tarantino recasting a significant role in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" after the passing of Burt Reynolds. That the final trailer for the sequel to "Fantastic Beasts" is casting some new disquiet among some fans, and the octogenarian Clint Eastwood set to star in a new crime film.
The top money making movie of the week goes to a franchise movie with the latest version of The Predator. It knocked off The Nun by a difference of just $6 million. The two-week run of The Nun has grossed $85 million so far.
A Simple Favor came in third followed by White Boy Rick and then Crazy Rish Asians is still in the top five with a total run to date of $149.5 million.
Michael Moore is back with another documentary and this one is titled Fahrenheit 11/9 and is about how Moore predicted that Donald Trump would be the 45th president.
He traveled across the United State to get a feel for how Trump's victory is impacting various parts of the country. He also takes a visit to Flint, Michigan, where there has been a water crisis and looks at the government agenda.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles scour the streaming services to let everyone know about what is the newest items to be available this week. Of course, they find a few.
The Shape of Water is appearing on HBO, a B.B. King documentary on Hulu, Suberbicon is on Amazon Prime and Netflix has A Wrinkle In Time.
Dough Wright and Steve Salles breakdown the latest in movie news. The big item of the week was the release of the Captain Marvel trailer which continues the next story in line for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Other news is that Space Jam 2 is a go, a theatrical release date for the Downton Abbey movie and a lot more.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles chose The House with a Clock in Its Walls as the big movie of the week to review. This movie stars Jack Black and Cate Blanchett.
Both Steve and Doug felt the movie is worth seeing but it is not necessarily a rush out and see immediately show.
Here is a synopsis of the movie.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles breakdown the top 10 movies of the week and the big shocker is that the Nun ran away with the competition by pulling in $58 million. Coming in second was Peppermint which made a disappointing $13.4 million in its first week.
Crazy Rich Asians is still going strong at third and then The Meg and Searching rounded out the top five.
This week's edition of the Movie Show Doug Wright and Steve Salles preview the big movies of the week, movie news like a new Superman, what to rent, stream and play some games.
The top movies to go see this week are:
Blake Anderson of Megaplex joins the Movie Show's Doug Wright and Steve Salles to discuss the Megaplex's latest offering which is showing a series of classic movies.
Find out what older and great movies are showing at your local Megaplex theatre and revisit some of these classics.
Steve Salles and Doug Wright go over the movie news of the week and that includes discussing the acting life of Burt Reynolds who suddenly died at the age of 82.
He is most known for roles like Cannon Ball Run, Boogie Nights, The Longest Yard, Smokey and the Bandit, plus many more roles.
Steve Salles and Doug Wright are back this week to guide you through what movies you really should see and some, well, maybe you can hold off on seeing.
There is plenty of movie news including the unfortunate news of Burt Reynolds passing away at 82, Academy Awards backtracking on an award, what to stream and what is new to rent and own.
Doug Wright enjoyed this movie but Steve Salles did not like the Jennifer Gardner-led flick in Peppermint. So, who is right?
Riley North awakens from a coma after surviving a brutal attack that killed her husband and daughter. When the system shields the murderers from justice, Riley sets out to transform herself from citizen to urban guerrilla. Channeling frustration into motivation, the young widow spends years in hiding -- honing her mind, body and spirit to become an unstoppable force.
Doug and Steve go through the movie news so you don't have to. One common theme is that big movie projects are getting delayed for a variety of reasons.
The two big ones are the Top Gun sequel which is being pushed back a year and the 25th edition of the James Bond movies which is needs some script adjustments and may not come out until the summer of 2020.
Doug and Steve go through the slate of movies this week to review like the Kin, Operation Finale and Searcing. In addition to getting you ready for the weekend, the two interview Dan Farr from FanX.
The big comic convention in Salt Lake is next week and Farr gives all of the details on the latest guests and events that are going on at the Salt Palace.
After a month of, Doug Wright is back on the Movie Show hosting alongside Steve Salles. Find out what Doug has been up to during his little break.
The duo go over the usually fun stuff talking the big movie of the week, which is the Kin, streaming news, top 10 and so much more on this edition of the Movie Show.