GODS OF EGPYT
PLOT: Two gods fight for Egypt while the humans are in the middle.
Horus (Nikotaj Coster-Waldau, Game of Thrones) god of air and Set (Gerald Butler, 300) god of darkness determinted to rule and Set have a violent, hostile takeover and it is up to a human young man Bek (Brenton Thwaites) to help Horus. You have seen this story a dozen times. The film is very vivid and very LOUD. The bad part of the film is the casting. People were complained with that title there should have been actors of Egyptian descent. Most of the stars are English, Australian or Scottish! Maybe the entire lead cast should have gotten a tan. The cast was good even though Butler Scottish accent slips a few times. It is not doing well in theaters but it will do well on video.
PLOT: Career driven bunny wants to be a cop.
Judy Hopps, a cute young rabbit always doing what you can’t do goes to Zootopia (against her parents) to become a cop. They police force do not take her seriously and she gets involved with a case with the help of a fox, Nick Wilde that reaches all the way to the top of authority. Pretty intense for an animated movie but it is as good as a live action cop thriller. It is funny and clever too. Adults will love it as well as children.
LONDON HAS FALLEN
PLOT: The sequel to Olympus Has Fallen.
Mike Banning (Gerald Butler) is still President Archer’s top security body guard so when the Prime Minister dies off they go to London and all hell breaks loose! A terrorist named Aamir Barkwi (Alon Aboutboul) knows powerful leaders all over the world will pay their respects and he and his men killed them all except the US President, they want him killed live for the world to see . You have seen it all before just the body count is bigger. If you enjoy action you will love it despite all the madness that could never happen.