40+ Bad Boys For Life Reviews – A fourth movie is already being discussed

A common move for TV series is to renew the second season early in the start of the first, but rarely do we see feature films get a sequel greenlit before they start screening. Bad Boys franchise fans will appreciate this one.

Just as Sony readies for the Friday release of the third installment of the action franchise starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, it is making moves to develop a fourth entry, thus extending even further the sporadic buddy cop movie series that began in 1995.

‘Bad Boys 4’ in the Works (Exclusive) | Hollywood Reporter

From here we’re entering SPOILERS territory.

… you’ve been warned, SPOILERS beyond ….

Good to see Martin Lawrence back

He’s the funny man to the straighter comedy played Will Smith, and has some of the best funny lines in the film. He’s been my favorite part of these films, so glad to see him back after the 17 years since the second film.

Why it took 17 years to make the third film

It was a question of quality, not money, according to Will Smith.

“The reason it took so long is that I didn’t want to make it just as a cash grab,” he added.

Showbiz Cheat Sheet

Fun, Not Memorable

The biggest knock on this film is that it’s generic. Almost everything about it is fun and entertaining, but it’s not anything different, fresh or new. It’s the standard playbook for buddy cop action comedies, it doesn’t take any chances or major risks. It’s vanilla ice cream, not rocky road with a cherry on top and peanut butter chunk sprinkles.

Most reviews I’ve been reading talk about the entertainment and fun but none cite anything as fresh. This is a standard fare popcorn movie with two very likable leads: Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

Reviews by Others

What are others saying about Bad Boys for Life?


  1. AwardsWatch / Dewey Singleton: “If explosions, fast cars, and hilarious moments are what you’re seeking, then look no further.”
  2. Colorstream Media: “Many films in Hollywood take stabs at forced diversity.  In Bad Boys For Life, it works without feeling contrived.”
  3. Caillou Movie Reviews (Grade: B): “…may not contain a gripping or dramatic story, but it does contain exactly what it should; exciting action sequences, great humor, and fun performances.”
  4. Christene Johnson / Runpee (Grade: A): “I don’t think you can go wrong with this movie. I’d recommend it to anyone.”
  5. Cinema Trace: “…is a good action comedy. It has a lot of fun humor and action to make this movie worth seeing on the big screen.”
  6. Corndogs Chat (3/5): “Smith and Lawrence make this movie and make this series. This will be an easy movie to recommend to fans of the series.”
  7. Defy Life: “…thankfully this third installment was a good time! The screening audience laughed together. We said “ooooooohhhhhh” together. We were even sad together. It’s crazy how decent writing and new directors can have that effect.”
  8. Eddie & Jordan The Movie Guys (3.5/5): “Against the odds and despite missing Michael Bay, Bad Boys for Life is a seriously fun big screen return for Detectives Burnett and Lowery that is sure to be a big hit with long time fans.”
  9. Fast Film Reviews / Mark Hobin (3/5): “…is undemanding fun.  That is — it has little value beyond providing an evening’s worth of amusement.”
  10. Hi-Fi Way: “These iconic bad boys connected with us through multiple decades and the third instalment surpassed all expectations. This is a sure-fire hit.”
  11. Irish Film Critic: “In the end, “Bad Boys for Life” sets out to do one thing and one thing only: entertain. And you have my word, it does exactly that.”
  12. Jason Bleau / Cinema Spotlight (4/5): “…is a welcome addition to the modern action genre and, in my opinion, by far the best of the three films in the series to date. It’s funny, packs plenty of pulse-pounding action, sports great characters and personalities in the form of new and old favorites and provides plenty of infectious energy mixed with genuine heart to create a full experience even if it is an all too familiar one in the grand scheme of things.”
  13. Josh Lasser / The TV & Film Guy’s Reviews (4/5): “It is, perhaps, the purest form these various elements with which we are so familiar, and as silly as the hint about what the next movie in the franchise may be, I’ll be there for it.”
  14. Keith Noakes / KeithLovesMovies (80%): “Not only were Lowrey and Burnett fun to watch, the action was also exciting to watch. Though the action could be considered mindless, it was surprisingly well-shot as the film finds the right balance between action, drama, and comedy.”
  15. Ken Murray/The Nerds Templar: “For a movie I expected so little from, I have to say, I had a ton of fun with it.”
  16. Keith Young / KEITH on Reels: “I found it to be a first-rate action comedy that is much better than the original two versions of the Bad Boys franchise as a result of its effectively timed action and comedy that makes for a fun and exciting blockbuster movie.”
  17. Kevin Gootee (7/10): “What you gonna do? Turn your brain off and enjoy shit blowing up for 2 hours.”
  18. Let’s Talk About Movies (2.5): “It may fall short at times, but overall, I think it has all the right ingredients to satisfy longtime fans of the franchise and newcomers alike.”
  19. Matt Brunson / Film Frenzy (3/4}: “…is a frequently funny and furiously fast-paced picture that nevertheless finds time to slow down and smell the consequences.’
  20. Matinee Chat with Kathy Kaiser: ” I can gladly share that it’s as if no time has passed at all, as they are both back, in all their glory, as out favorite detectives defending the streets of Miami!  But with that said, there is something missing with this latest installment too, as it just doesn’t have the same intensity as a whole, as the original two films did.”
  21. Moore Reviews: “is not the typical return of a legendary franchise as Smith and Lawrence are undeniably hilarious and there’s a genuine care that fans will surely appreciate.”
  22. Movie Reviews 101 / Darren Lucas: “This is a blast, so much fun with Smith and Lawrence hitting out the park with their performances.”
  23. M.U.S.E Enthusiasts (4.5/5): “The 3rd installment in this franchise delivers! “
  24. Music Movies Thoughts (3.5/5): “Overall, I really enjoyed this story and thought it was not only funny but a great addition the Bad Boys franchise.”
  25. Nerdtropolis (8/10): “To me, the Bad Boys franchise is a sexier version of Lethal Weapon with more flair and explosions and Bad Boys For Life delivers another fun blockbuster.”
  26. Oretha: “The wonderful moral thread that weaves its way through the film is worth the price of admission. It even has a faith strand that most of us have faced head on from time to time that is neither preachy judgmental”
  27. Pop Culture Uncovered: “…this is a very good movie and pays homage to the prior two films.”
  28. Robert Daniels (3.5/4): “…a throwback dumb action film, meant to bridge to a fourth installment. To these ends, it lovingly tends its roots and watches its new branches grow in a crowd pleasing romp.”
  29. Rock At The Movies (7/10): “This is a surprisingly entertaining time at the movies, which is the best you can hope for.”
  30. Sean McConville Reviews (6/10): “It is a surprise to find myself enjoying Bad Boys for life as much as I did.”
  31. The Movie Grader: “I highly recommend rounding up your best buds to see this funny and entertaining “buddy cop” movie. Bad Boys for Life is one ride you do not want to miss!”
  32. The Silver Screen Analysis (80%): “…if you like this franchise and are on the fence about this third entry, I suggest giving it a shot because I had a blast with it and walked out of the theater smiling.”
  33. Timothy Hall / The People’s Critic (Grade: B): “is a lot of fun. It’s everything fans of the franchise could want. It’s funny throughout and shifts into high octane action when it needs to.”

Not Recommended

  1. Bailey’s Buzz: “The action is intense and nonstop. The jokes land, for the most part. And the acting is passable. It is a fine movie, but don’t go in expecting anything spectacular. It’s a mindless two hour action comedy that you can just sit back and enjoy”
  2. BYT / Brightest Young Thing: “…has a sentimental streak that undercuts their attempts at bravado, including silly ploy twists that are so implausible that they can only be explained by Will Smith’s personal obsession with a very specific idea.”
  3. Danniel M. Kimmel / NorthShoreMovies (2/5): “Those who are invested in the series will no doubt want to see it, but if you haven’t even thought about these characters since 2003, watching “Bad Boys For Life” will feel like going to a high school reunion and running into people whose names and faces are, at best, dim memories”
  4. FalkenScreen: “The third instalment not making a sequel look promising, one would be better off jumping back 25 years and revisiting the original.”
  5. Francisco L. Silva / BACK ROW (2/5): “…is a film that exists and I’m still not sure if it’s a good thing. It will please fans, and nothing else. Doubt it will rekindle the careers of both Smith and Lawrence, unless they keep making these as long as they are alive… oh no, the title is threat, isn’t it?”
  6. Funk’s House of Geekery (5/10): “It’s a competently made film, but it’s not powered by creativity or new ideas. It only exists for nostalgia.”
  7. Grant Watson: “The storyline is, of course, an absolute nonsense about Mexican drug kingpins, cries of revenge, car chases, explosions, and being ‘bad boys for life’. It is not difficult to follow, but it is deeply unbelievable and very silly.”
  8. IslandMovieBlogs (7/10): “is just as fun a ride as you hope it might be, and if thats what you go in there looking for, you’re not going to be disappointed.”
  9. Patrick Beatty Reviews (6.5/10): “…it is a silly action adventure that can entertain with some decent serf prodded, stunts and fighting.”
  10. Roger In Orlando / Movie Nation (2/4): “Three movies in, and we know less about these two than ever. Still, lower the expectations bar enough and you won’t be disappointed.”
  11. Screen Zealots / Louisa (3/5): “…isn’t great, but it’s good enough. And I’ll admit it: I can’t wait to see part four.”
  12. The Radcliff Reviews (6/10): “Yet after two prior films that didn’t shy away from pushing things to the limit and beyond, the more subdued (or subdued by Bad Boys standards) attempt just feels incomplete and a bit incompatible with what we’ve had.”
  13. What Went Wrong Or Right With? (4/10): “There is still a spark there, a chemistry between Will Smith and Martin Lawrence that should have resulted in a better film, however with the lacklustre writing and directing, this isn’t it.”

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NOW PLAYING REVIEWS: Doolittle, Bad Boys For Life

Week #3 (1/17-1/19/2020) for wide opening films at the theater and time for me to pick the wide opening movie of the week to recommend.

On one hand we’ve got talking animals and a children’s classic for soft reboot live action vs. the third movie in a buddy cop series starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence back together again. Neither film is earth shaking good, let me get that out of the way right now before picking …

#1 … goes to …

Bad Boys For Life ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Not too much suspense, as the title graphic is a giveaway, but sometimes I play around and put up a different title graphic than the top wide release film of the week.

This film is simply more fun than Doolittle. It’s also a little better than the second film in the series, which, like the original, was also directed by Michael Bay. There wasn’t enough in the budget for all three to return for this film, so famous action frenzy director Bay was not chaired. The new directors are the team of Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. Don’t know who these people are, but they did a competent job for the franchise and made another entertaining Bad Boys film.

No, it’s nothing groundbreaking and you can watch my just left the theater review and read the starred review (just click the title) for more specific thoughts, but it is entertaining enough to take this week’s watched in the theater #1 crown. And, more importantly, it joins the list of recommended movies to watch.

This brings us to the other wide opening film this week:

Doolittle ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Honestly, I had mixed emotions going into this one. I’d seen the low star rating reviews and some very unflattering and negative headlines for reviews. Here is a video that explains my thoughts going into this film and similar films where the early critics have panned the film.

Now here is my actual review of the film after watching it.

This apprehension before viewing and then relief afterwards is similar to my feelings regarding Little Women, although that movie was worlds better than both of these (that was one of my top 5 favorite films of 2019).

I don’t make a habit of doing both on the way to theater videos to accompany the just left the theaters that have been done for every wide opening film (and a few that weren’t even wide screenings) since Lion King (2019) on October 5, 2019. The times I do shoot videos on the way to theaters are when there is something else noteworthy about the moviegoer experience prior to seeing the film.

In the case of Doolittle, it’s seeing numerous negative critic reviews. The audience reviews so far, however, at Rotten Tomatoes are more positive. This remains one of my early telling barometers for how likely I’ll be entertained by a movie. No offense to the critics pool, but they haven’t been as accurate a gauge to my movie tastes.

Again, neither of these films are rewatchable to me and my recommendation is selective, at best. Those who like the Bad Boys franchise will likely be interested in the new movie and animal lovers will at least be entertained by Doolittle.

Both are toward the bottom of the movies playing in theaters that I’d recommend seeing. Go see 1917 or Little Women if you haven’t seen those yet. Much, much, much better movies.

Want to see what else we recommend NOW PLAYING at the theater?

Here are other movies we’ve seen at the theater recently (maybe they are available in your area still) that are recommended. Any movie rated at least 3-stars is recommended. You should read any 3-star review (click the title), because sometimes we do qualify those recommendations, meaning we were entertained, but it doesn’t mean that the film was that good.

4-star movies are highly recommended and films we rate as 4 1/2 or 5 stars are must see.

  1. 1917 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️½ 
  2. Ford v Ferrari ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ScreenX
  3. Little Women ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  4. Richard Jewell ⭐️⭐️⭐️½
  5. Uncut Gems ⭐️⭐️⭐️½
  6. Frozen II ⭐️⭐️⭐️
  7. Bad Boys For Life ⭐️⭐️⭐️
  8. Bombshell ⭐️⭐️⭐️
  9. Like A Boss ⭐️⭐️⭐️
  10. Doolittle ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Happy movie watching!

Opening 1-17-2020 in Theaters: Doolittle, Bad Boys For Life

Wednesday, week #3 of 2020, is upon us!

The first two weeks, save for the awesome wide release of 1917⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, have been underwhelming. I’m reading others saying it’s important to dial down movie expectations in January. This is not the month for good movies to be released. It’s hard for me to go into movies knowing that the filmmakers and/or studio saw them as substandard.

It’s like biting into a rotten apple and thinking it will taste good.

Then again, maybe the two wide movies we have to choose from will both blow us away this week?

Get your popcorn buckets ready!


Doolittle official trailer

Robert Downey Jr. has been in several really good movies. I’m more fan than not of his work. He’s taken off the Iron Man mask and shed his Playboy Tony Starkness so he can talk to animals. Will admit this showing up in dump month January is making me nervous.

Also, the trailer on rewatches is underwhelming. My anticipation is waning. Please be better than I think it will be!

Anticipation: 3/10

Bad Boys For Life

Bad Boys For Life official trailer #1
Bad Boys For Life official trailer #2

Oh Will Smith, what will you do this time? Martin Lawrence, I know you’ll make me laugh but your buddy cop partner? What will he do? Maybe he’ll be as good as he was in the first Bad Boys. Love the COPS theme (it’s playing in my head as I write this) … “bad boys, bad boys … what you gonna do when they come for you!”

Am thinking this will be the better of the two wide releases. All the wondering is over, it’s time for this to start screening starting tomorrow. I’m ready to see what it’s like watching a film in this franchise without Michael Bay. That sounds like it should be a recipe for success, given Bay’s notable excesses — but Bay did a good job with this franchise. At least the first one. I need to rewatch the second one, it’s been awhile.

Don’t let me down, Bad Boys.

Anticipation: 4/10

ANTICIPATION for Week #3: 1/16/20 MOVIES

How much on scale of 1-10 anticipating the 1-16-2020 movies? Those marked with asterisk are not available in our area this week, so will carryover in future weeks until available to watch in our area.

  1. Bad Boys For Life – 4/10
  2. Doolittle – 3/10

Are there screenings in our area to see these movies?

Both movies are wide screenings and available at theaters in our area so will be watched, rated and reviewed. Probably will watch one on Thursday, and the other Friday. Saw in our area that both have early showings (Bad Boys For Life is showing starting at 4pm, Doolittle at 5pm PST).

Happy movie watching to all!

FIRST LOOK: Bad Boys For Life

Soon, arrives the first Bad Boys movie not directed by Michael Bay, seemingly due to the salaries for both Will Smith and him (source: Snarkerati).

If Will Smith keeps starring in movies like Gemini Man ⭐️⭐️ he may have to retire or lower his asking price. As for Michael Bay, he’s still has Netflix willing to pay him for projects like 6 Underground.

The first Bad Boys came out in 1995 and was Michael Bay’s feature film debut. 2003 saw the sequel Bad Boys II.

I have watched the first two Bad Boys movies, but haven’t rewatched them in years or reviewed and rated them. Going strictly off memory, neither film struck me as amazing buddy cop movies and/or being particularly memorable. I remember Martin Lawrence as being the funnier of the two with Will Smith more as the straight comic role, but my memory might be suspect. Both movies are available on Netflix right now, so would like to rewatch and review at least the original one before the third film in the trilogy hits theaters.

Two official trailers for Bad Boys For Life have been released:

Bad Boys For Life official trailer #1
Bad Boys For Life official trailer #2

Trailer reaction? Nothing spectacular jumping out at me. Seems like more of what the first two movies delivered — standard fare buddy cop film — which is good, I suppose, for those who enjoyed the franchise, but maybe a bit of the stale third movie in a trilogy stink hanging overhead.

Will moviegoers care that Michael Bay isn’t involved any more? My guess is many will. As the date for this release draw nearer, at best I’m cautiously optimistic on the film’s allure. It’s just so hard to get excited about the third movie in about any trilogy. Too many third movie duds.

Are you looking forward to watching in the theater, waiting for streaming or skipping?

Bad Boys for Life opens wide in theaters January 17, 2020.

11 Movies COMING TO THEATERS in January 2020

Coming to theaters in January 2020 – there are some films shown above not below and vice versa

The following are movie trailers and my early thoughts for all films tentatively scheduled coming to theaters in January 2020. If you’d like to see a list of all movies released in 2020 click here (that post is updated throughout the year).

The list below does not include independent films and/or streaming original films from Netflix and Amazon. I would like to keep track of those as well, but trying to target specifically wide theater releases (or what appear to be wide releases) so most readers can see these films worldwide in a major chain theater (hopefully) near your home. New streaming films being released will be handled separately based on the service, most likely, as already doing for Shudder.

SIDENOTE: I have nothing against small, independent theaters (we have a good one called The Grand Cinema close by), but am trying to focus on the films I have the greatest likelihood to see, review and rate each month. Obviously, with release schedules that change based on location, sharing any kind of coming soon movie list is not an exact science. Any errors and/or omissions are mine.

Movie release dates are subject to change by the studios, so it’s possible within the next 45 days or so one or more of the movies profiled below will have its release date moved.

As of this posting, there are 11 movies scheduled, presented in order of scheduled opening date below. 10 of the 11 have trailers, so I’ve added my anticipation (10 = most excited as possible to see, 0 = not interested at all). Can’t promise I’ll do this every month, but am going to try and do so, probably posted sometime around the middle of each month for the next month.

This is a reference for FIRST LOOK and PREVIEW posts. I try and FIRST LOOK and/or PREVIEW films that either we’re personally most interested in seeing and/or have very popular interest by others.

January 2020 Movies

The Grudge

The Grudge (2020) official trailer – opens January 3, 2020

This one looks like it might be scary. I’ve never seen any of the original Grudge movies and not sure I’ll be doing so before this comes out in a few weeks. I look more forward to seeing truly scary horror films over horror-comedy films and this looks like the former.

Anticipation for The Grudge: 6/10

Like A Boss

Like A Boss official trailer – opens in theaters January 10, 2020

Have seen this trailer as preview in the theater more than any other in this list of January 2020 movie releases. I’m sort of luke warm to cool on what’s happening here. I don’t find anything Tiffany Haddish has starred in as funny. Her voice is grating on me. The plot seems not very interesting to me either, what little we know from the trailer. The trailer didn’t even make me smile, although admittedly some have laughed at the goat milk spit out scene.

Anticipation for Like A Boss: 3/10


Underwater Official Trailer – opens in theater January 10, 2020

Got to wipe away Kirsten Stewart from my mind in Charlie’s Angels and any movie deep on the bottom of the ocean is off to a good start. We don’t know what is living down there and while this has been explored in several other stories, it’s an interesting and often scary place. All that pressure under miles of water. Yes, I’m interested.

Anticipation for Underwater: 6/10

The Informer
RELEASE DATE CHANGED from Jan 10, 2020 to March 13, 2020 (LIMITED)

The Informer official trailer – opens in theaters March 13, 2020

Seems like standard fare thriller from the trailer. Nothing stands out as super creative or amazingly fresh to me. Could be how the trailer is cut. Not that excited by this trailer.

Anticipation for The Informer: 2/10

Bad Boys for Life

Bad Boys for Life official trailer #1
Bad Boys for Life official trailer #2 – opens in theaters January 17, 2020

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return as buddy cops for this third entry in the franchise. I found the first two to be funny in parts. They have good chemistry together, but aren’t as fun as say Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy in 48 Hours. Haven’t been many buddy cop trilogies that I was clamoring to see the third one. Martin Lawrence is my favorite of the two by far in this comedy team. I just don’t find Will Smith that special. Yes, he has been in some good films.

Anticipation for Bad Boys for Life: 3/10


Doolittle official trailer – opens in theaters January 17, 2020

The trailer barely grabs my interest, except for the fact that Robert Downey, Jr is starring. Not sure about his accent, kinda reminds me a bit of the one he used in Tropic Thunder (!). He makes just about every film he is in better. I’m worried about this being a terrible and unnecessary reboot movie about a man who talks to animals. Have seen the story told several times before and Downey Jr. isn’t a comedian, so not sure if his potentially(?) serious/ironic take on Doctor Doolittle will be exciting. Very apprehensive about this one, but, again, interested because of the main star. I heard he was paid $20 million for top bill in this one. Will see next month if it was worth it. Worried.

Anticipation for Doolittle:: 3/10

The Gentlemen

The Gentlemen official trailer – opens in theaters January 24, 2020

Like the mystery/detective vibe, but wonder if it’s more thriller? Not feeling super compelled toward this one as a thriller, but more interested in a mystery. Can’t decide based on trailer which it is. Do like Matthew McConaughey, so that bumps up curiosity a little.

Anticipation for The Gentlemen: 3/10

The Turning

The Turning official trailer – opens in theaters January 24, 2020

January 2020 will be the first time I’ve ever paid that attention to everything being released. Already noticing that there are more horror movies being released than other types of movies. January could be an October-like month for me as I like horror movies. As for this one? Has a V.C Andrews groove to it. What’s with the children? Yeah, sign me up for this one!

Anticipation for The Turning: 5/10

Nowhere (trailer yet) to Run?

RELEASE DATE CHANGED from Jan 24 to May 8, 2020

…is a thriller starring Sarah Paulson and is scheduled to open in theaters January 24, 2020 (UPDATE 1/18/2020: Release date has changed to May 8, 2020). No official trailer has been released by Lionsgate as of this writing.

The mystery around an intentional lack of marketing (see: Is @Lionsgate Run (2020) screening WIDE January 24, 2020 – if not, when?) — or inferior/incompetent marketing, whichever it is — is increasing my intrigue. Seems like a trailer is pretty important for a movie that released in like 45 days. I mean, yesterday we got the Wonder Woman 1984 trailer and that isn’t out for another six plus months!

Can’t give any anticipation based on the trailer without one.

Gretel and Hansel

Gretel and Hansel official teaser trailer – opens in theaters January 31, 2020

Oooo another spooky one! Seems odd to title it backwards (do the kids eat the adults in this one? Now that sort of reverse cannibalism would make heads turn). If it’s pure horror and not comedy horror than it gets at least a 4 from me. Fairy tales can be cool, especially the grim variety. Will pump it up one more for that. Hoping it’s not too cliched, but fearing that almost as much as the potential subject matter.

Anticipation for Gretel and Hansel: 5/10

The Rhythm Section

The Rhythm Section official trailer – opens in theaters January 31, 2020

Read the FIRST LOOK that is linked above to see my detailed comments on this one. Of all 12 films being released in January 2020, I’m most looking forward to seeing this one.

Anticipation for The Rhythm Section: 7/10

Ranking the January 2020 movies by anticipation (as of this writing)

Keep in mind that my anticipation for a film can change daily, even hourly, based on new information that I read about the film or see in a video. Therefore, the anticipation is merely a number I’m applying to my feelings today, right now, and it is very subject to change. In the next post, tweet, video or an hour from now. Only here for comparison purposes as I do this with the Opening Week posts. Those numbers are within a couple days of seeing the movies.

  1. The Rhythm Section – 7 / 10
  2. Underwater – 6 / 10
  3. Gretel & Hansel – 5 / 10
  4. The Turning – 5 / 10
  5. Doolittle – 3 / 10
  6. The Gentlemen – 3 / 10
  7. The Grudge – 3 / 10
  8. Like A Boss – 3 / 10
  9. Bad Boys for Life – 3 / 10
  10. The Informer – 2 / 10 (release date changed to March 13, 2020)
  11. Run – No Rating (release date changed to May 8, 2020)

What movies in January 2020 are you looking forward to seeing?