Little Men - This film currently sits toward the top of my list of movies in 2016. I saw it at the Seattle International Film Festival and it ended up being my fourth favorite film of the festival. If you like Ira Sachs, then definitely give this film a go. It's a nice trip into childhood, parenthood, and friendship. The realism is also superb in this film, bringing a real life problem for many to the big screen.
Suicide Squad - Apparently there is a petition to take down Rotten Tomatoes on Change.org because of how bad the ratings for this film are. I myself was looking forward to this one and thought it might redeem the DC universe, but it looks like we will have to keep waiting for the franchise to step up its game. I am still excited to see Margot Robbie, Will Smith, and Jared Leto in their respective roles. From what I hear the film is not badass enough, but Robbie and Smith are still fantastic.
Nine Lives - This one looks great... if you are under the age of ten years old. When I saw the first trailer for this film, I thought it was a joke. Honestly, why is Kevin Spacey in this film? I feel like he could get any role he ever wants and this is what he accepts. Who knows, maybe the film will be decent. Yet, it looks like every other Disney channel movie that involves animals and trading places. I'm probably not going to see this in theaters, if I even ever see it.
Suicide Squad Image: By Warner Bros. - http://www.filmaffinity.com/es/film592391.html, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=50334757
Kevin Spacey Image: By MARVEL - Original photo by Yvwv., CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1704723