Out This Week (23-29 May)

Are you planning your cinema weekend?

Well, this is definitely a week packed with amazing movies. Here some of the juiciest releases.

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS (Friday 27th May 2016). Alice is back into Wonderland after 6 years from the previous movie Alice in Wonder
land, this time directed by James Bobin alice_through_the_looking_glassrather than Tim Burton. This eye-popping sequel has all the cast from the previous one – Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikovska, Helena Bonham Carter, including one of the last performances of the great Alan Rickman, as well as very very welcome new entries like genius Sacha Baron Cohen. Personally, I already booked my ticket!! (113 mins) Watch Trailer Here


LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP (Friday 27th May 2016). For the ones who adore Jane Austen, if you think there’s nothing you haven’t seen or read already, here is a film based on one of Miss Austen’s early, unp
ublished novel. It promises to be a hilarious, witty comedy of manners. Starring Kate Beckinsale (94 mins). Watch Trailer Here


MONEY MONSTER (Friday 27th May 2016). Jodie Foster directs this gripping thriller, where George Clooney is a TV presenter held hostage live and broadcast to millions of people by Jack O’Connell who lost his money and demands answers. Starring George Clooney, Julia Roberts and brit Jack O’Connell. (99 mins) Watch Trailer Here


THE DAUGHTER (Friday 27th May). Australian drama which marks Simon Stone’s debut as a director on a screenplay adaptation of The Wild Duck by Ibsen. Starring Geoffrey Rush, Ewan Leslie, Paul Schneider and Miranda Otto. (95mins) Watch Trailer Here


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