New films to watch in cinemas this week: July 1 to 7
From family-friendly animation to action drama, here are some movies that we’re most excited for this week.
The Boss Baby 2: Family Business
Playtime is over. The Templeton brothers – Tim (James Marsden) and his Boss Bay little brother Ted (Alec Baldwin) – have become adults and drifted away from each other. Tim is now a married stay-at-home dad. Ted is a hedge fund CEO. But a new boss bay with a cutting-edge approach and a can-do attitude is about to bring them together again… and inspire a new family business. Available in English and Arabic languages.
Animation, 1hr 47min, Rating PG. Book your tickets here.
The Forever Purge
One night is not enough. This summer, all the rules are broken as a sect of lawless marauders decides that the annual Purge does not stop at daybreak and, instead, should never end in The Forever Purge.
Action, 1hr 42min, Rating R18. Book your tickets here.
The Ice Road
Liam Neeson plays a big-rig trucker on a dangerous mission to rescue trapped Canadian miners in this action-thriller. Contending with thawing waters and a massive storm, they discover the real threat is one they never saw coming.
Action, 1hr 43 min, Rating R12. Book your tickets here.
Monsters of Man
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In this movie, three engineers set up camp to begin testing four high-tech robot soldiers in the Golden Triangle area near Thailand in hopes of securing a high-paying military contract. The operation is masterminded by a crooked CIA agent named “Major” (Neal McDonough). Unfortunately, after the robots are deployed, the team discovers that a group of six doctors on a humanitarian mission are in the line of fire. Ex-Navy SEAL Mason (Brett Tutor) is also there, living off the grid. Major orders that all the witnesses must be taken out, but Mason and the doctors are ready to fight for their lives.
Action, 2hr 11min, Rating 18TC. Book your tickets here.
Translated as “devil’s mind”, this Egyptian crime drama movie portrays a suspenseful tale of family conflict and crime.
Drama, Rating R18. Book your tickets here.
Images: Movie stills