New films to watch in cinemas this week: October 28 to November 3
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Whether you want a fun flick the whole family can watch, drama or thriller, we’ve rounded up a list of all the movies you can expect to see this week.
Monster Family 2
Despite being a happy family, not all is perfect for the Wishbones. Max and Fay are struggling with the pressures of growing up, while Mum and Dad have the demands of work and parenting. But their hum-drum life is about to change. Mila Starr, a monster hunter, has made it her mission to capture all spooky creatures, including the Wishbone’s friends King Conga, The Loch Ness Monster, and The Yeti. To save their friends, the Wishbones must transform into monsters themselves. So, together as a Vampire, Mummy, Werewolf, and Frankenstein, the family takes off on the most monst-umental adventure of their lives.
Animation/Comedy, Rating PG, 1h 43min. Book your tickets here.
Watch your back. A small-town Oregon teacher (Keri Russell) and her brother, the local sheriff, discover that a young student is harbouring a dangerous secret with frightening consequences.
Horror/Drama, Rating R18, 1h 39min. Book your tickets here.
Last Night in Soho
In acclaimed director Edgar Wright’s psychological thriller, Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie), an aspiring fashion designer, mysteriously enters the 1960s where she encounters Sandie (Anya Taylor-Joy), a dazzling young woman with dreams of becoming a singer. But the glamour is not all it appears to be, and the dreams of the past start to crack and splinter into something far darker. And this is just a taste of things to come.
Horror/Drama, Rating R18, 1h 56min. Book your tickets here.
The name “Minamata” may not be familiar to most, but the Johnny Depp-produced film is based on a shocking true story. In the early 70s, war photographer W. Eugene Smith (Johnny Depp) travels back to Japan. He met Japanese translator Aileen (Minami), who told him about Minamata, a city in Japan. Unfortunately, the citizens are falling ill to mercury poisoning and a neurological disorder dubbed Minamata disease, linked to the dangerous chemical being pumped into the water supply by a large company in the area. Shocked by what he sees, Smith risks personal and professional relationships to get the story to the world.
Drama, Rating R18, 1h 55min. Book your tickets here.
Shea Whigham (“American Hustle”), Olivia Munn (“X-Men: Apocalypse”), and Frank Grillo (“The Grey”) star in this gritty, edge-of-your-seat crime-thriller. Whigham is Parker, a down-on-his-luck social worker who finds himself in over his head when he tries to protect his client from her recently paroled husband. Can Parker save the family from the violent threat of the maniacal drug dealer and his crew, desperate to reclaim their priceless stash?
Action/Thriller, Rating R18, 1h 31min. Book your tickets here.
Sarah (Ruby Modine) and her brother Guy (Tom Pecinka) are on the run, heading for a farm owned by Ben (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), who was his mentor in the FBI. Who are they on the run from? That would be Aaron (John Malkovich), the only man known to have recovered from a viral outbreak. He now has a major Messiah Complex and is looking for Sarah because she seems to be immune from the virus. He plans to use her to breed a new strain of virus-resistant humans.
Thriller/Action, Rating R15, 1h 31min. Book your tickets here.
The Arabic film follows a man who gets into a series of troubles because of a bag he owns during his stay in a fancy hotel in Dubai.
Comedy, Rating R18, 1h 30min. Book your tickets here.
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