New films to watch in cinemas this week: December 30 to January 5
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The year 2021 is almost over, and not a moment too soon. So, this weekend, why not take the opportunity for some much-needed downtime and catch the latest blockbuster? Whether you want an animated family movie, drama, or thriller, we’ve rounded up a list of all the films you can expect to see this week.
A young woman unleashes terrifying demons when supernatural forces at the root of a decades-old rift between mother and daughter are ruthlessly revealed.
Horror, Rating R15, 1h 44mins. Book your tickets here.
Joey & Ella
A mysterious diamond causes a baby kangaroo named Joey to grow quickly and gain the power of speech. When two bumbling thieves try to retrieve the magical gem, a teen and her new boyfriend try to get Joey to safety before it’s too late.
Family, Rating PG, 1h 28mins. Book your tickets here.
The King’s Man
One man must race against time to stop history’s worst tyrants and criminal masterminds from starting a war and wiping out millions of people.
Adventure/Drama, Rating R18, 2h 11min. Book your tickets here.
Troll: The Tale of a Tail
The troll prince Trym has only three days to save his father, King Grom, who has turned to stone and had his tail stolen by the evil presence in the forest. Trym and his companions must go on a wild and dangerous journey across the troll kingdom of Ervod to save his father’s life and return the kingdom to its rightful ruler.
Family/Animation, Rating PG12, 1h 30min. Book your tickets here.
The events in this Arabic film revolve around the journalist Fairouz, who suffers from her husband’s psychological issues. As a mysterious murder occurs, the couple’s life turns upside down.
Horror/Thriller, Rating PG12, 2h 10min. Book your tickets here.
An Indian Hindi-language romance drama film that tells the story of Rinku, a serial eloper, who is in love with an imaginary man named Sajjad. However, she was forced to marry another man named Vishu and his quest to unite Rinku with Sajjad results in regaining consciousness of reality.
Musical/Drama, Rating PG12, 3h. Book your tickets here.
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