Entertain yourself with a variety of movies coming to your nearest cinemas this weekend. Each movie will take you to an enthralling cinematic experience. Read on to know which movies are coming this weekend and what they are about:
Genre: Action – Fantasy – Adventure – Sci-fi
Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Benedict Wong.
Synopsis: The story is about a neurosurgeon. He gets his nerve damaged after a car accident which ends his career. He then travels to Kathmandu to get his injuries cured by otherworldly means. He gets to learn new powers under the teachings of a powerful mystic. The movie, directed by Scott Derrickson, takes you on a beautiful journey of mystic art.
Genre: Documentary – Family – Adventure – Sport
Starring: Aisholpan Nurgaiv, Daisy Ridley.
Synopsis: The story revolves around a 13-year old Mongolian girl who embarks on a journey against her tribal culture to become the first female eagle hunter in the twelve generations of her Kazakh family. The breathtaking and spellbinding journey is surely going to be a great cinematic experience for you. It is directed by Otto Bell.
Genre: Animation – Comedy – Family – Adventure – Fantasy – Musical
Starring: Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Christopher Mintz – Plasse, Zooey Deschanel
Synopsis: Directed by Walt Dohrn and Mike Mitchell, It is the story of the happiest Troll ever born Poppy and the ‘always so nervous’ Branch on a mission to rescue their friends from the royal’s chef. The exceptional animations make the perfect choice for you to take your kids along for a perfect family viewing.
Genre: Drama – Biography.
Starring: Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton, Will Dalton.
Synopsis: The story is about an interracial couple, who are sentenced to prison for getting married. Based in Virginia in 1958, where the state laws had abandoned interracial marriages. It shows their struggle to get the rights to keep their marriage intact. It is written and directed by Jeff Nichols.
Genre: Drama – Biography – Romance – War
Starring: Andre Garfield, Sam Worthington, Teresa Palmer, Luke Bracey
Synopsis: Directed by Mel Gibson, the movie tells the real-life story of a WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss. During the battle of Okinawa, he refused to kill people and was eventually awarded the Medal of Honor. He was the first Conscientious Objector in American history to receive that award.
Starring: Peter Dunning.
Synopsis: A documentary on Peter Dunning who has isolated himself in Mile Hill Farm in Vermont. It shows the loneliness he feels as he does his routine daily tasks. It is directed by Tony Stone.
Starring: Jon Dore, Lynn Cohen, Miriam Lee.
Synopsis: The story is about Emcee and his conniving Uncle hatch a plan to steal his grandmother’s secret pickle recipe, which she doesn’t want to share with anyone. This rib-tickling comedy is directed by Michael Manasseri.
Select the movie according to your preference and enjoy the cinematic experience.