Next weekend will see 3 new movies released in UK cinemas; covering a variety of genres they are all well worth a watch.
See next week’s movie releases below.
Three overworked mothers snap and decide to have some fun. Amy seems to have the perfect life, but behind the scenes she’s overworked and close to the breaking point. So she and two other mothers decide to be ‘Bad Moms’.
Amy seems to have the perfect life, but behind the scenes she’s overworked and close to the breaking point. So she and two other mothers decide to be ‘Bad Moms’.
Every one of them is expected to be the ideal mother for their kids, and it’s exhausting. They snap and understandably choose to have some fun for a change, going on a binge of freedom and self-indulgence. Unfortunately, this puts them in the sights of Gwendolyn, the queen of the “perfect” mothers.
Cast members: Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn
Jason Statham returns as elite contract killer Arthur Bishop. Arthur Bishop returns in ‘Mechanic: Resurrection’. After the death of his arch-enemy, Bishop has retired as an assassin. But a deadly new foe forces him back into the game.
Gina, the love of his life, has been kidnapped. He’s been given a mission, and if he doesn’t complete it, Gina will be killed. The task at hand: to pull off three seemingly impossible assassinations of the world’s most dangerous men. But the real catch is they need to look like accidents.
Join Jason Statham on his globe-trotting, contract-killing adventure in ‘Mechanic: Resurrection’, as the action legend returns to one of his signature roles.
Genre Action, Thriller
Cast members: Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, Tommy Lee Jones
Running time 99 minutes
Directed by Dennis Gansel
It’s Purge night again, and it’s more dangerous than ever. The night when all crime is legal returns in ‘The Purge: Election Year’. When a crusading senator vows to put an end to the Purge, the government plots against her.
Former police officer Leo Barnes has become Senator Roan’s chief of security. During this year’s Purge, which could be the last, the government launches an attempt on her life. Now it’s up to Leo to get her through the night alive, on streets crawling with murderers and infested with deathtraps.
The smash hit franchise has never been timelier than with ‘The Purge: Election Year’. It’s an American tradition – will you play your part?
Cast members: Frank Grillo, Elizabeth Mitchell, Mykelti Williamson
Directed by James DeMonaco
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