Movies Opening in Theatres this weekend:
The Space Between Us
An American romantic science fiction film directed by Peter Chelsom (Serendipity, Shall We Dance?).
Set in the near future, the Space Between Us follows the story of two teenagers from different worlds (Earth and Mars). An Astronaut stationed on Mars discovers she is pregnant, dying in childbirth her son Gardner Elliot (Asa Butterfield), the first human born on Mars is raised in an experimental colony on Mars. He eventually begins an online romance/friendship with a girl from Earth named Tulsa (Britt Robertson). When he turns sixteen, he is given a chance to go to Earth and meets her but it is soon discovered that his organs cannot survive earth’s atmosphere, now on the run with Earth’s gravity threatening his very existence, he and Tulsa attempt to see more of Earth before it’s too late. Opening today in cinemas.
Rings is an American supernatural psychological horror film directed by F. Javier Guiterrez. This is a new chapter in the Ring Horror Franchise, set 13 years after the events of the first chapters of the horror franchise, a young woman becomes worried about her boyfriend when he explores a dark subculture surrounding a mysterious videotape said to kill the watcher seven days after he has viewed it. She sacrifices herself to save her boyfriend and in doing so makes a horrifying discovery: there is a “movie within the movie” that no one has ever seen before. Opening in Cinemas today.
An American comedy drama directed by Taylor Hackford. The story surrounds Jackie (Robert DeNiro) is a comic icon, attempting to reinvent himself despite his audience only wanting to know him as a television character he played earlier in his career. After accosting an audience member, Jackie is sentenced to community service where he meets Harmony (Leslie Mann). Opening today in Cinemas.
My two cents?? I think Robert DeNiro will be more of a Dirty Grandpa than an iconic comedian. But I’ll just have to wait and see.
I Am not Your Negro
I Am Not Your Negro is an American documentary film directed by Raoul Peck, released in 2016. Based on James Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript “Remember This House”and narrated by Actor Samuel L. Jackson, the film explores the history of racism in the United States through Baldwin’s reminiscences of civil rights leaders Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Opening in cinemas today.