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This Week's New Film Releases: Friday 23 June 2017

15 classification Baby Driver


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Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Edgar Wright
Running time: 108 mins

Baby (Ansel Elgort) is a skilled getaway driver who has been working for Doc (Kevin Spacey) since before it was legal for him to drive. With iPod and sunglasses always on standby, Baby uses music to 'help him move'. This is a unique take on the heist thriller with an absolutely killer soundtrack; a musical through the lens of an action thriller. Sweet, stylish, funny and totally original, Baby Driver is set to be one of the hottest films of the year.

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12a classification Hampstead


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Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Joel Hopkins
Running time: 102 mins

American widow Emily (Diane Keaton) lives a dull, genteel life in north London with middle-aged, middle-class friends (who like ukulele orchestras). When she meets Donald (Brendon Gleeson), a self-sufficient recluse living in a shack on Hampstead Heath, the two become unlikely friends and unexpected late-life lovers. This charming and life-affirming film is rather sickly sweet and unapologetically fluffy, but with outstanding performances from Keaton and Gleeson, this will likely be a hit with the more mature viewers.

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12a classification The Book of Henry


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Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Colin Trevorrow
Running time: 105 mins

A single mother (Naomi Watts) discovers a scheme in her son's book to rescue a young girl from the hands of her abusive stepfather and sets out to execute the plan at any cost. Strangely lurching from quirky indie to hospital bed drama to hysterical paedophile revenge caper, The Book of Henry is completely muddled; lacking direction or common sense.

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12a classification In This Corner of the World (Kono Sekai No Katasumi Ni)


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Genre: Animation / Drama / War
Director: Sunao Katabuchi
Running time: 128 mins

We are taken back to Hiroshima during the build-up to the devastating attack on the city in August 1945. With beautiful watercolour tenderness, we follow eighteen-year-old Suzu, as she busies herself with everyday household chores and family matters. Civilians struggle on with rationing and lack of supplies, oblivious to how this war will lead to the total destruction of their city. This subtly emotive and deceptively simple portrayal of human suffering and strength confronts the horrors of history head-on.

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15 classification Okja


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Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama
Director: Bong Joon Ho
Running time: 125 mins

Mija (An Seo Hyun) lives a simple life in the mountains of South Korea with her giant hippoesque pig friend, Okja. When a multinational conglomerate transports Okja to New York, with big plans for feeding the world and making a lot of money in the process, Mija sets out on a rescue mission. She encounters capitalists, animal rights activists and consumers, all with different ideas about what is right for Okja. All Mija wants is to bring her friend back home. Also starring the magnificent Tilda Swinton as super evil corporate CEO, Lucy Mirando.

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