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This Week's New Film Releases: Friday 31 March 2017

12a classification Ghost in the Shell (2017)


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Genre: Action / Crime / Drama
Director: Rupert Sanders
Running time: 120 mins

After being rescued from a serious crash, Major (Scarlett Johansson) is the first human to be cyber-enhanced. With perfect agility and super-strength, she devotes her life to fighting crime. In a near-future world of psycho-hack terrorism and dangerous international criminals, Major begins to discover the truth about her creation and her destiny. This long-awaited live action adaptation of the acclaimed Japanese Manga is likely to enter the realm of epic, with incredible graphics and brilliantly choreographed fight scenes.

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15 classification Free Fire


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Genre: Crime / Action / Drama
Director: Ben Wheatley
Running time: 90 mins

It's 1978 in Boston, Massachusetts, and in an empty warehouse two Irishmen (Cillian Murphy and Michael Smiley) meet a gang to conduct an arms deal. What could go wrong? Certainly a cult classic in the making, Free Fire is already being compared with Resevoir Dogs. But who needs depth and originality when you have a great cast, sharp dialogue and unhinged carnage?

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pg classification Smurfs: The Lost Village


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Genre: Animation / Adventure / Comedy
Director: Kelly Asbury
Running time: 99 mins

This rollercoaster adventure is sure to be a hit with the little ones. In a journey packed with action, magic and mystery, Smurfette (Demi Lovato) and her friends follow a mystical map through the Forbidden Forest, ever pursued by the evil wizard Gargamel. Also featuring the vocal talents of Rainn Wilson, Joe Manganiello and Mandy Patinkin. Enjoy the film and have a very Smurfy day!

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15 classification Mad To Be Normal


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Genre: Biopic / Drama
Director: Robert Mullan
Running time: 106 mins

World-renowned Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing, dubbed 'high priest of anti-psychiatry', was famous for his unconventional methods for treating mental illness, which included experimenting with LSD and practicing a form of self-healing called metanoia. Portrayed brilliantly by David Tennant (Dr. Who, Broadchurch), Mad to be Normal tells the story of how Laing pushed against traditional theories of psychology. Although sadly, Mullan's artistic license with the truth about this well-documented story robs the film of authority, leaving Tennant to carry the film with his usual charisma and magnetism to convey the story's true importance.

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12a classification Twelfth Night: National Theatre 2017


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Genre: Event Cinema
Director: Simon Godwin
Running time: 210 mins

Something really special is coming to a cinema near you! Director Simon Godwin takes Shakespeare's famous mistaken identity comedy, adds a fascinating twist of gender fluidity and a star-studded cast of high-class comedy actors, resulting in a wonderfully weird production which is full of fun. With excellent performances from Tamsin Greig (Black Books, Green Wing), Daniel Rigby (Flowers, Jericho) and Tamara Lawrence (Undercover), this sharp, not-so-cerebral comedy will make for a fabulous night out for anyone.

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