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This Week's New Film Releases: Friday 17 April 2015

12a classification The Avengers: Age Of Ultron


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Genre: Action / Drama / Sci-fi
Director: Joss Whedon
Running time: 141 mins

With S.H.I.E.L.D. now a thing of the past, the world is reliant on Tony Stark and his pals saving the day...every day. Tiring of having to babysit the Hulk and the God of Thunder, Stark develops Ultron - a new peacekeeping program - in a bid to give the mighty Avengers some time to kick back. Stark's smarts backfire when Ultron decides that humans are the enemy and must be eliminated. This doesn't win Stark many brownie points, so the Avengers assemble once more to battle the deadly Ultron – this time with a few new faces. Joining Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, Captain America, Falcon and Hawkeye are Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and the powerful android Vision. Will they save the Earth and conquer all box office records in the process? Only time will tell...

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12 classification A Little Chaos


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Genre: Drama / Period
Director: Alan Rickman
Running time: 116 mins

Alan Rickman's second feature as director casts Kate Winslet in the role of Sabine De Barra; a gardener chosen by architect Andre Le Notre (Matthias Schoenaerts) to assist in the design of the gardens in King Louis XIV's (Alan Rickman) Palace of Versailles in 1682. Battling against the social mores of the time, Sabine - the embodiment of personal and professional modernism - becomes romantically involved with the married Le Notre, much to the chagrin of his dastardly, social-climbing wife, Madame Le Notre (Helen McCrory). As the entanglement threatens to bring the Versailles project to a crashing halt, Sabine is forced to confront a tragic past and contemplate her uncertain future.

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15 classification Child 44


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Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Daniel Espinosa
Running time: 137 mins

Child 44, based on the Tom Rob Smith novel (2008) of the same name, is a politically charged serial killer thriller inspired by the real life crimes of child killer Andrei Chikatilo. Set in Stalin-era Russia (though the real crimes took place from 1978-1990), the film focuses on secret police agent Leo Demidov (Tom Hardy) who, after asking too many questions surrounding the mysterious death of his friend's son and subsequently falling out of favour with colleague Vasili (Joel Kinnaman), is exiled to a distant outpost with wife Raisa (Noomi Rapace). Convinced that the young boy is the 44th victim of a serial killer, Demidov teams up with General Mikhail Nesterov (Gary Oldman) to bring the child killer to justice; uncovering a system-wide cover-up in the nation state that insists: 'there is no crime in Paradise'.

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15 classification The Salvation


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Genre: Western / Drama
Director: Kristian Levring
Running time: 92 mins

Mads Mikkelsen, the doyen of Danish cinema, stars in The Salvation; a tale of sin, revenge and redemption. Set in 1864 in the American Wild West, The Salvation sees Jon (Mikkelsen), a Danish settler, swiftly avenge the brutal murder of his wife and son. Jon soon discovers that the main perpetrator's brother is the feared Dalarue (Jeffery Dean Morgan), who, naturally, sets out to seek vengeance of his own. Betrayed by his fellow townspeople – namely the cowardly sheriff (Douglas Henshall) and mayor (Jonathan Pryce) – Jon and his brother Peter (Mikael Persbrandt) are left to hunt down the outlaws alone.

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15 classification The Town That Dreaded Sundown


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Genre: Horror
Director: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon
Running time: 86 mins

The team behind television show American Horror Story brings a post-modern reimagining of the cult 1976 slasher movie to the screen. Taking place 65 years after the real-life 'Moonlight Murders' which inspired the original film, we return to the town of Texarkana, Texas, where a hooded serial killer is once again wreaking havoc on the townsfolk. Living in the shadow of the still unidentified 'Phantom Killer' of 1946, as well as the original film which plays at the local drive-in every weekend, the residents are left to ponder whether the recent spate of murders are the work of a copycat or if the Phantom Killer is still in their midst.

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