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[BOX OFFICE] NEW RELEASES AND OTHER MOVIES WORTH SEEING!

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Saturday, 04 October 2014
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WORTH SEEING:

NEW RELEASE/NOW SHOWING.

1) DRACULA…the untold story
Release Date: October 10, 2014 (2D theaters and IMAX) but now showing at the cinemas
Studio: Universal Pictures, Legendary Pictures
Director: Gary Shore
Screenwriter: Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless
Starring: Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Diarmaid Murtagh,
Dominic Cooper, Samantha Barks
Genre: Action, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for intense sequences of warfare,
vampire attacks, disturbing images, and some
sensuality)
Official Website: DraculaUntold.com | Facebook | Twitter.
Plot Summary: Luke Evans (“Fast & Furious 6,”
“Immortals”) stars in the origin story of the man who
became Dracula.

2) BANG BANG (INDIAN MOVIE)
Critic’s Rating: 3/5
Readers Rating: 3/5
Genre: Romance
Director: Siddharth Anand
Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif,
Danny Denzongpa
Duration 2hrs 36mins
plot: After 150 years, an Indian robs the Kohinoor
diamond. And thus begins the cat-and-mouse game as
the international mob and the Indian Secret Service
(ISS) officials hunt him down.
Review: Siddharth Anand’s Bang Bang makes more
noise and little sense. This desi adaptation of the
2010 Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz action thriller, Knight
And Day, has charm in abundance, primarily because
of its effervescent lead pair — Rajveer/Jai ( Hrithik
Roshan) and Harleen (Katrina Kaif). But it lacks
coherence. Disbelief is writ large on the face, right at
the start.
Picture this – India’s most wanted, Omar Zafar (Danny
Denzongpa), who is to be extradited to India, escapes
from a maximum-security prison in Britain because his
aide Hamid Gul (Jaaved Jafferi) blows up the place
like it is a cardboard edifice. They also kill the honest
ISS agent, Viren Nanda (Jimmy Sheirgill) in the
process. Next, Zafar suggests that he can actually
hold up the UK-India extradition treaty by getting an
Indian to rob the Kohinoor. Really?
Aimed at providing more style than substance, the film
makes you comfortably numb in the first 20 minutes
itself. So you may perhaps just raise an eyebrow as
you watch Katrina, a bank receptionist from Shimla
(with a liberal grandmother who tells her to go chase
love), on a global escapade — London, Prague,
Greece… in the company of a “psychopathic
schizophrenic” jewel thief, Hrithik, after meeting him
on one blind date.
If you’re still looking to make sense, Hrithik has a
back-story on why he attempted to steal the Kohinoor.
Or why he chose guns over roses. Kaif, convinced of
his good intentions, is happy to cling to him with gay
abandon.
Anand’s film has no grammar. But it compensates
with breathtaking locales and stylishly choreographed
stunts. It also works as a show reel for the bronzed
Roshan with his six-pack abs and the enviable midriff
of Kaif wearing a red polka-dotted bikini top. Their
horseplay caters to an audience that is low on IQ and
high on adrenalin!
Full marks to the lead pair for not being overwhelmed
by the commotion around them. Especially Hrithik,
who knows the job at hand is silly, but never slips up.

Others: identical, dolphin tale 2 (new releases now showing at the cinemas)

RECOMMENDED MOVIES:

1) MAZE RUNNER

2) EQUALIZER BY Denzel Washington.

OTHER NEW RELEASES TO WATCHOUT FOR:

1) Release Date: October 2, 2014 (p.m. screenings)
Studio: New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.)
Director: John Leonetti
Screenwriter: Gary Gauberman
Starring: Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: R (for intense sequences of disturbing
violence and terror)
Official Website: Annabellmovie.com | Facebook
Plot Summary: She terrified you in “The Conjuring,” but
this is where it all began for Annabelle.
Capable of unspeakable evil, the actual doll exists
locked up in an occult museum in Connecticut – visited
only by a priest who blesses her twice a month.
New Line Cinema’s supernatural thriller “Annabelle”
begins before the evil was unleashed.
John Form has found the perfect gift for his expectant
wife, Mia – a beautiful, rare vintage doll in a pure white
wedding dress. But Mia’s delight with Annabelle doesn’t
last long.
On one horrific night, their home is invaded by members
of a satanic cult, who violently attack the couple.
Spilled blood and terror are not all

2) AUTOMATA (Robotics & sci fi.)
release date: oct. 10
plot: Automata is a 2014 science fiction film starring
Antonio Banderas . The film is directed by Spanish
director Gabe Ibáñez and co-written by Ibáñez with
Igor Legarreta and Javier Sánchez Donate.
An insurance agent of ROC robotics corporation
routinely investigates the case of a robot apparently
modifying itself, in direct violation of its cognitive
rules. What he discovers will have profound
consequences for the future of humanity.

starring:
Antonio Banderas as Jacq Vaucan
Birgitte Hjort Sørensen as Rachel
Melanie Griffith as Dra. Dupre
Dylan McDermott as Wallace
Robert Forster as Bold

3) I AM ALI (A true story about the legendary boxer Muhammed Ali-cassius clay)
release date: oct. 10.

From the producers of the award-winning SUGARMAN comes an intimate and heart-warming
look at the man behind the legend – as we’ve never
seen Ali before. I AM ALI is told through exclusive,
unprecedented access to Ali’s personal archive of ‘audio
journals’ combined with touching interviews and
testimonials from his inner circle of family and friends,
including his daughters, son, ex-wife and brother, plus
legends of the boxing community including Mike Tyson,
George Foreman and Gene Kilroy. Experience Ali’s
extraordinary story, as a fighter, lover, brother, father-
told from the inside for the very first time. Directed by
Clare Lewins; Produced by Clare Lewins, George Chignell
and Greg Hobden; Executive Produced by John Battsek
and Simon Chinn.

Compiled & posted by: @djshyluckjimmy

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