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Jack Bottomley
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1:00 AM 15th March 2024
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Silver Screen Weekly - What's Coming Up At The Cinema From Friday 15th March

 
Our film critic and media correspondent has been looking and trawling the new releases. Here's what you can see on the big screen this week.

From Friday 15th March

Drive-Away Dolls (15)
From Ethan Cohen comes this road movie crime thriller comedy, that sees Jamie (Margaret Qualley) regret a break-up with her girlfriend Marian (Geraldine Viswanathan). Attempting a fresh stat they head on a trip to Tallahassee, where they cross paths with some increasingly inept criminals. Co-starring the likes of Pedro Pascal, Matt Damon and Colman Domingo, Drive-Away Dolls is a wild ride that is a fun concoction bolstered by two terrific lead performances and some memorable insanity on this journey.


Other releases:
Fight Club (15) (25th anniversary re-release of David Fincher’s impactful 1999 drama thriller starring Brad Pitt, Edward Norton and Helena Bonham Carter.) - Friday 15th March
Monster (12a) (Japanese drama that sees a woman questioning her son’s school after noticing worrying changes in his behaviour.) - Friday 15th March
The New Boy (12a) (Australian drama about a boy found in the outback being sent to an orphanage run by a nun with a secret.) - Friday 15th March
Phantom Parrot (12a) (British documentary about a man accused of terrorist offences protesting his innocence.) - Friday 15th March
The Lyricist Wannabe (12a) (Cantonese comedy/drama that sees a high school girl defy the odds to follow her passion of being a songwriter.) - Friday 15th March
Janey (18) (Documentary following Scottish comedian Janey Godley, as she tours following her terminal cancer diagnosis.) - Friday 15th March
Yodha (12a) (Hindi action/thriller following an elite member of a military team who must thwart a terrorist attack on hijacked plane, years after the mission that cost him his marriage.) - Friday 15th March
Banel & Adama (12a) (Senegalese drama looking at a young couple facing the judgment of their village when it is hit by a drought.) - Friday 15th March
Christspiracy (12a) (Powerful documentary looking at the slaughter and abuse of animals in the name of religion, and the abuse that goes into creating faith-based foods.) - Wednesday 20th March
The Motive and The Cue (15) (National Theatre Live cinema release of director Sam Mendes’ production of Jack Thorne’s play, starring Johnny Flynn, Mark Gatiss and Tuppence Middleton.) - Thursday 21st March