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New films to watch in the cinema this week: Nov 10 to 17

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New films to watch in the cinema this week: Nov 10 to 17

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Films we weren’t emotionally prepared for…

This week is an interesting (to say the least) week for films being released. We see the very tragic sequel to Black Panther and mourn the loss of Chadwick Boseman as well as his iconic character T’challa. There is also a very interesting Ralph Fiennes film and of course, a thriller or two sprinkled in for good measure.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever



T’challa is gone and we mourn him. However, the world continues and we see forces coming together to intervene in Wakanda. In true Marvel fashion, there are epic battles that will ensue as a fearless hero takes on the powers at play who threaten Wakanda and its people.

Cast: Martin Freeman, Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett 
Genre:
Action (PG13)
Tickets: Book here

The Menu



A young couple travel to a remote island where they will be hosted by a chef who has prepared a lavish menu. The guests embark on a culinary journey that quickly begins to take a sinister and intense turn for the worst and Margot, one of the guests, must decide whether she will stay among the rich, or among the chefs.

Cast: Ralph Fiennes Nicholas Hoult, Anna Taylor-joy
Genre:
Thriller
Tickets: Book here

The Bunker Game



After a series of awfully mysterious incidents in a live-action role-playing game experience, the game must come to a stop. The players are evacuated and staff must find out what the cause of the incidents is when they find themselves trapped in a real version of the game.

Cast: Gaia Weiss, Lorenzo Richelmy, Mark Ryder
Genre:
Thriller
Tickets: Book here

Lamborghini (The Man behind the Legend)



From tractors to one of the most iconic supercars in the world. This is the true story of how Ferruccio Lamborghini took a dream and turned it into a legendary reality. Not to mention the infamous rivalry with Enzo Ferrari. However, his passions and dream ignited emotional turmoil in his personal life, which was full of romance and tragedy. This is the story of the man behind the machine.

Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Mira Sorvino, Frank Grillo
Genre:
Drama
Tickets: Book here

Images: Stills

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