Opening This Weekend: May 22nd


The season of the blockbuster has arrived! Celebrate, cinephiles with the minds of teenage boys! Flawlessly constructed jokes aside, this summer looks set to bring back some oldies but goodies, as well as our seasonal dose of Superhero films. Between Jurassic Park, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Poltergeist and Mad Max, most of us will be setting up tents in our local cinemas.

So whether you choose to checkout that indie movie you’ve heard so much about, or the latest big studio release, don’t forget to click on the movie title below to view the trailer. We want to make sure you know what you are getting into before you head to the theater.

 May 22



Stars: Sam Rockwell

Directed By: Sam Raimi, Gil Kenan

Synopsis: When a young family moves to a haunted house, they dismiss the odd noises as part of their dream home. However, when things escalate beyond return, and their daughter is taken, they are forced to exorcise the poltergeist.

Our Two Cents: Obligatory monthly horror flick, with a little more kick.

Tomorrowland ( 3D)


Stars: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Tim McGraw, Hugh Laurie and Brit Robertson

Directed By: Brad Bird

Synopsis: A young girl finds a button that, when touched, transports her to another world, and when she shares the discovery with Frank Walker (Clooney), they begin to realise their actions in this far-off place have very real consequences.

Our Two Cents: Clooney is awesome. Brad Bird is awesome. Hugh Laurie is awesome. Awesome.

Aloft (Limited)


Stars: Cillian Murphy, Jennifer Connelly, Melanie Laurent

Directed By: Claudia Llosa

Synopsis: A man goes on a journey to find his mother, years after she abandoned him following the death of his brother.

Our Two Cents: I mean, no.

Sunshine Superman (Limited)


Stars: Carl Boenish, Jean Boenish

Directed By: Marah Strauch

Synopsis: Following the life of BASE-jumping pioneer Carl Boenish, the film details his accomplishments, philosophy, and charisma up until his death during a jump.

Our Two Cents: Mind-bogglingly interesting.

The Vatican Tapes (Limited)


Stars: Djimon Hounsou, Michael Peña, Kathleen Robertson

Directed By: Marc Neveldine

Synopsis: Michael Peña stars as a newly anointed Vatican priest whose first job might just be his hardest. Alongside veteran exorcist (Djimon Hounsou) he is called up to reveal the Devil’s larger plan: to summon the antichrist. Unfortunately, teenage girl Angela is the vessel of this summon, and the two priests must fight to save her life.

Our Two Cents: Naaaaaaaaahhhhhh.

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