Won’t you take us to the bioscope?



Won’t you take us to the bioscope?

The films opening in our cinemas this week

Critics’ choice

With two Academy Awards and plenty of great performances between them, Morgan Freeman and Tom Jones are far too talented for this dreadful, unfunny senior comedy/adventure. – Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense MediaFIFTY SHADES FREED
Offers attractive leads in various states of undress, against picturesque locations, but precious little else to entertain or arouse us. –  James Marsh, South China Morning PostDISASTER ARTIST
The Disaster Artist is an endearing tale of friendship and chasing your dreams that packs a surprisingly poignant punch. –  Chris Agar, Screen Rant12 STRONG
The movie avoids ruminating on America's Afghan policy, and ends before things get complicated, making it an upbeat movie about a downbeat war. – Jim Lane, Sacramento News & ReviewHUMAN FLOW
Ai Wei Wei fills his film with impressive, elegant aerial drone shots of the numberless refugee encampments around the world. He truly shows the enormity of the migrant crisis, which is both a strength and a weakness. –   Steve Murray,ArtsATL

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