This week’s selection of films

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The Cinema is a perfect place for a date, a hobby or a friend’s night out. The rise of technology and home activities, such as watching TV haven’t had a massive impact on Cinema goers. The anticipation and excitement of watching a film for the first in a public place with other people is the essence of what going to the cinema is.

Spider- Man: Far From Home

From director Jon Watts, Spider-Man Far from home follows the events right after Endgame. Spider-Man (Tom Holland), struggles with the loss of his mentor, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Junior) as he progresses to a new adventure. Peter (Spider-Man), is set to go on vacation for the summer with his high school friends when the forces of evil are yet again threatening the Earth. In the role of the antagonist, actor Jake Gyllenhaal is excited to join the Marvel Universe.

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The Lion King (2019)

Disney’s new adaptation of the Lion King has many people intrigued. The 1994 cartoon version was a massive success at the time it came out and it still is today. The story of Simba goes on in a new animated film, from director Jon Favreau, and a new cast, featuring Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Seth Rogen, John Oliver and many more. If you are a fan and eager to see your favourite characters again, head to your nearest cinema and enjoy the film.

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Toy Story 4 (2019)

Pixar Animation Studios created various animation films that many people loved and cherished. Toy Story is one of those animation films and stories that touched people in a different way. The three-part series continues with its fourth instalment, bringing you, new adventures and a different journey for your favourite characters.

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Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

The 1h 50 minutes thriller/mystery is just what you need if you truly desire a good scare. The thriller/horror genre is not everyone’s cup of tea but if it is yours than what more are you waiting for. Annabelle’s story has had many different versions, from film and documentary adaptations to the film that, director Gary Dauberman has put together for you to see and enjoy. The story of ghost investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren and their encounter with Anabelle, the famous haunted doll is just about to get more intense. Grab your popcorn and courage and head to the cinema to see what Anabelle is up to this time.

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The Current War (2019)

Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon brings Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse’s story to our screens. The Industrial age is one of the most important eras of our history. The rise and development of technology and the important power plays and struggles of that time are something you do not  want to miss.

 

Horrible Histories: The Movie- Rotten Romans (2019)

Director Dominic Brigstocke has an interesting take on the 92-minute comedy. The history of Romans and Celts is long and complicated, but this film focuses on the power of Romans and the Brits attempt at challenging it. The film is based on comic relief and a few teenagers from different backgrounds.

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