Terminator 2: Judgement Day 3D

Terminator 2: Judgement Day 3D
Director: James Cameron

Release Date: 25th August 2017
StudioCanal

There comes a time when an old film must return to the cinema, covered in spit from all that extra polish, and bring teary eyes to nostalgics looking for better times. Bring in 3D, and the cinema return gimmick is complete, and just like The Lion King and Jurassic Park, here we have Terminator 2: Judgement Day. He said he’s be back.
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Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde
Director: David Leitch 

Release Date: 9th August 2017
Focus Features 

The 80’s was a time in which the synth was king. It was a time of significant changes, and rebellion during the Cold War era. Atomic Blonde takes the pop culture and the politics to make something whole, though sometimes the two just don’t meet eye to eye, no matter how hard you try to force it down with the vodka.

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Napping Princess

Napping Princess
Director: Kenji Kamiyama

Release Date: 16th August 2017
Anime Limited 

We’re getting more anime films in the cinema than ever before, which is great for those who love cartoon worlds which have CGI as dressing rather than the main course. We’ve had A Silent Voice, Fairy Tail Dragon Cry, In This Corner Of The World, and now Napping Princess in 2017 alone, with more to come. But before thinking of the future, let’s take a walk through dreams…

 

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Shin Godzilla

Shin Godzilla
Director: Hideaki Anno

Release Date: 10th August 2017
Toho 

Godzilla has had a rough time overseas. The success of Jurassic Park made Godzilla become just a giant T-Rex, never capturing just what made the creature such a nuclear formed terror. But Shin Godzilla is here to right all those wrongs, as Evanglion director Hideaki Anno takes it back home, providing a stomping good time for all.  Continue reading

Kuso

Kuso
Director: Steven Ellison 

Release Date: 21st July 2017
Brainfeeder Films 

Actors have become directors, artists become musicians, and here we have musicians becoming film makers. If you have the ability to spread your creative talent across different mediums, why not, and Flying Lotus dabbles with the surreal along with some friends, to make some real shit. I mean, Kuso, that’s what it means!

 

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Dunkirk

Dunkirk
Director: Christopher Nolan 

Release Date: 21st July 2017
Warner Bros. Pictures 

Christopher Nolan has been playing with a bunch of camera technology, and through it we have Dunkirk. On the beach, in the sea, through the skies, this is an insight into one aspect of war from three very different angles. Throw in some time lags between it all, and we’re in familiar Nolan territory, even if this is his first war…

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The Boy And The Beast

The Boy And The Beast
Director: Mamoru Hosoda 

Release Date: 10th July 2017
Toho

Imagine if in your local city, there was a back alley which led to another world. A spirit world? No. A dimension to our opposite selves? No. A world in which animals are like humans and train in fighting so they can earn the right to be Gods and all that jazz? Ok then, and that’s The Boy and the Beast. Just let it take you in, don’t question what might lie on the other side of those back alleys…

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