Showing in HK cinemas 4th to 10th Jan 2018

Looking to take in a film this weekend? These are some of the movie highlights showing at a cinema screen near you.


The heartwarming tale of August Pullman, a fifth-grade student who faces adversity in the shape of class bullies and gawking strangers, but remains bold and brave throughout.

Variety says: A drama of disarmingly level-headed empathy that glides along with wit, assurance, and grace, and has something touching and resonant to say about the current climate of American bullying.

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Murder on the Orient Express

Kenneth Branagh revives Agatha Christie’s timeless classic, with a star-studded cast including Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley and Penelope Cruz.

Empire says: An enjoyable journey with a stellar cast, though the baggage we carry as modern viewers sees this ride derailed before its denouement.

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Star Wars – The Last Jedi

The long-awaited chapter of the Star Wars saga sees cast members from The Force Awakens reprise their roles and continue their journey, with Benicio del Toro and Laura Dern joining the bill.

Empire says: Fun, funny but with emotional heft, this is a mouth-watering set-up for Episode IX and a fitting tribute to Carrie Fisher.

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My Little Pony

The feature-length Hasbro cartoon features voiceovers from Emily Blunt and Sia, and follows the ponies through Ponyville on a quest to save their home.

Variety says: Girls, boys and bronys can embrace this toy-hawking extension of the hit TV cartoon that has a smallscreen look and a big, glittery emphasis on empathy.

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In a case of mistaken identity, the Brown family must work together and come to the rescue of their lovable friend from deepest darkest Peru.

Empire says: Marmaladen with gloriously silly jokes, pitch-perfect performances and incidental detail, this is a warm, witty and wondrously inventive great big bear-hug of a movie.

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The Greatest Showman

The Golden Globe-nominated musical tells the tale of P.T. Barnum, a man who overcame incredible odds to perfect the fine art of showmanship.

Paste Magazine says: Gracey wants us to see The Greatest Showman for the show. That’s certainly possible. It’s equally as impossible to watch the film without feeling uncomfortable knowing what he’s left out of the picture.

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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

This revival of the childhood classic sees four teenagers in detention get sucked into the world of Jumanji, adopting the bodies of the video game characters they were controlling.

Rolling Stone says: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has enough star power and comic zest to deliver a fun time at the movies. OK, just barely.

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An animated tale that follows aspiring musician Eduardo pursue his dreams despite his family’s ban on music, which leads him down the rabbit hole and into the Land of the Dead.

The NY Times says: If this movie doesn’t quite reach the highest level of Pixar masterpieces, it plays a time-tested tune with captivating originality and flair.

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A film chronicling the life of Jeff Bauman, a Boston-bombing survivor and amputee who struggles with his journey to recovery and the heroic title thrust upon him.

Empire says: A deeply human and often brutally honest depiction of trauma and recovery, anchored by three superb performances — though it often falls victim to formula.

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Darkest Hour

Gary Oldman portrays Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his struggles leading the nation in the days leading up to Hitler’s rise.

Empire says: Churchill’s darkest hour is Gary Oldman’s finest. Gripping, touching, amusing and enlightening, his performance is the prime reason this film must be seen — but not the only one.

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Cookie-cutter suburbia holds a dark secret in this psychological thriller, directed by George Clooney.

Empire says: Suburbicon is a strange beast: a by-the-numbers ’40s film noir bolted to an unsatisfying ’60s racial drama wrapped up in a ’50s Americana satire.

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Insidious: The Last Key

The fourth instalment of the film franchise sees Dr Elise Rainier investigate a series of hauntings occurring in her old childhood home.

No reviews yet.

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I, Tonya

A biopic about figure-skater Tonya Harding and the lead up to the infamous 1994 Winter Olympics. Opens 18th January.

Variety says: Margot Robbie gives a delectable performance as Tonya Harding in a biopic that saves her from infamy by being cheeky but real.


Pitch Perfect 3

The popular film franchise returns to see the Barden Bellas struggling with life after college, and searching for comfort and solace in their old acapella ways. Opens 18th January.

Variety says: It still sounds like we’re in middle-period “Glee” written by someone who finds Ryan Murphy too solemn. But as directed by Trish Sie, the movie is bubbly, it’s fast, it’s hella synthetic-clever.