This week’s releases include the return of a cult movie legend; one of the year’s best comedies; the reimagining of an epic story; the feature debut of a rising director; and an unbelievable underdog tale.
Saint Albans -
A cinema, originally built during the early 1930s and operated in the city of St. Albans, has recently re-opened and restored to its former glory. The building and experience offers an evening more enjoyable than the crowded multiplex.
If you’re one of the many people who watched bits of the Olympics in between commercials and the usual network atrocities, you will be horrified to hear that those naughty millennials didn’t bother to watch. Apparently this is some sort of crime.
The Mousetrap is a play by Agatha Christie, the writer of murder-mysteries, and it holds the record as the world's longest-running stage play, having entered its 64th year of continuous production.
The movie-set of the latest Arnold Schwarzenegger film saw some real-life drama in Vancouver this week. Right next to the filming a bank-robbery attempt took place, with a crew-member helping to nab the suspect.
This week’s releases include several classics with significant followings; the amusing yet unnecessary origin story of a popular app; a striking motion comic featuring a female heroine; and a second season that fortunately surpasses the first.
Harry Potter didn't end with the final movie installment and the magic continues with a new theater play in London - "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child." Such is the demand that tickets are being sold for thousands of times more than their face value.