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Movie Night: What’s On in Cinemas around Hong Kong This Week

From action-packed thrillers to light-hearted laugh-a-minute scenes, there’s something to suit every cinemagoer this weekend. These are just some of the movies on show in theatres around the city this week.

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A thriller that follows a father’s search for his missing daughter, filmed entirely online through the lens of smartphones and computer screens.

Rolling Stone: says: Searching is a technical marvel with a beating heart at its core, which makes all the difference.

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A Star is Born

A tale of love and romance, starring Bradley Cooper as a famed musician, and Lady Gaga as the protegee he takes under his wing.

Variety: says: A total emotional knockout, but it’s also a movie that gets you to believe, at every step, in the complicated rapture of the story it’s telling.

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Hunter Killer

Captain Joe Glass (Gerard Butler) and an elite team of Navy SEALs undergo a covert mission to foil a coup and rescue the kidnapped Russian president.

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Bohemian Rhapsody

The long-awaited Freddie Mercury biopic makes its way to screens, chronicling the highs and lows of the life of a legendary performer.

The Guardian says: Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury is electric but Bryan Singer’s film fails to get to the heart of his personal life.

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Sicario: Day of the Soldado

The FBI works closely with an elusive operative to tumble the Mexican cartel’s smuggling ring that has been bringing terrorists into America. When he resorts to dirty tactics and kidnaps a cartel member’s daughter, the lines between good and evil become increasingly blurred.

Vulture says: When The Day of the Soldado truly wallows in violence, it does so exquisitely, with the kind of hopelessness that film violence, especially around this subject matter, should convey.

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The day before D-Day, a group of American military paratroopers uncover a French town that has fallen under Nazi control, but a closer look reveals much more than they had ever anticipated finding.

Variety says: This J.J. Abrams-produced WWII thriller is less about its not-so-surprising horror twist than the pure pleasure of punching Nazis.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

In this long-awaited sequel, Newt Scamander embarks on a mission to put a stop to Gellert Grindelwald, who will stop at nothing on his quest to raise an army of pure-blood wizards, and leave the muggle world in peril.

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Coming Soon

The Girl in the Spider’s Web

David Lagercrantz’s novel and addition to the popular Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series gets the silver-screen treatment, with an international cast including the likes of Claire Foy and Stephen Merchant.

Variety says: Fans of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium franchise won’t be pleased with the way Lisbeth Salander has been reduced to a Batgirl-like figure with a tacked-on psychological profile.

Opens November 22

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

The quintessential Christmas classic moves from the stage to the screen, with Clara and Philip braving the elements to retrieve the key that unlocks her late mother’s music box and right the wrongs in the four realms.

Empire says: As sweet as a sugar plum and only slightly more nutritious, this shows scars from a tumultuous road to the screen but still emerges as a whimsical, likeable fairy tale.

Opens November 29

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