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Movies This Week – 10-07-19

Movies This Week – 10-07-19

We’re so disappointed that the new Jim Jarmusch film The Dead Don’t Die is a bit crap, but such is life! They can’t all be good, and Paterson was a little slice of loveliness!

It’s a bit of a nonentity of a week, with the only film worth mentioning is a documentary about Steve Bannon called The Brink! Nothing challenges our top five, so it’s as you were…

Dates for all upcoming movies can be found here.

Our Top Five Films This Week –

5. Spider-Man: Far From Home
4. Diego Maradona
3. Apollo 11
2. In Fabric
1. Toy Story 4

Released – 10 July 2019

Annabelle Comes Home69% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Gary Dauberman
Writers(s): Gary Dauberman
Actors: N/A

While babysitting the daughter of Ed and Lorraine Warren, a teenager and her friend unknowingly awaken an evil spirit trapped in a doll.

Released – 12 July 2019

The Brink82% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Alison Klayman
Writers(s): N/A
Actors: Stephen K. Bannon, Louis Aliot, Patrick Caddell, Steve Cortes

A fly-on-the-wall chronicle of embattled former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon’s global mission to spread extreme nationalism.

The Dead Don’t Die – 54% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Jim Jarmusch
Writers(s): Jim Jarmusch
Actors: Chloë Sevigny, Adam Driver, Selena Gomez, Bill Murray

The peaceful town of Centerville finds itself battling a zombie horde as the dead start rising from their graves.

 

The Intruder – 31% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Deon Taylor
Writers(s): David Loughery
Actors: Dennis Quaid, Meagan Good, Joseph Sikora, Michael Ealy

A psychological thriller about a young married couple who buys a beautiful Napa Valley house on several acres of land only to find that the man they bought it from refuses to let go of the property.

Only You – 100% on Rotten Tomatoes

Director(s): Harry Wootliff
Writers(s): Harry Wootliff (screenplay), Harry Wootliff (story by), Harry Wootliff, Matthieu de Braconier (story by)
Actors: Laia Costa, Josh O’Connor, Stuart Martin, Lisa McGrillis

Stuber57% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Michael Dowse
Writers(s): Tripper Clancy
Actors: Betty Gilpin, Dave Bautista, Mira Sorvino, Iko Uwais

A detective recruits his Uber driver into an unexpected night of adventure.

Released 15 July 2019

Pavarotti 89% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Ron Howard
Writers(s): Cassidy Hartmann (consulting writer), Mark Monroe
Actors: Luciano Pavarotti

A look at the life and work of opera legend Luciano Pavarotti.

Released 19 July 2019

Gwen83% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): William McGregor
Writers(s): William McGregor
Actors: Richard Harrington, Maxine Peake, Eleanor Worthington-Cox, Mark Lewis Jones

A folk story set in the dark hills of Wales during the industrial revolution.

The Lion King?% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Jon Favreau
Writers(s): Irene Mecchi (characters), Jeff Nathanson (screenplay), Jeff Nathanson, Jonathan Roberts (characters), Linda Woolverton (characters)
Actors: Donald Glover, James Earl Jones

Live-action re-imagining of the 1994 Walt Disney classic The Lion King.

Prisoners of the Moon?% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Johnny Gogan
Writers(s): Johnny Gogan, Nick Snow
Actors: Jim Norton, Cathy Belton, Marian Quinn, Alan Devine

Was Arthur Rudolph, a central figure in the first Moon Landing, also involved in war crimes involving the death of 20,000 slave labourers in World War 2?

Tell It To The Bees57% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Annabel Jankel
Writers(s): Henrietta Ashworth (adaptation), Jessica Ashworth (adaptation), Fiona Shaw (novel)
Actors: Anna Paquin, Holliday Grainger, Gregor Selkirk, Kate Dickie

In 1950s small town Britain, a doctor develops a relationship with her young patient’s mother.

Varda By Agnes100% on Rotten Tomatoes
Director(s): Agnès Varda
Writers(s): Agnès Varda
Actors: Agnès Varda

Agnès Varda, photographer, installation artist and pioneer of the Nouvelle Vague, is an institution of French cinema. Taking a seat on a theatre stage, she uses photos and film excerpts to provide an insight into her unorthodox oeuvre.

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