Film review, by Jason Day, of American Assassin, about a young American man who joins a CIA ‘Black Ops’ team after his girlfriend is killed during a beach terrorist attack. Starring Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton.
Film review of the action thriller London Has Fallen starring Gerard Butler as a Secret Service Agent who must save US President Aaron Eckhart, who is stranded in London following a terrorist attack.
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Director: Babak Najafi. (99mins). Millennium Films/Gerard Butler-Alan Siegel/LHF Film. (15).
A list of the new films being released across the UK, from Friday 26 February 2016. Use the Find Any Film website for details of which cinema nearest to you will show these movies.
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Richard Gere stars as ‘Franny’ (the film’s rather ugly, original title), a philanthropist who meddles in the lives of a newly-married couple in an attempt to relive his past. Reviews have not been good thus far and there is no official website, so check Wikipedia and IMDb for the details. Use Find Any Film for where to see it as this will be on a limited release only.
Film review of the action film starring Bruce Willis about a group of European terrorists who take over a Los Angeles skyscraper during a Christmas party.
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Director: John McTiernan. Twentieth Century Fox/Gordon/Silver. (15)