Friday is a big day at the flicks this week, ladies. If it’s comedy you’re looking for then Horrible Bosses 2 or Men, Women & Children should be right up your street while those in the market for a drama or biography will also be catered for. What more could you want?
If you’re not staying in for The Late Late Toy Show, then soak up these new releases before your social calendar is inundated with Christmas parties and festive drinks!
Horrible Bosses 2
The gang are back and they’re on a business venture leading to much chaos and confusion. Starring Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston, this guarantees the same madcap laughs the first one delivered!
Kill the Messenger
Based on a true story, this crime drama tells the story of a reporter who finds himself the target of a smear campaign after exposing the CIA’s role in drug importation. Will he be able to survive the treatment he’s being subjected to?
I am Ali
This documentary film gives us access into the personal archives of world-famous boxing champion Muhammad Ali. Interviews, footage and testimonials give us an insight into Cassius Clay, the man who eventually became much-loved Muhammad Ali.
Men, Women & Children
This comedy-drama, starring Jennifer Garner and Adam Sandler, focuses on the various ways the internet has changed the course of our lives. From relationships and communication methods to friendship and love lives, a group of high school students and their parents attempt to get to grips with the whole thing.
Stations of the Cross
Fourteen-year-old Maria is a devout Catholic who wants to become a saint and go to heaven. This German language drama tells the story of Maria’s attempt to go through the stations of the cross. Winning Best Script at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, Maria’s story is one of love and devotion.