With a long weekend approaching, there is no better way to catch up on your favourite movies. So if you are planning a day out we have got a comprehensive guide for you to checkout movies screening in cinemas near you.
1. Money Back Guarantee
While positive to mixed reviews have been given to the movie, praising Khan’s acting, the action scenes, the plot, and the music while criticising the characters.
Nevertheless, Money Back Guarantee has been successful despite receiving conflicting opinions from the audience. Over the Eid weekend, the movie was able to make 10 crores in worldwide revenue.
2. Evil Dead Rise
The movie is about by two teens who unintentionally cause their mother to become the target of evil powers. Together, they have to deal with the repercussions alongside their raddest guitar tech aunt in a bloody, puke-filled gore extravaganza that will make lovers of extreme aughts horror feel reminiscence.
3. Dungeons & Dragons
The comedy-fantasy film “Dungeons & Dragons: Honour Among Thieves,” directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, is a loose version of the tabletop role-playing game D&D, which Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson devised in 1974. D&D is a social game of chance, strategy, and improvised storytelling that is incredibly complex and immersive. It requires players to devote almost scholarly amounts of time to learning the game’s history, rules, and mythology, all of which are chronicled in the exhaustive, encyclopaedic official rule books that serve as the game’s bedrock.
4. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.3
Guardians of the galaxy Vol.3 comes with an emotional exit for one of the dedicated cast members. Marvel fans must watch the iconic installment for it will be the final part where the original cast is together for the last time.
Much of the cast has been together for a decade, and this is the end of the road for many of them. Bautista and Saldaña have both stated they are through with their characters. “I don’t think this is the end for the Guardians. It is the end for me, for Gamora,” says Saldaña in an interview.
5. Shazam! Fury Of The Gods
Shazam! Fury of the Gods is way more charming and cheeky than it is super and serious. Shazam, alternately played by Zachary Levi and Asher Angel, continued to portray the character as he’s supposed to, a young boy in a superhero body who is given much more power than he can handle.
Which one are you looking forward tor watching this weekend?
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