Yousef Bouran takes a look at the new films in cinemas this weekend
This week's new movies
Yousef Bouran takes a look at the new films releasing in cinemas this weekend.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Starring: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum
Synopsis: Set four years after the abandonment and destruction of the Isla Nublar island, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing return to save the remaining dinosaurs from an upcoming eruption. The duo encounters large new breeds and a theory which makes the planet experience even greater problems. The action packed adventure is set to be on the big screen on June 7 in the UAE.
Sid & Aya
Starring: Anne Curtis, Dingdong Dantes
Synopsis: Tagalog romance drama with Dingdong Dantes' Sid and Anne Curtis' Aya. Sid, an insomnia sufferer, looks for companionship with Aya which, by sheer endurance and determination, becomes successful as Aya shows an interest in Sid. This light-hearted story of romance is set to be released on June 7 in the UAE.
Starring: Jessica Lowndes, Joe Anderson, Lin Shaye
Synopsis: From the creator of Saw II, III and IV, comes a horrifying experience of a mysterious man aiming to build the ‘greatest’ haunted house. A curious reporter, Julia Talben played by Jessica Lowndes, researches about the house-in-making after a series of occurrences which intrigue her into finding out the cause.
Starring: Bruce Davison, Heather Graham, Robert Patrick
Synopsis: The true story of Gary Tison's crimes and his escape from prison to the border of Mexico where he attempts to be free once again. Along with him is another convicted murderer Randy Greenawalt and his trusted family where they do whatever it takes to reach their destination even if that includes killing and leaving bodies behind.
Ee Ma Yu
Starring: Lijo Jose Pellissery, Chemben Vinod, Dileesh Pothan, Vinayakan
Synopsis: The Malayalam story of Vavachan Mesthiri and his death and how it can be seen through different perspectives of positivity and negativity. It is set in a coastal village in Chellanam, Kochi and reviews the events which occur over two evenings. A story of turmoil with hints of comedy, it makes a wonderful treat for all.