From Bizarre to Poignant; 4 Movies We Are Looking Forward to in January
M. Night Shyamalan promises to keep you on the edge of your seat with Glass which is the final installment in the Unbreakable Trilogy. It follows David Dunn’s (Bruce Willis) pursuit of Kevin Wendell Crumb’s (James Mcvoy) feral persona, the Beast who possess super human abilities. David Dunn, known as the Overseer also possesses superhuman abilities that enable him to perceive crimes people have committed by touching them. Along the way, he runs into Mr. Glass (Samuel Jackson), an enigmatic character who might be the mastermind behind David and Kevin’s super powers.
Release date, 18th January
Mary Queen of Scots
A juicy drama unfolds as director Josie Rourke chronicles the turbulent early life of Mary Stuart (Saoirse Ronan) and the dire consequences that befell her after a failed attempt to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I ( Margot Robbie) to claim the thrown of Scotland and England.
Release date, 11th January.
A moving film about a 90 year old WWII veteran (Clint Eastwood) who resorts to illegal means to prevent impending financial ruin. He agrees to transport $3 million worth of cocaine for a Mexican drug cartel but the deal soon turns sour and he is faced with the irreparable consequences of his decisions.
Release date, January 18th.
The Front Runner
The Front Runner is a biographical account of the rise and sudden fall of Senator Gary Hart (Hugh Jackman) whose charisma enamoured young American voters during his 1988 presidential campaign. His bid for the White House crumbles when evidence of an extramarital affair surface. Despite his attempts to clear his name, the alleged affair heralds the beginning of the end of his political career
Release date, 4th January