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    Friday, May 27


    In Time, (Sci-Fi/ Thriller) MN plus, 9 pm
    Cast: Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, Cillian Murphy
    The year is 2169 and humans are genetically
    engineered to live for just 25 years. With time
    accepted as a currency, those who want to live
    longer must buy (or steal) time from others.
    When 28-year-old Will Salas (Timberlake)
    saves a 105-year-old man from the minutemen
    (time robbers), the man donates his life time
    to Salas before throwing himself off a bridge.
    The timekeepers, aka the police force, suspect
    Salas stole the old man’s time and comes
    after him. Most of the character names in the
    movie were inspired from premium watchmakers
    like Albert Wajs, Raymond Weil and
    Vacheron Constantin.

    2Players, (Action) Zee Cinema, 9 pm
    Cast: Abhishek Bachchan, Bipasha Basu, Sonam Kapoor
    When thieves Charlie Mascarenhas
    (Bachchan) and Riya (Basu) learn about a
    large consignment of gold being moved by the
    Russian mafia to Romania, they decide to pull
    off the biggest heist of their careers. But given
    the complexity of the job at hand, the duo
    assembles a larger team, including a hacker,
    an illusionist and a make-up artist. While
    their plan is fool-proof, it doesn’t take into
    account human greed and soon Mascarenhas
    learns it the hard way. The movie is an official
    remake of American blockbuster, The Italian
    Job, and was the first Bollywood movie to have
    been filmed in the North Pole.


    Saturday, May 28

    John Wick, (Action/ Thriller)
    Movies Now, 1 pm & 9 pm
    Cast: Keanu Reeves, Michael Nyqvist, Alfie Allen
    John Wick’s (Reeves) vintage 1969 Ford
    Mustang catches the eye of Russian mobster,
    Iosef Tarasov (Allen), who tries to
    buy it off him. When Wick rejects the
    offer, Iosef and his gang raid his home,
    kill his dog and steal the car. Little do
    they know that Wick was grieving the
    recent loss of his wife. Struck by a degenerative
    disease Wick’s wife had gifted him the
    puppy, hoping it would help him cope. But
    what should really bother Iosef and his men is
    that Wick is a former hitman and a good one at
    that. Bacon fat was spread on Reeves’
    face when filming the scenes where
    the dog had to lick his face.

    3Paddington (Animation/ Comedy),
    Sony PIX, 1 pm & 9 pm
    Cast: Hugh Bonneville,
    Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters
    When a geologist exploring the jungles of Peru chances upon a pair of intelligent bears,
    he invites them home to London. He even presents them his hat as a gesture of goodwill.
    Initially rejecting the offer, one of the bears leaves for London after an earthquake strikes their home. While trying to find the geologist, the bear is adopted by a family and is named Paddington—as he was found at the
    Paddington train station. He soon finds out from the Geographers Guild that they had not sent anyone to Peru. Paddington then tries to locate the mystery man himself. Paddington is depicted as a marmalade-loving bear and the sale of marmalades surged after the film’s release

    Welcome Back (Action/Comedy)
    Zee Cinema, 8 pm
    Cast: Anil Kapoor, Nana Patekar, John Abraham
    A sequel to the 2007 film, Welcome, the story begins with Uday Shetty (Patekar) and Majnu Bhai (Kapoor) turning a new leaf and leaving behind their criminal past. Settled in Dubai, Shetty is on the hunt for a groom for his step-sister Ranjana (Shruti Haasan). But when Ajju (Abraham), a local Mumbai goon, falls in love with Ranjana, he tries to enlist the help of Wanted Bhai (Naseeruddin Shah), another don. But things get hilarious when Wanted Bhai’s son also falls for Ranjana. The Emirates Palace hotel in Dubai was recreated in the Mumbai Film City for the song, Tutti.

    4The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, MN Plus, 1 pm & 7 pm
    Cast: Robin Williams, Mila Kunis, Peter Dinklage
    A short-tempered man, Henry Altmann (Williams), learns
    from his doctor, Sharon Gill (Kunis), that he has a brain aneurysm.
    When he angrily asks her how long he has to live, a panicked
    Gill blurts out 90 minutes. He storms out, determined to
    make amends for all the wrongs he’s done in his life—like trying
    to reconcile with the son whom he’d turned away because
    he chose dancing as a profession. Meanwhile, Dr Gill—who
    learns that her rashly given diagnosis could lead to her losing
    her doctor’s license—tracks Altmann down, to convince him
    to check into a hospital. This is the late Williams’ last film.


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