Sunday, 15 June 2014
Tom Cruise gets caught in a time loop battling savage alien invaders in this mind-bending sci-fi action spectacular! An unstoppable alien race known as the Mimics are swarming over the Earth, leaving a trail of total devastation. With mankind on the edge of extinction, the world's armies unite for a desperate last stand against this relentless onslaught. Lt. Col. Bill Cage (Tom Cruise) has never seen combat, but finds himself hurled into the conflict and killed within minutes. Then the impossible happens. Cage awakes at the beginning of this nightmare day and has to fight and die again. And again. But with each rebirth alongside Special Forces warrior Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt), he finds his battle skills improving. Now victory finally seems like a possibility. Hollywood megastar Tom Cruise teams up with 'The Bourne Identity' director Doug Liman for this thrill-packed slice of explosive sci-fi. It's adapted from Hiroshi Sakurazaka's novel 'All You Need Is Kill'.
Tuesday, 10 June 2014
The iconic movie monster gets a brilliant 21st century makeover in this breathtaking blockbuster! A devastating catastrophe engulfs Japan's Janjira nuclear power plant in 1999. Fifteen years later, US physicist Joe Brody (Bryan Cranston) remains convinced that a natural disaster was not responsible. He believes there's been a high-level cover-up. His quest for the truth reunites him with his Navy Lieutenant son, Ford (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). Among those drawn into joining their mission are Ford's wife Elle (Elizabeth Olsen) and military commander Admiral Stenz (David Strathairn). Japanese scientist Daisuke Serizawa (Ken Watanabe) quickly recognises that man's abuse of nature is responsible for the mighty, radiation-enhanced Godzilla - and the terrifying foes against which it is now pitted! Made with the endorsement of Japan's Toho Studios, who first unleashed Godzilla in 1954, this stunning reinvention delivers great characters as well as awesome spectacle. Behind the camera is Gareth Edwards, British director of the acclaimed low-budget hit 'Monsters'.