Despite the influx of streaming services and most of the content from that space coming to us in the form of a small screen, we still prefer to do our watching on the big screen, something which is mostly synonymous with Ster-Kinekor. As always, they gave us a taste of what to expect from them this month. Variety is the best way to describe it with action, adventure and horror all forming part of their cracking line-up . Many of these new releases are set to come out in 3D, IMAX or D-Box, experiences, as you know, that elevate your viewing to even greater heights. Here we go:
Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a slain soldier who is re-animated using nanotechnology that makes him virtually indestructible. As memories of his wife’s murder resurface, he breaks out of the military facility that is holding him and goes in search of revenge. The first instalment from the Valiant Comics universe, Bloodshot releases on 13 March in 2D, IMAX and D-Box.
When American expat Mickey Pearson decides to sell off his UK-based cannabis empire, it triggers chaos throughout the criminal underworld, entangling a host of blackmailers, schemers and other shady characters. Classic Guy Ritchie action-comedy starring Hugh Grant, Matthew McConaughey, Michelle Dockery, Charlie Hunnam, Colin Farrell and Jeremy Strong, The Gentlemen releases on 06 March in 2D.
When northern invaders threaten China, the Imperial army calls on all male warriors to serve. Concerned that her ailing father will not survive the war, Mulan disguises herself and leaves to fight in place of him. A live-action reimagining of the Disney classic, Mulan releases on 27 March in 2D, 3D, IMAX and D-Box.
A Quiet Place 2
The Abbott family continue their fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by aliens who hunt by sound. Forced by events to venture into the unknown, they discover that the deadly aliens are not the only threat that the outside world contains. Starring Emily Blunt, A Quiet Place 2 releases on 20 March in 2D, IMAX and D-Box.
The Invisible Man
When Cecilia leaves her abusive partner, he takes his own life and leaves her a fortune. However, a series of strange events lead her to suspect that his death was a hoax and she – and others – are in danger. But how do you prove that someone invisible is hunting you? Starring Elisabeth Moss, The Invisible Man is now showing in 2d and IMAX.
This maybe the cinemas best line-up collectively, so good in fact that we’re making it a point to go and see all the movies listed above. Should you agree or at least feel like checking out some of these titles then remember to visit www.sterkinekor.com or the Ster-Kinekor app for more info.
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