Sadly due to the coronavirus, all the upcoming films were due to be released within the next month or two have been delayed and most of the cinemas have now been shut down!
But don’t let that put you down, the films will come out in due course. In the meantime there’s plenty of great films to stream online, we at Superinkarts have put our recommendations for you.
What Happened To Monday - Netflix
In a dystopian future that’s overpopulated, siblings have been banned – seven identical sisters, each named after a day in the week, live in secret and each go out on their day under the identity of Karen Settman.
Noomi Rapace is fantastic at playing all the sisters, giving them each a unique personality, each representing their specified day: Monday – the miserable one; Tuesday – the junkie; Wednesday – the active one; Thursday – the rebellious one; Friday – the smart one; Saturday – the party girl and Sunday – the one with faith.
It never gets too confusing understanding which sister is which and the split-screen effects are fantastic. It offers great world-building, a good mystery and intense action sequences.
Written By Jack Parish
Paddington 2 - Amazon Prime
The further adventures of the eternally wholesome, marmalade-loving little bear in the raincoat. Much like his favourite fruit preserve, this film is ineffably sweet; packed with heart warming moments, delightful comedic beats, and inarguably Hugh Grants greatest on-screen character. Don't let this one pass you by if you haven't seen it, or even if you have - it's worth the rewatch.
Written By Kyle J.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – Netflix
A reluctant Hobbit is about to be thrust into a world of adventure. Bilbo Baggins is swept into a quest to reclaim the lost kingdom of the Lonely Mountain, alongside a spirited group of dwarves and his long-time friend Gandalf the grey. Can they work together to reclaim the lost mountain home and the gold within? And what happens when they encounter the fierce dragon Smaug?
J.R.R. Tolkiens Lord Of The Rings trilogy is as timeless as the iconic Peter Jackson movies that brought the story to the big screen. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journeyis a spectacular prequel tale, inspired by the original books and brought to life yet again by Jackson’s visually magnificent filmmaking.
Dragon’s, fantastical fantasy, dwarves and unexpected heroes abound, get lost in the world of middle earth whilst in the comfort of your own home. A perfect and classic tale reminding us all that you can overcome the greatest of adversaries, when your work together.
Written By Melanie Whitlock
Blinded by the Light - Amazon Prime
This is a brilliant coming of age story about a British-Pakistani teenager in Thatcherite Britain who falls in love with the music of Bruce Springsteen. You don’t need to be a Springsteen fan to enjoy the movie, because at its heart it’s about a teenager struggling to claim his independence while reconciling his dreams with his role in the family. He finds a release in music and lyrics, which speak to him and the film itself often feels on the verge of becoming a full-on musical. It also touches on social issues such as class and racism without feeling too on-the-nose. Viveik Kalra is very touching as Javed, and it’s a great story of teenage passion, family and friendship.
Written By Leah Smith