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New UK Cinema Releases: 6th April 2012 Good Friday, THE COLD LIGHT OF DAY, HEADHUNTERS, MIRROR MIRROR and TITANIC 3D

Friday, 6 April 2012

It's not the best week ever for cinema releases but I think there are a couple of new thrillers in this weeks mix which haven't been that heavily promoted, meaning they probably shouldn't go un-missed. As always I'm here to give you the run down of what may be worth your time at the cinema this week.

My top pick has to go to The Cold Light Of Day, the movie comes with a pretty decent cast including Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver, it seems like a decent action thriller.

Cavill plays Will Shaw, a Wall Street trader who has flown to Spain for a sailing holiday with his parents Martin (Willis) and Laurie (Caroline Goodall). Will goes for a quick dip and returns to the boat to find his parents have been kidnapped, quickly Will is confronted by the people responsible and learns more than he knows about his father and what his parents captors are after.

This is the kind of movie I like best so I am probably being a little in favour, but it does look like a pretty good popcorn flick.

Next up this week is Headhunters which stars Aksel Hennie, Synnove Macody Lund and Nikolaj Coster-Waldu, don't worry I haven't heard of any of those people either.

Headhunters is a Norweigan movie about a high powered executive head hunter who has a bit of a dark side, kind of like Dexter this guy moonlights from his day job and by night becomes an accomplished multi million pound art thief.

The trailer looks decent enough, lots of action, but I'm put off with all the subtitles. I say this looks good but I'll probably never get round to watching it. It does seem like a pretty good crime thriller.

Last of the new releases is Mirror Mirror: The Untold Adventures of Snow White starring Julia Roberts, Lilly Collins, Armie Hammer and Sean Bean.

It's a story of Princess' and Prince' and I really have no interest at all, it's for kids of course and it supposedly a magical fairy-tale. Basically Snow White is banished from her Kingdom when an evil Queen takes over, she enlists the help of 7 Prince' to help her win back her birthright.

Last but not least is the re-release of James Cameron's epic Titanic, the movie was released in UK cinemas January 1998, now it's back and pimped out in 3D for our viewing pleasure. Personally I saw it back then and have seen it many times since, as good as it is I won't be spending £12 - £15 on a cinema ticket to watch it in 3D.

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