5 movies on the big screen this week
Turkish cinemas are offering five films this week in various genres, from horror to action to moviegoers.
‘Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origin ‘
Directed by Robert Schwentke, “Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins” stars Henry Golding, Samara Weaving, Ursula Corbero, Andrew Koji and Peter Mensah. The film tells the story of Snake Eyes, one of the beloved characters in the “GI Joe” cutscene. universe.
Snake Eyes finds a new home and becomes a deadly ninja after joining a Japanese clan. The sci-fi production, written by Evan Spiliotopoulos, aims to appeal to action and adventure seekers.
Starring Johnny Whitworth, Maurice McRae, Zazie Beetz and Afton Williamson in the lead roles, “Still Here” is directed by Vlad Feier.
Romanian filmmaker Feier’s very first feature film reveals how indifferent the police and the press are to certain events linked to a missing young girl.
“Never again the snow”
Co-directed by Malgorzata Szumowska and Michal Englert, “Never Gonna Snow Again” tells the story of a masseur who changes the lives of his clients. The German, Dutch and Polish co-production stars Alec Utgoff, Maja Ostaszewska, Agata Kulesza, Weronika Rosati and Katarzyna Figura.
On a misty morning in a large city in Eastern Europe, a mysterious man appears carrying a bed with him. This man practices magical and hypnotic techniques to obtain a residence permit and works as a masseur in a suburban housing estate.
“The Green Knight”
Directed by David Lowery, “The Green Knight” stars Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Sarita Choudhury and Sean Harris in the lead roles.
The film, crafted with fantastic elements, is adapted from the anonymous epic poem by Sir Gwain and The Green Knight. King Arthur’s stubborn nephew, Sir Gwain, embarks on a daring quest to confront the Green Knight, a mysterious giant who appears in Camelot. At the risk of his head, he embarks on an epic adventure to prove himself in front of his family and the court.
Starring Amanda Woodhams, Nicola Bartlett, Austin Castiglione and Liam Graham, “Sororal” is the horror and thriller of the week. Directed by Sam Barrett, the film centers on the story of a girl who realizes that the paintings she draws are linked to a series of murders.
A young woman named Cassie has terrible dreams and begins to transfer them to a canvas. After realizing that what she’s drawing are real-life murders, her friends and family also begin to die one by one. Cassie must face her past to stop the murders and save herself from this nightmare.