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By Concrete Playground
March 08, 2018
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Five Movies You Need to See in Cinemas This Month

See you at the candy bar.
By Concrete Playground
March 08, 2018
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Whether you're on a date, catching up with your friends, or just looking for a way to kill a few hours on a Tuesday night, there are few modern indulgences that beat settling into a dark cinema and letting your worries escape you as you slip into another world. Spies, superheroes, lovers, musicians, presidents, dictators, robbers and cops: you'll encounter them all as the lights go down and the projector begins to whir.

There's plenty afoot a the pictures this month, so we're here to give you a little bit of help with choosing tonight's movie. See you at the candy bar.cp-line

CRAZY RICH ASIANS

What our critic said: Crazy Rich Asians glimmers with emotion, exuberance and cultural specificity ... it's a shiny piece of big-screen jewellery, and while not every aspect sparkles as much as the next, the overall package still looks a treat.

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BLACKKKLANSMAN

What our critic said:  The new film from director Spike Lee is a procedural and a caper that combines a mix of history, humour, tragedy and a sense of injustice; a film that has no interest in subtlety, and yet sometimes feels like it's actually (and purposefully) holding back.

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THE INSULT

What our critic said: A spurting drainpipe sparks an altercation across religious and cultural lines, a highly publicised court case, and a probing look at Lebanon's volatile political climate in this Academy Award-nominated drama.

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THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME

What our critic said: The Spy Who Dumped Me feeds off of the connection between Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon, using it as a constant source of affection, affirmation and amusement throughout all of the chaos.

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MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT

What our critic said: Cruise and company deliver a benchmark setter for action movies – a rollicking, tense and captivating piece of cinema that begs to be enjoyed on the big screen.

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Published on March 08, 2018 by Concrete Playground

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