Heading to the cinema this weekend? We will take you through the weeks new releases. Theses are the cinema releases January 27 2017 for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.
This week sees the release of the sequel to the 90s classic Trainspotting. T2 Trainspotting, directed by Danny Boyle releases in the UK.
Hacksaw Ridge (Drama)
Released 27th January 2017 UK (15) 139 Mins
Starring Andrew Garfield ; Sam Worthington ; Luke Bracey ; Teresa Palmer ; Hugo Weaving ; Rachel Griffiths ; Vince Vaughn
Set in WWII during one of the bloodiest battles at Okinawa, Desmond Doss saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun.
Oscars 2017 Nominated – Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director…
Rules Don’t Apply (Romantic, Comedy)
Released 27th January 2017 UK (12A) 127 Mins
Starring Alec Baldwin; Warren Beatty; Annette Bening; Haley Bennett; Candice Bergen; Matthew Broderick; Dabney Coleman; Lily Collins; Steve Coogan; Alden Ehrenreich; Taissa Farmiga; Ed Harris; Megan Hilty
Set in 1958, Baptist beauty queen from Virginia and an aspiring actress, Marla Mabrey, goes to Hollywood. Frank Forbes is an ambitious young businessman and devout Methodist.
Both of them long for success under their contracts with billionaire filmmaker & womanizer Howard Hughes.
Sing (Animated Adventure)
Released 27th January 2017 UK (U) 108 Mins
Voice by Scarlett Johansson ; Matthew McConaughey ; Taron Egerton ; Reese Witherspoon ; Nick Offerman ; Seth MacFarlane
Here is the film trailer…
T2 Trainspotting (Drama)
Released 27th January 2017 UK (18) 120 Mins
Starring Ewan McGregor; Ewen Brember; Jonny Lee Miller; Robert Carlyle
It’s 20 years later and lots has changed but somethings have stayed the same as Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) returns home.
Released 27th January 2017 UK (12A) 110 Mins
Starring Rachel Weisz; Tom Wilkinson; Timothy Spall; Andrew Scott; Jack Lowden; Caren Pistorius
Denial, based on the book History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier, is the story of Deborah E. Lipstadt’s and her legal battle for historical truth against David Irving who accuses her of libel when she declared him a Holocaust denier.
A Dog’s Purpose (Comedy, Drama)
Released 27th January 2017 US (PG) 121 Mins
Starring Britt Robertson; Dennis Quaid; Josh Gad; Peggy Lipton; Juliet Rylance
Take a look at the trailer…
Released 27th January 2017 US (R) 121 Mins
Starring Matthew McConaughey; Édgar Ramírez; Bryce Dallas Howard; Corey Stoll; Toby Kebbell; Craig T. Nelson; Stacy Keach; Bruce Greenwood
Matthew McConaughey plays unlucky businessman Kenny Wells, who along with geologist Michael Acosta (Édgar Ramírez) set out to discover gold deep in the uncharted jungles of Indonesia.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Action, Horror)
Released 27th January 2017 US (R) 106 Mins
Starring Milla Jovovich; Ali Larter; Shawn Roberts; Ruby Rose; Eoin Macken; William Levy; Iain Glen
The Final Chapter? This follows on immediately after the events in Resident Evil: Retribution. Here is the film trailer…
Movie Releases Down Under
Released NZ 26th January 2017 127 Mins (Drama)
Live by Night
Released AU/NZ 26th January 2017 129 Mins (Crime, Drama)
Released AU 26th January 2017 111 Mins (Drama)
Manchester by the Sea
Released NZ 26th January 2017 136 Mins (Drama)
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
Released AU/NZ 26th January 2017 106 Mins (Horror)
Released AU 26th January 2017 117 Mins (Horror, Thriller)
Top 10 Box Office Films
What movies/film have we all been watching over the last week, time to find out as we take a look at the Top 10 Box Office Films in both the UK and US.
US BOX OFFICE
|2||New||xXx: Return of Xander Cage||Paramount Pictures||$20,130,142|
|3||(1)||Hidden Figures||20th Century Fox||$15,721,606|
|5||(2)||La La Land||Lionsgate||$8,427,583|
|6||(5)||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||Walt Disney||$7,210,470|
|7||(7)||Monster Trucks||Paramount Pictures||$7,072,602|
|10||(4)||The Bye Bye Man||STX Entertainment||$3,430,655|
UK BOX OFFICE
|1||(1)||La La Land||Lionsgate||£4,373,249|
|3||New||xXx: The Return of Xander Cage||Paramount||£1,6208,11|
|5||(2)||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||Disney||£881,235|
|7||(6)||Manchester by the Sea||StudioCanal||£521,694|
|9||(4)||Assassin's Creed||20th Century Fox||£342,277|
Comment By Dr. Loomis – Cinema Releases January 27 2017
There you have it the Cinema Releases January 27 2017. T2 Trainspotting is out this week but as I wasn’t a fan of Trainspotting I’ll be giving it miss. So another week where nothing interests me, come on filmmakers make some decent films!
Hang on I’ll have to make sure I’ve seen all the Oscar nominated films…