Cinema Releases March 24 2017 – Will it be Life or CHiPs?

Heading to the cinema this weekend? No worries as we will take you through the weeks new releases along with film trailer. So on to the cinema releases March 24 2017 for the UK & US.

This week sees the release of CHiPs: Law And Disorder in UK & US. Other releases include the sci-fi horror Life (UK & US).


Cinema Releases

CHiPs: Law And Disorder (Crime, Comedy)

Released 24th March 2017 UK/US (15/R) 101 Mins

  • Starring Michael Peña; Dax Shepard; Jessica McNamee
  • Adam Brody; Ryan Hansen; Vincent D’Onofrio

Two motorcycle cops are partnered together one an inexperienced rookie and the other a hardened pro.
If you remember CHiPs the 70s/80s US television show don’t expect this new film to be anything like, this is a comedy of sorts.


Life (Sci-fi, Horror, Thriller)

Released 24th March 2017 UK/US (15/TBC) 104 Mins

  • Starring Jake Gyllenhaal; Rebecca Ferguson; Ryan Reynolds
  • Hiroyuki Sanada; Ariyon Bakare; Olga Dihovichnaya

Aboard a space station are six astronauts who are examining a sample collected from Mars that may provide evidence of extraterrestrial life on the Red Planet. The sample is found to contain a large, single-celled organism however is everything really as it seems? What if the life form is more intelligent than expected?


Another Mothers Son (Drama)

Released 24th March 2017 UK (12A) 103 Mins

  • Starring Jenny Seagrove; John Hannah; Julian Kostov

Set on Jersey, 1942. With The Channel Islands occupied by the Germans the residents face a test of their loyalties. Louisa Gould (Jenny Seagrove) refuses to give up hope for the island and for her sons who are away fighting.


The Lost City Of Z (Drama)

Released 24th March 2017 UK (15) 141 Mins

  • Starring Tom Holland; Charlie Hunnam; Sienna Miller; Robert Pattinson
  • Angus Macfadyen; Daniel Huttlestone; Edwrad Ashley

Based on a true story, British explorer Percy Fawcett travels to the Amazon at the beginning of the 20th century. He finds evidence of an advanced civilization that may have once inhabited the region.


Power Rangers (Action, Adventure)

Released 24th March 2017 UK/US (12A/PG-13) 124 Mins

  • Starring Bryan Cranston; Elizabeth Banks; Naomi Scott


Top 10 Box Office Films

What movies/films 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 US and UK.

US BOX OFFICE

  Movie DistributorGross
1NewBeauty and the BeastWalt Disney$174,750,616
2(1)Kong: Skull IslandWarner Bros$27,832,142
3(2)Logan20th Century Fox$17,815,677
4(3)Get OutUniversal$13,437,220
5(4)The ShackLionsgate$6,005,739
6(5)The Lego Batman MovieWarner Bros$4,602,235
7NewThe Belko ExperimentBH Tilt$4,137,230
8(7)Hidden Figures20th Century Fox$1,475,280
9(8)John Wick: Chapter TwoLionsgate$1,183,506
10(6)Before I FallOpen Road$985,631

UK BOX OFFICE

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewBeauty and the BeastDisney£19,700,000
2(1)Kong: Skull IslandWarner Bros£2,705,634
3NewGet OutUniversal£2,160,099
4(2)Logan20th Century Fox£1,758,060
5(3)The LEGO Batman MovieWarner Bros£515,771
6(4)Viceroy's House20th Century Fox£238,057
7(6)SingUniversal£220,056
8(13)Moulin Rouge!20th Century Fox£199,160
9(5)MoonlightAltitude£192,676
10(7)Hidden Figures20th Century Fox£177,074

Comment by Dr. Loomis

There you have it the Cinema Releases March 24 2017. I remember the TV show Chips and the film of the same name out this week is nothing like it. I really can’t believe they make this tosh, it looks absolutely terrible.

It’s the same poorly written conveyor belt comedies that big film studios seen intent on inflicting on audiences. Clearly most people are looking for something vaguely clever and funny. They used to make outstanding comedies like Planes, Trains and Automobiles what happened to those?

Come Hollywood you need to do a lot better, your audiences deserve it.