Movie Releases For Week Feb 5 2016 – Dad’s Army

Dad’s Army & Goosebumps

Popcorn Cinema Show takes a look at the weeks cinema releases for 5th February 2016 in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand, along with their film trailers. So what movies can can you look foward to this week? In the UK you will have the chance to see Dad’s Army, a film based on the BBC 1970’s television series.

Meanwhile in the US you have the comedy Hail, Caesar!, but first the news…

Film News

Kung Fu Panda 3 Top US Box Office

No surprise as Kung Fu Panda 3 goes straight to the top of the US charts taking $41m


John Carpenter To Release New Album

Good news John Carpenter has announced a follow up album to the excellent 2014 Lost Themes. Lost Themes II is due out in April 2016.

You can check out the first album by clicking here


Love films then take a look at our The Possession (Uncut Edition) Blu-ray review

Movies Releases

Goosebumps (Adventure)

Released 5th February 2016 UK (PG) 103 Mins

Starring Jack Black ; Odeya Rush ; Halston Sage ; Dylan Minnette ; Amy Ryan

Zach Cooper is teenage boy who has just moved into a small town he meets Hannah his neighbour. Hannah’s father is R. L. Stine (Jack Black) who writes the Goosebumps stories, he keeps all the ghosts and monsters from the series locked up in his manuscripts. However when Zach and his friend unintentionally open one of Stine’s books it releases all the ghosts and monsters.


Dad’s Army (Comedy)

Released 5th February 2016 UK (PG) 100 Mins

Starring Toby Jones; Bill Nighy; Catherine Zeta Jones; Tom Courtenay; Bill Paterson; Daniel Mays; Michael Gambon; Blake Harrison; Mark Gatiss; Sarah Lancashire; Alison Steadman

This is a film version of the classic BBC comedy with a totally new cast. Set in 1944 during WWII this is the story of the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard.

Dad’s Army trailer

Point Break (Action)

Released 5th February 2016 UK (12A) 104 Mins

Starring Édgar Ramírez; Luke Bracey; Teresa Palmer; Delroy Lindo; Ray Winstone

Remake of the 1991 film. An FBI agent goes undercover to find a gang who are carrying out a series of heists.


Trumbo (Drama)

Released 5th February 2016 UK (15) 124 Mins

Starring Bryan Cranston; Elle Fanning; Diane Lane; Helen Mirren; Alan Tudyk; John Goodman

The year is 1947, Dalton Trumbo is one of Hollywood’s top screenwriter until he and other artists are jailed and blacklisted over their political beliefs.


The Choice (Drama)

Released 5th February 2016 US (PG-13) Mins

Starring Alexandra Daddario, Teresa Palmer, Benjamin Walker

Travis and Gabby meet as neighbors in a small coastal town and end up in a relationship that is tested by one of life’s most defining events.


Hail, Caesar! (Comedy Drama)

Released 5th February 2016 US (PG-13) Mins

Starring Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton

Set in the 1950’s, this is the story of a Hollywood fixer who keeps the studio’s stars in line.


Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (Action Horror)

Released 5th February 2016 US (PG-13) 107 Mins

Starring Lily James; Sam Riley; Jack Huston; Bella Heathcote; Douglas Booth; Matt Smith; Charles Dance; Lena Headey

Jane Austen meets an army of undead zombies.


Regression (Thriller)

Released 5th February 2016 US (R) 106 Mins

Starring Emma Watson, Ethan Hawke, David Thewlis

Ethan Hawke plays Detective Bruce Kenner, he has to investigate the alleged sexual abuse of young Angela (Emma Watson) by her father.

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