Movie Releases For Week Dec 4 2015

Christmas with the Coopers & Krampus

Popcorn Cinema Show takes a look at the weeks movie releases (4 December 2015) for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand at the cinema.  This week sees a Christmas theme with Christmas with the Coopers in the UK and Krampus in the US.

But first the news…


Movie News

MI6 Gets Director?

So it appears Mission Impossibe 6 will be having the same diector as Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Christopher McQuarrie. The director tweeted “Mission Accepted #MI6”

We already new the sixth film was coming as Tom Cruise comfirmed in the summer and now it has a director attached.

Stay tuned and we will let you know more when we have it…

 

Predator 4?

Do you want to watch another Predator film? Do you want a reboot/remake? Well if you do bad luck, as Predator 4 is coming accirding to an article on Digital Spy. We will keep an eye on this one, but I for one can say I’m not overly enthusiastic.

 

Love films, then take a look at our Muppet Christmas Carol Blu-ray review

So that’s the movie news now on to the weeks releases…


Movies Releases

Christmas with the Coopers (Comedy)

Released 4th December 2015 UK (12A) 107 Mins

Starring Alan Arkin ; John Goodman ; Diane Keaton ; Olivia Wilde ; Amanda Seyfried

It’s Christmas at the Cooper where four generations come together for their annual Christmas Eve celebration.

 


Krampus (Comedy)

Released 4th December 2015 UK/US (PG-13/15) 120 Mins

Starring Toni Collette; Allison Tolman; Adam Scott

It’s Christmas and a young boy named Max is having a bad time, when he unintentionally summons the Krampus, the Christmas Devil into his home.

 


The Night Before (Comedy)

Released 4th December 2015 UK (15) 101 Mins

Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt ; Seth Rogen ; Anthony Mackie

Three lifelong best friends set out to find the Holy Grail of Christmas parties.

 


Victor Frankenstein (Sci-fi Horror)

Released 4th December 2015 UK (12A) 110 Mins

Starring Daniel Radcliffe ; James McAvoy; Jessica Brown Findlay; Andrew Scott; Charles Dance

Here we see Igor’s(Daniel Radcliffe) perspective, a troubled young assistant and his redemptive friendship with the young medical student Viktor Von Frankenstein (James McAvoy) as he witnesses how Frankenstein became the man we know today!

 

Missed any recent cinema releases? No need to worry we have them here

 


Movies Releases Down Under

Goosebumps

Released NZ 3rd December 2015 103 Mins (Comedy)

 


In the Heart of the Sea

Released AU / NZ 3rd December 2015 Mins (Drama)

 


Krampus

Released AU / NZ 3rd December 2015 Mins (Comedy)

 


Youth

Released NZ 3rd December 2015 118 Mins (Drama)

 


The End of the Tour

Released AU/NZ 3rd December 2015 106 Mins (Drama)

 


The Night Before

Released AU 3rd December 2015 101 Mins (Comedy)

 


Truth

Released AU 3rd December 2015 125 Mins (Drama)

 


Top 10 Box Office Films

US Box Office Top 10

  1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

  2. The Good Dinosaur

  3. Creed

  4. SPECTRE

  5. The Peanuts Movie

  6. The Night Before

  7. Secret In Their Eyes

  8. Spotlight

  9. Brooklyn

  10. The Martian

 

UK Box Office Top 10

  1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

  2. The Good Dinosaur

  3. SPECTRE

  4. Bridges of Spies

  5. Black Mass

  6. The Lady in the Van

  7. Carol

  8. Tamasha

  9. Brooklyn

  10. Hotel Transylvania 2


Comment

Christmas with the Coopers looks like a lesser National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation but not as funny, so we here a popcorn movie towers are not keen on this weeks releases. There it’s been said, no Christmas presents for us!


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