This week’s movie collection is one of the best we’ve seen this summer. Horror, action, animation, and drama; we have something for every taste. Here’s what’s new in Cairo cinemas this week.
No Time to Die
Daniel Craig’s final James Bond movie is finally released. Despite being the farewell to one of the best 007s ever, the film doesn’t disappoint. After being retired for a while, James is dragged back into action when his old CIA friend, Felix, asks him to save a missing scientist. This quest sets Bond on a collision course with a mysterious villain with new, advanced technologies.
Every Breath You Take
The life of Philip (Casey Affleck), a successful psychiatrist, is thrown into jeopardy when one of his patients commits suicide. Soon after the patient’s death, her brother, James (Sam Claflin), shows up on his doorstep, and Philip’s wife (Michelle Monaghan) invites James to dinner. Little do they know that this visit will change their lives forever.
Don’t Breathe 2
The sequel to the movie that left us all shocked has finally arrived in cinemas. Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang) adopts a girl that was orphaned from a house fire and goes to live a peaceful life in an isolated cabin away from everyone. But everything changes when a group of kidnappers drag Norman from his isolation by kidnapping the little girl.
After We Fell
As Tessa prepares to start a new chapter in her life after getting her dream job in Seattle, she’s shocked when her boyfriend Hardin starts being jealous and unpredictable. The situation gets even more complicated when Tessa’s father returns, bringing shattering revelations about Hardin’s family. Tessa and Hardin must then decide if their relationship is worth fighting for.
A dangerous hitman (Anson Mount) is tasked with a tough mission by his mentor (Academy award winner Anthony Hopkins). The hitman is only given the place and a time where the target will be, and an ambiguous clue to identify the target.
The Addams Family 2
Everyone’s favourite ’90s movie is back in cinemas, this time as an animated version. The family move into an asylum in New Jersey for a fresh start and to raise their kids. They chose a house surrounded by a marsh and covered by fog so that no one can bother them. All this changes when a businessman tries to build a community centre where the family live.
Midnight in the Switchgrass
A movie about Texas’ most notorious serial killer, the “Truck Stop Killer”. FBI agent Byron (Emile Hirsch) and his partner, Rebecca (Megan Fox), try their best to catch the serial killer. But when their efforts go in vain, they team up with Karl (Bruce Willis), a ranger that has been working on this case for a long time. Events take a dark turn when the man they’re hunting abducts Rebecca, putting them in a race against time to save her.