Cairo is back on track with their movies, but it’s heartbreaking as everything is coming to an end. Indeed, in 2019 we said goodbye to The Avengers, The Night Watch, and The Skywalkers; this week brings the last incarnation of X-Men.
What’s it about? During a rescue mission in space, Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) is nearly killed when she is hit by a mysterious force. This force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable. With Jean spiralling out of control and hurting the ones she loves most; she begins to unravel the very fabric that holds the X-Men together.
The good: The movie seems to be filled with real-life action and scenes that will boost your heartbeat, and spike your adrenaline.
The bad: The movie has all the dots, but people may fail to connect them in a way that would help the film make more sense.
What’s it about? A child from another world, Brandon Breyer (Jackson A. Dunn) crashes to Earth with Superman-like powers. Breyer is different from the typical hero, and starts acting selfishly, and shows no remorse.
The good: Jump scares and creeps are everywhere to be found in this film.
The bad: The movie does not seem very novel or creative.
What’s it about? The second part of this movie follows the 2016 summer blockbuster and explores the adventures undertaken by pets while their owners are at school or work. The voices of the characters are provided by Kevin Hart, Harrison Ford, and Patton Oswalt.
The good: Illumination Entertainment has done nothing but prove that they are masters when it comes to delivering dazzling and attention-grabbing stories for young children.
The bad: The movie may fail at entertaining parents and adults.
To find out where and when you can catch these films, check out the Cairo 360 Cinema Guide.