Blood Father Movie

Mel Gibson makes a welcome acting return in Blood Father, where he plays an ex-con trying to save his daughter from a murderous drugs cartel.
 
Ex-con Link (Mel Gibson) lives a quiet life in the Californian desert, making his living from a makeshift tattoo parlour he runs from his trailer. But his peaceful existence is threatened when his 16-year-old daughter, Lydia (Erin Moriarty), turns up. A drugs cartel is on her tail after she shot kingpin boyfriend, Jonah (Diego Luna). Now Link must defend his daughter from the violent gang, evading his parole to keep his daughter alive.
 
Mel Gibson storms back on to the big screen for his first role in five years in Jean-François Richet’s (Assault on Precinct 13) violent thriller. Richet’s film has been compared to Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s movies, while critics have praised Gibson’s performance as a career best.
Blood Father

The Infiltrator

The Infiltrator Movie is now available to watch in UK cinemas.
 
Bryan Cranston stars as an undercover agent in this heart-pounding true-life 'war on drugs' thriller. 
 
It's 1986, and US Special Customs Agent Robert Mazur (Bryan Cranston) has a brainwave. Rather than pursuing the mountains of cocaine being smuggled into the US, it makes more sense to follow the proceeds back to the druglords. So he goes undercover as a flamboyant, high-living money-laundering businessman named 'Bob Musella'. With rookie Kathy Ertz (Diane Kruger) posing as his fiancee, Mazur eventually succeeds in befriending Roberto Alcaino (Benjamin Bratt), trusted lieutenant of the kingpin behind the world's most notorious drugs cartel: Pablo Escobar. But this is a highly dangerous game. If they arouse the slightest suspicion or make one false move, it will mean instant death. 
 
'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston gives a commanding performance in this palm-moistening, thrill-packed drama that re-unites him with 'The Lincoln Lawyer' director Brad Furman. It's adapted from Robert Mazur's autobiography.
The Infiltrator

War On Everone

War On Everyone
 
New Mexico's baddest, most corrupt buddy cops bite off more than they can chew in this pitch-black comedy.
 
Albuquerque police detectives Bob Bolano (Michael Pena) and Terry Monroe (Alexander Skarsgard) are quite possibly the worst cops ever to disgrace a uniform. They guzzle booze and hoover drugs on duty, blackmail criminals, disrespect authority and don't even bother paying lip service to the notion of policing. Now they've got wind of a bank heist that's being set up by a deviant English aristocrat (Theo James) and his dandyish sidekick (Caleb Landry Jones). Naturally, our anti-heroes decide to let the crime go ahead and help themselves to the proceeds. But things don't go entirely according to plan. 
 
This outrageously funny first American film by John Michael McDonagh, acclaimed writer/director of 'The Guard' and 'Calvary', is packed with rapid-fire quips, scandalous behaviour, very dark satire, knowingly retro 1970s cool, and lashings of Glen Campbell on the soundtrack.
War On Everyone

Hell Or High Water

Hell Or High Water (at UK cinemas now)
Chris Pine and Ben Foster play two brothers on the run from the law in this gripping drama. 
 
Toby (Chris Pine, Star Trek) is a divorced father who only wants a better life for his kids. With both him and his ex-convict brother, Tanner (Ben Foster, 3:10 to Yuma) facing the foreclosure of their mother’s West Texas farm, they decide to take justice into their own hands by robbing the bank they believe robbed them. But after the robbery they find they have two West Texas rangers (Gil Birmingham and Jeff Bridges) on their trail... 
 
This modern Western is directed by British director David Mackenzie (Starred Up) and has been lovebombed by American critics. Variety called it “a thrillingly good movie – a crackerjack drama of crime, fear, and brotherly love set in a sun-roasted, deceptively sleepy West Texas that feels completely exotic for being so authentic,” while The Playlist described it as “if No Country for Old Men were remade as a heist movie.” 
Hell Or High Water

Seattle's Flying Theater

Washington State has a new attraction....Wings Over Washington - Seattle's Flying Theater
 
AN AERIAL ADVENTURE
Take a ride in the state-of-the-art "flying theater" that will transport you on an aerial adventure above one of America’s most scenic and beautiful states, Washington.
 
Wings over Washington is currently the most state-of-the-art theater in the world using 5K cameras; innovative art laser projection; drones for image capture; MUSHROOM VR™, and a ground-breaking surround sound system.
 
Once you are strapped into your theater seat, you will experience an amazing journey as a "spirit eagle" swepts you upward into flight across the state of Washington. 
 
You will see amazing sights as you dive down the seaside cliffs through the morning mists of the Olympic National Forest and Mt. Rainier to the San Juan Islands and on to the spectacular beauty of the Cascades and the awe-inspiring Snoqualmie Falls to the wild whitewater of the Tieton River and the kaleidoscopic wonder of the Walla Walla Valley Balloon Stampede then back to Elliot Bay to bank around the Seattle Great Wheel as a sensational fireworks display begins and then slowly landing back to where the journey all began.
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