This week’s cinema releases reviewed: from Sing Your Song to The Innkeepers

Also out this weekend: A Fantastic Fear of Everything, Casa de mi Padre, Ill Manors, Passport to Pimlico and Red Tails

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There are a wide range of new releases out this weekend including classics, comedies and a documentary. Here’s a guide to which films are worth seeing at the cinema and those you might be best to wait for on the telly. Click on the links below for full reviews, star ratings and clips of the films…

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FILM OF THE WEEK

Sing Your Song

The life of musician, actor and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte is documented in this week’s highest rated release…

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ALSO OUT THIS WEEK

A Fantastic Fear of Everything

Debut film for writer and director Crispian Mills and co-director Chris Hopewell leaves much to be desired from main character, Jack, who has an extreme case of paranoia…

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Casa de mi Padre

Will Ferrell speaks Spanish for 84 minutes in this comedy that mocks classic westerns, created by Saturday Night Live alumni Matt Piedmont (director) and Andrew Steele (writer)…

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Ill Manors

Rapper Ben Drew, known as Plan B, presents an inside look at the dark side of east London with an exceptional cast including Riz Ahmed and Ed Skrein…

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Passport to Pimlico

London residents redraw the country’s boundaries in this black and white film that is back in theatres to celebrate all things British…

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Red Tails

Director Anthony Hemingway and executive producer George Lucas recreate the high-intesity action of the first all-black fighter squad, the Tuskegee Airmen…

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The Innkeepers

A slightly amateur horror film involves a haunted hotel, surprisingly good dialogue and Top Gun’s Kelly McGillis…

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