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Silverbird Cinema, Accra Mall (0302 823 270, www.silverbirdghana.com)


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Belle

  • Rated as: 3/5

Sometimes you find yourself wishing for an alternative version of the film unfolding before your eyes. ‘Belle’ is a good-looking and exceedingly polite film where perhaps a more complex one with less good manners would have been better. It’s

If I Stay

  • Rated as: 3/5

First love always feels like a matter of life and death. But it really is for Portland teenager Mia (Chloë Moretz, Hit Girl in ‘Kick-Ass’) in this adaptation of Gayle Forman’s bestselling young-adult novel. We find the budding classical

Into the Storm

  • Rated as: 2/5

A simple tornado just isn’t enough for the modern disaster movie. They’re just not sufficiently scary unless a) there are also sharks involved or b) there are loads of them. Wisely (if hardly scientifically), this shakycam screamer adopts the

Chef

  • Rated as: 4/5

Carl Casper (writer-director Jon Favreau) is stuck in a rut. Ten years into his plum post at a high-end LA restaurant, the onetime Miami food wunderkind has taken to passionless, crowd-baiting cooking, hamstrung by his seat-filling boss (Dustin

Think Like a Man Too

  • Rated as: 4/5

Director Tim Story returns with much of the cast of 2012’s 'Think Like a Man' for a sequel that’s stronger than the original. The setting is Las Vegas, where Cedric (Kevin Hart), Kristen (Gabrielle Union), Lauren (Taraji P. Henson) and others

Let's Be Cops

  • Rated as: 1/5

You’d think the gun-happy American police would have enough PR problems at the moment without having to contend with lame portrayals in aggressively unfunny comedies. The shoddy ‘Let’s Be Cops’ is a skit-length idea stretched beyond snapping

Planes: Fire & Rescue

  • Rated as: 1/5

Displaying a weird lack of memorable or endearing characters, this animated effort feels more like a direct-to-video job from the 1990s than a fully fledged John Lasseter-exec-produced theatrical release. After 'Frozen', it’s a huge step back for

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