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The Shack

Adapted from William P. Young’s 2007 bestseller, this 132-minute-long piece of moral exploitation follows Mack Phillips (Avatar’s Sam Worthington, objectionably serious in an especially gruff voice), an outdoorsy, church-going Midwesterner. He’s happily married to the wholesome Nan (Radha Mitchell) with three beautiful kids. But after a tragedy claims the life of his youngest daughter, Mack falls into depression and a deep crisis of faith, until a mysterious note appears in his mailbox, inviting him to the shack linked to his child’s murder.

 In cinemas: 20 April

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From a House on Willow Street

Desperate criminals abduct a young woman (Carlyn Burchell) from a wealthy family and hold her for ransom. What the gang doesn't realize is that her soul is possessed by a demonic force that's about to turn the tables on them.

In cinemas: 20 April

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Bitter Harvest

Max Irons plays a gifted young painter separated from his childhood sweetheart (Samantha Barks) after leaving the family farm to work in a factory in the capital Kiev. They play their parts earnestly as the movie lumbers on, but this forgotten chapter of history deserves to be better told.

 In cinemas: 20 April 

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Noor

This Bollywood film is based on the renowned novel Karachi, You're Killing Me! by the Pakistani author Saba Imtiaz. The movie follows the journey of a journalist-writer Noor through her career and romance in Mumbai. 

In cinemas: 21 April

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Khem-Talu-Lek (Steel Piercing Needles)

Khem-Talu-Lek (Steel Piercing Needles)

Thai action film set in the forest, aiming to drive people to conserve the forest and one of the most endangered species, elephant.

In cinemas: 20 April

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Kamen Rider 2017

Kamen Rider 2017

Five masked riders reunite again to stop the invasion of Pac-man game viruses that is spreading to the real world.

In cinemas: 20 April

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of a famous Japanese manga series Yu-Gi-Oh!, the author and executive producer Kazuki Takahashi and director Satoshi Kuwabara turn it into the animated feature highlighting the massive duel between two main characters Yugi Mutou and Seto Kaiba.

In cinemas: 20 April

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