Which films are new in the cinema from this week


The titles below can be viewed in cinemas from today. You can of course use our cinema agenda for times and reservations.

C’mon C’mon (2021)


Direction: Mike Mills | cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Gaby Hoffmann, Woody Norman, Scoot McNairyThe life of radio journalist Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix) is pretty carefree, until his sister Viv asks him to babysit her 9-year-old son Jesse while she has to take care of his father. When Johnny takes his nephew under his wing on a road trip from Los Angeles to New York and New Orleans, Johnny emerges as a true surrogate father, with all the fears and wonder that comes with fatherhood, and a unique bond is slowly formed between the two. two.

Read the review of C’mon C’mon written by Ruud Vos –

Watch the trailer of C’mon C’mon

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022)


Direction: Jeff Fowler | cast: Ben Schwartz, Idris Elba, Colleen O’Shaughnessey, Jim Carrey

Ever since Sonic lives in Green Hills, he’s been eager to show that he’s a true hero. And he gets that chance when Dr. Robotnik returns, who with his new partner Knuckles searches for an emerald with all-destroying power. Together with his own sidekick Tails, Sonic travels the world to find the emerald before it falls into the wrong hands. Watch the trailer of Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Studio 666 (2022)


Direction: BJ McDonnell | cast: David Grohl, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Taylor Hawkins

In ‘Studio 666’ the Foo Fighters move into a house in Encino to record their long-awaited tenth album. But the house turns out to have a dark rock and roll past and Dave Grohl finds himself embroiled in a battle with supernatural forces that threaten not only the creation of the album, but also the lives of the band members.

Initiation (2020)


Direction: John Berardo | cast: Isabella Gomez, Lindsay LaVanchy, Froy Gutierrez, James Berardo

During Whiton University’s introductory week, a group of students’ carefree partying comes to an abrupt end when one of the students is murdered. The murder unleashes a deluge of sinister social media posts. Meanwhile, the killer moves on to his next victim, one student after another being gruesomely murdered. The students and the police are forced to find the killer as soon as possible. Watch the trailer of Initiation

Goodbye Monsieur Haffmann (2021)


Direction: Fred Cavaye | cast: Daniel Auteuil, Gilles Lellouche, Sara Giraudeau, Nikolai Kinski

‘Adieu Monsieur Haffmann’ tells the story of a Jewish jeweler who is forced to hand over his shop to his employee due to the war. The relationship with his co-worker and his wife changes dramatically when the German occupation forces the jeweler to hide in the basement of his own shop.

Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie (2021)


Direction: Seong-Hu Park | cast: Chinatsu Akasaki, Aya Endô, Kana Hanazawa, Show Hayami

They were both still children when Orimoto Rika died in a traffic accident right in front of her close friend Okkotsu Yuta. “It’s a promise. When we’re both grown up, we’ll get married.” Rika became a ghost and Okkotsu longed for his own death after suffering under her curse, but the greatest Jujutsu wizard, Gojo Satoru, welcomed him to Jujutsu High. There, Okkotsu meets his classmates, Zen’in Maki, Inumaki Toge, and Panda, and eventually finds his own determination….

The Lost Leonardo (2021)


Direction: Andreas Koefoed | cast: Martin Kemp, Robert K. Wittman, Doug Patteson, Dianne Dwyer Modestinic

In 2005, an oil painting panel depicting Christ caught the attention of two art dealers. They believe they can see the hand of a master behind the sloppy restoration. They buy the work for $1,157. It will be worth $450 million in 12 years. The most expensive painting ever sold. The Lost Leonardo by Danish filmmaker Andreas Koefoed tells the unlikely story behind the Salvator Mundi, a long-lost painting believed to be the work of Leonardo da Vinci.

Read the review of The Lost Leonardo written by Tom van der Krieke –

Writing with Fire (2021)


Direction: Sushmit Ghosh, Rintu Thomas | cast: Meera Devi, Shyamkali Devi, Suneeta Prajapati

Writing with Fire, the story follows the women of Khabar Lahariya, the only news platform in all of India run entirely by women from the former Dalit, the lowest caste in the country. In a news landscape completely dominated by elite men, Editor-in-Chief Meera and her tight-knit team of journalists – armed only with their smartphones – are breaking convention, both on the front lines and within the confines of their own homes.

Read the review of Writing with Fire written by Tom van der Krieke –

The Man with the Answers (2021)


Direction: Stelios Kammitsis | cast: Vasilis Magouliotis, Anton Weil, Stella Fyrogeni, Marc Pistono

The Greek Victor meets the free-spirited German Matthias on the ferry to Bari. Together they continue their road trip to Bavaria, where Victor’s mother lives, and discover each other’s attractions as apparent opposites.

Read the review of The Man with the Answers written by Jacoline Maes –

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