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Jake Gyllenhaal (left) and Hugh Jackman star in 'Prisoners'.
Malavita – Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer play husband and wife who enter the witness protection programme with their two children. De Niro’s character was part of a notorious mafia clan; but he and his family have a small problem letting go of their old way of life. Directed by Luc Besson, the film co-stars Dianna Agron and Tommy Lee Jones.
2 Guns – Two undercover officers from different departments try to infiltrate a drug cartel. Things go bad and they find themselves having no choice but to team up. Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg head the cast.
Prisoners – Fathers Keller Dover and Franklin Birch decide to go down a path they cannot return from after their daughters go missing and the detective-in-charge is unable to find them. Starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Paul Dano and Melissa Leo.
My Lucky Star – Wang Leehom and Zhang Ziyi lead the cast list in this romantic comedy. Directed by Dennie Gordon (apparently the first American woman to direct a feature for the China market), the film revolves around an adventure that takes place in Beijing, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau. Of course, there’s romance too.
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