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Yes it%26rsquo;s cold outside, that%26rsquo;s why God invented cinemas! If you%26rsquo;re already bored of the cold, or just bored, then get yourself in front of one of the awesome movies in cinemas right now! And with all that free time you%26rsquo;ll have once you%26rsquo;ve extricated yourself from obligatory family gatherings, there%26rsquo;ll be tons of time to enjoy a few! From riotous comedies such as Little Fockers and Gulliver%26rsquo;s Travels to action adventures galore, this season has it all. So get in the warm, get your popcorn and sit back to relish the big screen experience that only cinema can offer!
Here's three cinematic picks that we're looking forward to in the chilly months ahead:
Machete | Out 23 Nov
What started as a spoof advert in Robert Rodriguez%26rsquo;s and Quentin Tarantino%26rsquo;s 2007 movie Grindhouse has been given life! Ex-Federale, Machete Cortez (Danny Trejo) is betrayed by an organization who hired him and he launches a suitably brutal rampage of revenge. Tis %26ndash; after all %26ndash; the season to be jolly. The movie also features Steven Seagal, Robert De Niro, Jessica Alba and Lindsay Lohan!
The Warrior%26rsquo;s Way | Out 3 Dec
Possibly the most metal movie of the year, The Warrior%26rsquo;s Way is an upcoming fantasy action film starring South Korean actor Jang Dong-Gun and produced by Barrie Osborne who produced Lord of the Rings. An Asian warrior is forced to hide in a small town in the American badlands where he meets the town drunk and a hottie circus knife thrower. And there%26rsquo;s tons of fighting.
TRON: Legacy | Out 17 Dec
We%26rsquo;ve waited 28 years for a sequel to the awesome Tron, and here it is, breaking new ground in digital 3D, no less. Jeff %26lsquo;The Dude%26rsquo; Bridges is back as Kevin Flynn, and without wanting to ruin it, everyone%26rsquo;s dragged back into the digital universe where they have to fight their way free! The visuals are absolutely stunning and it is set to be one of the few sequels that upstages its predecessor!
Nov 22, 2010