This week’s new cinema releases

TITLE: X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE � PERS: JACKMAN, HUGH � YEAR: 2009 � DIR: HOOD, GAVIN � REF: XME066AA � CREDIT: [ THE KOBAL COLLECTION / MARVEL/20TH CENTURY FOX ]
TITLE: X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE � PERS: JACKMAN, HUGH � YEAR: 2009 � DIR: HOOD, GAVIN � REF: XME066AA � CREDIT: [ THE KOBAL COLLECTION / MARVEL/20TH CENTURY FOX ]

The Wolverine

The Wolverine, based on Frank Miller’s 1982 comic series, finds Logan in Japan, as he comes to engage with a mysterious figure from his past.

Vulnerable for the first time, Logan is pushed to the limit, facing off against lethal samurai and struggling with the turmoil surrounding his own immortality in a battle that will have lasting consequences.

Romeo and Juliet

Another on-screen adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragic love story.

Everyone knows the story - star-crossed lovers from two enemy families must hide their forbidden love, with tragic consequences.

Hailee Steinfeld, Douglas Booth and Paul Giamatti star.

Springsteen and I

Documentary exploring Bruce Springsteen and the impact he has had on his fans all over the world, the film includes many loved songs and unseen archival performances, over his 40 year (and counting) span as an artist.

Blackfish

Using never-before-seen footage and interviews with trainers and experts, we delve into the psychological turmoil Orcas go through when they are captured in the wild and then held in captivity.

The Killer Whale Tilikum has been responsible for the deaths of three trainers, including Dawn Brancheau at San Diego’s Sea World in 2010.

This case was discredited as a horrific accident and a mistake of the trainer’s own doing and was thus covered up.

Must we rethink our relationship with nature?

Look out for more new releases next week.