Anna Souroullas takes a look at the latest blockbusters, ready-to-stream films, Netflix exclusives and DVD releases
12th March Director: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
Starring: Tom Holland, Ciara Brava, Jack Reynor, Michael Rispoli, Jeff Wahlberg and Forrest Goodluck
Based on the debut novel of Nico Walker, viewers join the film as a young boy drops out of college to enlist in the US army. Now an army medic, he returns home from his time in the Middle East and as post-traumatic stress disorder begins to seep into his life, he begins to dig himself deeper into the world of drugs, developing an opioid addiction. His addiction progresses, as he commits crimes to feed it. Will he continue to spiral further into the abyss, or will he turn his life around?
Release Date: 12th March
Director: Ari Aster
Starring: Jenna Ortega, Jennifer Garner, June Diane Raphael, Edgar Ramirez, Ava Allan, Megan Stott, Leonardo Nam, Greg Cromer, James Kyson and K C Clyde
Based on the novel by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld, Yes Day follows Allison and Carlos Torres as they decide to grant their children a day like never before. For 24 hours their children get to make the rules. All they can do is say yes to their requests and eradicate no from their vocabulary. Little did they know of what LA adventures would lie ahead for them. An hour and a half of unexpected twists and a whole lot of family bonding. Will you give into your children with a yes day?
Release Date: 9th March
Director: Stanley Tong
Starring: Jackie Chan, Yang Yang, Lun Ai, Miya Muqi, Ruohan Xu, Jackson Lou, Eyad Hourani and Zhengting Zhu
In this action-comedy film, we act as witness to the forging of an unforgettable partnership. An accountant coerced into a contract with the leader of a terrorist organisation: Brothers of Vengeance. The situation swiftly spirals out of control, leaving one last hope for survival: Vanguard. Surviving as a target of the world’s deadliest mercenary organisation is no small feat. Will this covert security company save the life of a man trapped by terror?