Movie Billboard: All Movies Releasing This Week (25-28 August)

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Movie Billboard: All Movies Releasing This Week (25-28 August)

Friday is a day to smile. They stand for the weekend, rest, freedom… and new movies! This week, the world of cinema devotes itself to the new animated film “Ninja Turtles”, with a stylistic successor to Spiderverse, and welcomes the directorial debuts of Mario Casas and Itsaso Arana, two Spanish film stars who also want to take the reins the cameras. We’ll be giving a quick rundown of everything releasing August 25-28.

  • Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
  • My loneliness has wings
  • Don’t be afraid (spider web)
  • The girls are fine
  • Harold’s journey
  • high up
  • A summer with Fifi
  • a huge adventure
  • Dogs and Italians are not allowed

Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem

  • Directors: Jeff Rowe and Kyler Spears
  • Guionists: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Dan Hernandez, Benji Samit and Jeff Rowe
  • Duration: 99 minutes
  • Genre: Animation, Action and Adventure

After years of being cut off from the human world, the Turtle brothers set out to win the hearts of New Yorkers and make them accept them as normal teenagers through acts of heroism. Their friend April O’Neil helps them take on a mysterious crime syndicate, but they are soon defeated when an army of mutants descends on them.

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My loneliness has wings

  • Directed by Mario Casas
  • Screenwriters: Mario Casas and Deborah François
  • Duration: 102 minutes
  • Genre: Teen Drama

In a humble neighborhood on the outskirts of Barcelona, ​​Dan (Óscar Casas) and his two friends, Vio (Candela González) and Reno (Farid Bechara), live between parties and beat-up jewelry stores without thinking about tomorrow. Beneath his petty criminal looks, Dan hides a talented artist and a different sensitivity to the world around him. The reappearance of his father after his release from prison awakens Dan’s old demons and plunges him into a spiral of violence that forces him to flee and tests the friendship between the three friends.

Don’t be afraid (spider web)

  • Director: Samuel Bodin
  • Screenwriter: Chris Thomas Devlin
  • Duration: 88 minutes
  • Genre: Horror

Eight-year-old Peter is plagued by a mysterious knocking on the inside wall of his bedroom. Her parents insist that they only exist in their imaginations. As Peter’s anxiety mounts, he begins to believe his parents may be hiding a terrible and dangerous secret… What’s scarier for a child than not trusting their family?

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The girls are fine

  • Directed by Itsaso Arana
  • Screenwriter: Itsaso Arana
  • Duration: 85 minutes
  • Genre: Drama

A summer fairy tale about the coexistence of four actresses and a writer who are isolated from the world and rehearse a play in an old mill. It’s the story of a spell. Featuring princesses, frogs, rivers, letters and even an unsuspecting prince. During these rehearsal days, the girls will get to know and compete against the materials presented in the work, and they will bring their own experiences around the themes of their characters; Love, beauty, orphanage, faith, friendship, drama, death.

Harold’s journey

  • Director: Hettie Macdonald
  • Screenwriter: Rachel Joyce
  • Duration: 108 minutes
  • Genre: Drama

One morning Harold Fry leaves the house to put a letter in the mailbox. Recently retired, Harold is replying to a letter from an old friend and colleague who, after almost twenty years of silence, has just informed him that she is being admitted to a hospital about to die. As Harold prepares to mail the letter, a sudden impulse compels him to take the message himself on an impromptu walk from one end of the country to the other.

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High up

  • Directed by Hong Sang-soo
  • Guionist: Hong Sang-soo
  • Duration: 97 minutes
  • Genre: Drama

A middle-aged film director visits a building owned by an interior designer with his daughter, whom he has not seen in years. You are there because your daughter wants to study it. The designer will show you, floor by floor, the reforms she has carried out. The three of them go to the rooms on each floor to take a look. The film starts like this and then we start again from the bottom and go up floor by floor.

A summer with Fifi

  • Directors: Jeanne Aslan and Paul Saintillan
  • Guionists: Jeanne Aslan, Agnès Feuvre and Paul Saintillan
  • Duration: 105 minutes
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy

Nancy, eastern France. Summer. Sophie, a 15-year-old girl, tries to escape her troubled home environment and uses the opportunity to get hold of a bunch of keys to her wealthy friend Jade’s house. While enjoying the spacious house, which she thought would be empty in the summer, she runs into her friend’s older brother, Stéphane, who through a twist of fate was also planning to stay. But instead of throwing her out, Stéphane decides to leave the door open and invite Sophie over for an unexpected summer.

A huge adventure

  • Director: Eduardo Schuldt
  • Screenwriters: Sandro Ventura and Eduardo Schuldt
  • Duration: 80 minutes
  • Genre: Animation, Adventure

It tells the story of Sebastián, Sophia and little Wawa, who embark on an unexpected and extraordinary journey that will take them to an unknown world inspired by the Nazca culture.

Dogs and Italians are not allowed

  • Directed by Alain Ughetto
  • Screenwriters: Alexis Galmot, Anne Paschetta and Alain Ughetto
  • Duration: 70 minutes
  • Genre: Animation, Drama

Early 20th century, in the Ughetto family’s hometown, Ughettera, northern Italy. Life in the region had become very difficult and the Ughettos dreamed of a better life abroad. The legend tells how Luigi Ughetto crossed the Alps and started a new life in France, changing the fate of his beloved family forever. His grandson tells his story.

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