Daisy Wyatt
Aug 20, 2011

Friday box office

Check out the new movies in theatres today

Friday box office

Here’s a round up of some of the new movies in theatres this weekend:
 
Not a Love Story
 
Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, Not A Love Story is a dramatized reconstruction of the 2008 Neeraj Grover murder case, but with an added fictional ending. Varma uses dizzying camera angles, and the entire film is viewed through the viewpoint of the perpetrators.

Chatur Singh Two Star

Sanjay Dutt stars in this slapstick comedy about Chatur Singh 2 Star, an infamous member of the Mumbai Police Department. Despite being a lacklustre policeman, he is sent on a secret mission to South Africa where he ends up being the biggest liability.

Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande

In this action comedy a gang of four friends are given their dream job, but forced to go against their better judgment at the request of their boss, Fauji. Spun with regional political corruption, Fauji urges them to cheat an array of characters who get in their way in order to get to the top.

Bad Teacher

A foul-mouthed, gold-digging, alcoholic primary school teacher (Cameron Diaz) plans to leave her job with the financial help of her rich fiancé. However, after being dumped by her husband-to-be, she returns to teaching and begins to woo her colleague (Justin Timberlake).

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World 4D

 
Twins are forced to put aside their disregard for their Stepmother- who unbeknown to them is a retired spy, in order to help her put a stop the evil Timekeeper from world domination.

The Devil’s Double

 
Sadam Hussein’s son Uday Hussein (Dominic Cooper) summons ex-army lieutenant Latif Yahia (also played by Cooper) to be his body double. Despite Uday Hussein’s decadent and lazy public image, he transpires to be a power-hungry sadist and Latif tries to escape his enforcement.  

Fright Night 3D
 
In this high school vampire drama, school student Charley Brewster begins to suspect the actions of his new neighbour Jerry Dandrige (Colin Farrell). After sneaking into Jerry’s house, Charley witnesses him attacking and feeding on a young woman. Charley seeks the help of a Las Vegas magician to try and stop Jerry’s behaviour…

 

Source:
Campaign India

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