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5 movies to watch this week (27 Aug 2015)

By inSing EditorMovies - 26 August 2015 12:00 AM | Updated 4:01 PM

5 movies to watch this week (27 Aug 2015)


For fans of: Music documentaries like ‘Montage of Heck’ (2015) and ‘Marley’ (2012)

Amy Winehouse documentary from the director of 2010's brilliant ‘Senna’. The story of one of England’s defining singers is told through interviews with family members, close friends and Winehouse herself.  The filmmakers have also been given access to the never-before-seen archival footage.

The filmmakers promise an "insightful portrait [that] will focus on the music of Amy Winehouse – the driving force of an incredible talent whose tragic loss was felt deeply by the music industry and music lovers around the world.” 

Inside Out

For fans of: Pixar movies like ‘Toy Story’ (1995) and ‘WALL-E’ (2008) 

From Disney/Pixar and the director of ‘Up’, comes a major emotion picture. ‘Inside Out’ is set inside a little girl's head where five emotions - Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear and Sadness - try to guide her through life. 

Eleven-year-old Riley is your typical boisterous kid, but the anthropomorphic emotions that keep things ticking in the control room of her mind have their work cut out for them when her family uproots itself and moves cross-country to San Francisco.

Things take an even more complex turn when Joy (Amy Poehler) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) find themselves stranded far across the vast terrain of Riley's mind and have to return before her imbalanced emotions make an irreversible impact.

The Gallows

For fans of: ‘As Above, So Below’ (2014) and ‘Ouija’ (2014) 

Terror consumes a small American town plagued with a tragic event: a school play that resulted in death. 20 years on, a group of students attempt to honour the stage production, only to trigger something sinister, and very scary.

Woman In Gold

For fans of: ‘Big Eyes’ (2014) and ‘Rush’ (2013)

Ryan Reynolds, Katie Holmes, Daniel Brühl and Oscar-winner Helen Mirren star in this true legal drama centred on Holocaust refugee Maria Altman (Mirren).

Altman took the Austrian government to court in order to secure artworks - works by symbolist painter Gustav Klimt - that belonged to her family but were stolen by the Nazis in World War II.

No Escape

For fans of: ‘Only God Forgives’ (2013) and ‘The Impossible‘ (2012)

Pierce Brosnan, Owen Wilson and Lake Bell star in this thriller about an American family caught overseas the moment a coup occurs. 

With foreigners being executed on sight, the family frantically attempt to escape the chaos.