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5 movies to watch this week (6 Oct 2016)

By inSing EditorMovies - 05 October 2016 12:00 AM

5 movies to watch this week (6 Oct 2016)

The Girl On The Train

For fans of: ‘Gone Girl’ (2014) and ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ (2011)

Emily Blunt leads this adaptation of Paula Hawkins' hit mystery novel, from the director of the Oscar-nominated ‘The Help’.

Still reeling from her divorce, Rachel (Blunt) gazes outside her train window each day, pausing to consider the lives of the seemingly perfect couple in a house where the commute regularly stops at. But one day, she witnesses something shocking that will lead her down a tangled web of lies, betrayals and murder.

Middle School: The Worst Years Of My Life

For fans of: ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ (2012) and ‘Juno’ (2007)

Comedy based on the first book in James Patterson's Middle School series. Quiet teenage artist Rafe is tired of having his creativity squashed by school and, in particular, Principal Dwight (Andrew Daly). So, with his best friend Leo, Rafe hatches a plan to break every rule in the school handbook and bring down the Principal.

Sausage Party

For fans of: ‘This Is The End’ (2013) and ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs’ (2013)

Animated comedy from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg - the writers behind 'Superbad', 'Pineapple Express' and 'This Is the End' - following a gang of supermarket foods who discover the horrible truth about their existence. Features the voice talents of Rogen, Kristen Wiig, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Salma Hayek, Edward Norton, Michael Cera and Danny McBride.

Tsukiji Wonderland

For fans of: ‘Jiro Dreams of Sushi’ (2011) and ‘Chef’s Table’ television series

Spend a day at Tokyo's Tsukiji Market, the biggest wholesale seafood market in the world, for a fascinating out-in-the-open view of the seafood business during the ramshackle 80-year-old complex's last year of operation.

Mission Milano

For fans of: ‘From Vegas to Macau III’ (2016) and ‘God of Gamblers’ (1989)

Directed by prolific HK director Wong Jing, ‘Mission Milano’ revolves around a wealthy entrepreneur (Huang Xiao Ming) who goes undercover to protect a new invention, which has the potential to end famine, from falling into the wrong hands. Andy Lau plays an Interpol inspector who is sent to help him.