Hope you’re having a fantastic week? Well, we must acknowledge that things don’t always turn out as we plan or hope but our ability to make the best out of every situation is what determines how fast we can learn, grow, and move on. That, of course, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t put in our very best all the time and hope for the best, right? Some things may change, but like some people say “there’s always a silver lining in every dark cloud”, so it’ll be in our best interest to focus on our silver lining this week.
Over to this week’s movies: topping the list is “Black Swan”, starring Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis. A Drama/Mystery/Thriller about the production of Swan Lake ballet by a prestigious New York City company, that required a ballerina to play both the innocent white swan and the sensual black swan. One dancer was forced to explore her dark sides to perfectly portray the both roles. For her role in the movie, Natalie Portman took home this year’s Oscar for Best Actress in a leading role. That, alone, is good enough reason to book a seat for this movie.
Also, showing this week is “The Roommate”, a thriller about a college student who finds out that her roommate has an obsession with her that quickly turns violent, starring Minka Kelly, Leighton Meester and Cam Gigandet. Lastly, is a comedy starring Owen Wilson, Jenna Fisher and Christina Applegate, about two best friends who have been married for years. When their wives notice their restlessness, they decide to grant them a “Hall Pass” (one week of freedom to do whatever they wanted without consequences), but not long after, the guys realised that they were completely out of sync with reality.
In addition to these new movies, still showing are Unknown and Love and other Drugs. It may interest you to know that “Mars needs Moms” still rates very high at the box office, so if you happen to be in Lagos this week, here’s another opportunity for you to avail your entire family of the luxury of seeing it in 3D.
So, whatever the case may be, however the week is going, everyone needs a little relaxation time as often as possible and it remains our pleasure to offer you that and so much more. We cannot thank you guys enough for complying to the cinema rules of turning off the volume on your mobile phones while in the screen, so that other guests can also enjoy the movie as much as you. We really appreciate your effort and will continue to ensure that each time you visit, your experience will be unique and special, because your comfort remains our priority. Have a great week guys.