Movie listings: all the premiere films this week (April 1-3)

What a weekend of premieres is presented in the world of who. As every seven days, the dark rooms are gradually taking center stage after two fateful years due to the pandemic, but this first weekend of April we have several proper names, such as Morbius from Sony Pictures or Sonic 2: The Movie, from Paramount Pictures. As we do at FreeGameTips every week, we are going to review this weekend’s premiere movies (from April 1 to 3) in cinemas throughout Spain.

List of premieres:

  • Morbius
  • Sonic 2: The Movie
  • Scoundrels
  • Mass
  • trapped in the dark
  • Love me
  • to Chiara
  • The Beatles and India

Morbius

  • Duration: 109 minutes.
  • Direction: Daniel Espinosa

Synopsis: Doctor Michael Morbius (Jared Leto) is a biochemist who suffers from a rare blood disease. In his search for a cure that can save his life and the lives of others, a disorder infects him and makes him keep a fight between good and evil. Marvel’s vampire hits the big screen and is part of Sony’s new Spider-Man Universe. Will he have lived up to expectations?

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Sonic 2: The Movie

  • Duration: 122 minutes.
  • Direction: Jeff Fowler.

Synopsis: After the success of the first part, SEGA’s blue hedgehog returns to theaters with a sequel with many new features and recognizable faces compared to the original, starting with the new sidekick of the villain Robotnik, Knuckles, who is looking for an emerald. with the power to destroy civilizations. You have to stop them.

Scoundrels

  • Duration: 96 minutes.
  • Direction: Daniel Guzmán.

Synopsis: Daniel Guzman directs and stars in this dramatic comedy in which three scoundrels, Joaquín, Luisma and Brujo, meet after twenty years and with lives very different from those of yesteryear. Trouble, search for money at any price… An adventure in which, desperately, they will want to solve Joaquín’s misery problems; although things will not go well, let’s say.

Mass

  • Duration: 110 minutes.
  • Direction: Fran Kranz.

Synopsis: Critically acclaimed American drama, including a BAFTA Award nomination for Ann Dowd for Best Supporting Actress. Years after the son of Richard (Reed Birney) and Linda (Ann Dowd) had a huge problem, Jay (Jason Isaacs) and Gail (Martha Plimpton) try to move on with their lives. The best rated of the week.

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trapped in the dark

  • Duration: 93 minutes.
  • Address: New Zealand.

Synopsis: This horror thriller about kidnappings and disappearances puts us in the shoes of Alan and Jill, who suddenly stop their vehicle in the middle of the New Zealand wilderness to enjoy the scenery. However, two homeless people show up and kidnap the family. The following is part of the movie. Intrigue from the start.

Love me

  • Duration: 112 minutes.
  • Direction: Leonardo Brzezicki.

Synopsis: Argentine film about homosexuality, a family drama. Santiago is fatal emotionally, his personal life goes in circles. A really devastating summer will make him experience a turning point in his life and in that of Laila, his teenage daughter. Great performance by Leonardo Sbaraglia, awarded at the Malaga Festival.

to Chiara

  • Duration: 121 minutes.
  • Direction: Jonas Carpignano.

Synopsis: From Italy comes this family drama awarded at the Seville Festival for its direction. A family and their friends gather to celebrate the eighteenth birthday of the eldest daughter of one of the couples. For some reason, Claudio, the girl’s father, disappears. Chiara will start to investigate what is going on.

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The Beatles and India

  • Duration: 96 minutes.
  • Direction: Ajoy Bose and Peter Compton.

Synopsis: The unforgettable British band returns to theaters with a biographical documentary about the band. Pure music in the form of a historical chronicle about the sentimental history between The Beatles and India. Archive images, photographs and scenes with testimonies of the protagonists. A journey led by George, John, Paul and Ringo rated as “interesting” and “surprising” by critics.