What about going to the cinema this weekend?

What about going to the cinema this weekend?

But there are many people that really like going to the cinema during this period, and that´s one of the reasons why the best movies are released now… What about enjoying it and take a look on the movies that are going to be released in Barcelona this weekend?

  • Brasserie Romantic (Comedy, Romantic): During Valentine´s Day, the tension is palpable in Brasserie Romantic, Pascaline´s and Angelo´s restaurant. As the night of Paul and Roos is rolling downhill, Walter tries to flirt with Sylvia, and just when the evening is in full swing, appears on the scene Frank, Pascaline´s former lover.
  • Fifty Shades of Grey (Erotic, Drama): Ana, the protagonist of the trilogy Fifty Shades, falls in love with a sleek and attractive billionaire, Christian Grey, with very demanding sexual preferences. Christian Grey maintains a sadomasochistic sexual relationship with the girl, who by contract must become a submissive perfect. Ana is willing to do anything for love, even to try to free Grey from his dark past.
  • The Signal (Thriller, Science Fiction): Nic (Brenton Thwaites), Haley (Olivia Cooke) and Jonah (Beau Knapp) are three university students who are considering their future. Haley moves over a year and her selfless boyfriend Nic, along with his friend Jonah, are helping with the move to the other side of the country. On the road trip they are drawn to an isolated area to the hands of a computer genius. They suddenly get drawn into a nightmare. 
  • Before I Go to Sleep (Thriller): The film, based on the novella by SJ Watson "Before I Go to Sleep", tells the story of a woman who wakes up every time without remembering what happened in the last twenty years. To keep your memories, she employs a day book that always carries and turns to her neurologist and her husband, but for some mysterious reason the last one do not inspire much confidence. Every day Christine must reconstruct her past, and as it approaches the truth, everything seems unlikely. 
  • Red Army (Documentary, Sport, Historical): Red Army delves into the history of the Soviet Union and most successful sports dynasty in history: the Hockey team known as The Red Army. From the perspective of its captain Slava Fetisov, the story chronicles his transformation from national hero to political enemy. From the USSR to Russia, the film examines how the sport is a reflection of social and cultural movements and draws a parallel between the rise and fall of the Red Army hockey and the Soviet Union.
  • Silvered Water- Syria Self-portrait (Documentary, War): In Syria, Youtubers film and die every day. While others kill and shoot. In Paris, encouraged by his unconditional love for Syria, the author could only film the sky and edit the images. The tension between his accommodation in France, his country and revolution, has emerged a meeting. Chatting with a young Kurdish filmmaker, he asked: "If you were in Homs with your camera, what would you shoot?". The film tells the story of the encounter. 

For you, who are a student, the proposal is even more tempting because you can buy the tickets with special rates! =)

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