The cinemas welcome a number of new titles to the offer this week. From horror to drama and new family films: there is something for everyone. The list below shows which films can be seen in cinemas from this week.
From Wednesday the Dutch family film is available Buoys! (2022) to be seen, just like animated film Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (2022). The rest of the films will appear on Thursday, including the Danish horror film Speak No Evil (2022) with Fedja van Huet. In addition, the romantic drama film Press Play (2022) premiere.
All new cinema films
Cinema times • ‘Buoys!’ takes place on board the cruise ship ‘Rederij de Romantiek’ (SS Rotterdam) where Captain Hartman (Cees Geel) wields the love scepter together with his lovely assistant Jitske (Klaasje Meijer). 5.8
Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (2022)
Cinema times • The cheerful dog Henk dreams of a life as a samurai in a country where cats rule. While all the cats mistrust him, Jimbo, once a great samurai, reluctantly takes Hank under his wing. 6.6
Kill It and Leave This Town (2020)
Movie Times • A man flees reality after losing his loved ones and retreats into his memories. 6.5 Cinema times • Nora, a 14-year-old silent observer, has always felt invisible. At parties, at school, by the pool and on visits. 6.4 Movie Times • For as long as they can remember, teenage sisters Marion, Claire and Louise have lived to the rhythm of their mother Alice (Ludivine Sagnier’s) showers: 5.7 Cinema times • Laura and Harrison have really found each other and share their passion for music. Harrison is killed in a fatal accident. 6.9 Cinema times • During a holiday in Tuscany, a Danish and Dutch family become friends. Months later, the Danes receive an invitation to visit the Dutch, whereupon they decide to head in that direction. Cinema times • A truth-inspired story about 12-year-old Rotterdammers Dylan and Youssef, who dream of becoming a professional football player. 6.5 Cinema times • After his wife dies, widower Tom uses his free bus pass to travel across the UK, from John O’Groats in Scotland to Land’s End in Cornwall, their joint birthplace.
All cinema times of films that can be seen in the Netherlands can be found in our cinema agenda! Or view here which films will soon be released in cinemas.
Image: Still ‘Speak No Evil’ via Filmdepot / Erik Molberg