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19/04/2013

3 Great movies for this weekend.

Do you have any plans for this weekend? Here are three recently released movies which you might want to check out.

1. Oblivion
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller  Time: 2 hours 04 Mins.
There have been many films set on an Earth depleted of humans, but few as visually enthralling as this one.
After what appear to be memory flashes of a previous life back in an early 21st century New York City on the part of Cruise's Jack Harper, he and his partner Vika wake up in 2077. It also affords unobstructed
views of what's been left behind after the catastrophe that saw the moon blown into pieces, which in turn resulted in earthly ruin and a subsequent evacuation of survivors to Saturn's planet Titan.

2. Tyler Perry's Temptation.
Drama, Romance Time: I hour 51 mins
A cautionary tale about adultery, it depicts the marital crisis of Judith, who works as the “in-house therapist” for an upscale matchmaking agency. Married to her childhood sweetheart Brice, a druggist whose modest lifelong dream is to someday own his own pharmacy, she finds herself increasingly unhappy over such transgressions as his forgetting her birthday two years in a row.
So she’s easily susceptible to the charms of handsome billionaire Harley, a social-media entrepreneur negotiating a business deal with her boss. The billionaire owns a townhouse to die for and a private plane -- pours on the charm and ultimately seduces Judith during a business trip to New Orleans.

3. It Happened in Saint-Tropez.
Set over a two-year period, with leaps in time that never feel justified, the narrative follows the plights of two brothers, the bling-swinging gem mogul, Roni (Merad) and the born-again Jewish violinist, Zef, and those of their respective daughters: the party-hearty art director, Melita, and the angelic, poetry-spouting cellist, Noga.

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