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THE LUCKY ONE


(2nd MAY) Teen hunk Zac Efron continues his moves into the world of romantic drama, as a US soldier returning from Iraq seeking out a girl who appears in a photo he found while in the battlefield, which he has come to consider a good luck charm. When he finds her, however, feelings begin to develop between them and both are unprepared for what they have found in each other. Over-sentimental and rather bland, Efron is impressive in the lead but never quite elevates this movie into anything interesting, while the use of the Iraq war as a plot device always feels a little exploitative.


CP Rating: 


JEFF WHO LIVES AT HOME (11th May)


Jason Segel, still riding high from his success as writer and star of the Oscar- winning “The Muppets”, takes an altogether more serious role as Jeff, a reclusive man living in his parents’ apartment. This closeted existence is shattered, however, when his mother (Susan Sarandon) forces him to help his brother (Ed Helms) spy on his possibly unfaithful wife. Funny, and occasionally moving, this film may not pack the emotional punch you expect but features great performances from Segel and Sarandon. One for fans of movies such as “Little Miss Sunshine” or “Win Win.”


CP Rating:  C i n e m a


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