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Central and North Burnett Times - - SCREENLIFE -

THREE SUM­MERS From renowned writer-di­rec­tor Ben El­ton comes an en­sem­ble com­edy that em­braces the di­ver­sity of modern Aus­tralia. At a sum­mer mu­sic fes­ti­val, the feisty lead singer of an Ir­ish folk band meets a folk-mu­sic hat­ing theremin player and sparks fly. STARS: Michael Caton, Deb­o­rah Mail­man, John Waters. RAT­ING: M IN CIN­E­MAS: Thurs­day

LOV­ING VIN­CENT This fea­ture-length painted an­i­ma­tion, the first film of its kind, ex­plores the life and un­usual death of Vin­cent van Gogh via de­pic­tions of his art­works. It’s worth see­ing this film purely for its stun­ning vi­su­als, which are a true cin­e­matic feat. STARS: Saoirse Ro­nan, Jerome Flynn, Ai­dan Turner. RAT­ING: TBA IN CIN­E­MAS: Thurs­day

BAD MOMS 2 Three over-bur­dened women rebel against the chal­lenges and ex­pec­ta­tions of the Su­per Bowl for mums: Christ­mas. And if cre­at­ing a more per­fect hol­i­day for their fam­i­lies wasn’t hard enough, they have to do all of that while host­ing and en­ter­tain­ing their own mothers. STARS: Kathryn Hahn, Mila Ku­nis, Kris­ten Bell. RAT­ING: TBA IN CIN­E­MAS: Thurs­day

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