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Brid­get Jones’s Baby (UK) See re­view, above.

Juli­eta

(Spain) Based on three short sto­ries by Alice Munro, Pe­dro Almod­ó­var’s lat­est is about Juli­eta, who re­calls the steps which led to her es­trange­ment from her daugh­ter An­tía, as she waits for her to get back in touch. Wo­man­cen­tered melo­drama? Sounds like Almod­ó­var’s back on top again. Opened Sep 15. Nine Lives

(USA) Kevin Spacey is pre­sum­ably badly in need of a lit­tle ex­tra rent money as he stars in this film as a worka­holic bil­lion­aire who ne­glects his fam­ily life… un­til he’s mag­i­cally turned into a cat. By Christo­pher Walken. Ugh. Opened

Sep 15.

Storm

(Hong Kong) Louis Koo stars as an ICAC in­ves­ti­ga­tor who wit­nesses the mur­der of a sus­pect, but he won’t dis­close de­tails of his in­ves­ti­ga­tion to the cops. When a crime syn­di­cate starts or­der­ing hits on Jockey Club em­ploy­ees, he’s got to set his dif­fer­ences aside to catch the bad­dies. Opened Sep 15.

Sully

(USA) Clint East­wood di­rects Tom Hanks as Cap­tain Ch­es­ley “Sully” Sul­len­berger, the re­al­life hero pi­lot who landed his crip­pled plane on the Hud­son River right in the mid­dle of New York—but his rep­u­ta­tion is soon called into ques­tion. Opened Sep 15.

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