An evening out at the movies

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A snow­man at the scene of each crime is a se­rial killer’s spooky sig­na­ture in this tense thriller adapted from the novel by Scandi-noir au­thor Jo Nesbo. Michael Fass­ben­der is the lead in­ves­ti­ga­tor on the killer’s trail and Re­becca Fer­gu­son is the squad’s bril­liant young re­cruit. To­gether they must con­nect all the clues be­fore the next snow­fall or yet an­other girl will wind up dead. Filmed against the frozen back­drop of Nor­way, this is a chiller, in more ways than one. Out 13 Oc­to­ber BREATHE

For his di­rec­to­rial de­but, Andy Serkis (Gol­lum in The Lord Of The Rings) chose the real-life tale of Robin and Diana Cavendish, who re­fused to give up when Robin, then just

28, was struck down with po­lio and given three months to live. With the help of his wife, he not only sur­vived but be­came an ad­vo­cate for the dis­abled and a pi­o­neer­ing in­ven­tor of aids to make their lives bet­ter. A mov­ing trib­ute to the power of love.

Out 27 Oc­to­ber


We all loved the first Paddington – funny, poignant and fun for kids and adults alike. Now the lov­able Peru­vian bear is back for more ad­ven­tures with his adopted Lon­don fam­ily, the Browns (Sally Hawkins and Hugh Bon­neville). Ec­cen­tric house­keeper Mrs Bird (Julie Wal­ters) is back, and there are some suit­ably stupid vil­lains (Bren­dan Glee­son is a de­light as ‘Knuck­les’ Mcginty). It’s a treat.

Out 10 Novem­ber

Michelle Pfeif­fer stars in this re­make of the clas­sic Agatha Christie thriller

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