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THE HANG­OVER PART III Well, you know what this is. The guys take it round the block one more time. All ma­jor play­ers are back on board, along with John Good­man and Heather Gra­ham. (Garner and Edger­ton). Ti­mothy turns out to be as naive and un­af­fected as one might ex­pect from a kid who sprung up in the gar­den overnight. His sur­prised foster par­ents are thrilled with their new charge. But is there some­thing they should know? Fam­ily weepie. G cert, gen re­lease, 104 min OLYM­PUS HAS FALLEN Di­rected by An­tione Fuqua. Star­ring Ger­ard But­ler, Mor­gan Free­man, Aaron Eck­hart If you’re the kind of chap who thought that Law Abid­ing Cit­i­zen was a mas­ter­piece and likes to fin­ish most ut­ter­ances with “Braw”, then this is the movie for you. A dum­ber, louder, live ac­tion ver­sion of Team Amer­ica: World Po­lice in which North Korean ter­ror­ists shoot up the White House and take on pres­i­den­tial body­guard Ger­ard But­ler, it’s un­pre­ten­tious if noth­ing else. But­the CGI is just aw­ful. 15 cert, gen re­lease, 120 min OUR CHIL­DREN/A PER­DRE LA RAI­SON Di­rected by Joachim Lafosse. Star­ring Niels Are­strup Tahir Rahim, Ém­i­lie De­quenne We know this har­row­ing drama is headed to­ward an emo­tional abyss right from the start. This Franco-Bel­gian drama is based on a hor­ri­fy­ing case wherein a mother killed her five young chil­dren. But long be­fore the tragedy at its dark heart there’s

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