Movies at the cinema in March 2019

Two months of 2019 have flown by in a flash and we are inching closer to blockbuster season, where some of the year’s most highly-anticipated movies are coming to the big screens! Kicking it all off is superhero flick, Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel, which has finally arrived after years of impatient waiting. Did you catch the film’s stars Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson and Gemma…

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Five toy stories that ‘The Lego Movie 2’ fans can deconstruct

Feb 8th, 2019 Action, Adventure, Animation, Child-friendly, Superheroes, Teens Andre Teh 13 min read

Kids and AFOLs (Adult Fans of Lego), you’re in for more block-buster entertainment this month with Warner Bros’ new animated flick The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part! The sequel to the Oscar-nominated (Best Original Song for Everything Is Awesome) The Lego Movie sees Emmet Brickowski (Chris Pratt) and the heroes of Bricksburg face a new threat: space invaders. When Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), Batman (Will Arnett),…

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. Credit: Golden Village Cinemas

8 movies to catch in our Lunar New Year “film festival”!

Feb 1st, 2019 Action, Animation, Child-friendly, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Romance, Science Fiction, Thriller Marcus Goh 16 min read

Many Singaporeans are going to take leave on February 7 and 8 – and chances are, you’re one of them! That’s because Chinese New Year falls on the February 5 and 6 (Tuesday and Wednesday), so taking Thursday and Friday off will give you an ultra long weekend. That uber holiday is the perfect opportunity to catch some of the hottest films in cinemas, since…

Ferlyn G and Nathan Hartono in When Ghost Meets Zombie. (Credit: GVP)

Movies at the cinema in February 2019

Dong dong dong dong qiang! We are counting down the days as we usher in the pig year this Chinese New Year, followed by Valentine’s Day the week after! Apart from the fun-filled comedies and romantic dramas, don’t miss the two local films this month, Jack Neo’s Killer Not Stupid and Han Yew Kwang’s When Ghost Meets Zombie. In addition, awards season is about to culminate…

Have you met these five dragons who are not Toothless from ‘How to Train Your Dragon’

Jan 20th, 2019 Animation, Child-friendly, GV Exclusive Jedd Jong 21 min read

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is the long-awaited third instalment in Dreamworks’ blockbuster fantasy adventure series of animated films. The movies, based on the series of children’s novels by Cressida Cowell, take place in a mythical Viking world and follow the adventures of young Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and the mysterious dragon who becomes his best friend, Toothless the Night Fury. Audiences have…

Movies at the cinema in January 2019

Goodbye, 2018 and hello 2019! Let us usher in the new year with a bunch of great films to look forward to, from comedies to thrillers, action blockbusters and even a remastered release of one of Steven Spielberg’s classics. As we inch closer to the Golden Globes and the Oscars, expect more serious films such as The Mule and A Private War to hit the silver screen. As for…

Why Emily Blunt will make a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Mary Poppins

Dec 24th, 2018 Adventure, Animation, Child-friendly, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy Andre Teh 14 min read

Mary Poppins Returns arrives over 50 years after the first onscreen appearance of the eponymous nanny. Yet, the magical guardian of the Banks children in the 1964 Academy Award-nominated film, played by Julie Andrews, doesn’t look a day older – thanks to a little movie magic and recasting. Emily Blunt, 35, takes up the mantle (or rather, wool coat and parrot umbrella) of the beloved…

Movies at the cinema in December 2018

Bid 2018 adieu with Bumblebee, Spider-Man, Mary Poppins and Aquaman! Let your hair down and enjoy the festivities this holiday season with these films at the cinema this December, for an array of blockbusters, sci-fi and family-friendly movies await. Here’s the entire list of them. Mortal Engines Release date: December 6, 2018 Cast: Hera Hilmar, Hugo Weaving, Stephen Lang, Robert Sheehan Genre: Action/Adventure Fantasy film…

The Grinch. Credit: Golden Village Cinemas

5 grouchy green-haired characters that look (and sound) suspiciously like the Grinch

Nov 27th, 2018 Animation, Child-friendly, Comedy, Fantasy Marcus Goh 7 min read

If you’re not sure which Grinch we’re talking about, we’re specifically referring to the original one that stole Christmas! Dr Seuss, a writer of children’s books created him when he wrote How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The Grinch has appeared in live action before in 2000, played by an irritable Jim Carrey, who was said to personify the Grinch himself on the set of the shoot, and in animated form in 1966, voiced by…

A Disney Princess wefie in Ralph Breaks the Internet. Credit: Walt Disney Singapore

19 cameos we’re excited to see in ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’

Nov 22nd, 2018 Action, Adventure, Animation, Child-friendly, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Superheroes Marcus Goh 10 min read

Before you ask – yes, we do think that Ralph Wrecks the Internet would be a better title, but “breaking” the Internet is a thing nowadays. Wreck-It Ralph was an awesome movie because it paid homage to all the video game characters we loved like Bowser and Chun Li, utilising them in a meaningful and memorable way (instead of just throwing them in for the…