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Actor In Law

10

Category

Drama

Release date

10 Sep 2016

Duration

120m

Writers

IMDB

9.8

Director

Nabeel Qureshi

Actors

Fahad Mustafa Mehwish Hayat Om Puri Alyy Khan Irfan Motiwala Saboor Ali Saife Hassan Saleem Mairaj Nayyar Ejaz Rehan Sheikh Talat Hussain,

Age restriction

8

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La La Land

9

Category

Drama

Release date

09 Dec 2016

Duration

128

Writers

IMDB

8.6

Director

Damien Chazelle

Actors

Ryan Gosling Emma Stone John Legend Rosemarie DeWitt,

Age restriction

12

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3 Bahadur: The Revenge of Baba Balaam

8

Category

Animation

Release date

15 Dec 2016

Duration

Writers

IMDB

7.9

Director

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

Actors

Fahim Khan Zuhab Khan Hanzala Shahid Arisha Razi Behroze Sabzwari Ahmad Ali Butt Ali Gul Pir Fahad Mustafa Mustafa Changazi Sarwat Gilani Zeba Shehnaz Bassam Shazli Hammad Siddiq,

Age restriction

5

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$0

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Passengers

7

Category

Action

Release date

30 Dec 2016

Duration

116m

Writers

IMDB

7.1

Director

Morten Tyldum

Actors

Jennifer Lawrence Chris Pratt Michael Sheen Laurence Fishburne Andy García,

Age restriction

12

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BUS 657

6

Category

Action

Release date

13 Jan 2017

Duration

Writers

IMDB

6.1

Director

Scott Mann

Actors

Robert De Niro Jeffrey Dean Morgan Kate Bosworth Morris Chestnut Dave Bautista Gina Carano Mark-Paul Gosselaar D.B. Sweeney Stephen Cyrus Sepher Tyson Sullivan,

Age restriction

12

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xXx: Return of Xander Cage

6

Category

Action

Release date

20 Jan 2017

Duration

107m

Writers

IMDB

5.5

Director

D. J. Caruso

Actors

Vin Diesel Donnie Yen Deepika Padukone Kris Wu Ruby Rose Tony Jaa Nina Dobrev Toni Collette Samuel L. Jackson,

Age restriction

12

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$0

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Thora Jee Le

6

Category

Romance

Release date

20 Jan 2017

Duration

145m

Writers

IMDB

6.2

Director

Rafay Rashdi

Actors

Rizwan Ali Jaffri Ramsha Khan Bilal Abbas Fatima Shah Jillani Kasim Khan Ahsan Mohsin Ikram Salman Faisal,

Age restriction

12

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$0

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Live by Night

7

Category

Action

Release date

20 Jan 2017

Duration

129m

Writers

IMDB

6.8

Director

Ben Affleck

Actors

Ben Affleck Elle Fanning Brendan Gleeson Chris Messina Sienna Miller Zoe Saldana Chris Cooper,

Age restriction

12

Box Office

$0

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14 Jan 2017

e story of the English movie is neither a family drama nor it is a suspense thriller. It is a basically a cat-and-mouse chase involving the police case, some henchmen and a runaway bus. Basically it is a Chor and Police story revolving round some major incidents--- The film features the legendary Hollywood actor Robert De Niro in the lead role with a huge star cast including Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Morris Chestnut. The film has been directed by Scott Mann--- The story of the movie “Bus 657” is all about Luke Vaughn (Morgan) whose little daughter is suffering from the Cancer and he is having no money for her treatment. So being a devoted dad, he is willing to go the distance in order to bring money for the treatment of his daughter--- In this process he is teaming up with Cox (Bautista) to rob a casino owned by Pope (De Niro) that he used to work in. And eventually now they hijack a bus in order to have money but they have to face the cop Officer Kris (Carano) and Pope.

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07 Jan 2017

is a lame kids’ movie reverse-engineered from a worse pun: What if those massive custom 4x4s that kick up dust and crush old cars at heartland truck rallies were really alive? And what if they were powered by giant, gas-guzzling monsters where their motors should be?----Here, the human in question is a hunky, yet awkward high school student named Tripp (Texas-born Lucas Till, who plays Havok in the “X-Men” movies). Looking old enough to be in graduate school, “teenage” Tripp lives with his single mom (Amy Ryan) and works at a small-town junkyard (for a wheelchair-bound Danny Glover), where he hopes to one day get his run-down Dodge pickup running again. At this point, the old heap is basically just rust and turquoise paint — though that doesn’t keep Tripp from sitting behind the wheel and pretending to drive, making engine noises with his mouth as he fake-swerves to avoid imaginary obstacles.---Lately, mom has been dating the local sheriff (Barry Pepper), while Tripp’s deadbeat dad, who walked out on his family years earlier, holds a job with a shady oil and gas company called Terravex. Operating a few miles outside town, Terravex is sitting on what could be the largest oil reserve in the continental United States. There’s just one problem: Between the company’s state-of-the-art drilling operation and all that sweet crude is an entire ecosystem — an elaborate network of underground lakes and caves — that has been undisturbed for thousands, if not millions of years. Oh, and there’s something living down there.-----Terravex's eco-ambivalent boss (Rob Lowe, looking especially waxy) has ordered his team to tap into their claim, releasing three giant CG “monsters” from the depths. In a horror movie, these potentially menacing creatures, with their long squid-like tentacles and rows of shark-like teeth, would proceed to teach mankind a lesson about the dangers of corporate greed. But “Monster Trucks” was made for babies, and so these beasties turn out to be glorified pets with an appetite for oil and the ability to operate engine-less fossil-fuel-burning vehicles — like the pickup Tripp happens to have handy.

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31 Dec 2016

(and a couple hundred crew) being kept in cryogenic sleeping chambers for the trip. Unfortunately, something goes very wrong (in the first two minutes of the film) leading to potentially catastrophic malfunctions of the ship’s systems. One of the first results is that a couple of passengers eventually wind up being awoken only thirty years into the journey with no way to go back to sleep in a ship which begins to act more and more erratically

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