3 must-watch movies to see on Ster-Kinekor big screens

Get ready for the perfect match this week at Ster-Kinekor as romance meets action on the big screen.

Mr Right

Martha McKay (Anna Kendrick) is a woman who appears to be on a solid losing streak when it comes to love, much like most things, the tides change and she falls for Mr Right (Sam Rockwell).

This is all fine and well until his fatal flaw is revealed: he’s a hitman. The dynamic duo go on the run, battle their trust issues and encounter criminals from his past.

Does love conquer all or is this all too weird? Book your seat and find out!

Sultan

“Wrestling is not a sport, it’s about fighting what lies within.” — Sultan

This quote pretty much sums up the energy packed in this power-house biographical movie based on the life of the fictional Haryana based wrestler, Sultan Ali Khan (Salman Khan). This small town wonder is determined to become a professional wrestler. His drive and willingness to push the limits bring him top wrestling honours, but he faces a multitude of troubles in his personal and professional life.

The real battle begins when he needs to fight for redemption.

Find inspiration in the story of Sultan.

Me Before You

Louisa Clark (Emilia Clarke) lands a job as a carer and companion for a recently-paralysed man, Will Traynor (Sam Claflin). The two form an unlikely bond and their small town romance begins. The film is emotionally powerful and incredibly hard not to fall in love with — Emilia Clarke and Sam Claffin embody undeniable chemistry that brings their characters to life.

Me Before You is bound to leave its mark on your heart. Live boldy and remember to bring your tissues.

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