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Early Man

    • MPAA
    • PG
In the time of dinosaurs and mammoths, a caveman and his friend unite his tribe against the evil.

Black Panther

    • Egypt
    • +12
    • MPAA
    • PG-13
After T’Challa returns to his home in Wakanda to find himself king, he has to team up with CIA agent Everett K. Ross and members of the Wakandan special forces as “Black Panther” to prevent Wakanda from going into a war.

    • Egypt
    • All Ages
Youssef is a young man who lives in an under-privileged part of the city. He finds a book called "Get Out Here for Me" and two of its characters materialise out of it and they start shaping Youssef's personality (played by Khaled El-Sawy and Ahmed Fathy) between kindness and aggression. While he is...Read more attempting to win the heart of his beloved Ameenah, Youssef and his new character-friends go through many obstacles with situational humour.

Space Chicken

    • MPAA
    • PG
Condorito embarks into a great adventure to save everyone he loves and the rest of the planet from an evil alien.

Winchester

    • Egypt
    • +16
    • MPAA
    • PG-13
Sarah Winchester, heiress to Winchester's firearm-trade fortune, has obviously inherited a huge score to be settled with the vengeful souls of those who died by her family's firearms. Sensing an imminent haunting doom, she orders the building of the strangest and largest house that is seven levels...Read more high and has hundreds of strangely interconnected rooms on a stretch of land that exists 50 miles outside of San Francisco. Sarah builds this house and brings her family in its top attic thinking that she could protect them in a house structure that has no end and in which some of the most terrifying ghosts are captivated.

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Kickboxer: Retaliation

    • MPAA
    • R
MMA champion Kurt Sloan who vowed never to fight in underground kickboxing matches, gets kidnapped by powerful gangster, Christopher Lambert, and sent to a secret Thai prison reserved exclusively for murderous kickboxers, including Mike Tyson. His only shot at freedom is to win an underground death...Read more match against a 400-lb. superior specimen killer enhanced with state-of the-art drugs (played by "The Mountain" from Game of Thrones, Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson). To make it out alive, he seeks training unlike anything he's ever endured, with the help of the legendary Master Durand (Jean-Claude Van Damme) and fellow prisoner Briggs (Mike Tyson).

The Post

    • MPAA
    • PG-13
in 1971, Kay Graham (played by Meryl Streep) inherits ownership of the Washington Post newspaper and tries to find her work-life balance while building her confidence as a woman to lead the company. When military analyst, Daniel Ellsburg, decides to expose the truth about the US government's 20...Read more years of clandestine involvement in the Vietnam war that was hidden from the public, he leaks 1000s of pages of classified reports to reporters at the New York Times. The Post race to compete with the New York Times, as its assistant editor tracks Ellsburg and gets a copy of the same reports, but the court issues a restraining order against further publishing. Kay Graham, with the help of the Post editor in chief, Ben Bradlee (played by Tom Hanks), has to decide whether to fight for the freedom of the press by bringing the truth about the war to the light and risk being charged of treason and the closure of her company, or to remain silent and avoid the wrath of the White House.