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Fifty Shades Darker

The erotic drama intensifies in the second film of the "Fifty Shades" series. After breaking up with Christian (Dornan) due to his unconventional ideas about love and desire, Ana (Dakota Johnson) lands a job at a publishing company as editor Jack Hyde's (Eric Johnson) assistant. When she agrees to give Christian another chance, he admits that he's in the process of buying the publishing company, and that he's worried about Jack's intentions towards Ana. However, it's the skeletons in Christian's closet that begin to threaten their fledgling relationship, with women from his past willing to do anything to tear him away from Ana.

Director: James Foley. Stars: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eric Johnson, Eloise Mumford, Rita Ora, Luke Grimes. 2017. 118 min. Drama.


A Street Cat Named Bob

Broke, homeless and recovering from an addiction, James (Treadaway) finally has a chance to turn his life around when support worker Val (Froggatt) finds him an apartment. His busking isn't making him enough money to pay his bills, though, and his withdrawal symptoms are crippling, so when a stray cat finds its way into his home, he's reluctant to keep it despite its obvious attachment to him. When the cat follows him to work, though, and later begins helping him cope with his withdrawal, he and Bob the cat become inseparable. Based on a true story.

Director: Roger Spottiswoode. Stars: Luke Treadaway, Ruta Gedmintas, Joanne Froggatt, Anthony Head. 2016. 103 min. Comedy.


A Fantastic Fear of Everything

Children's author Jack (Pegg) has become rather obsessed with serial killers, and the at-large presence of the Hanoi Handshake Killer has him on edge. When a last-minute meeting with a film executive about some of Jack's scripts puts him into a bit of a panic, he ends up in a laundromat with a kitchen knife superglued to his hand -- part of an unfortunate series of events that leads to him missing his important meeting, and instead, meeting the Hanoi Handshake Killer.

Directors: Crispian Mills, Chris Hopewell. Stars: Simon Pegg, Alan Drake, Clare Higgins, Paul Freeman. 2012. 100 min. Comedy.