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Final week in summer film season

PUBLISHED: 10:58 28 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:44 06 July 2010

THERE'S lots of film action this coming week at the Marina Theatre and Hollywood Cinema, in Lowestoft.

The final week in the theatre's summer film season commences today with Disney comedy G Force (PG), family adventure Land Of The Lost (12A) and thriller The Taking of Pelham 123 (15) all playing through until next Thursday.

THERE'S lots of film action this coming week at the Marina Theatre and Hollywood Cinema, in Lowestoft.

The final week in the theatre's summer film season commences today with Disney comedy G Force (PG), family adventure Land Of The Lost (12A) and thriller The Taking of Pelham 123 (15) all playing through until next Thursday.

Running each day and featuring the voices of Nicholas Cage and Penelope Cruz, G Force (PG) is a comedy adventure about a secret government program to train animals to work in espionage. Armed with the latest high-tech spy equipment, these highly trained guinea pigs discover that the fate of the world is in their paws.

Will Ferrell, Anna Friel and Danny McBride star in family adventure Land Of The Lost (12A). Dr Rick Marshall is sucked into a space-time vortex and spat back through time.

The ordinary day of New York City subway dispatcher Walter Garber is thrown into chaos by the hijacking of a subway train in Pelham 123 (15). Starring Denzel Washington, James Gandolfini and John Travolta, as the tension mounts beneath his feet, Garber employs his vast knowledge of the subway system in a battle to outwit those responsible and save the hostages.

Meanwhile, Hollywood, in London Road South, is screening two new films from today.

The Final Destination (15) is the fourth film in the horror franchise and sees a group of teenagers avoid certain death at a motor race thanks to a friend's psychic vision, only to have death track them down one by one to take back what's due.

Funny People (15) stars Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen who team up with Adam Sandler to deliver a comedy about a movie comedian who believes that his place on this world is limited thanks to the discovery of a rare blood disorder. Inspired to make his remaining time count he hires a new writer and personal assistant and goes back to his former career as a stand-up comic.


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