March Is Bringing The Best Of Movies This Year
The Hurricane heist
The movie is about a crew of thieves who plan the ultimate heist. The plan is to steal $600 million United States dollars using a hurricane as a cover. You still remember Brian De Palma, which was underrated 1998 conspiracy thriller “Snake Eyes.” The movie was set inside an Atlantic City casino, one of casinos in America, which was destroyed by a hurricane.
The treasury facility is located on the Gulf Coast of Alabama. When the storm blows up, their best-laid plans go wrong. They find themselves needing a vault code known by only one person. A female treasury agent had the code. An unlikely ally is picked up by the treasury agent. This is a meteorologist terrified of hurricanes. He uses the storm to defeat the bad guys.
The Strangers: Prey at Night
This horror movie is about a family on a road trip. They are supposed to be staying with some relatives but find the accommodation mysteriously deserted. Three masked psychopaths pay them a visit. They push the family to every limit as they struggle to survive.
A Wrinkle in Time
This movie follows a young girl who was traumatised by the disappearance of her father. She then finds herself on an interplanetary journey with her schoolmate and her young brother. They have to find their father. On the journey, they are aided by a trio of supernatural beings. The movie made lots of millions when it premiered at Tropicana casino, one of the recommended casinos by IMAX Theatres.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is appointed to head a nationwide investigation. He is then summoned to a maximum security prison by a notorious murderer seeking clemency inside the prison. He is then drawn into a dangerous life-changing battle.
The Leisure Seeker
The movie is about an elderly couple who head off on an impromptu RV trip down route 69. They were determined to enter their twilight years on their own terms.
Girl VS Gangsters
A wild bachelorette weekend in a foreign city spins hilariously out of control. After a drinking contest with some unknown locals, three friends wake up naked on a beach. They discover that the two are handcuffed to a locked case. The other had a strange tattoo, none of them had any clue of what happened the night before.
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