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What's on at the cinema? March '15

Ok, so last month was a pretty awesome one in terms of blockbusters in Chinese cinemas. At last us Shanghai-dwellers got to see The Hobbit and The Hunger Games, and they did not dissapoint.

Before we know it Chinese New Year will be over and we'll be looking for something to do in March.

SO, here's a list of films to look out for this coming month...

Taken 3 - It Ends Here
Release: 20th March

First of all, ignore the fact that Liam Neeson's gun doen't have a trigger in the poster. Trust me, it still works.

So this movie got ripped a new one by any film reviewer with an ounce of credibility, but who cares? If you like films that provide you with plenty of action, explosions and a questionable storyline then this one's for you. Get down to see it as we can't see another one coming out anytime soon...

Read more on IMDB

Jupiter Ascending
Release date : 6th March

Let's be honest, we're all just going to see this one so we can stare at Mila Kunis and/or Channing Tatum for 2 hours. We're not judging.

Check it out on IMDB

Paddington
Release date : March 2015

Everyones favourite childhood bear is coming to the big screens of China in March.

This film did really well back West and has a score of 98% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is pretty ruddy good.

Paddington brings a beloved children's character into the 21st century without sacrificing his essential charm, delivering a family-friendly adventure as irresistibly cuddly as its star.

A great one for the whole family!

Have a little read on IMDB

Cinderella
Release date: 13th March

Another classic tale, this one has surprised audiences and critics alike.

It's been described as being "made with enough care and belief in its material that it manages to refresh our relationship to the iconic tale."

Could certainly be worth a watch!

Scoot over to IMDB for more!

Kingsman
Release date: March 2015

Stylish, subversive, and above all fun, Kingsman: The Secret Service finds director Matthew Vaughn sending up the spy genre with gleeful abandon.

Despite the played out spy genre setting, this film has been described as 'suprisingly entertaining' and has so far received an 8.3 rating on imdb, which if we're honest, is kind of gospel.

Full reviews on IMDB

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Words by Peter Dixon