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Great movies to look forward to

Logan Marshall-Green, left, Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender in a scene from the movie Prometheus. The film comes out June 7.
Logan Marshall-Green, left, Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender in a scene from the movie Prometheus. The film comes out June 7. Contributed - Kerry Brown, Picselect

THERE are good reasons to be going to the cinema with high expectations this winter.

Apart from festivals - which include the Spanish, Indian and Melbourne international film festivals - there is much on offer at the multiplex and the arthouse, and there are some tantalising blockbusters to come, hard on the heels of The Avengers.

The movies for June, July and August cover all sorts of ground: there are male strippers and Danish physicians, superheroes and girl groups, time travel and love triangles.

Ridley Scott searches for the origins of life, Peter Parker goes back to school as Spider-Man reboots, Batman hangs up his cape and Tom Cruise plays a tattooed rock star.

 

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