What’s on in cinemas | March blockbuster films

March’s blockbuster offerings include a lot of sequels, dinosaurs and hitmen. Enjoy our blockbuster picks to what’s on in cinemas this March.


Creed III / March 3

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Credit: Warner Bros

Franchise star Michael B. Jordan makes his directorial debut with Creed III. Jonathan Majors also joins the cast as Adonis Creed’s childhood friend and new opponent Damian, who has a bone to pick with Adonis after serving a long prison sentence. Sylvester Stallone is not appearing as Rocky Balboa in this boxing sequel, but the film is already getting a good word of mouth

Check out our Creed III review here.

65 / March 10

65

Credit: Sony Pictures Releasing

Dinosaurs and Adam Driver, what else could you want from a film? Driver’s pilot Mills lands on a strange planet, only to discover that he has travelled back in time to Earth, 65 million years ago, when dinosaurs walked the Earth. He teams up with a young survivor in order to survive and get back home to his own time. 

Check out our 65 review here.

Scream VI / March 10

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Credit: Paramount Pictures

Iconic horror franchise returns for its sixth film and almost the entire gang is back, including Kirby from Scream 4 who was thought to be dead. This time, the action has been moved from the sleepy town of Woodsboro to the bustling streets of New York City where a new Ghostface is hunting his prey. 

Check out our Scream VI review here.

Champions / March 10

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Credit: Universal Pictures

Woody Harrelson stars in this remake of a 2018 Spanish film. Harrelson’s minor-league basketball coach Marcus finds himself in trouble with the law and must coach a team of players with intellectual disabilities for community service. With Marcus’ leadership, the team finds themselves competing for a spot in the Special Olympics. 

Check out our Champions review here.

A Good Person / March 17

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Florence Pugh plays Allison, who is dealing with the aftermath of a fatal accident. She forms an unlikely friendship with her would-be father-in-law (Morgan Freeman) in Zach Braff’s gentle, hopeful film about forgiveness and redemption. 

Check out our A Good Person review here.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods / March 17

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Shazam! Fury of the Gods marks the first film in the DCEU after James Gunn and Peter Safran took over. While it remains to be seen if Shazam manages to remain relevant in the new DCEU, we can’t help but be excited for director David F. Sandberg returning to helm the sequel to one of the better DCEU superhero films. The boy-turned-superhero faces an all-new threat in this superhero sequel with a starry cast consisting of Zachary Levi, Rachel Zegler, Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu. 

Check out our Shazam! Fury of the Gods review here.

John Wick Chapter 4 / March 24

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credit: Lionsgate

March’s sequel madness concludes with John Wick: Chapter 4 which brings back Keanu Reeves’ titular hitman. Wick is still after the High Table, a council of crime lords, who are also in the business of getting John Wick killed. Bill Skarsgård joins the cast as a new, sleek villain Marquis de Gramont. 

Check out our John Wick: Chapter 4 review here.

Dungeons and Dragons: Honour Among Thieves / March 31

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The highly-awaited Dungeons and Dragons film finally arrives on our cinema screens at the very end of March. Subtitled Honour Among Thieves, the film mixes comedy and fantasy together effortlessly and the ensemble cast, which includes Sophia Lillis, Justice Smith and Hugh Grant, is led by the ever-charming Chris Pine.


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