Arts, Entertainment & Media

Four films released in London

Michael Keaton wins Golden Globe for ‘Birdman’. Image: http://www.goldenglobes.com

Michael Keaton wins Golden Globe for ‘Birdman’. Image: http://www.goldenglobes.com

Four films will be released in London this Friday.

For music fans, Whiplash, the story of a young promising drummer’s encounter with a merciless coach.

If you like history, Testament of Youth depicts the memories of a British woman blending love and war.

To put some action in this mix, Bradley Cooper stars as a Navy SEAL marksman in the film American Sniper.

At last, go on the journey of finding yourself with Wild.

As for films released last week, Foxcatcher starring Channing Tatum and Steve Carell received a generally positive review, and Taken 3, the third in the franchise, just overtook The Hobbit 3 and opened at number one at the box office.

On the other hand, the new Disney motion picture Into the Woods has been greeted with the thumbs down from some reviewers despite its three Golden Globes nominations.

Speaking of Golden Globes, this year’s award for best actor in drama goes to Eddie Redmayne starring in The Theory of Everything.

He’s even picked up an Oscar nomination and will be competing with Benedict Cumberbatch.

Birdman received two awards both best motion picture and best actor in musical/comedy.

You can still catch these films in cinemas.

Eddie Redmayne wins Golden Globe for ‘The Theory of Everything’. Image: http://www.goldenglobes.com

Finally, the 2015 BAFTA awards nominees were also announced last Friday. The full list can be found at BAFTA’s website.

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