Exciting New Films in Dutch Cinemas: Kung Fu Panda 4, Blue Giant, and More!

News - 22 March 2024
The following movies are now available to watch in Dutch cinemas starting this week. Kung Fu Panda 4 (2024) tells the story of Po, who is getting ready to become the spiritual leader of the Valley of Peace. However, Po also needs to find a successor as the Dragon Warrior.

He embarks on training a new kung fu practitioner and encounters a villain known as the Chameleon who brings back villains from the past.nnIn Blue Giant (2023), directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa, Dai Miyamoto's life changes when he discovers jazz. Former high school basketball player Dai picks up a saxophone and starts practicing relentlessly, aiming to become one of the greatest musicians of all time.

He leaves his dull hometown for the vibrant nightclubs of Tokyo, only to realize that the life of a professional musician is not easy.nnEvil Does Not Exist (2023), directed by Ryƻsuke Hamaguchi, follows the story of Takumi and his daughter Hana living in the village of Mizubiki near Tokyo. Their peaceful life is disrupted when plans to build a glamping site near their home threaten their water supply.

This leads to unrest among the residents and changes the community and surrounding nature forever, impacting Takumi's life significantly.nnArthur the King (2024), directed by Simon Cellan Jones, stars Mark Wahlberg as athlete Michael seeking to reach new heights in adventure racing. During a prestigious adventure race in South America, Michael and his team come across an injured stray dog named King Arthur.

Despite facing challenges, Arthur proves to be just as determined and spirited as Michael.nnIn The Return Journey (2024), directed by Jelle de Jonge, Jaap and Martje embark on a trip to visit an old holiday friend in Southern Europe. During their journey, they reminisce about their past while facing the reality of Martje's dementia diagnosis, leading them to rediscover their love for each other.

nnThere's Still Tomorrow (2023), directed by Paola Cortellesi, follows Delia, a housewife in post-war Italy facing family turmoil. The arrival of a mysterious letter empowers Delia to confront her abusive husband and envision a brighter future for herself and her family.nnHumanist Vampire Seeking Consenting Suicidal Person (2023), directed by Ariane Louis-Seize, features Sasha, a teenage vampire struggling with her empathy.

She meets Paul, a chronically depressed teenager willing to be her victim. As they navigate their unique relationship, Sasha's transformation to a real vampirella becomes inevitable.nnSleeping Dogs (2024), directed by Adam Cooper, follows a former detective with amnesia uncovering dark secrets tied to a murder case he can't remember.

As he delves deeper into his forgotten past, he discovers a chilling truth that may be better left undisturbed.nnBaghead (2023), directed by Alberto Corredor, tells the story of Iris inheriting a run-down pub in Berlin after her estranged father's death. Little does she know that signing the deed would connect her to an unspeakable entity residing in the pub's basement - Baghead, a shape-shifting creature with deadly consequences.

nnHotel Mokum (2023), directed by Yannesh Meijman, is a docufiction depicting a collective squatting the abandoned Hotel Marnix in Amsterdam. Over six weeks, the collective transforms the hotel into a sanctuary in a city plagued by hypergentrification.nnNuclear Now (2022), directed by Oliver Stone, sheds light on the need for humanity to embrace nuclear energy as a clean, safe, and fast solution to combatting global warming.

It addresses the misinformation surrounding nuclear power and challenges the fear associated with it.nnThese movies offer a diverse range of stories and themes, providing audiences with engaging and thought-provoking experiences at the cinema.