Unlimited screenings this April: Three Musketeers, Polite Society and Big George Foreman

Your exciting Unlimited journey continues this April with three more advance screenings. It's time to block out more space in your calendar for some must-see movies, so scroll down to get all the essential details including plot info and screening dates.


The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan (screening April 18th)

This origin story is spun off from the classic Alexandre Dumas adventure tale. Swordsman D'Artagnan crosses paths with the legendary musketeers Athos, Aramis and Porthos while recovering from a fierce attack that nearly left him dead.

His adventure soon leads him into the fight for France's soul as he and the musketeers come up against the fearsome Cardinal Richelieu. But it is when he falls madly in love with Constance Bonacieux, the Queen's confidante, that D'Artagnan truly puts himself in danger.

An all-star cast of A-list French names including Eva Green, Romain Duris and Loius Garrell lead the way in this stirring Revolutionary-era adventure.




Polite Society (screening April 24th)

The notion of arranged marriage gets an outrageous twist in this all-action comedy from director Nida Manzoor (Doctor Who). Aspiring martial artist Ria Khan (Priya Kansara) must put her nascent skills to the test when attempting to save her sister older sister Lena (Ritu Arya) from her impending nuptials.

With its focus on sisterly bonds and its affectionate yet satirical observations of British-Pakistani customs, this is one for all those who've felt compelled to balance love and duty. And the fighting scenes promise to kick all kinds of butt.




Big George Foreman (screening April 27th)

At the age of 45, George Foreman secured his place as the oldest heavyweight champion in boxing history. But what was the journey that led him to this point? Stirring and hard-hitting biographical drama Big George Foreman fills in the gaps, anchored by Khris Davis' central performance as the legendary pugilist.

The span of Foreman's remarkable life is marshalled by director George Tillman Jr. who has scored critical hits with the likes of The Hate U Give (2018).



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