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NewsA plethora of cinematic films are being exhibited in Qatari cinemas this week.

A plethora of cinematic films are being exhibited in Qatari cinemas this week.

This week, Qatari cinemas will display a variety of cinematic films, in conjunction with showing them in various international theaters, and they vary between action, drama, adventure and horror.

Among the films shown is the drama film “Creed”, which takes place after taking over the world of boxing. Adonis Creed is thriving in his professional and family life, when childhood friend and former boxing prodigy, Damien (Jonathan Majors), reappears after serving a long sentence in prison. Keen to prove he deserves a place in the ring, the film stars Michael B. Jordan, Jonathan Majors and Florian Montino, and is directed by Michael B. Jordan.

The adventure movie “The Tiger’s Nest” is also shown, and its events revolve around one night "in German" An orphaned baby tiger from the clutches of a ruthless poacher, to escape from him and take a long and perilous journey to the heights of the Himalayas. Together, they will live the greatest adventure of their lives. The film is directed by Brando Kelechi, starring Claudia Guerini, Sunny Pawar and June C. Joyce.

The cinemas will also witness this week the horror movie / The Accursed / whose story revolves around when a family friend asked Ellie to take care of an elderly woman who lives in a remote cabin for a few days, she agrees, but soon discovers that there is a demon hiding in the woman waiting for liberation, the movie starring all Mensara Gray Meg Foster and Sarah Dumont, directed by Kevin Lewis.

The cinema screens will also show the action movie / 65 /, which revolves around when an astronaut lands on a mysterious planet to discover that he is not alone. The film stars Adam Driver and Ariana Greenblatt, and is directed by Scott Beck and Brian Woods.

The list of new films includes the horror movie “Play Dead” and tells the story of the film. When a woman named “Chloe” fakes her death to steal evidence from the morgue, the coroner uses the morgue as a front for a sick and twisted business, then the game of chase begins as “Chloe” learns more about the dead than she expected. Directed by Patrick Lussier, the film stars Billy Madison, Jerry O’Connell and Anthony Turbell.

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