March has arrived, and with it, some of the year's best films are now at the Cineplex Store!
This month, you can catch up with award-winning movies like Call Me By Your Name and Phantom Thread, or you can watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi again and again....and again!
If you missed any of these when they played theatres, or if you simply want to watch them again, here are the titles that are coming to the Cineplex Store in March!
Our pick of the week: Call Me By Your Name (Available to Buy)
Elio, Elio, Elio...if you've seen Call Me By Your Name, you may find yourself with Elio's name on your mind from time to time. This lush, romantic, erotic, and heart-wrenching tale of first love is one that is hard to shake. We follow Elio (in a groundbreaking performance from relative newcomer and Oscar nominee Timothee Chalamet), a 17-year-old prodigy who spends his summers in Italy with his parents and their yearly summer student. This year, Oliver (Armie Hammer) arrives, awakening Elio to new feelings, and leading to an unforgettable summer romance. One of the best films of last year, Call Me By Your Name is a new queer masterpiece.
Check out our 5 reasons to see Call Me By Your Name
This week's Movie for a Loonie: Transformers: The Last Knight
Our pick of the week: Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Available to Buy)
Check out our 5 reasons to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Also available to buy: Father Figures
This week's Movie for a Loonie: Annabelle: Creation
Our pick of the week: The Greatest Showman (Available to Buy)
If you didn't want to be caught singing and dancing along with The Greatest Showman at the theatre, you can now do it from the comfort of your own home. We love it when Hugh Jackman sings, and here we have a whole hour and forty minutes of it! Did we mention that Zac Efron is in this too? As well as Michelle Williams and Zendaya? Jackman plays P.T. Barnum who lead a successful circus, filled with all sorts of talented people. Call up your musical theatre loving friends and have a giant sing-a-long, and then maybe watch Les Miserables afterwards for the perfect double bill.
Also available to buy: The Last Rampage, The Forgiven, Insidious: The Last Key
This week's Movie for a Loonie: Focus
Our pick of the week: Phantom Thread (Available to Buy)
Paul Thomas Anderson directs Daniel Day-Lewis in what may be his last ever performance. For anyone whose ever been in a relationship, you'll likely see yourself somewhere in Phantom Thread, which has DDL as a obsessive compulsive fashion designer who moves on from woman to woman...that is until he meets his match in Alma (Vicky Krieps), and their relationship takes on both romantic and toxic tendencies.
To buy or rent these titles and more, go to the Cineplex Store!