New Posters Arrive for Maggie, Absolutely Anything and The Diary of a Teenage Girl

Maggie is the directorial debut from British director Henry Hobson. The film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger (Terminator, The Expendables), Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) and Joely Richardson (The Patriot).

A teenage girl in the Midwest becomes infected by an outbreak of a disease that slowly turns the infected into cannibalistic zombies. During her transformation, her loving father stays by her side.

Directed by Marielle Heller The Diary of a Teenage Girl is a brilliantly clever, quirky and engaging film tells the story of audacious teenage artist, Minnie (Powley), as she struggles through her teenage years living in 1970s San Francisco.

The film also has a great supporting cast of Alexander Skarsgård (True Blood) and Kirsten Wiig – Bridesmaids).

Absolutely Anything follows a disillusioned school teacher (Pegg) who suddenly finds he has the ability to do anything he wishes, a challenge bestowed upon him by a group of power-crazed aliens (voiced by Cleese, Gilliam, Jones, Palin & Idle), watching him from space.

As he struggles to deal with these new found powers and the events that subsequently arise, he calls upon his loyal canine companion Dennis (voiced by Robin Williams) to help him along the way.

Mishap after mishap finally leads him to the ultimate conundrum that all men dread and at which many have failed….should he choose the girl….or the dog….?

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Ollie has written for Front Row Reviews pretty much since its inception about seven years ago whilst still studying Film & Television. Since then, he was trust into the world of independent film distribution and has recently started working with Picturehouse Entertainment in their Marketing Department. Having written and produced two radio series, he is moving hoping to (one day) write a web series/short film/feature (delete as appropriate ;)). His favourite director is David Lynch (which makes him make a lot of sense!) and his favourite films are The Hours, Mulholland Drive, Volver, Blade Runner and Bridget Jones Diary.

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