Thailand Event Guide staff shows the best go movies to watch and updates this list continuously for your ultimate go movie cinema pleasure whether you are a film fan and visit the film desperately alone or when you take your girlfriend for a romantic night out.
This week’s seven go movies that are showing are:
The Greatest Showman
After PT Barnum goes bankrupt, Hugh Jackman loses his job and faces a difficult time supporting his spouse (Michelle Williams) and their two young daughters. Barnum starts collecting items for a museum that he’d like to start after getting a bank loan, the museum doesn’t attract the people he had hoped. Then he forms new ideas to create a never-seen-before show with the best talent around. The Greatest Showman is a worth visit.
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
The Jumanji franchise releases to the big screen again. The 1995 adventure go movies starred back then with Robin Williams, Bonnie Hunt, Kirsten Dunst and Bradley Pierce. This year the Jumanji Film continues with Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Nick Jonas as the new cast. The four teenagers must clean out the school’s basement. When they find an old video game console with a game called Jumanji, the adventure begins. The kids set up the game, pick their characters and start the game. The game immediately pulls these kids into the jungle transforming them into their avatars. They must find out about their unique skills to survive this game. Dwayne Johnson plays Dr Smolder. Moose Finbar is Kevin Hart. Alex Wolff, Madison Imesan, Morgan Turner and Ser’Darius Blain are the four teenagers with Jack Black playing the professor Shelly Oberon.
Loving Vincent shares the story of the world-famous but troubled impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. When a young man comes to his last hometown, Auvers-Sur-Oise, he delivers the troubled artist a final letter, but the person ends up investigating his final days. This go movie is beautifully animated and worth a visit to find out more about this remarkable painter. The painter revealed on his deathbed that he had shot himself.
Pitch Perfect 3
When you like movies without in-depth stories, Pitch Perfect 3 might be the go movie for you when you love these jumping and dancing around nerds. Pitch Perfect 3 finds that Bella’s split apart and they discover that there are no job opportunities for making music with your mouth. When they get the chance to come back together for an overseas USO tour, these nerds come together in Pitch Perfect 3 to blast some music. Rated 13+
Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds
When the Firefighter Jahong has died unexpectedly, three guardians take him to the afterlife. He must pass seven trials and prove that he can live a noble life if he wants a chance for reincarnation. Cha Tae Hyun and Ha Jung-Woo are starring in this film. Rated 15+
Realm is a film where two Americans and their three Thai hostages hide in a mysterious manor deep in the woods after a high-speed police chase the bank robbers and cause an unexpected crash. During their stay, they realise that no one is safe from the evil in the house while planning their next move. The film is US-Thai produced and has Bangkok as the film’s backdrop which is the best excuse to go. Rated 18+
Kid Tueng Tuk Pee
When Thai movies have your interest, and you like to give your girlfriend a fun night out, then “I miss Tuk Pee” is a lovely film to go even if you don’t understand a word of it, you make her day. The movie is a back flash memory of the Thai New Year. The story shows three fateful meetings over five days of Songkran, the Thai New Year celebration. The first is between a Thai Artists and a Laos Woman, the second between a Thai guy and a Cambodian girl who get together in Phnom Penh. The third meetup is a Thai guy who hangs out with a Vietnamese guy in Phuket. Rated 15+
Your Go Movies Experience in Thailand
The go movies scene has always been vast with a growing number of cinemas opening and international movies produced around Thailand. Go to the movies remains a fun thing to do with your girlfriend or even alone. Most theatres offer comfortable chairs and luxury sofas if you’d like to sit VIP. Don’t be surprised that before a movie starts, you must show your respect to the Royal King of Thailand.
There are cinemas in every major city around Thailand. Check out the movie agendas at Apex at Siam Square, Century Movie Plaza, Embassy Diplomat Screens, House Rama, Major Cineplex, EGV, Esplanade, Mega, Paradise, Paragon and Quartier, Major Hollywood, SF cinemas and Vista Showtime in Chiang Mai.
Tickets to go movies depend on where you will go. Usual ticket prices are between 120 baht and 300 baht for a luxury sofa with blankets.
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