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VIDEO: Your weekend movies... Only Lovers Left Alive

Cinema trip this weekend? brings you snippets from new releases to help you decide where to put your money…

WHICH NEW MOVIE release is worth the price of a cinema ticket this weekend?

We’re here to help you decide just that, with these trailers.

Only Lovers Left Alive

(Madman Films/YouTube)

For fans of: Never-ending love

Avoid if: You’re not a vampire fan

The ghostly Tilda Swinton plays a vampire who joins the love of her life (Tom Hiddleston – who is having a bit of a ‘moment’ right now) in Motor City in order to relieve him from his depression. But when her sister shows up (Mia Wasikowska), things go pears-shaped.

  • critics’ rating: 83 per cent. Audience rating:  93 per cent want to see

Nymphomaniac I & II

(Nymphomaniac the Movie/YouTube)

For fans of: Sex

Avoid if: You’re looking for a film to watch with your parents

This is Lars Von Trier’s latest, it comes (boom!) in two parts and it’s about a sex addict. Need we say more?

  • critics’ rating: 88 per cent. Audience rating: 91 per cent want to see

A New York Winter’s Tale

(Warner Bros UK trailers/YouTube)

For fans of: Colin Farrell,

Avoid if: The trailer confuses you as much as it confuses us

Farrell (retaining his own accent) plays a thief wanted dead by Russell Crowe (sporting a God-awful Irish accent) who falls in love with a rich young woman (Jessica Brown-Findlay), who’s, er, dying. There’s time-travel involved AND true love. Much drama.

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