In Barcelona cinemas this week, you can enjoy the following films:
Chronicle - Three teenage friends make an incredible discovery that leads to them possessing telekinetic superpowers. Whilst it starts off being all fun and games, a dark side emerges from their personalities and their friendship bond is tested to the limit. As their lives begin to spiral out of control, they strive to achieve human normality once again in this mind-blowing sci-fi thriller.
Indomable (Haywire) - This action-packed hit sees Gina Carano play the role of an skilled black ops agent, Mallory Kane, who performs dangerous undercover missions at the orders of the US government. However, when an operation in Dublin goes wrong, Kane finds herself double-crossed and the target of an international manhunt. She must calculate who she can trust and who has betrayed her in a desperate attempt to save her family and her own life. Star-studded cast including Channing Tatum, Ewan McGregor, Michael Fassbender, Michael Douglas and Antonio Banderas.
Luces Rojas (Red Lights) - Two paranormal fraud investigators (Sigourney Weaver and Cilian Murphy) study the most diverse metaphysic phenomena to reveal how audiences are deceived by fraudulent schemes. However, when legendary psychic Simon Silver (Robert de Niro) returns after a 30-year absence, they become obsessed with discovering his secrets and they are led into a dangerous world of dark, inexplicable events. Psychological thriller from Rodrigo Cortés.
Una Aventura Extraordinaria (Big Miracle) - Based on the book Freeing the Whales by Tom Rose and inspired by the emotional true events that captivated the world, this family drama tells the heart-warming tale of a journalist in a small town in Alaska and his ex-girlfriend, a Greenpeace volunteer, who start a campaign together to help save a family of whales trapped in the ice of the Arctic circle. Determined not to give up hope, they appeal to people far and wide, from oil companies to the US military, in a bid to save these endangered animals before it's too late.