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Kyle Moore is the new kid at an American high-school after being uprooted due to his parents’ separation. Struggling to fit into his new hometown, he makes a friend in the form of classmate Lonnie. One day, Kyle is introduced to a magical app which has the ability to grant the wishes of those who use it in the form of status updates. Kyle can’t believe his luck, and takes advantage of his new-found fortune in band auditions, sports tryouts and on romantic adventures. But when teenage fame finds Kyle, he soon realises that he’s gone too far and must make amends for his actions. ‘Status Update’ is a timely teen fantasy-comedy which addresses the current debates and issues around social media usage.
Earnest drama exploring the effects of the internet on everyday American lives.
14+ years 120 mins
High-school comedy about a student who reinvents herself after discovering people see her as a gateway to her more popular friends.
14+ years 97 mins
Eye-opening documentary about Aaron Swartz – a brilliantly gifted thinker and internet information freedom activist.
14+ years 105 mins
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Biographical documentary 'McQueen' and indie romantic comedy 'The Boy Downstairs' are also new in cinemas, while 'Journey's End' leads this week's DVD releases.
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