HBO line up movie fare for April

Mumbai: HBO has lined up a string of blockbusters in April. The fun and excitement rule the season as HBO brings for its audience the latest comedy premieres in HBO Blockbuster of the Month and HBO See It First and a special offering featuring the best of animation movies. Apart from the blockbusters, HBO, in support of Earth Day will also showcase a special Earth Day Representation, An Inconvenient Truth starring Al Gore which reveals the facts and exposes the myth about Global Warming.
Directed by Davis Guggenheim, this highly-renowned documentary is hosted by former United States Vice President and Noble Prize recipient Al Gore, an avid votary for action on climate change. The film tellingly describes the impact of climate change on various societies through Al Gore’s efforts to educate the public about the severity of the crisis, as it tracks his travels across continents and through some of the worst affected countries. This film brings home the message that we can no longer afford to view global warming as a political issue – rather, it is the biggest moral challenge facing our global civilization.
HBO’s Blockbuster of the month will keep everyone in splits as Eddie Murphy enthralls all with a unique double role in Norbit starring Eddie Murphy and Thandie Newton. This Academy Award nominated movie will premiere on 25 April.
You can also attend a premiere every Saturday night at 9 pm on HBO See It First, 52 weeks in a year! Blockbusters premiering this April on HBO See It First will include Charlotte’s Web on 5 April, Failure to Launch on 12 April, The Hitcher on 19 April and The Barnyard on 26 April.
HBO will also showcase animation movies including The Ant Bully on 6 April and Monster House on 13 April. The animation trail continues with the Academy Award winning Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit on 20 April and Open Season on 27 April.
Action films include Enter The Dragon on 6 April, Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone on 13 April and comedy flicks such as Look Who’s Talking Now on 20 April.

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