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Five reasons to watch MN+ in July

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MUMBAI: MN+ celebrates July with five themes – Centre Stage, Opening night, Hollywood select, Great Adaptations and the Academy club. Through all these five categories, MN+ is offering its viewers the critically acclaimed popular movies of English cinema.  Movies like, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. It will be shown on Sunday, 12 July, at 9 pm at the Centre Stage slot of MN+.

Times Network senior vice president and head English Entertainment Cluster Vivek Srivastava said, “MN+ has been hand-crafted for not just discerning movie lovers, but for cineastes as well. MN+ will showcase movies that are universally celebrated and debated. Keeping to this promise the other highlights for the month are, Gran Torino, About Schmidt, The Shawshank Redemption, Poltergeist , Ghostbusters, Fight Club, Poseidon, Woman in Black, The Golden Compass, Don’t  Say a  Word, Deamcatcher, Payback, Runaway Jury, The  Big Lebowski and a host of other popular films.”

Gran Torino is a2008 American drama film directed and produced by Clint Eastwood, who starred in the film too will be shown on Sunday, 19th July, at 9PM at the Opening Night slot.

Srivastava further added, “Our viewers are a focused lot who, by virtue of their intelligence and sensitivity, have the time and ability to appreciate only the best that life has to offer -- they seek to fill moments of leisure with the greatest value. MN+ is for those premium audiences that have the temperament to be choosy about what life has to offer and have evolved to value only the best, and so are our movie offerings.”

The American film critic, Emanuel Levy, stated that, “Alexander Payne's poignant series-comedy ‘About Schmidt’ is a sharply observed character study, featuring Jack Nicholson in a towering performance as an ordinary American embarking late in life on a journey of self-discovery”. Watch these movies under the Academy Club in this July in MN+.

Moreover, under the Hollywood Select category there are movies like Rush, Scent of A Woman, The Departed, Les Misérables, screened everyday at 9pm at MN+. In the month of July view these movies and more, in MN+, the gold class of movie viewing experience.

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