The Holdovers

With five Oscar nominations and two Golden Globe Awards already picked up, Alexander Payne’s ‘dramedy’ premieres today in movie theaters across Greece.

Paul Giamatti, in the role of a cranky classics professor named Paul Hunham, is tasked with supervising a handful of students left on campus during a two-week winter break, “The Holdovers,” who have nowhere to go. The professor soon finds himself forming an unlikely bond with a trouble-making student and a grieving cook, all of whom are “stranded” on campus for their reasons.

Director: Alexander Payne

Cast: Paul Giamatti, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Dominic Sessa

Language: English

IMDB rating: 8/10

Production country: United States

Where to watch: Cinobo Opera, Mikrokosmos Cinema, Cinemax (Nirvana, Kifisia, Aello, Nana), Aigli cinema, Diana Cinema, Village cinemas, Tria Asteria Cinema, Atlantis Classic Cinemas, Cinerama digital Cinema, Anoixi Art Cinema, WestCity Cinemas, Maria-Elena Onar Cinema, Options cinemas, Varkiza Cinema, Municipal Cinema Cineac, Artemis Cinema.


Based on the 1991 biography of Enzo Ferrari: The Man, the Cars, the Races, the Machine by Brock Yates, Ferrari the film follows the personal and professional battles of the emblematic founder and manufacturer of Ferrari S.p.A, portrayed by Adam Driver. During the summer of 1957, with a looming corporate bankruptcy in sight, Enzo Ferrari bets everything he has on the legendary Mille Miglia, a dangerous 1,000-mile race across Italy.

Director: Michael Mann

Cast: Adam Driver, Penélope Cruz, Shailene Woodley

Language: English

IMDB rating: 6.8/10

Production countries: United States, Italy, United Kingdom

Where to watch: Astor Cinema, Cinemax (Nirvana, Kifisia, Aello, Nana), Village Cinemas, Sporting digital Cinema, Lampros Konstantaras-Rena Vlachopoulou Theatre, Foivos Cinema, WestCity Cinemas, Options Cinemas, Aliki Cinema

What Happens Later

Bill and Will are “exes” who are scheduled to board their respective flights until they unexpectedly meet each other as both their flights have been cancelled due to a heavy storm. Both are trapped at the airport and without having seen each other for the last 25 years, they find themselves rehashing their past, reminiscing about their relationship as well as reflecting on their present lives. A romantic comedy, with Meg Ryan as both protagonist and director.

Director: Meg Ryan

Cast: Meg Ryan, David Duchovny

Language: English

IMDB rating: 4.9/10

Production country: United States

Where to watch: Cinemax (Nirvana, Nana), Vilage Cinemas

The Bricklayer

Foreign journalists are targeted by a renegade insurgent who skillfully frames the CIA for the assassinations. A retired, highly skilled operative, portrayed by Aaron Eckhart, is persuaded to come out of retirement to restore the agency’s reputation. As he delves into the mission, he must navigate a complex web of international intrigue while confronting his troubled history.

Director: Renny Harlin

Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Nina Dobrev, Tim Blake Nelson

Language: English

IMDB rating: 5/10

Production country: United States

Where to watch: Village Cinemas, Cinemax Nana, Options cinemas