Do you have any plans to see a film this weekend?

With there being a romantic thriller, a true story and a romantic comedy, there is something for everyone to enjoy this weekend. While there are of course other films released this week, we have selected three productions people might like.

Directed by James Foley, the 2018 romantic thriller “Fifty Shades Freed” is the third and final instalment of the “Fifty Shades trilogy.”

Based on the E.L. James penned novel of the same title, the screenplay for “Fifty Shades Freed” was written by Niall Leonard.

In this instalment, Anastasia and Christian get married, but Jack Hyde continues to threaten their relationship.

With David S. Clark, Richard Francis-Bruce and Debra Neil-Fisher having been responsible for editing this third instalment of the trilogy, there is something quantifiably professional that can be said for this film. We are talking about people that worked on films such as “Captain Phillips” (2013), “Truth” (2015) and the television series “How to Beat Your Sister-in-Law (at everything)” (2017-).

Scheduled for release in the United States on Friday, 9 Feb. 2018, the Eastwood directed film “The 15:17 to Paris” is based on a true story of three American Soldiers.

The film stars Alek Skarlatos, Anthony Sadler and Spencer Stone as themselves. It follows the trio as the stop the 2015 Thalys train attack.

Further to Skarlatos, Sadler and Stone, the production also featured Judy Greer and Jenna Fischer.

If you are in the mood for romantic comedy, this film is possibly the one for you.

With a screenplay co-written by Santiago Limón and Issa López, “La Boda de Valentina” is ased on a story idea by Beto Gómez.

Valentina (Marimar Vega) has the perfect life in America. Her universe trembles when Jason (Ryan Carnes), her boyfriend, proposes marriage and she must confront her family, the Hidalgo, the most chaotic and surreal political dynasty in the history of Mexico.

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Shain E. Thomas, a contributor to the Handbook of Texas Online, is a University of North Texas graduate student majoring in Library Information Science.

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