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Clemency (15)


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Wednesday 23 Sep 202012:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1hr 52m

From writer-director Chinonye Chukwu, Alfre Woodard stars as Bernadine Williams, a prison warden increasingly troubled by her role in America’s execution system.
Years of carrying out death row executions have taken a toll on Bernadine. As she prepares to execute inmate Anthony Woods (Aldis Hodge), Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, ultimately connecting her to the man she is sanctioned to kill.
The moral and ethical debates around the death penalty rarely touch on the toll it takes on the people involved, but that’s the grey area Chukwu explores with a humanist’s touch and a keen ear for all her characters. It’s anchored by Woodard’s minimalist, magnetic performance as the jaded Williams, numbed by her work, floundering in her marriage to her frustrated teacher husband (Wendell Pierce), and heading to the bar after work with increasing frequency, hoping to treat her PTSD-fuelled insomnia with alcohol. It takes an actor of Woodard's calibre to show us how Bernadine arrived at this point, and why she finds herself so conflicted. A masterwork.

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Notting Hill (1999) (15)

Notting Hill (1999)

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Wednesday 23 Sep 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 2hr 1m

From rom-com power-duo: director Roger Michell and writer Richard Curtis, Julia Roberts delivers a top performance as she falls for Hugh Grant in this enduringly adorable, warm-hearted love story.
Hugh Grant is William Thacker, an average bloke and bumbling bookshop owner whose humdrum existence is thrown into turmoil when (unbeknownst to him) the world’s most famous actress Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) appears in his shop. Anna buys a book from William's shop and later collides messily with him on a street corner. She accompanies him home to clean herself up, and from there springs an unlikely romance. However, the path of true love is littered with obstacles, not least the media, the adoring fans and the differences in their lifestyles.

Add to the mix William’s outrageous housemate Spike - the role that made a star of Rhys Ifans and the wonderful (but since it’s release, sadly lost) Emma Chambers as William’s wacky sister, Honey. Not forgetting a pre-Downton Hugh Bonneville as the dopey Bernie. For all its cheesiness, Notting Hill provides a very great deal of pleasure, and a year-round indulgence, not just a Valentine’s viewing!

My Rembrandt (12A)

My Rembrandt

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Thursday 24 Sep 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1hr 37m

Set in the world of the Old Masters, My Rembrandt offers a mosaic of gripping stories in which unrestrained passion for Rembrandt’s paintings leads to dramatic developments and unexpected plot turns.
While art collectors such as Eijk and Rose-Marie De Mol van Otterloo, the American Thomas Kaplan and the Scottish Duke of Buccleuch show us their special connection with ‘their’ Rembrandt, French baron Eric de Rothschild puts two Rembrandts up for sale, triggering a hard political battle between the Rijksmuseum and the Louvre.
The film also follows aristocratic Dutch art dealer Jan Six as he seems to be on the trail of not just one but two ‘new’ Rembrandt paintings. This nerve-wrecking journey of discovery seems to be the realization of his biggest boyhood dream. But when he is accused of having violated an agreement with another art dealer, his world looks about to collapse. The film allows us a fascinating insight into what makes the work of this Dutch master painter so special and why his work touches people so deeply.

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Enter the Dragon (1973) (18)

Enter the Dragon (1973)

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Thursday 24 Sep 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1hr 39m

A genre-defining movie referenced to this day in everything from TV and film to music and fashion, Enter the Dragon is arguably the best loved film from Bruce Lee’s tragically short career.
Alongside Lee is Jim Kelly - a karate champion with a formidable Afro haircut and laid-back countenance that suggested barely-channelled aggression. As an actor, Kelly was so self-controlled and deliberate he could make Lee look like Al Pacino. Kelly enjoyed a brief career as a star of B-movies, caught in a perfect storm between the twin booms in kung fu and blaxploitation.
It also stars the late, great film star John Saxon as a fellow tournament competitor. Saxon appeared in nearly 200 roles across film and TV over his more-than half-century-long career. Lee plays a Shaolin master sent on a mission by the secret service to infiltrate a crime lord’s private island by participating in a fighting tournament. Showcasing the star’s astonishing athletic ability as well as his joyous onscreen charisma and charm. The matches combine skills in Karate, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, Tai Chi Chuan and HapKiDo.
An epically staged, ultra stylish and thrilling fight film of the highest order.

The Shawshank Redemption (15)

The Shawshank Redemption

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Friday 25 Sep 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 2h 17m

Frank Darabont’s adaptation of Stephen King was, and still is adored by audiences and critics alike. The uplifting and deeply moving prison drama struggled in the box office to begin with, competing with Pulp Fiction and Forrest Gump, then having to do the same at the Academy Awards, being nominated in seven categories but winning none.

The film takes place in Shawshank State Prison in Maine, where Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) has just been sent after being convicted and sentenced to a life term for a double murder, though he stubbornly proclaims his innocence. Fellow lifer, Red (Morgan Freeman) picks Andy as the most likely new recruit to crack under the harsh realities of prison life, of which he is quickly introduced to. Corrupt wardens, sadistic guards, and inmates who will willingly use beating to insure their dominance. Shockingly to Red, Andy does not crack, his intelligence and dignity help him to prevail behind bars.

Robbins and Freeman are outstanding in their roles as some of the most endearing characters in cinema history, and Darabont creates a world inside the prison that you can’t help but dive straight into, something he did again five years later with The Green Mile.

Simply marvellous entertainment.

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Unhinged (15)


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Friday 25 Sep 202019:15 Book Now (Selling Well)

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Film run time: 1hr 33m

Russell Crowe stars in Derrick Borte’s Unhinged, a psychological thriller that takes something we've all experienced - road rage - to an unpredictable and terrifying conclusion.
Rachel (Caren Pistorius) is running late getting to work when she crosses paths with a stranger (Crowe) at a traffic light. Soon, Rachel finds herself and everyone she loves the target of a man who feels invisible and is looking to make one last mark upon the world by teaching her a series of deadly lessons. What follows is a dangerous game of cat and mouse that proves you never know who you're driving next to.
This barnstorming road-rage thriller is the first post-lockdown title that dares to give us pre-pandemic cinematic pleasures. Buckle up for the guilty thrill of seeing a star who's played square-jawed icons - from Robin Hood to Superman's dad - going full Mad Maximus. Are you not entertained?

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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (12A)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

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Saturday 26 Sep 202012:00 Book Now

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Film run time: 263m *Extended Version 2020 Re-Issue*

Returning to the big screen this month - almost 20 years since their cinematic journey first began - comes Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings - one of the greatest trilogies in film history, and in it’s extended edition format.

In bringing J.R.R. Tolkien's nearly unfilmable work to the screen, Jackson benefited from extraordinary special effects, evocative New Zealand scenery, and an exceptionally well-chosen cast, but most of all from his own adaptation with co-writers Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, preserving Tolkien's vision and often his very words - whilst making logical changes to accommodate the medium of film.

Winning big at the Oscars (seventeen awards in total, including best picture for Return of the King!) and the box office, it did so for a good reason: it’s utterly epic!

Watching them again, the films still feel perfect, and though there may be some bad jokes, and perfectionists may wish that more of the books made it on screen, the sheer scale that Jackson gets to by the final chapter is one of the great achievements of cinema.

An American Pickle (12A)

An American Pickle

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Saturday 26 Sep 202019:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1hr 28m

A bold time‑travel satire with bite. Seth Rogen takes on two roles with aplomb in this fish-out-of-water comedy.

Rogen stars as Herschel Greenbaum, a struggling laborer who immigrated to America in 1919 with dreams of building a better life for his beloved family. One day, while working at his factory job, he falls into a vat of pickles and is brined for 100 years. The brine preserves him perfectly and when he emerges in present day Brooklyn, he finds that he hasn't aged a day. But when he seeks out his family, he is troubled to learn that his only surviving relative is his great grandson, Ben Greenbaum (also played by Rogen), a mild-mannered computer coder whom Herschel can't even begin to understand. Rogen's acting alongside himself is the film's most potent ingredient. In Herschel and Ben, he creates two very distinct characters with two sets of unique mannerisms. While its gags about politics are slippery, the film is surprisingly adept at handling the more substantial theme of generational guilt.

Bugsy Malone (1976) (U)

Bugsy Malone (1976)

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Film run time: 1hr 30m

Shown in remembrance of the late, great Alan Parker (1944-2020). This musical pastiche of 1930s gangster films continues to shine.

Envisioning a strange but convincingly detailed mob-ruled fantasy world containing no actors older than 17, the film follows a turf war between rival bosses Fat Sam (John Cassisi) and Dandy Dan (Martin Lev), the latter of whom owns a terrible and mysterious weapon called the "Splurge Gun", which "finishes" whoever it hits.

His empire rapidly shrinking, Sam enlists the help of a down-and-out boxing promoter named Bugsy Malone (Scott Baio), who finds a reason to fight when he falls for Blousey Brown (Florrie Dugger), an aspiring singer with dreams of Hollywood.

Despite its bizarre premise, the film is grounded by both the outstanding mock-period music of Paul Williams and the total conviction of its young cast, who treat the story completely seriously and make the audience do likewise.

Notable cast members include Jodie Foster, who had just played a key role in Taxi Driver, and Dexter Fletcher, who has a small but crucial part as "Baby Face".

The Blues Brothers (1980) (15)

The Blues Brothers (1980)

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Sunday 27 Sep 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 2hr 22m

An epic musically charged comedy, The Blues Brothers is still a raucous party.

From director John Landis (An American Werewolf in London) it transcended its original cult status through enormous international success - hard to believe it was developed from a mere Saturday Night Live sketch!

Co-written by Landis and lead Dan Aykroyd, the latter starring as Elwood Blues, and John Belushi as “Joliet” Jake Blues. Just as Jake gets his parole, after a three-year prison sentence, the Blues Brothers learn that the Catholic orphanage in which they were raised faces closure - unless $5,000 is raised for the property taxes.

Their “mission from God” to raise the money in a very short space of time sets them at odds with neo-Nazis, a country and western band, the ‘mystery woman’ (Carrie Fisher - having just starred in The Empire Strikes Back), all the while being pursued by the police!

They find their old friends in unlikely places, like a restaurant run by Aretha Franklin, a music shop run by Ray Charles, and a gospel church run by James Brown.

Bride and Prejudice (2004) (12A)

Bride and Prejudice (2004)

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Monday 28 Sep 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1hr 47m

Writer/director Gurinder Chadha of previous East/West hybrid Bend It Like Beckham, and more recently Blinded by the Light brings the exotic sounds, vibrant colours, and ecstatic dancing of Bollywood and collides them with the cunning storytelling of Jane Austen.
When smart, outspoken Lalita Bakshi (Aishwarya Rai) meets Will Darcy (Martin Henderson), she finds this American businessman arrogant and conceited – but because his best friend is falling in love with her sister; Lalita agrees to travel around India with Darcy. On the trip, a childhood friend of Darcy's named Johnny (Daniel Gillies) both tickles Lalita's fancy and confirms her worst suspicions about Darcy. But as events unfold, Lalita wonders if she hasn't misjudged Darcy – and Johnny.
Rai commands the screen like a true star (unsurprisingly, she's a huge name in India, and had already starred in a more homegrown Austen adaptation: I Have Found It, based on Sense & Sensibility).
For Western audiences unfamiliar with the freewheeling exuberance of Indian cinema – wild musical numbers can break out at almost any moment – Bride & Prejudice offers an engaging taste of this fantastic cinematic style.

Hope Gap (12A)

Hope Gap

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Film run time: 1hr 41m

Grace (Annette Bening) and Edward (Bill Nighy), married for 29 years, live in a small seaside town near a cove under the cliffs called Hope Gap. When their son Jamie (Josh O’Connor) comes to visit for the weekend, Edward informs him that he plans to leave Grace, that same day.
Tracking the unraveling of three lives, through stages of shock, disbelief, and anger, to a resolution of sorts.

There are no villains; only good people who’ve lived too long with old mistakes and are now paying the price. There are no easy answers and no simple paths to redemption. A husband, a wife, a son are forced to face hard truths, and out of those truths to fashion new lives. In the end, Hope Gap is a story of survival. Unraveled and feeling displaced in her small seaside town, Grace ultimately regains her footing and discovers a new, powerful voice.

Filmmaker William Nicholson's anatomy of his parents' own broken marriage rides high on superb performances from Annette Bening and Bill Nighy and raw emotions that cut deep.

La Haine (1995) (S) (15)

La Haine (1995) (S)

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Tuesday 29 Sep 202019:15 Book Now (+ Special Intro. Selling Well)

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Film run time: 2hr 2m

A Cinematic Odyssey - Postcards from Europe

Hard-hitting and breathtakingly effective, La Haine takes an uncompromising look at long-festering social and economic divisions affecting 1990s Paris.
Based on real events, La Haine focuses on three friends over the course of one day in the housing projects of suburban Paris in the aftermath of a riot. Vinz (Vincent Cassel), who is Jewish, Hubert (Hubert Kounde), who is Black, and Said (Said Taghmaoui), who is Arabic, are young men from the lower rungs of the French economic ladder; they have no jobs, few prospects, and no productive way to spend their time. They hang out and wander the streets as a way of filling their days and are sometimes caught up in frequent skirmishes between the police and other disaffected youth. With tension in the air and the police on constant surveillance, it’s not long before prejudice and hostility turns into violence, with tragic consequences.

Mathieu Kassovitz’s bold and inventive film, beautifully shot by Pierre Aïm, may be 25 years old, but in terms of its themes of social and economic divide and urban discontent, it feels just as fresh and relevant now.

This film will have a short introduction from Dr Paul Sutton.

Summerland (12A)


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Wednesday 30 Sep 202012:30 Book Now
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Film run time: 1h 40m

Following the story of a fiercely independent folklore investigator, Alice (Gemma Arterton) who secludes herself in her clifftop study in Kent.

When spirited young Frank (Lucas Bond), an evacuee from the London Blitz, is dumped into her irritable care, his innocence and wonder unlock deeply buried and painful secrets in Alice's past, and make her re-evaluate what it really means to free your imagination. Bravely embracing life's miraculous unpredictability, Alice learns that wounds may be healed, hope and second chances do exist, and any woman must defiantly be two things: who and what she wants. As she lets Frank in, memories start to flood her consciousness: a touch of a hand at the opera, a romantic weekend spent swimming and romping with her former lover, Vera (Gugu Mbatha-Raw). Alice’s desperate, angry sorrow suddenly all makes sense.

From Britain's strongest new voice, the Olivier Award winning breakthrough writer/director Jessica Swale, Summerland inspires our audience with daringly honest and contemporary themes - an intensely emotional journey of womanhood and self-discovery, love and friendship.

Babyteeth (15)


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Film run time: 1h 58m

Powerfully acted and sensitively directed, Babyteeth offers audiences a coming-of-age story that's messier - and more rewarding - than most.

When seriously ill teenager Milla (Eliza Scanlen, Little Women, Sharp Objects) falls madly in love with small time drug dealer Moses (Toby Wallace), it's her parents' worst nightmare. But as Milla's first brush with love brings her a new lust for life, things get messy and traditional morals go out the window. Milla soon shows everyone in her orbit - her parents, Moses, a sensitive music teacher, a budding child violinist, and a disarmingly honest pregnant neighbour - how to live like you have nothing to lose.

In her feature debut, Shannon Murphy offers the same dark absurdity as her work on Killing Eve side by side with the bright, Australian sun making everything look a touch more lurid, like a holiday postcard. Babyteeth offers us life, amplified.

Motherless Brooklyn (15)

Motherless Brooklyn

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Friday 2 Oct 202013:30 Book Now
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Film run time: 2h 21m

Edward Norton’s 1950s set murder mystery offers strong performances and a unique perspective making this a film worth investigating.

Set against the backdrop of 1950s New York, Motherless Brooklyn follows Lionel Essrog (Edward Norton), a lonely private detective living with Tourette Syndrome, as he ventures to solve the murder of his mentor and only friend, Frank Minna (Bruce Willis). Armed only with a few clues and the engine of his obsessive mind, Lionel unravels closely-guarded secrets that hold the fate of the whole city in the balance. In a mystery that carries him from gin-soaked jazz clubs in Harlem to the hard-edged slums of Brooklyn and, finally, into the gilded halls of New York's power brokers, Lionel contends with thugs, corruption and the most dangerous man in the city to honour his friend and save the woman who might be his own salvation.

With Norton and Willis are star turns from Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Willem Dafoe, Bobby Cannavale and Alec Baldwin.

It took Norton two decades to get Motherless Brooklyn made, and the result is a film that's wondrously out of time: one in which the hero isn't out to save the world, just understand it.

Dark Waters (12A)

Dark Waters

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Friday 2 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 2h 7min

A perfectly-timed legal thriller that sees Avengers star Mark Ruffalo learn a secret regarding an all-powerful company. The pursuit of which could destroy his career, his family, and his life.

Based on the 2016 article "The Lawyer Who Became DuPont's Worst Nightmare", Todd Haynes directs this true story after brilliant work on films such as Bob Dylan biopic I’m Not There and the 2015’s Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara-starring Carol. His lead, Mark Ruffalo, has become most famous for on-screen anger as Bruce Banner / The Hulk. But in Dark Waters, it is the chemical conglomerate DuPont who won’t like him when he’s angry. Not known for keeping quiet about politics in his personal life, and regularly championing environmental causes, in particular campaigning against fracking, Ruffalo is a deft bit of casting for the role of Robert Bilott.

When attorney Robert Bilott is approached with the information that chemical company DuPont is secretly culpable in a string of unexplained deaths, he decides to take on the lawsuit that begins to put his career, his wife (Anne Hathaway) and his safety at grave risk.

Black Panther (12A)

Black Panther

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Saturday 3 Oct 202013:30 Book Now
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Film run time: 2h 14m

Following the tragic loss of the great Chadwick Boseman in September, The Odyssey is proud to welcome the most important superhero film ever made back to our screen – an action-packed celebration of African culture and black excellence that has inspired millions across the world since its release in 2018.

After fighting alongside (and against) the Avengers and still mourning his father’s death, T’Challa (Boseman) returns home to inherit the throne of Wakanda – the world’s most technologically-advanced nation, hidden deep in the heart of Africa. But when an old foe re-emerges and outside influences put the future of the kingdom in jeopardy, the new king must gather his allies for a battle to save not just his people, but the entire world.

Featuring an exceptional supporting cast in the form of Michael B. Jordan (Just Mercy), Lupita Nyong’o (Us), Letitia Wright (Death on the Nile) and Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out), Ryan Coogler’s landmark contribution to the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe is as thrilling as it is thought-provoking and utterly vital – especially in light of events since its release.

Don’t miss the chance to relive the film that made Chadwick Boseman a king, both on screen and off.

David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet (PG)

David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet

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Saturday 3 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 23m

One man has seen more of the natural world than any other. This unique feature documentary is his witness statement.

In his 94 years, David Attenborough has visited every continent on the globe, exploring the wild places of our planet and documenting the living world in all its variety and wonder. Now, for the first time he reflects upon both the defining moments of his lifetime as a naturalist and the devastating changes he has seen.

Honest, revealing and urgent, this is a powerful first-hand account of humanity’s impact on nature and a message of hope for future generations.

Created by award-winning natural history filmmakers Silverback Films and global conservation organisation WWF, the film is Directed by Alastair Fothergill, Jonnie Hughes and Keith Scholey and Executive Produced by Colin Butfield.

Celebrated British naturalist Sir David Attenborough has a broadcasting career spanning over six decades. His work includes: Life on Earth, Planet Earth and more recently the Netflix original documentary series Our Planet.

After the film, audiences will have the unique chance to watch a very special, exclusive conversation between Sir David Attenborough and Sir Michael Palin. This will only be available in cinemas.

Parasite (S) (15)

Parasite (S)

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Sunday 4 Oct 202013:30 Book Now
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Film run time: 2h 13m

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Winning the Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay AND Best International Feature at this years’ Oscars, director Bong Joon Ho’s masterful genre-hopping thriller is a definite big screen must-see.

In the South Korean capital of Seoul, the wealthy Park family and the down on their luck Kim family are brought together; the Kim’s youngest son seizes the opportunity to bluff his way into becoming a tutor for the Park’s young daughter in their luxurious mansion home.

This soon becomes a symbiotic bond between the two families as more of the Kim’s become indispensable employees of the wealthy family who in turn provide financial stability to the Kim’s.

That is until an interloper threatens to disrupt the relationship between the two clans. Using the theme of class division that Joon Ho expertly explored in his previous film Snowpiercer, Parasite is an expertly woven thriller utilizing hypnotic performances from a sterling cast (including Joon Ho’s frequent collaborator Song Kang-ho as the patriarch of the Kim family), subtle tonal shifts and deliciously black humour to both entertain and disorientate as the film shifts and shimmies it’s way to a startling climax.

The Elephant Man (1980) (12A)

The Elephant Man (1980)

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Sunday 4 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 58min

This 40-year-old, multi award-winning film is now newly restored in digital 4K, overseen by director David Lynch.

John Hurt, transformed by incredible make-up, plays the real-life Joseph Merrick (re-named John for the film), dubbed ‘The Elephant Man’ due to his physical appearance. He’s rescued from an East End freak show by Dr Frederick Treves (Anthony Hopkins), who places him in a hospital, yet Merrick finds himself subjected to similar morbid curiosity by the medical profession and members of Victorian high society.
Hurt’s quietly magnificent performance, the extraordinary depiction of the underbelly of Victorian London, the atmospheric black and white photography, and Lynch’s trademark experimental touches, make for a haunting and memorable tale.
As is the case with all of Lynch’s films, they really sing in a cinema, everyone should get a chance to see this film; for those of an open mind, and a caring soul, there is nothing else like it.

Military Wives (12A)

Military Wives

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Wednesday 7 Oct 202012:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 53m

In 2011, amidst competition from Little Mix and Lou Monte’s ‘Dominick the Donkey’, an unexpected contender took the coveted Christmas number one: a poem of letters sent between soldiers and their loved ones, sung by a choir of servicemen’s wives and partners.

Taking inspiration from their rise to fame, Peter Cattaneo (The Full Monty) brings a story of quiet endurance and liberation to cinemas, showing how a simple escape from military life could capture the hearts of millions.

Kristin Scott Thomas (Darkest Hour) and Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe) star as the uptight Kate and the laid-back Lisa, two dramatically-different women both living in fear for their husbands and sons in Afghanistan. The two’s attitudes inevitably clash after forming a choir for their fellow wives and partners, but will they be able to put their disagreements aside when the invitation of a lifetime arrives: a chance to perform at the Royal Albert Hall.

Though familiar to most, Cattaneo’s take on the Military Wives’ Choir story has a touching blend of humour, tears and soul-stirring achievement. Fans of Calendar Girls and Kinky Boots will especially not want to miss this wonderful tale of finding joy amidst incredible hardship.

Amélie (2001) (S) (15)

Amélie (2001) (S)

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Film run time: 1hr 57m

Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s playful modern fairytale made Audrey Tautou an overnight star as a mischievous Parisienne pursuing love and happiness in her own inimitable fashion.

At a tiny Parisian café, the adorable yet painfully shy Amelie accidentally discovers a gift for helping others. Soon Amelie is spending her days as a Cupid, guardian angel and all-around do-gooder. But when she bumps into a handsome stranger (Mathieu Kassovitz), will she find the courage to become the star of her very own love story?

Amelie is both the story of its heroine’s eccentric quest for love and an affectionate, shamelessly old-fashioned portrait of Paris, particularly the picturesque area around Montmartre and the eccentric characters living there. Visually brilliant, fast-moving and full of cinephile in-references, Amelie is also instantly accessible and entertaining.

As Jeunet and the brilliant cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel spin the camera around Paris, from Montmartre to Notre Dame, and Yann Tiersen’s unmistakable piano and accordion soundtrack swells, it’s hard not to fall under the spell of this moonstruck romance.

BFI London Film Festival 2020: Herself (15)

BFI London Film Festival 2020: Herself

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Thursday 8 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 38m

The 64th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express and Picturehouse are delighted to present a screening of Phyllida Lloyd’s Herself.

Screening as part of the BFI London Film Festival 2020.

The 64th BFI London Film Festival (7 to 18 October) is all across the UK, inviting you to experience the world’s best new films wherever you are. Twelve days of UK premieres are available to enjoy online via BFI Player or in cinemas at BFI Southbank, around London, and throughout the UK.

Herself is one of only thirteen films selected to screen in cinemas.
Part of the ‘Love’ strand.

Phyllida Lloyd (The Iron Lady, Mamma Mia!) reunites with her all-female Shakespeare collaborators, Clare Dunne and Harriet Walter, for a stirring drama about a woman who refuses to be broken.

Sandra (Dunne) is a young Dublin-based Mum struggling to provide her two young daughters with a safe, happy home after leaving an abusive relationship. When it becomes clear that the local council won’t provide that home, she decides to build one herself. Sandra calls on the support of a new community of friends, including her employer Peggy (Walter). As a first time screenwriter (working in collaboration with Malcom Campbell), Dunne impresses with her finely-crafted story of darkness and eventual triumph. And as an actor she energises this drama, utterly convincing as a woman beaten down by circumstance and failures of the State, but defiantly refusing to give up.

Labyrinth (1986) (U)

Labyrinth (1986)

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Friday 9 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 38m

This endlessly surprising and creature-filled fairy tale comes from the minds of Muppet maestro Jim Henson, Star Wars creator George Lucas, Monty Python’s Terry Jones and legendary designer Brian Froud.

When Fantasy-loving suburban 16-year-old Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) discovers that her baby brother Toby has been kidnapped, she must make her way through a fiendishly complex magical maze, in just thirteen hours, to win him back from Jareth, the Goblin King.

David Bowie delivers a wonderfully mysterious and magical performance as the Goblin King, providing the film with five memorable songs and a series of unfeasibly tight trousers.

With filming locations including West Wycombe, Elstree Studios and Hampstead Heath, it’s a real treat to welcome it home to the big screen this autumn.
With their technical astonishments, Director Henson and Executive Producer Lucas have been faithful to the pioneering Disney spirit. In suggesting the thrilling dilemmas that await a wise child, they have flown worlds beyond Walt.

Back to the Future (1985) (PG)

Back to the Future (1985)

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Saturday 10 Oct 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 56m

Experience the future all over again with Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, in Robert Zemeckis’s iconic time-travelling adventure, here for its 35th anniversary.

When High schooler Marty McFly (Fox) is blasted to 1955 in a DeLorean time machine, created by the eccentric Doc Brown (Lloyd), he finds himself mixed up in a time-shattering chain reaction that could vaporize his future – and leave him trapped in the past.

Filled with the humorous ideology of the 50s but filtered through the knowledge of the 80s, Back to the Future is packed with memorable effects and gripping action, and with one of the most euphoric musical moments ever recorded.

Seeing Marty McFly perform Johnny B. Goode with the Starlighters at the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance is guaranteed to blow your socks off and your kids are gonna love it.

It’s an unrivalled classic that truly stands the test of time, entertainingly dealing with the child's eternal question: If my parents had never met, where would that leave me?

Come and celebrate our grand re-re-opening with 1.21 gigawatts of nostalgia and joy.

The New Mutants (15)

The New Mutants

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Film run time: 1h 34m

Rahne Sinclair (Maisie Williams), Illyana Rasputin (Anya Taylor-Joy), Sam Guthrie (Charlie Heaton) and Roberto da Costa (Henry Zaga) are four young mutants being held in an isolated hospital for psychiatric monitoring.

Dr. Cecilia Reyes (Alice Braga), believing the teenagers are a danger both to themselves and to society as a whole, keeps a close eye on them as she struggles to teach them how to rein in their mutant abilities. When newcomer Danielle "Dani" Moonstar (Blu Hunt) joins the other patients in the facility, strange occurrences begin to take place. The hospital's patients are plagued by hallucinations and flashbacks, and their new mutant abilities - and their friendships - will be tested as they battle to try to make it out alive.

Bolstered by a strong cast and a heartfelt romance, The New Mutants is a solid character drama with hints of horror.

Max Richter's Sleep (PG)

Max Richter's Sleep

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Monday 12 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 40m

Could you use a good night’s sleep? Then don’t miss this gorgeous film that joins music, neuroscience, and the universal experience of sleep that unites us all.

Acclaimed composer and musician Max Richter, behind the music of Taboo, Ad Astra and Waltz With Bashir and a string of highly successful solo albums, created a ‘global phenomenon’ with his 8-hour opus SLEEP at an open-air concert in Los Angeles, composed for a sleeping audience. Join us for this stunning documentary that follows the music, performances and album as Richter creates ‘a meditative respite from the rush and chaos of the modern world’.

Directed by the Emmy-nominated Natalie Johns (I Am Thalente), we see Richter and his creative partner, artist and BAFTA-winning filmmaker Yulia Mahr navigate this enormously ambitious project with concert footage in Los Angeles, Berlin, Sydney and Paris, and Richter’s conversations with neuroscientist David Eagleman about the workings of the human mind while at rest.

“It’s protest music against this sort of very super industrialised, intense, mechanised way of living right now. It's a political work in that sense. It’s a call to arms to stop what we’re doing”.

The Roads Not Taken (15)

The Roads Not Taken

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Film run time: 1h 25m

Drawing on her own experiences of caring for her younger brother, Director Sally Potter brings together the ever-excellent Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, Skyfall) and Elle Fanning (Super 8, Trumbo) to tell an incredibly moving story of unconditional love in the hardest of situations, parallel lives and one simple question: “What if?”.

The film follows a day in the life of Leo (Bardem), a man suffering from early-onset dementia and cared for by his visiting daughter Molly (Fanning). Whilst Molly wrestles with both her father’s condition and her own future, Leo is on a hallucinatory journey through two alternative lives he could have led – a romance that never was with his childhood sweetheart Dolores (Salma Hayek), and a life spent pondering an unfinished novel alone on an idyllic Greek island. All the while, Molly tries to reach into the depths of her father’s soul, attempting to discover what lies behind his almost-vacant exterior.

Thoughtful and intensely personal, The Roads Not Taken is a reminder of the lives we all could have lived, as well as of those who join us on the paths we choose to walk.

Love Sarah (12A)

Love Sarah

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Thursday 15 Oct 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 37m

Imagine Richard Curtis adapting Bake Off and you’re close to the sugar high of this slice of cinematic comfort food.

Determined to fulfil her late mother’s dream of opening a bakery in charming Notting Hill, 19-year-old Clarissa (Shannon Tarbet) enlists the help of her mother’s best friend Isabella (Shelley Conn) and her eccentric estranged grandmother Mimi (Celia Imrie).

Three generations of women will need to overcome grief, doubts, and differences to honour the memory of their beloved Sarah (Candice Brown, winner of the seventh series of The Great British Bake Off) while embarking on a journey to establish a London bakery filled with love, hope and colourful pastries from all over the world.

Jake Brunger’s smart script asks the question ‘there are four other bakers within five minutes’ walk. What makes yours so special?’ and director Eliza Schroeder answers it by clutching the city’s ethnic diversity to her movie’s heart. While Love Sarah is set in a chocolate-boxy west London, full of quaint mews, dance studios and cutesy boutiques – it’s also a place of community, congregation and diversity.

White Riot (15)

White Riot

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Britain, 1977: with the economy in crisis, the National Front on the march in towns across the country and pop stars stoking the flames of racial hatred, it was punk that sounded the rallying cry to fight the far-right head on.

Within a few short years, a movement had exploded out of the pages of fanzines and the NME onto the streets, uniting thousands of young people across Britain under the common cause of anti-racism and a love of music. This is the story of Rock Against Racism, as told by those who were there.

But this was far from an easy battle. Using new interviews with the likes of R.A.R. founder Red Saunders, Pauline Black of The Selecter and Mykaell Riley of Steel Pulse, director Rubika Shah paints a picture of a movement that fought opposition from all sides to bring their DIY message of unity and anti-fascism to the world.

All set to a pulsing soundtrack featuring The Clash, X-Ray Spex and Tom Robinson, get set for a film that brings all the sound and fury of punk’s heyday back to life on the big screen.

Calamity Jane (1953) (U)

Calamity Jane (1953)

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Join us for this Oscar-winning classic, starring Doris Day as the gun-toting, whip-cracking Wild West whirlwind.

Calamity Jane is a rootin', tootin' shootin' hoyden in the western town of Deadwood. When she isn't tearing up the town, Jane spends her time cussing out Wild Bill Hickok (Howard Keel).

The plot gets under way when Jane promises the citizens of Deadwood that she can persuade classy Chicago stage star Adelaide Adams (Gale Robbins) to perform at the local opry house. Through a case of mistaken identity, Jane brings Adelaide's maid Katie (Allyn Ann McLerie) back to town, but Katie proves to be a success all the same.

There are wide-open Technicolor Western spaces, lots of high-stepping dances and a hummable humdinger of a score by Academy Award-winning songwriters Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster. Taking their first Oscar for the classic ballad Secret Love, the song became a million-selling hit for Doris Day – one of Hollywood's most iconic stars, in this, one of her most beloved roles.

Rocky (1976) (12A)

Rocky (1976)

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Film run time: 1h 57m

In Nov 1976, Sylvester Stallone was vaulted to "the hottest new star" of the year with the debut of Rocky.

The film, which claimed the best picture Oscar at the 49th Academy Awards, became a pop-culture milestone and an enduring franchise for Stallone and it's finally back in cinemas with a smashing 4K restoration print.

Rocky Balboa (Stallone), is a small-time boxer from working-class Philadelphia, who seems to be going nowhere. In his spare time, Rocky visits the J&M Tropical Fish pet shop to buy food for his pet turtles. There he discovers Adrian Pennino (Talia Shire), a shy sales assistant who does not understand Rocky’s desire to be a boxer. A romance blossoms between the two. Followed by a stroke of fate putting Rocky in the ring with a world heavyweight champion, Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers), Rocky knows that it’s his one shot at the big time, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to go the distance and prove himself.

The Lord of the Rings:The Fellowship of the Ring (12A)

The Lord of the Rings:The Fellowship of the Ring

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Saturday 17 Oct 202012:00 Book Now

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Film run time: 3h 48m (approx) *Extended Edition 2020 Re-Issue*

Assisted by a Fellowship of heroes, Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood) plunges into a perilous trek to take the mystical One Ring to Mount Doom so that it and its magical powers can be destroyed and never possessed by the evil Lord Sauron.
The astonishing journey begins in the first film of director/co-writer Peter Jackson's epic trilogy that redefined fantasy filmmaking. This imaginative foray into J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth won 4 Academy Awards, including Best Cinematography and Best Original Score. This was a film that finally showed how extraordinary digital effects could be used to support story and characters, not simply overwhelm them.
The film features an ensemble cast including Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett, John Rhys-Davies, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Orlando Bloom, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, Sean Bean, Ian Holm, and Andy Serkis.
Jackson's epic adaptation is an impressive beast of a film that will steal your heart every time. It grabs you with its sense of urgency, huge scope and hope. The beginning to one of the best movie trilogies of all time.

BFI London Film Festival 2020 Closing Film: Ammonite (TBC)

BFI London Film Festival 2020 Closing Film: Ammonite

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Saturday 17 Oct 202019:30 Book Now (On sale on 23rd September) (Closed)

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Film run time: 1h 38m

The 64th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express and Lionsgate are delighted to present a screening of Francis Lee’s AMMONITE

Screening as part of the BFI London Film Festival 2020.
The 64th BFI London Film Festival (7 to 18 October) is all across the UK, inviting you to experience the world’s best new films wherever you are. Twelve days of UK premieres are available to enjoy online via the BFI Player or in cinemas at BFI Southbank, around London, and throughout the UK.
Ammonite is one of only thirteen films selected to screen in cinemas.
Part of the ‘Love’ strand and the Festival’s Closing Night film.

Director Francis Lee (God’s Own Country, The Last Smallholder) brings us a stunning tale of subversion and a love that soars beyond social boundaries – brought to life by exceptional performances from Kate Winslet (Titanic, Revolutionary Road) and Saoirse Ronan (Little Women, Lady Bird).

Ammonite takes inspiration from the life and work of 19th Century Palaeontologist Mary Anning (Winslet), who we find living a life of poverty in Lyme Regis while her groundbreaking discoveries fascinate the world in the British Museum. But when a wealthy tourist entrusts his recuperating young wife Charlotte (Ronan) into her care, Mary is forced to take a woman seemingly from another world into her life. Resentment and class differences soon melt away into a passionate romance, however, as both women begin walking a path that will alter their lives forever.

Utterly engrossing and gorgeously shot by veteran cinematographer Stéphane Fontaine (A Prophet, Jackie) to capture the windswept Dorset coast in all its beauty, Lee’s latest story of companionship and love in the unlikeliest of situations is a powerful and completely unforgettable experience.

Lift To The Scaffold (1958) (S) (+intro) (PG)

Lift To The Scaffold (1958) (S) (+intro)

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Sunday 18 Oct 202019:15 Book Now (+ intro)

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Film run time: 1h 40m

A Cinematic Odyssey - Postcards from Europe

This brilliant debut from Louis Malle, catapulted Jeanne Moreau to international stardom and ushered in the French New Wave.

Julien Tavernier (Maurice Ronet), a veteran of the Indo­China and Algerian wars, plans the perfect murder of his boss, who is also his lover’s husband.

Julien returns to the scene of the crime to retrieve a vital piece of evidence but finds himself trapped in a lift. Meanwhile, his lover Florence (Moreau) paces the streets of Paris, anxiously waiting and searching for him with no way of knowing what has happened.

Henri Decaë, having previously worked with Melville, went on to shoot the first films of Chabrol and Truffaut, creating the films superb black and white cinematography.

Furthermore, the jazz­-crazy Malle managed to persuade Miles Davis – who happened to be playing for a few weeks in Paris club – to provide a marvellous improvised score. Davis watched the film just twice and worked through one long night in a Paris studio to record what is now acknowledged to be one of the most important jazz film scores ever.

This film will have a short introduction from Dr Paul Sutton.

On The Rocks (TBC)

On The Rocks

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Film run time: 1h 36m

Faced with sudden doubts about her marriage, a young New York mother (Rashida Jones) teams up with her larger-than-life playboy father (Bill Murray) to tail her husband (Marlon Wayans).

Laura (Jones) thinks she's happily hitched, but when her husband Dean (Wayans) starts logging late hours at the office with a new co-worker, Laura begins to fear the worst. She turns to the one man she suspects may have insight: her charming, impulsive father Felix (Murray), who insists they investigate the situation. As the two begin prowling New York at night, careening from uptown parties to downtown hotspots, they discover at the heart of their journey lies their own relationship.

Acclaimed filmmaker Sofia Coppola brings a light touch to this blend of an exuberant love letter to New York, a generation-clash comedy about how we see relationships differently from our parents.

Freshly landed from it’s world premiere at the New York Film Festival on 22 September. A24, the company behind Moonlight, The Lighthouse, Midsommar and Lady Bird deliver this sparkling comic adventure from the city that never sleeps.

Les Misérables (2019) (S) (15)

Les Misérables (2019) (S)

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Tuesday 20 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 40m

In French with English Subtitles.

Stéphane (Damien Bonnard), only just arrived from Cherbourg, joins the Anti-Crime Squad in Montfermeil, in the suburbs of Paris, where Victor Hugo set his famed novel Les Misérables.

Alongside his new colleagues Chris (Alexis Manenti) and Gwada (Djebril Zonga) - both experienced members of the team - he quickly discovers tensions running high between local gangs. When the trio finds themselves overrun during the course of an arrest, a drone captures the encounter, threatening to expose the reality of everyday life.

Debut feature director Ladj Ly took inspiration from his 2017 short film of the same name and the 2005 Paris riots, creating a politically-charged urban western - the most incendiary crime film to emerge from French cinema since Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine.

Ly’s film is best when it immerses us in small moments and naturalistic performances, propelled by Pink Noise's electronic score.

Please note this is a new French drama film which is not connected with the musical of the same name.

Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert (TBC)

Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert

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Wednesday 21 Oct 202019:15 Book Now (On Sale Weds 23rd - 3pm) (Closed)

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Film run time: 2h 21m

For one night only! A concert performance by the woman with one of the most recognisable voices in music history.

Stevie’s string of hit songs as a solo artist and as a part of rock legends Fleetwood Mac has provided the soundtrack of our lives.

Filmed over the last two shows of her solo tour in 2017 and not currently available to view online or on DVD.

The performance includes hits Edge of Seventeen, Rhiannon and Landslide. This special presentation includes exclusive cinema content of Stevie discussing personal  moments with Tom Petty, Prince, and Lyndsay Buckingham.

As the tour progressed, Stevie told long stories behind these songs, to the joy of fans, depending on their desired concert experience. She was determined not to perform “the same show you’ve probably seen a million times”.

On Sale Wednesday 23rd September 3pm

23 Walks (12A)

23 Walks

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Thursday 22 Oct 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 40m

Directed by Paul Morrison, 23 Walks is a heart-warming comedy drama about finding love later in life.

Dave (Dave Johns) and Fern (Alison Steadman), two older strangers, have been bruised by their individual circumstances. They meet walking their dogs - German Shepherd Tilly and little terrier Henry - in a North London park, and over the course of twenty-three walks together the romance begins to blossom. But Dave and Fern haven't been completely honest with one another and their future together may be threatened by the secrets they have withheld.

Like a rambling countryside laneway, 23 Walks is full of twists and turns as we learn more about each character and the troubled pasts that make forging a future together a challenge. It’s gentle and charming and isn’t afraid to acknowledge the difficult circumstances many people face, from health issues, to marital problems, family strife and housing woes.

Dave Johns and Alison Steadman are extremely watchable as Dave and Fern, and the pair make a compelling couple when they hit it off. Almost as good to watch are the two dogs.

Bill and Ted Face the Music (12A)

Bill and Ted Face the Music

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Thursday 22 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 31m

As wholesomely goofy as its heroes, Bill and Ted Face the Music is a rare long-belated sequel that recaptures the franchise's original charm.

The stakes are higher than ever for the time-traveling exploits of Bill S. Preston Esquire (Alex Winter) and Ted “Theodore” Logan (Keanu Reeves). Yet to fulfill their rock and roll destiny, the now middle aged best friends set out on a new adventure when a visitor from the future warns them that only their song can save life as we know it.

Along the way, they will be helped by their daughters (Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine), a new batch of historical figures (from Buddha to Babe Ruth), and a few music legends (including Jimi Hendrix and Louis Armstrong) - to seek the song that will set their world right and bring harmony in the universe.

Exceedingly good-natured and led by two actual sweetie-pies, Bill and Ted-with their mantra "be excellent to each other", are unexpectedly the exact heroes we need right now.

Tenet (12A)


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Film run time: 2h 29m

Armed with only one word—Tenet—and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time. Not time travel. Inversion.

Pattinson plays Neil, a dapper, and slightly louche British intelligence officer in Mumbai who makes contact with The Protagonist, played by a toughly poised John David Washington. The Protagonist is ordered by a shadowy American government agency to tackle a new cold war situation. With an incredible supporting cast from Elizabeth Debicki, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine, Himesh Patel, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh.

Possibly the most anticipated film of the year. With some describing it as ‘basically a James Bond film with a bachelor’s degree in physics’, this is pure escapism designed to be seen on the biggest screen possible.

A visually dazzling puzzle for film lovers to unlock, Tenet serves up all the cerebral spectacle audiences expect from a Christopher Nolan production. Love live Cinema!

Cinema Paradiso (1988) (Subtitled) (PG)

Cinema Paradiso (1988) (Subtitled)

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Sunday 25 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 2hr 3m

With the sad news of Ennio Morricone’s passing, what better way to celebrate his incredible career than to revisit one of his greatest scores - Giuseppe Tornatore’s richly romantic coming-of-age story on the enduring power of film.

After hearing of an old friend’s death, an aging and isolated filmmaker returns to his bright and dusty Sicilian hometown and comes to remember how he fell in love with the movies.

As a young boy dubbed “Toto” lost in a family fractured by the recent Second World War and bored with the crusty Church which he serves at, the younger director is enraptured by the town’s cinema, and relentlessly badgers Alfredo, its projectionist, until he introduces him to the trade and its secrets.

As Toto grows up and takes over the business, both the fading Alfredo and the evolving cinema help him negotiate life and love, before he is forced to choose between his beloved home and his greater destiny.

It transcends boundaries of language and country, as this film - and its huge audience’s here-demonstrates.

Arrow Academy 4K restoration

Rashomon (1950) (S) (12A)

Rashomon (1950) (S)

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Monday 26 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 28min

As gripping, puzzling and relevant now as it was on its release 70 years ago, the international breakthrough of legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa (Seven Samurai, Ran) remains one of the greatest and most important films ever made – not only influencing generations of filmmakers since, but also shaping the ways in which all of us think about the power of truth, lies and memory over our everyday lives.

In Medieval Japan, three men sheltering from a storm discuss the story of a horrific crime: local bandit Tajomaru is on trial for the murder of a samurai and the assault of his wife deep in a nearby forest. He has proudly confessed to the killing… but is everything really as simple as he tells it? When each witness, from a passing woodcutter to the spirit of the dead samurai himself, tells a different version of what happened that afternoon, who do we believe?

An undisputed masterclass in filmmaking and utterly unmissable, Rashomon is a crime drama like no other – certain to stay with you for years after the credits roll.

Trolls World Tour (U)

Trolls World Tour

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Tuesday 27 Oct 202012:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1hr 31m

This fun follow-up for fans of the original, Trolls World Tour offers a second helping of colourful animation, infectious energy, and sing-along songs.

Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return in an all-star sequel to DreamWorks Animation's 2016 musical hit. In an adventure that will take them well beyond what they've known before, Poppy (Kendrick) and Branch (Timberlake) discover that they are but one of six different Troll tribes scattered over six different lands and devoted to six different kinds of music: Funk, Country, Techno, Classical, Pop and Rock. Their world is about to get a lot bigger and a whole lot louder.

A member of hard-rock royalty, Queen Barb (Rachel Bloom), aided by her father King Thrash (Ozzy Osbourne), wants to destroy all other kinds of music to let rock reign supreme.

With the fate of the world at stake, Poppy and Branch, along with their friends - Biggie (James Corden), Chenille (Caroline Hjelt), Satin (Aino Jawo), Cooper (Ron Funches) and Guy Diamond (Kunal Nayyar) - set out to visit all the other lands to unify the Trolls in harmony against Barb, who's looking to upstage them all.

Hocus Pocus (1993) (PG)

Hocus Pocus (1993)

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Friday 30 Oct 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 32min

Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy star as the Sanderson Sisters, three witches from the 17th century, bringing life and laughs to Disney’s dark cult fantasy.

After being forced by their parents to move from sunny Los Angeles to Salem, Max Dennison (Omri Katz) a skeptical 16 year old, and his 8 year old sister Dani (Thora Birch) find themselves exploring the old Sanderson’s house, along with the town’s leading teen queen and Halloween enthusiast Allison (Vinessa Shaw).

After dismissing a story Allison tells as superstitious, Max accidentally frees a coven of evil witches who used to live in the house. Now, with the help of a magical cat called Thackery Binx (Jason Marsden), the kids must steal the witches’ book of spells to stop them from becoming immortal.

Allow this unforgettable trio of enchantresses to put a spell on you this Halloween, and fight your hardest not to repeat their incantations! Still a sceptic? It’s time to get superstitious.

Psycho (1960) (15)

Psycho (1960)

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Friday 30 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 49m

Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece about lonely, disturbed motelier Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) and his unhealthy mother fixation continues to shock after 60 years.

Marion Crane (Janet Leigh), a secretary from Phoenix who steals $40,000 from her employer's client then goes on the run, checks into a remote motel run by a young man (Perkins) under the domination of his mother.

Shot on a shoestring against studio wishes, it would go on to become Hitchcock’s most successful film and leave a lasting impression on film history. Many of its images are among the most famous in cinema - and its notorious shower scene remains one of the most parodied.

Its various innovations include the pivotal switching of audience identification figures, and its adherence to the principles of psychoanalysis, leading to the emergence of a slew of psycho-thrillers and the more disreputable ‘slasher’ genre. But regardless of its technical brilliance and lasting influence, it’s the immediacy of Psycho as a visceral experience that ensures it continued classic status.

Hitchcock didn’t just create modern horror, he validated it.

The Addams Family (1991) (PG)

The Addams Family (1991)

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Saturday 31 Oct 202013:30 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 35m

Creepy, kooky, mysterious, spooky, and all together ooky: The Addams Family have been everyone’s favourite loveable oddballs for nearly six decades.

So what better time to bring back their classic, laugh-a-minute first outing on the big screen – with a cast led by Anjelica Huston (The Witches), Raul Julia (Kiss of the Spider Woman) and Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future) - than the spookiest month of all?

Hidden away in their dilapidated mansion at 0001 Cemetery Lane, the Addams’ lives are turned upside down by the sudden arrival of Uncle Fester (Lloyd), brother of family head Gomez (Julia), after 25 years lost in the Bermuda Triangle. But all isn’t quite as it seems – could this be the family reunion Gomez has waited so long for, or is it part of a sinister plan by a loan shark to swindle the family out of their fortune?

Filled to the brim with one-liners, darkly silly gags and a host of wonderfully absurd characters, The Addams Family perfectly brings the charm of the classic 60s TV series to cinemas with a modern twist. Trust us - they really are a scream.

An American Werewolf In London (1981) (15)

An American Werewolf In London (1981)

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Saturday 31 Oct 202019:15 Book Now

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Film run time: 1h 37m

This classic horror-comedy is back for a hair-raising Halloween night treat!

Terrifying and funny in almost equal measure, John Landis' horror-comedy crosses genres while introducing Rick Baker's astounding make-up effects.

Two American backpackers from New York, David Kessler (David Naughton) and Jack Goodman (Griffin Dunne), are hiking across the Yorkshire moors. As night falls, they stop at a local pub, the Slaughtered Lamb. When the other pub-goers become hostile the pair decide to leave but not before they are given a warning: ‘Stay on the road. Keep clear of the moors’ and ‘Beware the moon’.

Irreverent of such advice - as characters in horror films always are! - the two decide to find a short cut...

Three weeks later David wakes up in a London hospital, in the care of Nurse Alex Price (Jenny Agutter). When interviewed by police Inspector Villiers, David is told that he and Jack were attacked by an escaped lunatic. Unable to believe this version of events David is visited by the freshly deceased and rapidly decomposing Jack who has another warning for David.

The best movie ever written by a teenager - Landis was just 19 when he penned the first draft - and it’s still a constant comic delight.