Run All Night
Tough guy, Liam Neeson is hard-drinking, Brooklyn hitman, Jimmy Conlon, nicknamed “The Gravedigger”. Conlon’s estranged son, Mike (played by Joel Kinnamen) is forced to go on the run when he becomes a target of mob boss, Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris), a former associate of Conlon’s. In order to get to Mike before the police and mobsters do, “The Gravedigger” has just one night to save the family he abandoned for a life of crime. From the director of “Unknown” and “Non-Stop”.
Michelle Williams, Kristin Scott Thomas and Matthias Schoenaerts star in this tale of forbidden love set during WWII. Lucille Anglier (Michelle Williams) lives in a small village in occupied France with her controlling mother-in-law (Kristin Scott Thomas) following her husband’s capture by the Nazi’s. Lucille finds herself drawn to handsome and cultured, Bruno, one of the German soldiers billeted in her village, but their taboo love could cost her more than she bargained for . . . Sam Riley and Margot Robbie also star.
Asa Butterfield is Nathan, a troubled teenager and maths prodigy who has struggled to bond with his widowed mother, Julie (Sally Hawkins) since his father, with whom he was very close, was tragically killed in a car accident. However, with the support of his unorthodox teacher, Mr Humphreys (Rafe Spall), Nathan secures a place on the British Team at The International Mathematics Olympiad where he soon realises that he is not as alone as he feared. Inspired by a true story.
Steel Magnolias @ The GFT, Sunday 15th March 2015 @ 2.30pm
The silver screen version of Robert Harling’s 1987 play gets an airing this weekend at The GFT. Julia Roberts and Dolly Parton lead an all- star cast in this heartwarming story of a group of feisty women who bond at a Louisana beauty parlour. Ideal for Mother’s Day.
Mrs Doubtfire @ The Grosvenor, Sunday 15th March 2015 @ 4pm
In one of his most-loved roles, the late, great Robin Williams is Daniel Hillard, a soon-to-be divorced, out of work voice actor and dad to three kids. Daniel’s lack of job and place to live means a judge grants full custody of their children to his ex-wife, Miranda (Sally Field). With a little help from his make-up artist brother, Frank and his partner, Jack, desperate but devoted dad, Daniel hatches a bizarre plan to be with his beloved kids . . . Pierce Brosnan also stars in this fun-filled, family feature.
The Sound Of Music @ Cineworld (Renfrew St), Sunday 15th March 2015
2015 marks 50 years since the release of this classic musical starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. Troubled nun, Maria (Julie Andrews) is sent to act as a governess to the seven children of Austrian naval captain, George von Trapp and finds her true purpose in life. Get ready to sing-a-long to classics, “The Sound Of Music”, “Do-Re-Mi” and “My Favourite Things” this weekend!
Good Morning, Vietnam @ The Grosvenor, Wednesday 18th March 2015 @ 6.30pm
Tribute is paid to the late, great Robin Williams a second time this coming week at The Grosvenor Cinema with this, one of his most memorable movies. Radio funnyman, Adrian Cronauer is sent to Vietnam to bring a little comedy back into the lives of the soldiers. Despite being a hit with the G.I’s, Cronauer shocks his superiors with his irreverent take on the war and gets a first-hand taste of the grim reality of war via his relationship with Vietnamese girl, Trinh (Chintara Sukapatana). Forest Whitaker also stars in this war-comedy with an impressive soundtrack to boot!