The classic rags to riches tale gets the silver screen treatment and stars Cate Blanchett, Lily James, Richard Madden and Helena Bonham Carter. Left in the company of her cruel Stepmother (Blanchett) following her father’s death, Ella (James) is treated like a servant and dubbed, “Cinderella”. Cinderella’s dream comes true when she meets and fall for handsome stranger, Kit (Richard Madden) and is given the chance to go to a Royal Ball at The Palace, only for her Stepmother to forbid it . . . Cue Fairy Godmother (Bonham Carter).
Funnymen Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell team up in this hysterical comedy! Ferrell is Hedge fund manager, James King who is about to swap his life of luxury for 10 years in the notorious San Quentin prison after being convicted of fraud and embezzlement. With just 30 days to prepare for life inside, King recruits car wash boss, Darnell Lewis (Hart) to teach him how to survive prison life.
The SpongeBob Movie : Sponge Out Of Water
Antonio Banderas leads the cast in this animated adventure from everyone’s favourite sponge! When the recipe for Krusty Krab restaurant’s famous Krabby Patty goes missing, SpongeBob and Plankton decide to travel back in time to when the famous formula was stolen to find the guilty party, however, their mission soon finds them tangled up in the real world with devious pirate, Burger-Beard!
Fresh from her Oscar-win, Julianne Moore leads an all-star cast in this sci-fi action movie. Veteran “spook”, John Gregory (Jeff Bridges) is one of the last witch-hunting knights and when his old nemesis, the shape-shifting Queen Mother, Malkin (Moore) escapes from captivity, he must recruit and train a new apprentice to defeat her and save humanity. Ben Barnes, Alicia Vikander and Olivia Williams also star in this stunning adaptation of the first in the series of Joseph Delaney’s bestselling novels, “The Wardstone Chronicles”.
The Face Of An Angel
Michael Winterbottom directs this riveting drama inspired by the shocking, true-life murder of Meredith Kercher, starring Kate Beckinsale, Daniel Bruhl and Cara Delevingne. Troubled film director, Thomas’ career has hit the skids, but things seems to be on the up for him when he is commissioned to make a film about the murder of a young British student in Siena, Italy. With the help of American journalist, Simone (Beckinsale), Thomas delves deeper into the disturbing events surrounding the shocking crime, only to find the truth remains drastically out of reach. A fictionalised account of the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher and the subsequent trial of her flatmate, Amanda Knox is a complex study of the ongoing pursuit of truth and justice.
Casablanca @ The Grosvenor Cinema, Thursday 2nd April 2015 @ 6pm
“Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine” . . . Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman star in this 1942 romantic comedy which gets an airing at The Grosvenor this weekend. Bogart is Casablanca night-club owner, Rick Blaine who discovers old flame, IIsa (Bergman) is in town with her husband, Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid). Laszlo is a famed rebel and with Germans hot on his tail, IIsa knows only Rick can help them get out of the country.
A cryptic message from the past sends James Bond (Daniel Craig) on a quest to uncover a sinister organisation in Spectre; the 24th James Bond film, due for release in November 2015. A teaser trailer which sees Craig reprise the Bond role for the fourth time was unveiled last week. Check it out!