Far From The Madding Crowd
Thomas Hardy’s classic novel gets a 2015 remake with Carey Mulligan as leading lady, Bathsheba Everdene; a headstrong, independent young woman trying to make her way in male-dominated, 19th Century Dorset. Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Sheen and Tom Sturridge co-star as the three very different bachelors trying to win her hand.
The “found-footage” genre which made a hit of “The Blair Witch Project” over a decade ago gets an update for the instant messaging generation. After a shaming video was shared on the internet of teen, Laura Barns’ drunken antics, she takes her own life. However, a year on six friends chatting online receive a Skype message from the dead girl threatening them that if they log out and stop talking, they die . . .
Two By Two
It’s Noah’s Ark like you’ve never seen it before! It’s the end of the world and a flood is on the way, but thankfully there is a an Ark for all animals, well, except Nestrians! This is bad news for Finny and his Dad, Dave who disguise themselves as Grymps to get onto the Ark. After befriending a couple of real Grymps, Hazel and daughter, Leah, the real trouble begins when Leah and Finny fall overboard and have to brave the elements to stay alive!
Monsters : Dark Continent
The edge-of-your-seat sequel to cult sci-fi smash, “Monsters” stars Johnny Harris and Joe Dempsie. Seven years on from when a NASA space-probe crash-landed in Mexico and unleashed menacing extra-terrestrial life-forms, combat troops are left to battle deadly alien bugs that have terrorised humanity.
Gregg Sulkin and Josh Meyers star in this gritty, urban thriller that charts the lives of two different youngsters on the streets of London. Dee (Gregg Sulkin) is a graffiti artist who challenges the establishment with his spray paint campaigns while brother, Marcus (Josh Meyers) is an armed robber who targets jewellery stores. Dee’s artistic talent takes him to Berlin, but he is forced to return to London to save Marcus from the gangland war he is caught up in.
The GFT (Sunday 3rd May 2015/Wednesday 6th May 2015)
Orson Welles directs and stars in this classic film about the life of newspaper magnate, Charles Foster Kane. Originally released in 1941, the film transformed cinematic storytelling and co-starred Joseph Cotten and Dorothy Comingore.
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Are you ready for something darker?
We got an exclusive first sneak peek at the forthcoming, “Fifty Shades Darker”, two YEARS before it’s due to hit cinemas! The second part of the erotic trilogy will see both Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson reprise their roles as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele. “Fifty Shades Darker” is scheduled for release in February 2017.