Melissa McCarthy is middle-aged, desk-bound CIA analyst, Susan who is given the chance to shine on the frontline when she is sent undercover to avenge the death of one of her James Bond-esque colleague, Bradley Fine (played by Jude Law). Rose Byrne and Jason Statham co-star.
Insidious : Chapter 3
Linn Shaye returns as psychic, Elise Rainier in the third instalment on this bone-chilling, horror franchise; set prior to the haunting of the Lambert family. Elise and her team; Tucker (Angus Sampson) and Specs (Leigh Whannell, who wrote and directed all three movies) to help teen, Su (Stefanie Scott), who has been left unable to walk following a car accident and is at the mercy of a dark and dangerous presence. Dermot Mulroney also stars.
Pierce Brosnan and Milla Jovovich lead an all-star cast in this tense drama. Jovovich is a State Department employee based at The American Embassy in London, who is forced to go on the run after being framed for crimes she didn’t commit. With the help of “The Watchmaker” (Brosnan) she must clear her name and foil a terrorist plot that targets Times Square on New Year’s Eve. Dylan McDermott, Angela Bassett and Emma Thompson co-star.
Monday 8th June 2015 @ Cineworld (One Night Only!)
Fallen footballer, Paul “Gazza” Gascoigne talks candidly about his life both on and off of the pitch in this powerful and poignant documentary. Gazza shares his memories of being a legendary footballer in the 1990s; he earned 57 caps in his career and was described by The National Football Museum as “the most naturally gifted English midfielder of his generation”. Since retiring, Gascoigne’s life has been blighted by alcohol abuse and he talks openly about his battle with the bottle and his torrid relationship with the media.
Cry Of The City
Sunday 7th & Tuesday 9th June 2015 @ The GFT
Robert Siodmak’s 1948 New York-set film noir is aired at The GFT this week. The story focuses on two men who grew up together who are now on opposite sides of the law. Victor Mature, Richard Conte and Debra Paget star.