Magic Mike XXL
Channing Tatum returns as lead man candy of the “beef brigade” in this hotly-anticipated sequel to the 2012 original. Bored of their jobs, stripper group, The Kings Of Tampa decide to quit and go out in style with a blowout performance at Myrtle Beach! Amber Heard, Elizabeth Banks and Jada Pinkett Smith join the cast for this sizzling sequel.
Terminator : Genisys
The indestructible Arnold Schwarzenegger kept his promise and is back (again!) for this explosive reboot of the original sci-fi thriller. John Connor (Jason Clarke) leads the human resistance against Skynet in the future and sends friend, Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect his mother, Sarah (Game Of Thrones’, Emilia Clarke) from The Terminator. However, the timeline is altered swapping Sarah from an everyday waitress to a skilled fighter with a Terminator guardian (Schwarzenegger). Reese’s mission soons becomes a race to reset the future as he knows it . . . Terminator : Genisys is the first part of a whole new Terminator trilogy.
Asif Kapadia’s poignant and powerful documentary tells the torrid tale of the talented, but troubled Amy Winehouse, who passed away in 2011, aged just 27. “Amy” charts the modest beginnings of the singer/songwriter through to her Grammy-Award winning success, via the media circus and drug addiction which shaped her young life.
An American Tail
The GFT, Saturday 4th July 2015 (11.30am/12.30pm)
This family favourite about a young mouse emigrating with his family from Russia to The United States gets an airing at The GFT this weekend. Perfect animated adventure for big kids, and little ones!
The GFT, Sunday 5th July 2015 @ 7pm
Burt Reynolds and John Voight star in this 1972 psychological thriller about a river-rafting trip in the American back country that goes terribly wrong for a group of friends.
The Last Waltz
The GFT, Wednesday 8th July 2015 @ 6.15pm
Legendary American rock band, The Band bid farewell to fans at The Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco on 25th November 1976 with a rousing gig of the greatest hits! Director, Martin Scorsese captured it on camera and Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, Emmylou Harris, Ringo Starr and Neil Young all joined The Band onstage. “This film should be played LOUD!”