Ridley Scott directs Matt Damon in this sci-fi adventure. Damon is astronaut, Mark Watney who, after a manned mission to Mars goes disastrously wrong, is left stranded alone on the Red Planet with just 30 days worth of resources left to survive. However, Watney manages to get a message to Earth and both NASA and his own colleagues stage separate, but equally daring missions to bring him home to Earth. Jessica Chastain, Jeff Daniels, Kristen Wiig and Kate Mara co-star.
70 year old widower, Ben Whittaker (Robert DeNiro) quickly realises that retirement is not for him, and applies for an internship at a cutting edge online fashion site, headed up by thirty-something CEO, Jules Ostin (played by Anne Hathaway). The weirdness of the set-up is not lost on either of them, but both Jules and Ben soon realise that they can learn a lot from each other . . . Nancy Myers directs and Rene Russo co-stars.
One of William Shakespeare’s most famous, enduring and bloodthirsty plays gets a 2015 reboot with Michael Fassbender as General Macbeth and Marion Cotillard as his scheming wife, Lady Macbeth. Paddy Considine, Sean Harris and Jack Reynor co-star on this brutal and bold tale of ambition, murder and betrayal.
The Who Live At Hyde Park @ Cineworld
Filmed last summer in front of a 65, 000 strong-crowd, The Who celebrated 50 YEARS as a rock ‘n’ roll band with this blistering live set from London’s Hyde Park. The concert film is jam-packed with Who favourites, including, “I Can’t Explain”, “My Generation”, “Pinball Wizard” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again”, and includes additional featurette in which Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey discuss their career, and Iggy Pop, Johnny Marr and Robert Plant describe how The Who have influenced them.