New Releases

The Lady In The Van

In the early 1970s, playwright, Alan Bennett (Alex Jennings) befriended an elderly homeless woman, Mary Shepherd (Dame Maggie Smith) and, in an act of kindness, allows her to live in a caravan on his driveway. Fifteen years later, she was still there . . . Based on the remarkable true story of an eccentric, but heart-warming friendship.

Steve Jobs

Director Danny Boyle charts the life of Apple CEO, Steve Jobs at three poignant points in his life in this remarkable true-life drama; from the unveiling of the First Mac in 1984, through his split with Apple in 1988 to his triumphant return in 1998 with the release of the revolutionary iMac. Michael Fassbender takes the lead role while Kate Winslet, Jeff Daniels and Seth Rogen co-star.

The Hallow

Young couple, Adam (Joseph Mawle) and Clare (Bojana Novakovic) have recently relocated to a remote house in Ireland with their young son, Finn. However, things soon turn sinister; a neighbour’s warning that they will become a target for evil spirits who steal children has them rattled and a deer carcass covered in a mysterious substance confirms their worst fears in this terrifying creature feature.

Fathers & Daughters

Russell Crowe and Amanda Seyfriend star in this powerful drama about the bond between parent and child. Jake Davis (Crowe) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist who is left to raise his young daughter, Katie (Kylie Rogers) alone after his wife’s death in a tragic car accident. When Jake’s health deteriorates, Katie is sent to live with relatives (played by Bruce Greenwood and Diane Krueger). 25 years on, Katie (Seyfriend) still bears scars from her traumatic childhood and finds it hard to open and love, then Cameron (Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul) comes into her life . . .

Special Screenings

True Romance @ Cineworld

Wednesday 18th November 2015 @ 6.30pm

Quentin Tarantino’s dark and funny romantic odyessy stars Chrisian Slater as geeky comic book clerk, Clarence, who falls head over heels in love with Alabama (Patricia Arquette). The fact she is a hooker hired by his boss as a birthday present for Clarence doesn’t bother him one bit. However, a bloody shootout with Alabama’s pimp, Drexl (Gary Oldman) puts the couple on the run with a suitcase full of cocaine. They plan to sell it and start a new life in L.A, if only they can shake off the pursuing cops and mobsters hot on their trail . . . Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer, Dennis Hopper and Brad Pitt co-star.

 

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