Daddy’s Home (Released 25/12/2015)
Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell go head-to-head in this hysterial comedy of Dad Vs Step-Dad! Mild-mannered, straight-laced Brad (Ferrell) is married to Sarah (Linda Cardellini) and is trying hard to be a good dad to her resistant kids. However, when cool, leather jacket-wearing, motorcycle-riding, biological dad, Dusty (Wahlberg) reappears on the scene, Brad finds he has a real fight on his hand’s to win over his step-children!
In The Heart Of The Sea (Released 25/12/2015)
Chris Hemsworth is at the helm of this astonishing true story that inspired classic novel, “Moby Dick”. Survivor, Tom Nickerson (Brendan Gleeson) recounts the ill-fated voyage from 30 years earlier in 1819 when 21 men encountered a terrifying whale hell-bent on vengeance. As it turns out, the famous novel only told half of the story . . . Ben Whishaw and Benjamin Walker co-star.
Snoopy & Charlie Brown : The Peanuts Movie
To mark the 65th Anniversary of the renowned “Peanuts” cartoon strip, Charlie Brown and his loyal pal, Snoopy make their CGI animated feature debut.
Joy (Released 01/01/2016)
Jennifer Lawrence, Robert DeNiro and Bradley Cooper star in this inspirational story of a woman who built a business empire. Joy (Lawrence) leads a mediocre life; her warring parents are divorced and her husband is a flake, and before long she is struggling as single mother. Joy strikes out as an inventor and entrepreneur changing her life forever and attracting some unwanted attention . . . Based on the true story of Joy Mangano, inventor of the miracle mop.
The Danish Girl (01/01/2016)
Oscar winner, Eddie Redmayne stars in this incredible true story set in 1920s Copenhagen. When Bohemian artist, Gerda Wegener (Alicia Vikander) asks her husband, Einar to stand in for an absent female model, her art becomes a sensation among the unwitting public and Einar finds the experience of putting on women’s clothes fulfills something deep within him. With the support of Gerda, Einar creates female persona, Lili Elbe and begins living life as a woman, but things become complicated for the couple when Lili attracts male attention . . . Ben Whishaw, Amber Heard and Matthias Schoenaerts co-star.
High Society @ The GFT
Sunday 27th December 2015
Frank Sinatra, Grace Kelly and Bing Crosby star in this 1956 musical comedy about a popular jazz musician trying to win back his ex-wife’s affections, despite the fact she is set on marrying another man.
Blade Runner @ The GFT
Sunday 27th/Wednesday 30th December 2015
Harrison Ford stars in this 1982 sci-fi classic, directed by Ridley Scott. Set in dystopian Los Angeles, Deckard (Ford) is forced by the police boss to reprise his old job of Replicant Hunter and assigned to eliminate four escaped replicants from the colonies who have returned to Earth.
Gone With The Wind @ The GFT
Monday 28th December 2015
Viven Leigh and Clark Gable star as one of Hollywood’s most iconic screen-pairings in Victor’s Fleming’s 1939 masterpiece. When spoiled, headstrong Southern belle, Scarlett O’Hara (Leigh) finds out that her beau, Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard) is set to marry her cousin, she vows to win back. Meanwhile, millionaire, Rhett Butler (Gable) is intent on making Scarlett HIS wife!
The Apartment @ The GFT
Tuesday 29th/Wednesday 30th December 2015
Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacClaine and Fred MacMurray star in Billy Wilder’s 1960 comedy. Insurance worker, C.C Baxter (Lemmon) lends his Upper West Side apartment to company bosses for extra-marital affairs. However, when Baxter learns that his manager, Mr Sheldrake’s (MacMurray) mistress is the object of his affection, waitress, Fran Kubelik (MacClaine), Baxter must decide between the women he loves or the advancement of his career.
The Wizard Of Oz @ The GFT
Saturday 2nd January 2016
Judy Garland stars as the girl in the ruby slippers in this classic family movie. Dorothy leaves her home and family behind in Kansas and finds herself on a quest (along with her dog, Toto) to find The Wizard Of Oz.
Reservoir Dogs/Pulp Fiction @ The GFT
Sunday 3rd January 2016
The GFT host a bloody Quentin Tarantino double-bill to kick off 2016! Harvey Kietel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen and Steve Buscemi star in Taratino’s controversial debut, “Reservoir Dogs” about the aftermath of a diamond heist gone wrong, while John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson are hitmen partial to philosophical discussions in “Pulp Fiction”, whose lives are interwoven with their boss, gangster, Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames), his actress wife, Mia (Uma Thurman) and struggling boxer, Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis).