Sylvester Stallone reprises his iconic Rocky role in this must-see spin-off co-starring Michael B. Jordan. Two time heavyweight boxing champion, Rocky Balboa (Stallone) is now retired and living in Philadelphia, but his life is thrown into turmoil at the arrival of Adonis Johnson Creed (Jordan), the troubled son of his Balboa’s rival turned good friend, Apollo Creed who lost his life in the ring. Creed never knew his father, but is determined to follow in his footsteps and manages to persuade a reluctant Rocky to teach him everything he knows in order to prepare him for the fight of his life . . .
Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy star in this gripping, true-life revenge drama. DiCaprio is fur trapper, Hugh Glass; leader of a hunting party in 1820s South Dakota. When Glass is attacked and viciously mauled by a bear, his treacherous companions, rather than tend to his wounds, decide to abandon him to perish in a shallow grave. However, Glass survives and braves warring tribes, a savage environment and a 120 mile trek in harsh winter to exact his revenge.
Ma (Brie Larson) lives within the confines of a single room with her young son, Jack (Jacob Tremblay) for which, room has become his whole universe. However, as Jack reaches his fifth birthday, Ma hatches a risky plan to allow Jack to escape into the realms of the outside world. When it pays off, an emotional journey begins for both mother and child as they come to terms with life beyond room. Based on the acclaimed novel.
The Labyrinth @ The Grosvenor Cinema
Wednesday 20th January 2016 (8.30pm/10.30pm)
Ashton Lane’s Grosvenor Cinema is paying tribute to the late, great David Bowie this week with a special screening of the 1986 musical fantasy starring a young Jennifer Connelly as Sarah, who sets out on a quest in an other-worldly maze to save her kidnapped baby brother from Jareth, The Goblin King (Bowie). Worth watching for the soundtrack alone!