Funnyman Jack Black plays author, R.L Stine in this family-friendly, horror comedy. Over-protective writer, Stine lives in seclusion with daughter, Hannah (Odeya Rush) in Deleware out of fear that his spooky “Goosebumps” characters could be released from his manuscripts in which they’re trapped. When new boy, Zach (Dylan Minnette) arrives in the neighbours and befriends Hannah, a little fooling around unleashed Stine’s worst fear . . .
The iconic TV series gets the silver screen treatment, starring Michael Gambon, Catherine Zeta Jones, Bill Nighy and “The Inbetweeners” Blake Harrison. It’s 1944 and World War II is coming to a close when Walmington -On-Sea has to deal with a female journalist and a German Spy on the loose . . .
The 1991 cult classic starring the late Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves gets an update. Adrenaline junkie, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey) opts for a change of career and joins The FBI after losing his best friend in a daredevil motorcross accident. Utah is assigned to a puzzling case of a series of daring, globe-trotting Robin Hood-style heists. When Utah theorises that the perpetrators are fellow extreme sports enthusiasts, his boss (Delroy Lindo) reluctantly agrees to allow Utah to infiltrate the gang. However, Utah soon finds his loyalties dangerously divided . . .
Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston leaves Walter White behind and shines in this true story of courageous Hollywood screenwriter, Dalton Trumbo. In 1947, talented, workaholic and wealthy Hollywood screenwriter, Dalton Trumbo (Cranston) is a Communist Party member who speaks up for workers’ rights. This provokes anger in patriotic, Tinseltown players such as John Wayne (David James Elliott) and gossip columnist, Hedda Hopper (played by Helen Mirren) and when the anti-Communist witch hunt reaches Hollywood, Trumbo is jailed for refusing to name names. Upon his release from prison, Trumbo finds himself blacklisted and unable to work except under a pseudonym.
Roman Holiday @ The GFT
Tuesday 9th February 2016 @ 5.40pm
Audrey Hepburn dazzles in her first Hollywood role as touring European Princess Ann who falls for American reporter, Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) while in Rome.
The first-peek at forthcoming romantic drama, “Me Before You” was dropped last week. Based on the 2012 novel by Jojo Moyes, it tells the story of quirky Louisa Clark (Emilia Clarke) stumbles from one job to the next in a bid to make ends meet. Louisa’s cheery disposition is put to the test when she becomes a carer for Will Traynor (Sam Clafin), a wealthy, young banker who was left paralyzed after an accident. Have the tissues ready for this one . . .