Idris Elba is US Operative, Sean Briar, who is transferred from the battlefields of Iraq and Syria to The CIA station in Paris. Struggling to adjust to a desk-bound role in tackling cyber terrorism, Briar is soon determined to track down young American, Michael Mason (Richard Madden), the prime suspect in a terrorist attack, before the French authorities do. While Briar comes to believe that Mason is innocent, he realises that he may be the only link to the real culprit . . . Charlotte Le Bon co-stars.
When Laura (Alycia Debnam Carey) receives a friend request from lonely, Marina (Liesl Ahlers), she accepts. However, things soon turn sour when Laura finds herself being obsessively pursued by Marina, and thinks hitting “unfriend” will solve it. When Marina apparently commits suicide in an online video, Laura becomes the victim of a supernatural presence terrorising her in her own home . . . A spine-chilling, topical horror that will make you think twice about unfriending someone on Facebook.
Don Cheadle plays legendary jazz musician, Miles Davis in this unconventional biopic, a man who was once described as “one of the key figures in the history of jazz”. Ewan McGregor, Keith Stanfield and Emayatzy Corinealdi co-star.
Louder Than Bombs
Three years on from the death of renowned war photographer, Isabelle Reed (Isabelle Huppert), an exhibition is staged to celebrate her work, with former colleague, Richard (David Strathairn) set to write an accompanying newspaper article. Richard informs Isabelle’s widower, Gene (Gabriel Byrne) that he intends to reveal the troubling circumstances surrounding her demise, while the couple’s eldest son, college professor, Jonah (Jesse Eisenberg) returns home for the first time in years and the family are forge new lines of communication and deal with their bottled-up feelings of resentment, grief and anger.
Alien Day Double Bill @ Cineworld
Tuesday 26th April 2016 @ 7pm
The date (4/26 American standard) is a nod to LV-426, the planet from the “Alien” films, so Cineworld are celebrating by giving you the chance to see both “Alien” (1979) and “Aliens” (1986) in a single screening, with Sigourney Weaver in her iconic role as Ellen Ripley.
We got a sneak peek of things to come this week with the unveiling of the teaser trailer for “The Magnificent Seven” remake, due to drop in September 2016. The movie will see Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke take on the roles of the 1960 Western which starred Steve McQueen, Yul Brynner and Charles Bronson.