The Divergent Series : Insurgent
The Fault In Our Stars Shailene Woodley leads an all-star cast in this action-packed sci-fi sequel about the fight for civilisation. Torn apart by war, Chicago is now divided into five factions, each defined by a dominant personality trait, but Beatrice “Tris” Prior (Woodley) has multiple aptitudes, making her a rare “divergent” and putting her on the run from evil Erudite leader, Jeanine (Kate Winslet) and her Dauntless lover, Four (played by Theo James). Jeanine holds the potential power, but only a divergent like Beatrice has the key. Naomi Watts, Ashley Judd and Octavia Spencer also star in this edge of your sear adaptation of Veronica Ruth’s best-selling book series.
From the creators of “How To Train Your Dragon” comes the animated adventure of The Boov, an alien race looking for a new place to call home. Under the confident command of their leader, Captain Smek (voiced by Steve Martin), The Boov settle on Earth which is where lonely, unpopular Boov, Oh (Jim Parsons) befriends feisty girl, Tip (Rihanna) and her adorable pet cat. This family-friendly film is the hilarious adaptation of Adam Rex’s acclaimed children’s book, “The True Meaning Of Smekday”.
Club Noir Presents : “Some Like It Hot”/”To Catch A Thief”
The Grosvenor Cinema, Sunday 22nd March 2015 @ 3.30pm
For just £20, Club Noir are giving movie lovers an afternoon of burlesque, buffet, fancy dress and classic film. Leading ladies, Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly are set to set the silver screen alight this weekend; Monroe dazzles as jazz singer, Sugar Kane in “Some Like It Hot” with cross-dressing, comedy-gold duo, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, while Princess Grace stars in Afred Hitchcock’s romantic thriller, “To Catch A Thief” as the love interest of retired cat burgler, Cary Grant.
The Grosvenor Cinema, Sunday 22nd March 2015 @ 4pm
As part of The International Comedy Festival, The Grosvenor continue their fitting tribute to the late, great Robin Williams this weekend with this comedy cracker! Williams is openly gay, drag club owner, Armand Goldman who lives with partner, and star attraction of his club, Albert (Nathan Lane). The flamboyant pair agree to “play it straight” so that Armand’s son, Val (Dan Futterman) can introduce them to his fiancee, Barbara’s (Calista Flockhart) right-wing, moralistic parents (played by Gene Hackman and Dianne Wiest). Hank Azaria also stars in this comedy classic!