New Releases


Gru’s hilarious little helpers get their very own animated adventure in one of the most anticipated movies of the year. Since the dawn of time, Minions have served a variety of master, from dinosaurs to Dracula! However, their natural talent for attracting chaos has seen them bump every last one off! Now, in 1960s Hollywood, it seems the little yellow ones have found the master they have been searching for; first female supervillian, Scarlett Overkill (voiced by Sandra Bullock). 

Knock Knock

Keanu Reeves is happily married, dad of two, Evan Webber who, when home alone one wet and windy night, plays the good samaritan to two girls (played by Ana De Armas and Lorenza Izzo) who knock his door asking to come in, dry off and use his phone. A good deed he soon comes to regret in this tense thriller that gives “Fatal Attraction” a run for its money! Directed by Eli Roth, the genius behind “Hostel” and “Cabin Fever” and a remake of the cult 1977 film, “Death Game”.

Slow West

In 1870 America, young Scottish aristocrat, Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smitt-McPhee) is searching for his heart’s desire, Rose (Caren Pistorious). He meets drifter, Silas Selleck (Michael Fassbender) in Colorado and teams up with him in a bid to find Rose, not knowing that Selleck is out to collect a bounty on her head . . . 

The Overnight

Director Patrick Brice presents a funny and frank look at 30-something sexual frustration and parenthood in this hysterical comedy about two couples. Alex (Adam Scott), Emily (Taylor Schilling) and their son, RJ (RJ Hermes) are new to LA’s Eastside, having moved from Seattle, and are keen to meet some new friends as quickly as possible. A chance meeting with neighbour, Kurt (Jason Schwartzmen) sees them invited to a pizza night at his family home, but things get raunchy and risky between the adults when the kids have gone to bed!

Special Screenings

The Long Good Friday

(The GFT, Sunday 28th/Tuesday 30th June 2015)

Bob Hoskins is ruthless underworld boss, Harold Shand, a man moving towards pulling off the biggest deal of his life. However, the threat of a mysterious syndicate sparks bloody mayhem in his life and poses to shatter the peace he has kept between London’s gritty criminals for over a decade. Dame Helen Mirren co-stars as Shand’s smart, sassy mistress, Victoria

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Double Bill : Terminator/Terminator 2 : Judgement Day

(The GFT, Sunday 28th June 2015 @ 5pm)

Arnold Schwarzenegger is The Terminator, a robot from the future who, in the first outing is sent to kill the unborn John Connor, before being rebooted and sent back in the sequel to protect the now teenage Connor (played by Edward Furlong). These James Cameron directed classics are the ultimate sci-fi thrill ride! Unmissable!

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(Cineworld , The GFT & The Grosvenor)

(Tuesday 30th June 2015)

A compelling look at the short life of late troubled talent, Amy Winehouse, who passed away in 2011, aged just 27. Directed by Asif Kapadia, this poignant documentary delves beyond the headlines and examines Amy’s life from childhood to superstardom. This is a very special screenings brought to cinemas live from the London Gala premiere.

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It Happened One Night

(The Grosvenor Cinema, Thursday 1st July 2015)

Vintage Thursdays brings movie-goers this 1934 Frank Capra classic. Spoiled heiress, Ellie Andrews (Claudette Colbert) runs away to New York City to marry fortune-hunter, “King” Westley (Jameson Thomson), against her fathers (Walter Connolly) wishes. On-board the bus to NYC, she meets rogue reporter, Peter Warne (Clark Gable) who, upon recognising her, pushes her to give him an exclusive story and he will help reunite her with Westley, otherwise he will tell her father where she is. Based on “Night Bus” by Samuel Hopkins Adams.

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