Thursday, 20 September 2018

Also showing at the Regal Picturehouse this week:

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes, Bradley Cooper

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes, Bradley Cooper

The structure and cinematography of director Derek Cianfrance’s hard-hitting film pushes it towards greatness.

Starring: Robert Downey Jr, Gywneth Paltrow, Ben Kingsley, Guy Pearce



An exhilarating, optically awesome ride. And in the process our hero finally manages to assuage his nagging doubt as to whether the man maketh the suit or the suit maketh the man.



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Starring: Matt Damon, Frances McDormand, Hal Holbrook

Damon and director Gus Van Sant, who also collaborated on Good Will Hunting, craft an engaging and timely film .

Voices of: Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould

Another chance to see this favourite computer-animated film about a small fish in a very large ocean.

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm and Kim Bodnia

Pierce Brosnan is the weakest — though very lovable — link in this otherwise charming and well-scripted romantic comedy. The characters are superb and the acting brilliant, particularly by leading lady Dyrholm.

The Place Beyond The Pines (15)

Luke (Gosling) is an itinerant fairground stunt-rider who quits his job to settle down and provide for the son he begat with a waitress. Trouble is, this involves robbing banks.

Iron Man 3 (12A)

The third outing for Marvel’s action hero finds sardonic billionaire inventor Tony Stark (Downey) undone by a mercilessly ingenious foe known only as the Mandarin (a suitably sinister Kingsley). Naturally, in the guise of his ironclad alter ego, Stark fights to put his world back together again while simultaneously inflicting maximum retribution.

Promised Land (15)

Matt Damon, who also co-wrote the script, plays a salesman trying to persuade farmers to sell rights to their land for fracking. His integrity comes into question when he meets a local teacher.

Kids Club — Finding Nemo (U) Saturday 11am

A computer-animated comedy-adventure about Marlin, a paranoid Clown Fish devoted to his son, Nemo, the only survivor after a shark swallowed his mum and siblings.

Love Is All You Need (15)

Brosnan leads a Scandinavian cast as a fruit and veg mogul whose son is getting married in Italy. Romance is on the cards when he meets Ida, who’s recovering from cancer, and turns out to be the mother of the bride.

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