Films are shown every Wednesday with occasional Saturday night ‘Family nights’. The doors open at 6:30pm and the films start at around 7pm. Children under 16 are very welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Drinks are available at the bar throughout and after the films. There is a box for comments and suggestions below.
All films are FREE entry although donations are
appreciated at the door.
Lost City of Z (15) 1hr 30mins
James Gray writes and directs this action adventure adapted from the book by David Grann. Charlie Hunnam stars as British Colonel Percy Fawcett, an explorer who ventures deep into the Amazon jungle in search of a lost city thought to be the home of an ancient civilization. Accompanied by his close friend and fellow army officer Henry Costin (Robert Pattinson), Fawcett leaves behind his wife Nina (Sienna Miller) and embarks on an ambitious expedition to an uncharted area of the Brazilian jungle. After his first trip ends in disappointment and the outbreak of World War One holds up further plans to explore, an ageing Fawcett finally returns to the jungle in the early 1920s with his 20-year-old son Jack (Tom Holland) to continue his search. However, despite being warned that the area they are entering is inhabited by hostile warring tribes, the pair put their lives on the line and press on into the wilderness in one final bid to find the mysterious settlement
Family Film Night: The Lego Batman movie (U)
Patriots Day (15) 2hrs 13mins
Mark Wahlberg and Kevin Bacon star in this drama based on the events surrounding the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. With the streets of central Boston lined with people supporting the runners as they complete the final stages of the race, brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (Themo Melikidze and Alex Wolff) set off two powerful home-made bombs next to the finishing line. In the immediate aftermath of the attack, Police Sergeant Tommy Saunders (Wahlberg) joins a number of courageous first responders as they attempt to contain the situation and tend to the wounded
The Space Between Us (PG) 1hr 55min
Romantic sci-fi feature starring Asa Butterfield as a teenager raised on Mars who decides to return to Earth. 16-year-old Gardner Elliot (Butterfield) was the first human born on Mars and spent all of his childhood on the planet with scientists after his mother died in childbirth. After befriending a girl named Tulsa (Britt Robertson) online, Gardner travels to his home planet to experience all that he’s read about and missed out on for all of his lonely childhood. Desperate for human connection, Gardner escapes his guardians on Earth, who are tasked with monitoring him, and embarks on an adventure across the US with his fellow orphan, Tulsa, in search of his unknown father. However, the wonder of discovering the world for the first time is short-lived as scientists discover his body can’t withstand Earth’s gravity.
A United Kingdom (12) 1hr 46mins
David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike star in this romantic drama based on the true story of an African prince who fell in love with a white British woman in the 1940s. While studying in England, Prince Seretse Khama (Oyelowo) meets Ruth Williams (Pike), a beautiful young woman who immediately steals his heart. As the two begin a highly controversial love affair, they battle every day against prejudice and hate, hoping that their love will keep them together. When the time comes for Seretse to go home to take his place on the throne of Bechuanaland, he refuses to leave without Ruth and so the two marry and return as husband and wife. With British government official Alistair Canning (Jack Davenport) threatening Ruth with the knowledge that her marriage could cause the downfall of the British Empire in Africa, the couple do everything they can to convince the world that they can be an interracial couple and still successfully lead a country.
Family Film Night: Ballerina (U) 1hr 26min
Set in 1879 Paris. An orphan girl dreams of becoming a ballerina and flees her rural Brittany for Paris, where she passes for someone else and accedes to the position of pupil at the Grand Opera house.
Birth Of A Nation, (15) 2hrs
Nate Parker writes, directs and stars in this biographical drama which tells the story of Nat Turner (Parker) as he struggles with a life of slavery in the antebellum South. His owner Samuel (Armie Hammer) takes advantage of Nat’s literacy and preaching ability to try and quell the resistance displayed among his other slaves. Nat witnesses brutality and injustice inflicted upon his people and his preaching becomes ever more ardent. But as his passion grows, he becomes more of a problem for the slave owners and is himself brutally whipped. Though he grew up alongside Samuel, Nat has lost all respect for him and those like him and with his patience at an end, he is determined that all slaves shall have justice; and if not justice, vengeance
Underworld Blood Wars (15) 1hr 54min
Anna Foerster directs this action-horror, the latest instalment in the Underworld series, following Selene (Kate Beckinsale) as she is caught in the midst of the unending conflict between the Lycan and Vampire factions. The Lycans are preparing to mount a terrible and final war against the Vampires, intent on completely destroying them. At the head of this force there is an ambitious leader named Marius (Tobias Menzies) who intends to harvest the blood of Selene, a pure Vampire, to achieve unrivalled power. Selene and her allies must find a way to stop Marius if they are to have any chance of survival. To this end, Thomas (Charles Dance) sends Selene north to uncover a power that may save them from destruction, but time is running out, as the power her blood offers is desired by the Vampires too
Hunt for The Wonderpeople (12) 1hr 37min
A national manhunt is ordered for a rebellious kid and his foster uncle who go missing in the wild New Zealand bush.
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