At The Movies 9/11/18

At The Movies 

Out this Week at the Cinema

The Grinch (U) – 9th November

The team behind the animated hit ‘The Lorax’ takes on another Dr Seuss classic tale, ‘The Grinch’. This classic festive story is retold with Benedict Cumberbatch as the miserable Grinch, who hates Christmas and decides to ruin it for the inhabitants of Whoville.

Featuring the voice talents of Angela Lansbury, Rashida Jones and Kenan Thompson, this will be the perfect film to get you in the Christmas mood.

Local Film Societies Showings

Dates for your diary;

Nantwich Film Club, Nantwich Civic Hall, 12th November, 7pm – Loving Vincent (12)

Doors open 7pm, Tickets are £5 per person

Sandbach Community Cinema, Sandbach Town Hall, 13th November, 7pm – King of Thieves (15)

Doors open 7pm, Tickets are £5 per person

What’s Happening on North Street Cafe, 15th November, 7pm – The Fall (15)

Doors open at 7pm, Film is free with the purchase of a hot drink and a cake

Malbank Community Cinema, School, 21st November, 7:30pm – Darkest Hour (PG)

In the School Hall at 7:30pm, Film is free to watch

Out to Buy on DVD and Blu-ray

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (12) – Out to buy now

Set a few years after the park has closed, a volcano threatens to erupt, killing all the dinosaurs roaming the island. A rescue attempt is made to save the species, however something more sinister lies behind Ingens motives.

Starring Chris Pratt, Dallas Bryce Howard and Rafe Spall, this is an exciting sci-fi sequel to an incredible franchise

Watcha’ Been Watchin’? Selected from reviews sent into the show

Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2018

“As a lifelong Queen fan i eagerly anticipated this movie, and it did not disappoint. Yes there are instances that the storyline takes liberties, however the costuming, hair, and overall attention to detail was splendid. The people cast were outstanding, Rami Malek has Freddie’s voice, mannerisms and overall demeanour down to a tee…The other band members were excellent too, Brian May being utterly on the nail. I was transported back in time and didn’t want to return….Excellent movie and seems a lot shorter than its 2 hour plus length!” Sheena from Nantwich

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Movie News

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence have confirmed that the long awaited sequel ‘Bad Boys For Life’ will begin production early next year. This project has been a long time coming, with issues in conflicting schedules slowing its progress. With ‘Bad Boys II’ released 15 years ago, lets hope it’s worth the wait.

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