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    Cineworld Wood Green Shopping City
    High St
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    N22 6YQ

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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Rating: 2/5

Meaty fists connect with faces, guns explode like nukes and panes of glass don't have a chance of maintaining structural integrity – yet for all of the amplified destruction of Robert Rodriguez’s action sequel to 2005’s ‘Sin City’, it never impresses...

  • Fri Aug 29:

    • 23:40
  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 13:00
    • 15:45
    • 18:30
    • 21:10
    • 23:40
  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 13:00
    • 15:45
    • 18:30
    • 21:10
  • Mon Sep 1:

    • 13:00
    • 15:45
    • 18:30
    • 21:10
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 13:00
    • 15:45
    • 18:30
    • 21:10
  • Wed Sep 3:

    • 13:00
    • 15:45
    • 18:30
    • 21:10
  • Thu Sep 4:

    • 13:00
    • 15:45
    • 18:30
    • 21:10

Singham Returns

Rating: 2/5

Honest daredevil cop Singham (Ajay Devgn) is back in this schematic sequel to the 2011 Hindi blockbuster, which itself was a remake of a Tamil potboiler. Relocated from Goa, Singham (which means ‘lion’) is now the deputy police commissioner of Mumbai...

  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 22:30

The Unbeatables

Rating: 2/5

Footy fever in South America? Isn’t that sooo last month? A commercial opportunity has been missed here. Still, kids still experiencing World Cup withdrawal symptoms may be entertained by this animated oddity from Argentina (an unexpected move from d...

  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 10:50
  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 10:50
  • Mon Sep 1:

    • 10:50
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 10:50

What If?

Rating: 3/5

It’s easy to joke about Daniel Radcliffe (not in a mean way, more like teasing a little brother). But we’ll have to stop now, because Harry Potter is all grown-up and he can act. He’s lovely in this hipster-ish romcom, playing a medical school dropou...

  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 11:30
  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 11:30
  • Mon Sep 1:

    • 11:30
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 11:30

NT Live: Medea

Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to assume the demanding title role in Euripides's powerful tragedy in a new version by Ben Power. This live broadcast from in London is directed by Carrie Cracknell with music written by Will Gregory and...

  • Thu Sep 4:

    • 19:00

Billy Elliot - The Musical: Live

A live screening from London's West End of the Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation of the acclaimed British film about a spirited 11-year-old boy from County Durham, who dreams of becoming a ballet dancer against the turbulent backdrop of the 1980...

  • Sun Sep 28:

    • 14:00
    • 19:00

Stephen Fry Live: More Fool Me

A live event to mark the publication of Stephen Fry's brand new volume of memoirs More Fool Me. Get a sneak preview of the new book: a heady tale of the late eighties and early nineties in which Stephen - driven to create, perform and entertain - bur...

  • Wed Oct 1:

    • 19:30

NT Live Encore Screening: Frankenstein

Two specially filmed performances of Danny Boyle's staging of Mary Shelley in a new adaptation by Nick Dear. Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller alternate the roles of Victor Frankenstein and his hideous creation, whose fates become entwined wi...

  • Thu Oct 30:

    • 19:30
  • Tue Nov 4:

    • 19:30

The Nut Job

Rating: 2/5

After unwittingly causing a fire which destroys the park animals’ food supply for the winter ahead, maverick squirrel Surly (Will Arnett) is shamed into thinking less about himself and more about others in this painless, largely unremarkable animated...

  • Mon Sep 1:

    • 20:30
  • Tue Sep 16:

    • 19:00
  • Mon Sep 22:

    • 20:30

Pride

This Brit comedy-drama sounds a bit Ken Loach meets 'The Full Monty'. Set during the summer of 1984 and based on real events, 'Pride' is the story of gay activists who decide to raise money for striking miners at the Gay Pride March in London. Troubl...

  • Mon Sep 8:

    • 20:15

Maleficent

Rating: 3/5

Sometimes a piece of perfect casting goes a long way: Angelina Jolie only has to cock one mildly perturbed, ruthlessly arched eyebrow to upstage all the fairy dust swirling around her in Disney’s uneven rethink of its classic villainess. Jolie is a t...

  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 10:20
  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 10:20

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