This independent cinema has restored my faith in finding cultural life outside London. Multiplex-style comfy seats, a mix of indy and mainstream films and a great little cafe bar with an outdoor terrace.
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- Like a souped-up version of his earlier 'Frances Ha', 'Mistress America' finds American writer-director Noah Baumbach ('The Squid and the Whale', 'Greenberg') working with a manic screwball energy that has more in common with old Hollywood greats ...Read more
- Guy Ritchie’s reboot of ‘The Man From UNCLE’ – the 1960s spy TV series that no one under 50 will remember – has a sunny, tongue-in-cheek vibe. Its Cold War Europe setting is less about paying homage to its vague influences (including Ian Fleming a...Read more
- The French are good at sex. They’re always at it, making cheeky comedies with characters hopping in and out of each other’s beds as often as they pop to the boulangerie for croissants. What’s different about ‘Gemma Bovery’ is that it ropes us stif...Read more
- If you grew up south of Gretna Green, bribe a Scot to translate the thick Glaswegian accents in Robert Carlyle’s grisly serial killer comedy. ‘Barney Thomson’ is his directing debut, mixing milky tea, suitable-for-Sunday-evening-television humour ...Read more