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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- ‘Don’t kill him – wear him down.’ Those are among the first words we hear in Abderrahmane Sissako’s devastating African drama ‘Timbuktu’, spoken by a gun-toting jihadist chasing down a fleeing gazelle. The scene sets a chilling tone that’s impossi...Read more
- From sidekicks to centre-stage superstars, the Minions have busted out of the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise and gone rogue in this berserk slice of semi-silent slapstick silliness. Little, yellow, peachy-keen, and essentially useless, the Minions are ...Read more
- This is a femme-friendly and frequently hilarious riff on the fusty gender roles of the James Bond movies. It kicks off with debonair agent Bradley Fine (Jude Law) doing some quality espionage at a ritzy Eastern European cocktail party. Chatting i...Read more
- The fourth film in the series and the first in 14 years, 'Jurassic World' serves up another theme park and another bunch of knuckleheaded scientists cloned from the same strand of foresight-impaired DNA. It has absolutely no reason for being – exc...Read more
- Like the tale of Sweeney Todd but told from the viewpoint of Todd’s curtain-twitching neighbours, the National Theatre’s 2011 musical ‘London Road’ sang its way through the real-life 2006 murders of five Ipswich prostitutes using the real words of...Read more
- In a poll of things we really don’t need to see at the cinema, another 'Sherlock Holmes’ is pretty high on the list. Benedict Cumberbatch’s on-the-spectrum TV Holmes and kid-in-a-sweet-factory Robert Downey Jr have got it all sewn up. But make an ...Read more