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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- This should have been something truly remarkable: a peerless cast of playing-against-type Hollywood bigwigs, a director whose track record (‘Capote’, ‘Moneyball’) screams quality and a real-life story that speaks to timely themes of wealth, privil...Read more
- The first film ended with Winter, the dolphin with a prosthetic fin, being rehomed in a Florida aquarium. You’d be forgiven for thinking the story had already peaked. However, this sequel is an unexpectedly worthwhile follow-up. Depressed after th...Read more
- Anyone with fond memories of the books or a dusty Paddington Bear sitting on a shelf in their childhood bedroom can rest easy: this first-ever movie take on Peru’s furriest export is a cuddly, thoughtful triumph. But not too cuddly. The beauty of...Read more
- The English feminist Vera Brittain was only 24 at the end of World War I, but had already lived enough life to fill a memoir, ‘Testament of Youth’ (although it took her close to 17 years to write). The book has now been adapted into a beautifully ...Read more
- At its best, this affecting biopic of the cosmos-rattling astrophysicist Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) smartly avoids schmaltz. Hawking has often seen the dark humour in the disease that began robbing him of his muscular functions as early as h...Read more
- It’s 40 years after the events of 2012’s icy, throat-grabbing original film of Susan Hill’s novella, and London is being bombed to bits by the blasted Germans. To add insult to injury, there’s no sign of Daniel Radcliffe. For this disposable, low-...Read more