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    Pinkham Lighthouse
    Lexi Cinema 194 Chamberlayne Rd
    Kensal Rise
    London
    NW10 3JU

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  • Fri Oct 24:

    • 16:00
  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 14:00
    • 16:15
  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 14:30
  • Mon Oct 27:

    • 14:00
    • 16:15
  • Tue Oct 28:

    • 16:30
  • Wed Oct 29:

    • 15:45
  • Thu Oct 30:

    • 14:00
    • 16:15

Gone Girl

Rating: 5/5

Transformed into the kind of wickedly confident Hollywood thriller you pray to see once in a decade, Gillian Flynn's absorbing missing-wife novel emerges – via a faithful script by the author herself – as the stealthiest comedy since ‘American Psycho...

  • Thu Oct 23:

    • 18:00
  • Fri Oct 24:

    • 20:45
  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 20:45
  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 19:15
  • Tue Oct 28:

    • 20:45
  • Wed Oct 29:

    • 20:15

Ida

Rating: 4/5

Tragedy hangs like smoke over this spectral, startling return to form for Polish-born, British-based writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski. First and foremost, there’s the historical tragedy of The Holocaust which drives the story. But there’s also, it s...

  • Wed Oct 29:

    • 13:30

Time is Illmatic

Rating: 4/5

The early ’90s were hip-hop’s Renaissance, Summer of Love and British Invasion combined. And Nas, born Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones in 1973 to a rough Brooklyn and Queens, became its reigning poet barely out of his teens. You won’t get any Jay Z dishing...

  • Mon Oct 27:

    • 20:45

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:

    • 20:30

ParaNorman

Rating: 4/5

An entire generation of children may grow up to be zombie-obsessed, black-clad emo kids as a result of watching ‘ParaNorman’, the spooky second stop-motion animation from Laika, the American studio that gave us 2009’s ‘Coraline’. This gem is just as...

  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 10:30

This Is Where I Leave You

Rating: 1/5

It’s a bad time to be Judd Altman (Jason Bateman). Not long after this disc-jockey assistant finds his wife in bed with his boss, he gets a call from Mama Altman (Jane Fonda) informing him his father has died. Dad’s final request was that the whole,...

  • Fri Oct 24:

    • 18:30
  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 18:30
  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 17:00
  • Mon Oct 27:

    • 11:00
    • 18:30
  • Tue Oct 28:

    • 18:30
  • Wed Oct 29:

    • 18:00
  • Thu Oct 30:

    • 18:15

’71

Rating: 3/5

Belfast, 1971, and Gary (Jack O'Connell), a young private in the British army, is thrown in at the deep end of the Troubles; more than that, his hands are tied and there are bricks in his pocket. This quiet lad from Derbyshire has barely been in Belf...

  • Thu Oct 23:

    • 20:45

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Sanjay P

LEXI KIDS' CLUB IS A RIP OFF. The website says that every Saturday there is a kids' club. Not only is this not the case but when we turned up late for the kids' film, admittedly our own fault, the person at reception took our money but failed to tell us that the film was 20 minutes in even when specifically asked if it was worth going in. The film was only 56 minutes long and barely comprehensible to a very disappointed five year old as a result. When challenged the manager was immediately rude and defensive and told us that it was our own fault for being late, that the person at the entrance was a volunteer and that the reason there was no lead in time is that they don't have adverts.

Apparently the kids club with the craft play is only run when they feel like it despite the representation on the website that it is included in the price every Saturday. He then became aggressive, seemed to have no idea what his own website said, refused a refund and told me I had an anger management problem. Strangely enough I was a bit cross when looking at the face of my upset child who was really looking forward to some craft activity after the film. A complete contrast to the Everyman in Maida Vale a couple of weeks ago which is half the price has a very gentle welcoming atmosphere for children and someone actually bothers to clean it. A bit of a blow for those of us who really try to support local enterprises, but regrettably I will not be going back. For the record I have never before written an adverse web review and I am in the very fortunate position that I can afford to lose the money but when someone leaves my child feeling short changed I do get angry. Shame on you Lexi.