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  • Address:

    Odeon Oxford George Street George Street
    Oxford
    OX1 2BL

  • Venue phone:

    0871 22 44 007

  • Venue website:

    www.odeon.co.uk

  • Price:

    £7.80-£9.50

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    1. Odeon Oxford George Street
      • George Street
        Oxford
        OX1 2BL
      • 0871 22 44 007
      • www.odeon.co.uk
      • 51.753621,-1.261955

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Before I Go to Sleep

Rating: 3/5

If there was as much injury-related memory loss in real life as in the movies, we’d all be walking around with pillows Sellotaped to our heads. This latest high-concept amnesia thriller stars Nicole Kidman as Christine, an English woman who can no lo...

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The BoxTrolls

Rating: 3/5

It’s no surprise that this digitally animated adventure from the producers of Edward Gorey-esque kids’ fairytales ‘Coraline’ and ‘ParaNorman’ is an ooky, spooky affair. But the sheer stomach-churning weirdness of ‘The Boxtrolls’ is still a shock. In...

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The Hundred-Foot Journey

Papa Kadam and his family flee Mumbai after an arson attack on their restaurant, which results in the death of Papa's wife. They seek refuge in a French village, which boasts a Michelin star establishment run by widow Madame Mallory. The building acr...

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If I Stay

Rating: 3/5

First love always feels like a matter of life and death. But it really is for Portland teenager Mia (Chloë Moretz, Hit Girl in ‘Kick-Ass’) in this adaptation of Gayle Forman’s bestselling young-adult novel. We find the budding classical cellist as he...

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The Inbetweeners 2

Rating: 1/5

Six years after the launch of the original ‘Inbetweeners’ TV series, what are these four idiots currently in between, exactly? Maturity and middle age? Now that the lead actors are all well into their late twenties, the joke is starting to wear very...

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Let's Be Cops

Rating: 1/5

You’d think the gun-happy American police would have enough PR problems at the moment without having to contend with lame portrayals in aggressively unfunny comedies. The shoddy ‘Let’s Be Cops’ is a skit-length idea stretched beyond snapping point. L...

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Lucy

Rating: 3/5

This ridiculous, highly watchable, at points startlingly psychedelic action thriller is probably Luc Besson’s best film since ‘Léon’ (which isn’t saying a great deal). Riffing on her recent performance in ‘Under the Skin’, Scarlett Johansson plays Lu...

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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...

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Obvious Child

Rating: 4/5

The Hollywood way of dealing with unplanned pregnancy has typically been to have a female character blissfully bond with her womanhood through childbirth. But in Gillian Robespierre’s revolutionary ‘Obvious Child’, abortion is sympathetically present...

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Pride

Rating: 5/5

It’s the holy grail for filmmakers: to tell a story with something to say about our world that is also shamelessly entertaining, moving and funny. ‘Pride’ recalls how a small group of gay activists took a trip from London to rural South Wales in 1984...

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