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    Odeon Wimbledon The Broadway
    London
    SW19 1QG

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Tarzan

Rating: 2/5

This German attempt to match Hollywood at digital animation proves that technical knowhow and a reliable old yarn will only get you so far when imagination is lacking. It’s an ingenious set-up: the Greystoke Corp is exploring remotest Africa for the...

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    • 11:00

How to Train Your Dragon 2

Rating: 3/5

This follow-up to the 2010 animated hit flies into cinemas on the back of an enormous amount of goodwill toward its teen hero, Hiccup, and his tamed winged beast, Toothless. It’s five years later now, and the story sees a more stubbly Hiccup (voiced...

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    • 11:20
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Transformers: Age of Extinction

Rating: 3/5

In 2013 Michael Bay tried to make a real movie: the underrated ‘Pain & Gain’, a Miami crime comedy with actual performances and a satirical bite. He was mocked. So it feels like Bay has returned to his normal beat – big robots, explosions and tush sh...

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NT Live: Medea

Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to take the title role in Euripides' powerful tragedy, in a new version by Ben Power, directed by Carrie Cracknell.

  • Thu Sep 4:

    • 19:00

RSC Live: The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

Simon Godwin makes his RSC debut to direct Shakespeare's exuberant romantic comedy live from Stratford-upon-Avon. During a trip to Milan, best friends Valentine and Proteus fall head over heels in love with the same woman, the Duke's daughter Silvia....

  • Wed Sep 3:

    • 19:00

Billy Elliot - The Musical: Live

A live screening from London's West End of the Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation of the acclaimed British film about a spirited 11-year-old boy from County Durham, who dreams of becoming a ballet dancer against the turbulent backdrop of the 1980...

  • Sun Sep 28:

    • 14:00
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Chef

Rating: 4/5

Carl Casper (writer-director Jon Favreau) is stuck in a rut. Ten years into his plum post at a high-end LA restaurant, the onetime Miami food wunderkind has taken to passionless, crowd-baiting cooking, hamstrung by his seat-filling boss (Dustin Hoffm...

  • Thu Jul 24:

    • 21:00

The Lego Movie

Rating: 4/5

With one obvious exception, toy stories do not have the luckiest big-screen pedigree: the results are often either sugary cartoons for undemanding kids or noisy blockbusters for brain-dead teens. If the producers of ‘The LEGO Movie’ had taken either...

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    • 11:00

Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie

The eponymous TV sitcom, in which Irish performer Brendan O’Carroll channels his inner Dame Edna to play a foul-mouthed old lady, was slated by critics on its first broadcast in 2011 – one reviewer noted that the programme ‘makes you vaguely embarras...

  • Thu Jul 24:

    • 21:10

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