Regent Street Cinema

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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Venue name: Regent Street Cinema
Address: University of Westminster
309 Regent St
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus
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  • Retitled for release in Britain, although Black Caesar gives a more accurate indication of the film's theme of the hero as over-reacher. James Brown belts out 'Ain't It Cool to Be a Boss' as Williamson decides to take over Harlem's crime from the ...
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  • Despite opportunities for some fine dancing from Astaire at his most energetic, he's lumbered not only with Crosby, crooning 'White Christmas' for the first time, but also with Marjorie Reynolds, clearly no replacement for Ginger Rogers. But the I...
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    • 2 out of 5 stars
    Everyone brings something to the party as Loretta Devine’s LA matriarch Ma’Dere welcomes her clan for the holidays. Eldest daughter Lisa (Regina King) is concealing a faltering marriage, sibling Kelli (Sharon Leal) is lonely in her high-powered ad...
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    • 4 out of 5 stars
    This sweetly told, ’50s-set Estonian drama is essentially ‘School of Rock’ with swords instead of guitars. It stars Märt Avandi (picture a young Jeremy Corbyn) as Endel, a fencer who takes a job as a PE teacher at a primary school in a poor, far-f...
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  • Time Out says
    • 5 out of 5 stars
    One of the most revealing documentaries ever made about a filmmaker, this juicy profile of Brian De Palma explores its subject’s famous obsessions with Hitchcock, gorgeous women in peril and coke-snorting gangsters. Even if you’re not a fan, you e...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    'Sicario' director Denis Villeneuve's colour-drained, mournful sci-fi drama 'Arrival' plays like a more mainstream filmmaker got his hands on Jonathan Glazer's experimental alien masterpiece 'Under the Skin' and added moments of international intr...
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Over 55?   A  classic matinee on Wednesdays for £1.75 including tea and coffee!  plus very comfortable seats and a live organist playing before the film.  Fantastic.  

Sarah R

Quite a majestic place, with amazingly comfortable seats and atmosphere that takes you back in time.

If I am being honest, one visit to this place and it made me a bit of a cinema snob. Now I would rather visit cinema it on rare occasions and make an evening out of it, and really choose a quality movie. Takes viewing movies on whole another level! Regent Street Cinema is for lovers of classical movies, products of movie elite.

Katie D
Staff Writer

This place is the best! We went the week it opened and saw an old black and white French film in just the fanciest setting - it looks like where Humphrey Bogart would have taken a date to see a film. It's amazing that it exists, just off the main drag of Oxford Street, and is a far more pleasurable experience than going to an iMax or Leicester Square multiplex. It's London (or maybe England?);s first cinema, and was recently restored to former glories. Go Go go!