Rio Cinema (Dalston)

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    Rio Cinema (Dalston) 107 Kingsland High St
    London
    E8 2PY

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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...

  • Tue Jul 29:

    • 11:00
  • Wed Jul 30:

    • 11:00
  • Thu Jul 31:

    • 11:00

Finding Vivian Maier

Rating: 3/5

In life she was an eccentric: a Chicago nanny who took the children she looked after on trips to the city’s rougher neighbourhoods. Her name was Vivian Maier, and this intriguing but slapdash doc uncovers a side of her that friends and employers neve...

  • Wed Jul 30:

    • 18:15
  • Thu Jul 31:

    • 18:15
  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 16:30

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...

  • Fri Aug 1:

    • 14:00
  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 14:00
  • Mon Aug 4:

    • 14:00
  • Tue Aug 5:

    • 14:00
  • Wed Aug 6:

    • 14:00
  • Thu Aug 7:

    • 14:00
  • Fri Aug 1:

    • 16:30
    • 18:45
    • 21:00
  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 18:45
    • 21:00
  • Sun Aug 3:

    • 18:45
    • 21:00
  • Mon Aug 4:

    • 16:30
    • 18:45
    • 21:00
  • Tue Aug 5:

    • 16:30
    • 18:45
    • 21:00
  • Wed Aug 6:

    • 16:30
    • 18:45
    • 21:00
  • Thu Aug 7:

    • 16:30
    • 18:45
    • 21:00

Mood Indigo

Rating: 2/5

This adaptation by Michel Gondry (‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’) of French author Boris Vian’s whimsical 1947 novel ‘Froth on the Daydream’ is aggressively irritating. Our hero, well-to-do Parisian Colin (Romain Duris), lives a carefree lif...

  • Thu Aug 7:

    • 11:15

Only Lovers Left Alive

Rating: 3/5

Jim Jarmusch's smacked-out vampire movie 'Only Lovers Left Alive' starts with a close-up of a seven-inch single spinning on a turntable. Which is apt, as this slim, dreamy film demands that you kick back and slip into its slow, deadpan groove if it's...

  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 23:30

The Reef 2: High Tide (Autism Friendly Screening)

A year has passed since Pi defeated villainous shark Troy. Alas, Troy escapes from a Navy research facility and swims back to the reef, determined to exact revenge on Pi. The shark and his posse arrive at low tide so cannot carry out their plan until...

  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 11:00

Boyhood

Rating: 5/5

Looking at it one way, ‘Boyhood’ is a spectacularly cheap way of saving on actors’ salaries. To capture his rambling yet absorbing Texas family drama, director Richard Linklater (‘Before Midnight’) agreed with several actors – including his eight-yea...

  • Wed Jul 30:

    • 14:45
    • 20:15
  • Thu Jul 31:

    • 14:45
    • 20:15

Other cinemas nearby

  1. The Alibi

    Kingsland High Street
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    E8 2PB
    159.8yd
  2. Dalston House

    Ashwin Street
    London
    E8 3DL
    161.1yd
  3. Gillett Square

    off Bradbury Street
    London
    N16 8JN
    198.4yd
  4. Dalston Social Club

    Stoke Newington Road
    London
    N16 7XN
    321.6yd

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Gill ward

lovely, quaint. old style cinema with a fantastic range of old and new films for the young, old and just about anyone. it's a proper stalwart of Dalston. There's mother and baby film sessions. a cafe serving hot and cold drinks, snacks and cake. it's laid back, serious about film, gets along with business quietly, has interesting themes from time to time and is like cinema used to be, smell, feel and exist. Don't mess around with the chains, the Rio's a proper gem and long may she live.