Vue Basingstoke Festival Place

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Venue name: Vue Basingstoke Festival Place
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Address: Festival Place
New Market Square
Basingstoke
RG21 7BB
Price: £6.75-£9.45
  • There’s an old rumour that Ronald Reagan used to study newsreel footage of Adolf Hitler in order to inject his own speeches with the Führer’s aggressive and hypnotic style. Whether true or not, it’s a method Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson looks also to...
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  • A tearaway teen learns about teamwork through sport in this unoriginal gymnastics drama (there’s a genre. . .). To avoid juvenile detention, Haley attends an academy run by Burt Vickerman (Jeff Bridges). At first her surly attitude and backchat al...
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  • This ‘London’ melodrama certainly gives the auteur theory a concrete overcoat.  As shots of Lewis Cubitt’s famed train shed in every other frame remind us, we’re in King’s Cross. At one point, as Jude Law’s trendy young architect, Will, sits in hi...
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  • This charming biopic underlines the fallacy of confusing an author with their work. Forever synonymous with her fluffy illustrated tales for well-brought-up children, Beatrix Potter herself actually lived a life marked by struggle against her rest...
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  • The eponymous character in this faithful, live-action adaptation of EB White’s quaint 1952 tale of friendship, salvation, sacrifice and mortality isn’t, as the title suggests, some noirish femme fatale. Rather, she’s an innocent spider with a prop...
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  • Time Out says
    • 2 out of 5 stars
    No one does saccharine like Adam Sandler. The man can be sharp, angry and funny – but when he lays on the sweetness, it’s like drowning in an avalanche of Tate & Lyle. Even in animated form, as the voice of the world’s most famous bloodsucke...
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  • Time Out says
    • 2 out of 5 stars
    ‘Homeland’ actor Rupert Friend, with his penetrating grey eyes and menacingly hollowed-out cheeks, has a way of looking like he’s plotting a puppy massacre. Which comes in handy, since this ridiculous, violent, occasionally fun arse-end-of-summer ...
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  • Time Out says
    • 2 out of 5 stars
    A smart concept is thoroughly wasted in this cute but grating Dreamworks animated comedy. It opens with an alien invasion – but not one of those messy, bloodthirsty ones. Our new extraterrestrial overlords, the cheerful, squashy Boov, merely want ...
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