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Reviews, trailers, cinema listings and UK film releases

The best films in cinemas now

1

The BFG

Steven Spielberg adapts Roald Dahl's book into a warm and welcoming family-friendly adventure

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2

Star Trek Beyond

The new Trek movie is old-school to the core: a rip-roaring, straight-up space adventure

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3

Chevalier

Six men on a boat engage in pointless competitions in this clever Greek comedy

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4

Ghostbusters

Haters, begone – this is a smart, funny, deeply silly reboot of the beloved supernatural franchise

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5

The Hard Stop

A hard-hitting doc about the aftermath of the police killing of Tottenham man Mark Duggan

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6

Maggie's Plan

Greta Gerwig suffers buyer's remorse when she hooks up with Ethan Hawke in this smart anti-romcom

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7

Weiner

Think our politicians are bad? Check out this darkly funny doc about NYC mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner

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8

Baskin

This beautiful but ferocious Turkish horror movie is not for the fainthearted

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9

The Nice Guys

Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe front this hilarious, all-action buddy comedy

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10

Me Before You

Emilia Clarke shines in this sparky, charming, heartstring-tugging romance

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Comments

9 comments
Holden
Holden

I cannot believe that David Ehrlich's review of 'The Witch' actually reveals two major plot spoilers that the trailer goes at pains to keep ambiguous. If you haven't seen the film yet and don't want it spoiled then please avoid this review - shame on Time Out for letting this slip through.

Mark D
Mark D

Time Out used to be a useful resource.  It was comprehensive and, when it went on-line, it was comprehensive and searchable.  Now it is neither.

I should have thought that when you turned yourselves into a giveaway, you would have been interested in making your on-line offer better, so as to retain your "readers".  You have failed to do so - presumably because you think that, as the giveaway turns a profit, you have no need to do anything to look after your customers.  The physical version of Time Out is now just more tube litter;  the on-line version is the digital equivalent


The sooner you close down and stop wasting space, the better.


Bring back City Limits!


(ps, your music listings are just as useless, so at least, in that regard, your offer is consistent)

Peter J
Peter J

Since others are pressing for improvements to this site, I might as well put in my bit. Where is the box to search for reviews of older films??  I used to use this site to check out older films now available on DVD and it was very good, but I haven't been able to do this for a while now.  Surely TimeOut has a huge bank of reviews so what is the point of hiding them?.  If the site is being upgraded in response to these comments can you please give us back our search box for old reviews?


Christine J
Christine J

I agree - it surely can't be that difficult to search for a particular film on a particular date anywhere in London can it? What a failure this website is!

Rosy L
Rosy L

Searching for a film for tomorrow night was a virtually fruitless and frustrating exercise taking 20 minutes of my life that I'll never get back.  So much for "an improved website" Time Out.  Badly done.

Cornelius A
Cornelius A

This is a very poor website.  If it was beta tested before it went live then it is even poorer than I first thought.  I have taken the time to sign up to this account just to say make it user friendly and fit for purpose or just scrap it. Ad the previous writer stated this i site is now a chore.

Michael B
Michael B

Please, please, how can I look at what films are on in Richmond tomorrow?  What insights do I need to handle your website?  When I search for "Film" in "Richmond" "Tomorrow", I get "No results"!  When I try again, I get "88413 films ""!!  When I search again I get a manageable list of films without any reference to where and when.  Therefore, in order to find the time of performance and which cinema one must click individually on each film.  I can't believe it.


By the way how do I access a cinema by name??  Aaah!


Time Out is no longer my source of investigation for planning a cinema visit - I have found that one needs to google directly to cinemas.  For years the reason why I bought Time Out was solely to avoid this chore.  And that is why I have been willing to pay my subscription for my weekly delivery of Time Out., but this is pointless.

Philippa B
Philippa B

@Michael B If you are looking for  a good, navigable website providing film reviews and listings (I think even maybe outside London), try Londonnet.