Vue Altrincham

Greater Manchester


Also known as the Apollo in homage to its previous owners, the Vue Altrincham cinema boasts six screens showcasing the big new cinema releases.

Venue name: Vue Altrincham
Contact:
Address: 9 Denmark Street
Altrincham
WA14 2WG
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  • Max Skinner (Russell Crowe) is a morally retarded City trader who lives by his hands-free kit and Tie Rack charge card until one day he inherits a vineyard in Provence from his daffy old uncle (Albert Finney). At first, the habitually xenophobic M...
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  • Kevin Costner finally acts his age in this decidedly patchy US Coast Guard drama, and is spot-on as the lead rescue swimmer in Alaskan waters, who’s demoted after a tragedy and not happy to be training the service’s newest intake. Which is where t...
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  • Destructive tomfoolery on a typically grand scale, with Moore - trying on 007's white jacket for the first time - matched against a battery of colourful villains (blacks are the baddies this time) and voodoo chiles. Two hours long and anti-clima...
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  • Confused plot and digressive globe trotting notwithstanding, the best Bond in years. A radical rethink on 007 accommodates the new man; Dalton brings a positive emotional commitment to tight spots and courtship, and emerges as a Buchanite romantic...
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  • Much like ‘The War Of The Roses’, this wilfully bucks romantic comedy formula by speeding through a couple’s courtship and cohabitation and diving straight into the separation of the title: a family dinner party is the catalyst, widening the gap b...
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  • Despite the cringingly unfunny jive-talk opener, Sony’s first computer-animation turns out to be a bit of a hoot, replete with some fabulous characterisations and a couple of decent songs. Boog the domesticated grizzly (voice of Martin Lawrence) l...
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  • A decade on from ‘Get Shorty’, all that was effortlessly cool about that hip and breezy Barry Sonnenfeld-helmed Elmore Leonard adaptation has gone AWOL from this lame, lifeless, borderline-embarrassing sequel. Loan shark-turned-film producer Chi...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    Released in the wake of star Paul Walker’s untimely death in a car wreck, ‘Fast & Furious 7’ was always going to lay it on thick with the nostalgic montages and slap on the back, hug-it-out, ‘I’m gonna miss you, dog’ macho bonding. But for all tha...
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