Cineworld At The O2, Greenwich

Cinemas, Multiplex Greenwich Peninsula
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Cineworld At The O2, Greenwich

People don’t just come to the O2 Arena to watch Ed Sheeran play live. There is a cinema here too. The 11-screen Cineworld Greenwich is a multiplex that supersizes everything, from the jaw-dropping dimensions of the Sky Superscreen – the widest in Europe – down to the jam-packed programme brimming with titles. This is also where Sundance London pitches up each year when it brings its film festival to the capital, making this an important destination on the filmgoing map.

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Venue name: Cineworld At The O2, Greenwich
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Address: The O2
Peninsula Square
London
SE10 0DX
Transport: Tube: North Greenwich
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  • Time Out says
    • 2 out of 5 stars
    ‘Fifty Shades Darker’. The clue is in the title. The second ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ film is aiming for the shadows. It wants to be a thriller, where the erotic risk of Christian Grey’s sex dungeon is upstaged by actual danger (of the non S&M variet...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    No, ‘Trolls’ is not a movie about the haters with terrible spelling who threaten people on the Internet. This musical kids’ animation is based on the plastic dolls with frizzy hair that were big in the ’90s. And against the odds, it’s funny and sn...
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  • Time Out says
    • 4 out of 5 stars
    The young writer-director Damien Chazelle has followed his Oscar-winning drama 'Whiplash' with another entirely novel film steeped in the world of music. His soaring, romantic, extremely stylish and endlessly inventive 'La La Land' is that rare be...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    This follow-up to Tim Burton’s 2010 ‘Alice in Wonderland’ brings back most of the same team (though Burton has stepped back to be a producer), and the same high-energy and bucketful of 3D digital effects approach. Mia Wasikowska returns as the emi...
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  • Time Out says
    • 1 out of 5 stars
    This belated, unwanted horror sequel is as much fun as watching blood dry. The 2002 Hollywood remake of Japanese shocker ‘The Ring’ may not have been a patch on its predecessor, but it had a solid pedigree: ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ creator Gore ...
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  • Time Out says
    • 4 out of 5 stars
    Just when you thought it was safe to schedule a relaxing deep tissue massage, ‘A Cure for Wellness’ comes along and ruins spas forever. Dank and filled with an unshakable sense of dread, this stupendously icky horror film creates an unusually imag...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    If the future of Hollywood lies to the East, we should all get very comfortable with crowd-pleasing, cross-cultural action blockbusters like ‘The Great Wall’. Guaranteed neither to offend nor confuse audiences from Beijing to Boston, this is as mu...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    The title of this burger-based biopic drips with irony: businessman Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) may have sold himself as the founder of the McDonald's empire, but the truth was a little different. Kroc was an on-the-road milkshake mixer salesman whe...
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  • Time Out says
    • 4 out of 5 stars
    This delightful animated feature from the studio behind the Minions movies takes a tired-sounding idea – a comedy set around a talent contest – and turns it into something winning and witty. ‘Sing’ is fast and frenetic, dashing from character to c...
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  • Time Out says
    • 4 out of 5 stars
    Before you get funny, no, they haven’t come for his cat this time. Keanu Reeves is back as the taciturn ex-assassin prone to murderous rages: 2014’s ‘John Wick’ saw him taking on the Russian mobsters who killed his dog (it reminded him of his dead...
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Chesca R
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I freaking love this cinema. Last time I went I had the pleasure of sitting in a D-box seat, which I can't believe I have only just discovered. I am jealous of kids that get to experience them whilst still little as I bet it makes the whole cinema experience just incredible. For those of you who haven't yet stumbled across them the seats vibrate and move in relation to whats happening during the film, for example if there is an explosion the seat will vibrate to immerse you that little bit further into the movie magic. They are a little bit more expensive but worth every penny. I had a bit of a drama with my booking and we lost one of my friends as their phone battery died but I have to give a special mention to Warren one of the managers who couldn't have been more helpful and friendly helping us sort out our predicament, thank you. 

Tara P
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In my experience the cinema at the O2 is an adequate venue for an evening out. 


The cinema offers a lot of variety, and the food venues are fit for purpose. I love that you can find everything under one roof with such convenient transport links. 


The Sky Bar is quiet and offers reasonable cocktails before your meal. However, they could do with turning the volume down in most showings - particularly during the adverts. Loud does not equal better. Avoid if you have sensitive ears.