This Wimbledon branch of this arthouse cinema chain is kind of like the high street member of the family, what with it being inside an HMV store. But rest assured they still screen all the cult newbies and oldies, as well as a few blockbusters (well, everyone wants to see James Bond, don't they?).
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23 The Broadway
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- Brad Pitt puts on his ‘confused but forthright guy’ face and hops on a plane bound for Kabul in this smart, informative, slightly-too-broad Netflix Original satire. He’s four-star US General Glen McMahon, a loosely fictionalised proxy for General ...Read more
- French filmmaker François Ozon’s ‘Frantz’ takes place in Germany in 1919, when the wounds of World War I were still horribly raw. Indeed, the film’s title character, a powerful absence throughout, is recently dead: Frantz was a young German soldie...Read more
- Talk about a sledgehammer metaphor: when aimless party girl Gloria (Anne Hathaway) starts to slip from casual drinker into full-blown alcoholic, her fractured psyche somehow conjures a thousand-foot lizard in South Korea that destroys anything it ...Read more
- Co-produced by Japan’s legendary Studio Ghibli (makers of ‘Spirited Away’), this elegantly spare and dialogue-free animated film casts a magical spell. Set entirely on a speck of desert island, ‘The Red Turtle’ wrecks you with its luscious hues: t...Read more
- Here is Jessica Chastain flexing her extraordinary Meryl Streep-like range again and just about keeping this political thriller in the realm of enjoyable. Her character is Elizabeth Sloane, a ruthless Washington DC lobbyist so fierce that when she...Read more
- This adaptation of Stephen Fry’s comic novel about an ageing alcoholic and his apparently miraculous godson relies so heavily on voiceover that it’s practically an audiobook. Roger Allam plays Ted Wallace, a pompous, washed-up ex-poet turned theat...Read more
- If you know the Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki, you’ll know he makes the driest of dry black comedies that rarely put a step further than a Helsinki bar – with a quiffed rockabilly band and pack of cigarettes never far away. His film are gems of ...Read more
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Friendly, intimate venue to see a film. Caters for everyone and you won't feel out of place if you are an OAP or a trendy creative. Staff are very helpful and you can have a glass of wine/beer/gin whilst you watch your desired film!
A brilliant addition to Wimbledon where you can watch a film in comfort and with the respect of fellow cinema goers who appreciate cinema etiquette: here the clientele know not to to talk or play with their mobile phones or eat noisy food whilst screening.....it is so quiet!
Big comfy spacious chairs, clean, great service and you can take a bottle of wine, the whole bottle, not just a glass!