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North Finchley Vue

Cinemas, Multiplex Brixton
3 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Venue name: North Finchley Vue
Contact:
Address: Great North Leisure Park
Chaplin Square
London
N12 0GL
Transport: Tube: East Finchley
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  • Time Out says
    1 out of 5 stars
    It’s tough enough being an Uber driver without Hollywood deciding that it’s a job ripe with comedic potential. The mostly awful ‘Stuber’ takes as its premise the idea that mild-mannered Uber driver Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) will do anything to get a f...
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  • Time Out says
    2 out of 5 stars
    We’re not above enjoying a Chucky movie, provided it doesn’t feel like it was made by a cranky, overtired child. The original 1988 ‘Child’s Play’ and its six sequels (that’s not a typo) never pretended to be art. Still, there was solidity, craft...
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  • Time Out says
    2 out of 5 stars
    Nobody wanted this one: a reboot of a series that now feels redundant with every galaxy-guarding wisecrack coming from the theater next door. But how fun was it back in 1997, when CGI-heavy sci-fi first collided with salt-and-pepper buddy comedy? ...
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  • Time Out says
    4 out of 5 stars
    There’s a lot that’s mind-bendingly corny about director Danny Boyle and writer Richard Curtis’s ‘Yesterday’, a peppy ‘what-if?’ musical comedy that imagines a world in which the Beatles never existed. Your ability to spend time in its big-hearted...
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  • Time Out says
    5 out of 5 stars
    Review by Joshua Rothkopf Unusually for a horror director, Ari Aster knows the real world is awful enough. Life doles out plenty of pain. ‘Hereditary’, his 2018 feature debut and one of the scariest movies in a decade, basically went: My grief ov...
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  • Time Out says
    3 out of 5 stars
    A languid, undercooked-feeling affair, writer-director Jim Jarmusch’s playful stab at the zombie movie returns the genre to the backwoods America of George Romero’s seminal ‘Night of the Living Dead’ and gives it a half-meta reworking. It sprinkle...
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Average User Rating

2.5 / 5

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tastemaker

Big, bright, brash and impersonal, this would never be my first choice cinema but it does have 9 screens, so can show all the latest films.  The staff are polite enough and the seating and screens fine, Situated on a small leisure park and with a cavernous Wagamama next door, other "trendy" restaurants and 10-pin bowling close by, it does seem more of a magnet for the younger crowd.    Good parking.

tastemaker

I am a big cinema fan, they make the experience however this cinema has to have the worst customer service. 

3 of my last visits no sense of queues - people just fly around everywhere, new tills open up and no one organises the people. I went to buy a voucher once and it took about 5 attempts for this to even work. 

The cinema itself is ok but i always find it a little dirty, left over rubbish not cleared away. Good car parking and location for me so I will still attend but it just needs a little love 

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