Vue Westfield London
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The Vue Westfield sits within the Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush, west London, and offers 17 screens, showing mainly mainstream movies. Seven of the screens are 3D-enabled, while there are three luxury Scene screens (upscale seats, more expensive tickets) and two VueXtreme screens – essentially IMAX-style screens. The venue offers the usual selection of food and drink.
- At last, Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ exists in the real world. What has to be one of the most well-documented troubled productions in movie history has now actually been seen by an audience. As Gilliam peevishly puts it in the...Read more
- A trainee lawyer helps death row inmates in this stirring drama based on the work of attorney Bryan Stevenson. Michael B Jordan (‘Creed’, ‘Black Panther’) is on fine form as the young Harvard graduate who offers free legal services to men like Wal...Read more
- A little history, kittens: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s megamusical was always vaguely creepy, even to the eyes of fans (including this boy in 1982). It was either sublime or ridiculous or sublimely ridiculous. ‘Cats’, the movie, meanwhile, was long thou...Read more
- There’s a longstanding tradition in Hollywood that if you put an uber-macho beefcake in a situation where they have to care for a child, it’s a recipe for hilarity. A man? Looking after a child? What next! Admittedly it can work (‘Kindergarten Cop...Read more
- Director Rian Johnson has an oxygen problem. He sometimes leaves too little air in his highly lacquered, dialogue-heavy film contraptions for his characters to breathe. (This puts him in excellent company with the Coen brothers and Quentin Taranti...Read more
- You know the old saying: if you’re going to make a romcom, you might as well make it about a girl who has the supernatural ability to change the weather. Makoto Shinkai’s anime follow-up to 2016’s body-swapping ‘Your Name’ doesn’t scrimp on whimsy...Read more
- A pure adrenaline hit of a movie that takes place mostly in the lethal glare of daylight, Sam Mendes’s stunning, sorta-single-take ‘1917’ hits its greatest heights when darkness falls. A single British tommy dusts himself off from a glancing wou...Read more
- The famously press-shy director won’t be discussing it anytime soon, but Terrence Malick must have been stung by the shrugs that have greeted his recent films. As blasphemous as it sounds, his triptych of ruminations on love and relationships – ‘K...Read more
- Get your cringing over with now: The guy who directed ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, New Zealand’s gifted Taika Waititi, has made a movie about an adorable Hitler Youth whose imaginary buddy is Adolf himself (Waititi plays Hitler). Honestly, the news is good...Read more
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