Sunday, 31 August 2014
Will, Jay, Neil and Simon head Down Under in this raunchy sequel to the record-breaking comedy. Last time we met the Rudge Park posse, they were causing chaos in Malia, Crete. Nearly a year on, Will (Simon Bird), Jay (James Buckley), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Simon (Joe Thomas) have gone their separate ways. Jay is staying with his uncle in Australia. Neil has actually managed to get a job. And Simon and Will are at different universities, but life isn't panning out as they'd hoped. So when Jay emails to say he's now become the biggest DJ in Australia and his life is one long party, the threesome need no encouragement to leap on a plane for a wild Easter break. Creators Damon Beesley and Iain Morris take over as co-directors of this eagerly anticipated sequel to the most successful British comedy of all time. Expect outback mayhem and big laughs!
Saturday, 2 August 2014
Man and apes embark on a spectacular collision course in the thrilling sequel to 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes'. Ten years have passed since apes and men went their separate ways after the battle of the Golden Gate Bridge. Mankind has been all but wiped out by the simian flu. Caesar (Andy Serkis), meanwhile, leads an evolving, peaceful ape society in the depths of San Francisco's Muir Woods. When a band of human survivors stumble across the ape village, Malcolm (Jason Clarke) and Ellie (Keri Russell) are eager to promote peace between these former enemies. But they reckon without hot-headed survivalist Dreyfus (Gary Oldman), who leads an army of soldiers and is hell-bent on revenge! 'Cloverfield' director Matt Reeves takes over for this electrifying sequel, which 'The Guardian' describes as "spectacular and sophisticated" and 'The Mirror' calls "a classy, exciting genre film that packs in drama, twists and Âspectacular action". Tickets are selling fast, and Cineworld is adding more screenings due to popular demand. We're showing the movie in both 3D and D-Box, in order to give you the absolute cinema experience. So book now to see this must-see summer blockbuster that is wowing audiences and critics alike!
Britain's Got Talent's lovable dancing canine champ is voiced by David Walliams in his first big-screen family adventure. Pudsey is a cheeky, happy-go-lucky London stray who's adopted by young siblings Molly (Izzy Meikle-Small), George (Spike White) and Tommy (Malachy Knights). They've recently lost their father, so mum Gail (Jessica Hynes) decides on a change of scenery by moving to the rural village of Chuffington. But just as our pampered hero is beginning to enjoy family life, trouble rears its ugly head in the evil form of landlord Mr. Thorne (John Sessions) and his dastardly cat Faustus! Amazing dancing dog Pudsey captured the hearts of the nation when he won Britain's Got Talent with his owner Ashleigh back in 2012. Now he reunites with BGT judge and his 'Mr. Stink' co-star David Walliams, who provides the nimble-pawed pooch's voice for this heartwarming family romp. The director is Nick Moore, who gave us 'Horrid Henry: The Movie'.