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The best movies currently showing in Manchester cinemas

Updated 10 Sep 2018
 
 
 
THE WOMEN   Star Review
Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, and Rosalind Russell star in this 4K restored 1939 classic; a study of the lives and romantic entanglements of various interconnected women
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MANDY   4.5 Star Review
From 12th Oct: Nicholas Cage and Andrea Riseborough star in this thriller, set in the primal wilderness of 1983, where a broken and haunted man hunts an unhinged religious sect who slaughtered the love of his life.
Empire Magazine No review yet Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times No review yet The Telegraph 5 Star Review
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times No review yet Time Out No review yet
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COLD WAR  4.5 Star Review
Oscar-winning Pawel Pawlikowski's stunning Polish drama "Zimna wojna" which tells the passionate love story between two people of different backgrounds and temperaments, who are fatefully mismatched during the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris. Polish with English subtitles.
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies 3.5 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Times 5 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 4 Star Review The Financial Times 4 Star Review Time Out 5 Star Review
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
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THE RIDER  4 .5 Star Review
From 21st Sep: Multi-award winning Western, based on a true story, starring Brady Jandreau as a young cowboy who undertakes a search for a new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America, after suffering a near fatal head injury
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times No review yet The Telegraph No review yet
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times No review yet Time Out 5 Star Review
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times No review yet Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review
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FIRST MAN   4.5 Star Review
From 12th Oct: Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy star in this cinema bipic of the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Also on IMAX.
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 5 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out No review yet
BBC 5 Star Review Irish Times No review yet Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
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CRAZY RICH ASIANS  4 Star Review
Romantic comedy based on the global bestselling novel by Kevin Kwan, follows a native New Yorker to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's family.
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times No review yet The Telegraph No review yet
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times No review yet Time Out 5 Star Review
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LUCKY  4  Star Review
From 14th Sep: Comedy drama starring Harry Dean Stanton, David Lynch and Ron Livingston on the spiritual journey of a ninety-year-old atheist
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The Guardian No review yet The Times No review yet The Telegraph No review yet
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MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT  4 Star Review
Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt, and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames), along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan), race against time in London, Paris and Norway after a mission gone wrong.
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies 4.5 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review
The Guardian 3 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 5 Star Review
he Independent 4 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 5 Star Review
Radio Times 5 Star Review Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review
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BLACKKKLANSMAN  4 Star Review
Spike Lee's comedy biopic of Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer from Colorado, who successfully managed to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan and became the head of the local chapter
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies 4 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times 4 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
Radio Times 4 Star Review Irish Times 4 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review
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PETERLOO   4 Star Review
From 2nd Nov: Mike Leigh's epic historic drama telling the story of the 1819 Peterloo Massacre where British forces attacked a peaceful pro-democracy rally in Manchester city centre. Starring Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, and Neil Bell amongst other locals
Empire Magazine No review yet Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Times 2 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 4 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 3 Star Review
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AMERICAN ANIMALS  4 Star Review
Crime drama in which four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies 4 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 4 Star Review Time Out No review yet
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes  4.5 Star Review
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INCREDIBLES 2  4 Star Review
Disney Pixar's superhero family are back and Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible) is left to care for Jack-Jack while Helen (Elastigirl) is out saving the world.
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies 3 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 4 Star Review The Financial Times 4 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
Radio Times 4 Star Review Irish Times 4 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
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THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST  4 Star Review
Romantic drama in which a teenage girl, in 1993, is forced into a gay conversion therapy center by her conservative guardians
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies 4.5 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 4 Star Review The Financial Times 4 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 4 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes  4.5 Star Review
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A STAR IS BORN  4  Star Review
From 4th Oct: Bradley Cooper makes his directing debut and stars alongside Lady Ga Ga, making her own acting debut, in this drama about a musician who helps a young singer and actress find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Times 2 Star Review The Telegraph No review yet
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 2 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
BBC 3 Star Review Irish Times No review yet Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review
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A SIMPLE FAVOUR  4 Star Review
From 20th Sep: Paul Feig's comedy crime drama centers around a mommy blogger who seeks to uncover the truth behind her best friend's sudden disappearance from their small town. Starring Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively and Henry Golding
Empire Magazine No review yet Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian No review yet The Times No review yet The Telegraph No review yet
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times No review yet Time Out No review yet
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times No review yet Rotten Tomatoes  4.5 Star Review
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UNDER THE WIRE  3.5  Star Review
Documentary of 13th February 2012, when celebrated Sunday Times war correspondent, Marie Colvin and photographer, Paul Conroy entered war-ravaged Syria. Their aim was to cover the plight of Syrian civilians trapped in Homs, a city under siege and relentless military attack from the Syrian army. Only one of them returned.
Empire Magazine No review yet Little White Lies 3.5 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph No review yet
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times No review yet Time Out 4 Star Review
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4 Star Review
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IN PRAISE OF NOTHING  3.5 Star Review
A whistleblowing documentary parody, wherein Nothing tries to defend its cause. Brainstormed and filmed by 62 cinematographers in 70 countries and narrated - in simple childish verse - by Iggy Pop.
Empire Magazine No review yet Little White Lies 3.5 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 3 Star Review The Times 2 Star Review The Telegraph No review yet
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times 4 Star Review Time Out No review yet
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times No review yet Rotten Tomatoes No review yet
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UPGRADE  3.5 Star Review
Saw" writer Leigh Whannell's sci-fi set in the near-future, where technology controls nearly all aspects of life. But when a self-identified technophobe has his world turned upside down, his only hope for revenge is an experimental computer chip implant.
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies 3.5 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
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BLACK 47  3.5 Star Review
From 28th Sep: Hugo Weaving, James Frecheville, Stephen Rea, and Jim Broadbent star in this drama. set in Ireland during the Great Famine, where an Irish Ranger, who has been fighting for the British Army abroad, abandons his post to reunite with his family.
Empire Magazine No review yet Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian No review yet The Times No review yet The Telegraph No review yet
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times No review yet Time Out No review yet
BBC No review yet Irish Times 4 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 3 Star Review
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TEEN TITANS GO! TO THE MOVIES  3.5 Star Review
Animation in which a villain's maniacal plan for world domination sidetracks five teenage superheroes who dream of Hollywood stardom
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 3 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 2 Star Review The Financial Times No review yet Time Out No review yet
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
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ANT-MAN AND THE WASP  3.5 Star Review
Marvel Studios latest instalment sees Scott Lang balance being both a Super Hero and a father, which sees him on an urgent new mission fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past. Starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Laurence Fishburne, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Peña, Walton Goggins and Hannah John-Kamen
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies 3 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 2 Star Review
Radio Times 4 Star Review Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
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MAMMA MIA! - HERE WE GO AGAIN  3.5 Star Review
Five years after the events of ABBA musical, "Mamma Mia!", Sophie learns about her mother's past while pregnant herself. Starring Pierce Brosnan, Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Cher, Andy Garcia, Stellan Skarsgård, Christine Baranski, Julie Walters, Dominic Cooper, Amanda Seyfried, and Lily James
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies 4 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 2 Star Review
Radio Times 3 Star Review Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4 Star Review
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PUZZLE  3.5 Star Review
Kelly Macdonald, Irrfan Khan and David Denman star in this drama in which a suburban mother, taken for granted, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world - where her life unfolds in ways she could never have imagined..
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies 3 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 2 Star Review The Telegraph 2 Star Review
he Independent No review yet The Financial Times No review yet Time Out 3 Star Review
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 4 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4 Star Review
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SEARCHING  3 Star Review
Thriller in which a a desperate father breaks into his 16-year-old daughter's laptop to look for clues, after she goes missing
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies 2 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 2 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 1 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times No review yet Time Out 4 Star Review
Radio Times No review yet Irish Times 4 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
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ALPHA  3 Star Review
Real 3D and IMAX family drama set in Europe during the last Ice Age, where a young man struggles to return home after being separated from his tribe during a buffalo hunt. He finds a similarly lost wolf companion, and starts a friendship that would change humanity. Starring Kodi Smit-McPhee and Natassia Malthe, and Narrated by Morgan Freeman,
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies 3.5 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Times 2 Star Review The Telegraph 2 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out No review yet
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YARDIE  3 Star Review
Idris Elba makes his directing debut with this crime drama set in 1970s Kingston and '80s Hackney, where a young Jamaican man grows up under the wing of a gangster who dispatches him to London where he encounters the man who shot his brother. Starring Stephen Graham, Aml Ameen and Shantol Jackson
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies 3 Star Review Games Radar Total Film No review yet
The Guardian 3 Star Review The Times 3 Star Review The Telegraph 3 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 3 Star Review
Radio Times 4 Star Review Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 3 Star Review
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JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM  3 Star Review
The latest in the Jurassic Park series. When the island's dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Little White Lies 2 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 3 Star Review
The Guardian 2 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 2 Star Review
he Independent 4 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 3 Star Review
Radio Times 3 Star Review Irish Times 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 2.5 Star Review
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THE FIRST PURGE  3 Star Review
Horror in which the rise of a third political party, the New Founding Fathers of America, leads to an experiment on Staten Island where there are no laws for 12 hours and a cash incentive for anyone who stays for the duration.
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he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times No review yet Time Out 3 Star Review
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THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME  3 Star Review
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon star in this comedy where two best friends unwittingly become entangled in an international conspiracy when one of the women discovers the boyfriend who dumped her was actually a spy.
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 3 Star Review The Times 2 Star Review The Telegraph 3 Star Review
he Independent 2 Star Review The Financial Times No review yet Time Out 3 Star Review
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CHRISTOPHER ROBIN  2.5 Star Review
Ewan McGregor stars in Disney's new animation as the working-class family man who encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, helping him to rediscover the joys of life
Empire Magazine 2 Star Review Little White Lies No review yet Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
The Guardian 2 Star Review The Times 1 Star Review The Telegraph 3 Star Review
he Independent 3 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review Time Out 3 Star Review
Radio Times 2 Star Review Irish Times 2 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 3.5 Star Review
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Vue Manchester VUE MANCHESTER THE PRINTWORKS
23 screen 3D multiplex and IMAX cinema inside The Printworks in the city centre, showing all the latest blockbuster releases. Rebranded from Odeon in May 2017. With a total capacity of 4,407, screens range from 65 seats to 485.
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Address27 Withy Grove, Manchester M4 2BS map[map]
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Odeon Manchester ODEON MANCHESTER GREAT NORTHERN
16 screen 3D multiplex cinema inside The Great Northern Warehouse on Peter Street in the city centre, showing all the latest blockbuster releases. Rebranded from AMC in September 2017. With a total capacity of 3,257, screens range from 86 seats to 466.
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Address235 Deansgate, Manchester M3 4EN map[map]
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Home Manchester HOME CINEMA
Opened in 2015 when the Cornerhouse joined forces with the Library Theatre, Manchester's art house cinema is located in the city centre on First Street, just off Whitworth Street West between the Palace Theatre and Bridgewater Hall. With a total capacity of 504, there are five cinema screens, with the biggest seating 230 and the smallest just 33.
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Address2 Tony Wilson Place Manchester M15 4FN map[map]
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Vue Salford Quays VUE MANCHESTER THE LOWRY
9 screen 3D cinema inside The Lowry Outlet Mall at Salford Quays, showing all the latest blockbuster releases. Located 4 miles from the city centre, it's just 15 minutes on the Metrolink from Deansgate-Castlefield to MediaCityUK. With a total capacity of 2,080, screens range from 42 seats to 500.
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AddressThe Quays, Salford Quays,M50 3AH map[map]
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Showcase Manchester SHOWCASE MANCHESTER BELLE VUE
14 screen 3D multiplex cinema located 3 miles outside the city centre, next to Belle Vue train station (10 mins from Piccadilly). The largest screen has 390 seats
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AddressHyde Road, Belle Vue, M12 5AL map[map]
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Cineworld Didsbury CINEWORLD DIDSBURY
11 screen 3D cinema at the Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, 6 miles from the city centre, next to East Didsbury train station (15 mins from Piccadilly). Showing all the latest blockbuster releases.
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Address Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG map[map]
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The Savoy Cinema Heaton Moor SAVOY HEATON MOOR
Privately owned, 175 seat, single screen cinema in Heaton Moor which shows the latest releases. 6 miles from the city centre, or 15 mins walk from Heaton Chapel Station (8 mins from Piccadilly). Cash only.
Address 105 Heaton Moor Road, Heaton Moor, Stockport, SK4 4HY map[map]
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Odeon Trafford Centre ODEON TRAFFORD CENTRE
20 screen 3D and IMAX multiplex cinema inside The Trafford Centre, showing all the latest blockbuster releases, including 3D and Bollywood movies. With a total capacity of 3,940, screens range from 102 seats to 415.
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AddressThe Trafford Centre, Stretford, Manchester, M17 8DF map[map]
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