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VERTIGO  5 Star Review
James Stewart & Kim Novak star in Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 romantic thriller - recently voted the best movie of all time in the highly prestigious BFI international critics poll. A former police detective juggles wrestling with his personal demons and becoming obsessed with a hauntingly beautiful woman. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies 5 Star Review he Independent 5 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Times 5 Star Review Time Out 5 Star Review
BBC 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review    
Times SKY CINEMA
   
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  5 Star Review
Oscar-winning romantic drama, set in 1980s Italy, where a romance blossoms between a seventeen-year-old student and the older man hired as his father's research assistant. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies 5 Star Review he Independent 5 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Observer 5 Star Review Time Out 5 Star Review
The Telegraph 5 Star Review The Times 5 Star Review NME 5 Star Review
Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review The Financial Times 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review
BBC 5 Star Review Irish Times 4 Star Review Radio Times 4 Star Review
Times NETFLIX
   
MARRIAGE STORY  5 Star Review
Noah Baumbach's Oscar-nominated incisive and compassionate look at a marriage breaking up and a family staying together. Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson were also shortlisted for the Oscar, whilst support from Alan Alda and Laura Dern saw the latter win Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies 5 Star Review Radio Times 5 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Observer 5 Star Review Time Out 5 Star Review
The Telegraph 5 Star Review The Times 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review
Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review Irish Times 5 Star Review he Independent 4 Star Review
NME 5 Star Review The Financial Times 4  Star Review    
Times NETFLIX
   
UNCUT GEMS  5 Star Review
Benny & Josh Safdie deliver an incredibly tense thriller which has seen Adam Sandler made an unlikely favourite for next year's Oscar. With his debts mounting and angry collectors closing in, a fast-talking New York City jeweler risks everything in hope of staying afloat and alive. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Little White Lies 5 Star Review he Independent 5 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Observer 5 Star Review Time Out 5 Star Review
The Telegraph 5 Star Review The Financial Times 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review
Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review Irish Times 5 Star Review Radio Times 4  Star Review
NME 5 Star Review The Times 4  Star Review    
Times NETFLIX
   
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD  5 Star Review
George A. Romero's hugely influential 1968 horror movie in which a ragtag group of Pennsylvanians barricade themselves in an old farmhouse to remain safe from a bloodthirsty, flesh-eating breed of monsters who are ravaging the East Coast of the United States. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review The Guardian 5 Star Review Radio Times 5 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review        
Times BBC iPLAYER / AMAZON PRIME / YOUTUBE
   
SHIRKERS  5 Star Review
Documentary in which a woman explores the events surrounding a film she and her friends began making with a mysterious stranger decades ago. [cinema club review]
The Guardian 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review    
Times NETFLIX
   
24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE  5 Star Review
Steve Coogan stars as Tony Wilson in Michael Winterbottom's 2002 hilarious true story of Factory Records, The Hacienda and the Madchester music scene. Also starring Andy Serkis, Peter Kay, Paddy Considine, Christopher Eccleston, John Simm, Shirley Henderson, Lennie James, John Thomson, Rob Brydon, Ralph Little and Dave Gorman amongst many other famous Mancunian faces. [cinema club review]
The Guardian 5 Star Review Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Radio Times 4 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review BBC 4 Star Review    
Times AMAZON PRIME
   
MANCHESTER BY THE SEA  4.5 Star Review
Set in Manchester, Massachusetts, rather than our hometown, Kenneth Lonergan's drama about a depressed uncle who is asked to take care of his teenage nephew after his own brother dies, won an Oscar for Casey Affleck and a nomination for Michelle Williams. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review The Times 5 Star Review Radio Times 4 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review The Financial Times 5 Star Review he Independent 4 Star Review
Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review Little White Lies 4.5 Star Review The Telegraph 4 Star Review
Time Out 5 Star Review The Observer 4 Star Review NME 4 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review Irish Times 4 Star Review    
TimesAMAZON PRIME
   
JANE EYRE  4.5 Star Review
Aldous Huxley and "Mary Poppins" director Robert Stevenson's 1943 adaptation of Charlotte Brontë's classic novel in which an orphan is hired by the brooding lord of a mysterious manor house, to care for his young daughter. Starring Orson Welles and Joan Fontaine. [cinema club review]
Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review Radio Times 4 Star Review    
Times iPLAYER (until 4 Apr) / YOUTUBE
   
RAIN MAN  4.5 Star Review
The 1988 Oscar-winning road trip drama about a selfish yuppie whose father leaves the family fortune to the savant autistic brother he didn't know he had. Starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review Radio Times 5 Star Review BBC 4 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review        
Times iPLAYER (until 4 Apr) / AMAZON (£2.49)
   
F FOR FAKE  4.5 Star Review
Orson Welles genre-warping 1974 documentary about fraud and fakery which focuses on notorious art forger Elmyr de Hory and his biographer, Clifford Irving, who found fame with his celebrated fraudulent Howard Hughes autobiography. [cinema club review]
The Telegraph 5 Star Review Little White Lies 5 Star Review Time Out 5 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review The Guardian 4  Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4  Star Review
Empire Magazine 4  Star Review he Independent 4 Star Review Radio Times 3 Star Review
TimesYOUTUBE
   
SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS  4.5 Star Review
Described by the Guardian as one of the best British movies ever, Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Janette Scott & Alastair Sim star in this 1960 comedy about a young man who finds a very special school that teaches him how to take advantage of people. He begins to put the lessons into operation. [cinema club review]
Radio Times 3 Star Review        
Times iPLAYER
   
120 BPM  4 Star Review
Historical drama which won the Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix (Best Movie) in 2017. Members of the activist group ACT UP Paris demand action by the government and pharmaceutical companies to combat the AIDS epidemic in the early 1990s. French with subtitles. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 5 Star Review The Observer 5 Star Review he Independent 4 Star Review
The Guardian 5 Star Review Little White Lies 4  Star Review The Telegraph 3 Star Review
Radio Times 5 Star Review Irish Times 4 Star Review    
Time Out 5 Star Review The Times 3 Star Review    
Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review    
TimesAMAZON PRIME (£3.49)
   
THE BIG SICK  4 Star Review
Romantic comedy, a true tale, written by and starring Pakistan-born comedian Kumail Nanjiani (alongside Zoe Kazan & Holly Hunter) in which he falls in love with a grad student but struggles as their cultures clash. When she contracts a mysterious illness, he finds himself forced to face her feisty parents, his family's expectations, and his true feelings. [cinema club review]
NME 5 Star Review The Financial Times 5 Star Review Radio Times 4 Star Review
Time Out 5 Star Review The Observer 4 Star Review he Independent 4 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Irish Times 4 Star Review The Telegraph 3 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review Little White Lies 3 Star Review    
TimesAMAZON PRIME
   
THIS IS ENGLAND  4 Star Review
Shane Meadows BAFTA winning semi-autobiographical "Best British Film 2007" about a young boy who becomes friends with a gang of skinheads. Career changing performances by Thomas Turgoose & Stephen Graham whilst Mancunians in the cast include Jo Hartley, Joseph Gilgun and Andrew Ellis. [cinema club review]
Games Radar Total Film 5 Star Review Empire Magazine 4 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review Radio Times 4 Star Review The Guardian 3 Star Review
TimesAMAZON PRIME (£2.49)
   
AFTER THE STORM  4 Star Review
Hirokazu Koreeda's Japanese drama which follows a private detective who struggles to find child support money and reconnect with his son and ex-wife, after the death of his own father. [cinema club review]
The Telegraph 5 Star Review Little White Lies 4.5 Star Review Radio Times 4 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 5 Star Review The Observer 4 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
Empire Magazine 4 Star Review The Times 4 Star Review he Independent 3 Star Review
The Guardian 4 Star Review The Financial Times 4 Star Review    
    Irish Times 4 Star Review    
TimesAMAZON PRIME (£3.49)
   
FORCE MAJEURE  4 Star Review
Ruben Östlund's Swedish dark comedy in which a family on a ski holiday in the French Alps is confronted with a devastating avalanche. Swedish, English, French and Norwegian with subtitles. [cinema club review]
Irish Times 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review Radio Times 4  Star Review
The Observer 4 Star Review Empire Magazine 4  Star Review NME 4 Star Review
The Financial Times 4 Star Review The Guardian 4 Star Review Time Out 4 Star Review
Little White Lies 3 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4 Star Review    
TimesCURZON (99p)
   
SUFFRAGETTE  4 Star Review
Carey Mulligan, Anne-Marie Duff, Helena Bonham Carter & Meryl Streep star in this historic drama about a young working mother who is galvanized into radical political activism, supporting the right for women to vote, and is willing to meet violence with violence to achieve this end. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 4  Star Review Time Out 4  Star Review The Observer 4  Star Review
Radio Times 4  Star Review NME 4  Star Review The Financial Times 3 Star Review
The Guardian 4  Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 3.5 Star Review Irish Times 3 Star Review
        Little White Lies 2.5 Star Review
Times ALL 4 (until 7 Apr) / AMAZON (£3.49)
   
LOGAN  4 Star Review
Hugh Jackman bids farewell in the final Marvel film of the Wolverine trilogy. Set in a future where mutants are nearly extinct, an elderly and weary Logan leads a quiet life. But when a mutant child pursued by scientists, comes to him for help, he must get her to safety. [cinema club review]
The Times 5 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review Radio Times 4  Star Review
Little White Lies 4  Star Review Empire Magazine 4  Star Review he Independent 4 Star Review
The Observer 4  Star Review The Guardian 4  Star Review The Telegraph 4  Star Review
Irish Times 4 Star Review Games Radar Total Film 4  Star Review NME 4  Star Review
The Financial Times 3 Star Review BBC 4  Star Review Time Out 4  Star Review
TimesAMAZON PRIME (£3.49)
   
MARY AND THE WITCH'S FLOWER  4 Star Review
Hiromasa Yonebayashi's Japanese animation based on "The Little Broomstick" by Mary Stewart, in which a strange flower grants a girl magic powers. Voices from Kate Winslet, Jim Broadbent and Mancunian actors Ruby Barnhill, Lynda Baron & Louis Ashbourne Serkis. [cinema club review]
The Telegraph 5 Star Review The Observer 4  Star Review he Independent 4 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review The Times 4  Star Review The Guardian 3 Star Review
Empire Magazine 4  Star Review Irish Times 4 Star Review Time Out 3 Star Review
Radio Times 4  Star Review Little White Lies 3 Star Review    
Times ALL 4 (until 6 Apr) / AMAZON (£5.99) / YOUTUBE (£5.99)
   
MATILDA  4 Star Review
Danny DeVito stars in Roald Dahl's story of a wonderful little girl, who happens to be a genius, and her wonderful teacher vs. the worst parents ever and the worst school principal imaginable. [cinema club review]
Rotten Tomatoes 4.5 Star Review Radio Times 4  Star Review Empire Magazine 3 Star Review
Times NETFLIX
   
BAD NEIGHBOURS  3 Star Review
Recommended on April Fool's Day for its pranks: Seth Rogen & Rose Byrne star in this comedy as a couple with a newborn baby forced to live next to a fraternity house, lead by Zac Efron. [cinema club review]
The Guardian 4  Star Review Radio Times 3 Star Review Irish Times 3 Star Review
Games Radar Total Film 4  Star Review Empire Magazine 3 Star Review The Observer 2 Star Review
Time Out 4 Star Review The Telegraph 3 Star Review The Financial Times 2 Star Review
Rotten Tomatoes 3.5 Star Review        
Times NETFLIX
   
STEP BROTHERS  3 Star Review
Recommended on April Fool's Day for its pranks: Declared the 4th funniest comedy of all time by The Telegraph, Will Ferrell & John C. Reilly star in this comedy about two aimless middle-aged losers, still living at home and forced against their will to become roommates when their parents marry. [cinema club review]
Empire Magazine 3 Star Review Little White Lies 3 Star Review Rotten Tomatoes 3 Star Review
Games Radar Total Film 3 Star Review Time Out 3 Star Review The Guardian 2 Star Review
Radio Times 3 Star Review        
Times NETFLIX
   

 
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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]
Times MOVIES CURRENTLY SHOWING AT THE PRINTWORKS

   
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]
Times MOVIES CURRENTLY SHOWING AT GREAT NORTHERN

   
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]
Times MOVIES CURRENTLY SHOWING AT THE LOWRY

   
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]
Times MOVIES CURRENTLY SHOWING AT BELLE VUE

   
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]
Times MOVIES CURRENTLY SHOWING AT PARRS WOOD

   
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]
Times MOVIES CURRENTLY SHOWING AT HEATON MOOR

   
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.
TRAFFORD CENTRE RESTAURANTS | TRAFFORD CENTRE BARS
AddressThe Trafford Centre, Stretford, Manchester, M17 8DF map[map]
Times MOVIES CURRENTLY SHOWING AT THE TRAFFORD CENTRE

   
   
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