Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.
Coco 3D
All the Money in the World


Runtime: 133mins | Rating: 15
To be a Getty is an extraordinary thing. We look like you, but were not like you. It’s like were from another planet, where the force of gravity is so strong it bends the..read more
To be a Getty is an extraordinary thing. We look like you, but were not like you. It’s like were from another planet, where the force of gravity is so strong it bends the light. Paul Getty (Charlie Plummer) is not like other teenagers. His oil tycoon grandfather, John Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer), is not just the richest man in the world, but the richest man in the history of the world. So, when Paul is kidnapped in Rome and held to ransom by a gang of masked men, you would expect the matter to be quickly resolved by a family who has all the money in the world, but this just isn’t so. John Paul Getty is a notorious miser, and making him part with his cash is no mean feat, even with the fate of his favourite grandson hanging in the balance. Paul’s devoted mother Gail (Michelle Williams) must take it upon herself to try negotiate a deal that will leave her son unharmed while appeasing his captors. Despite the mobsters becoming increasingly more volatile, Getty vows not to part with any of his cash, and instead sends his security man Fletcher Chace (Mark Wahlberg) to deal with the situation. Teaming up with Gail, the unlikely duo find themselves in a desperate race against time.
Coco 3D


Runtime: 105mins | Rating: PG
We are all a part of those who came before.... 12-year-old Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) hopes that one day he can become a musical sensation, just like his idol, the late great..read more
We are all a part of those who came before.... 12-year-old Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) hopes that one day he can become a musical sensation, just like his idol, the late great Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). But, his family have other plans and imposed a ban on music many generations ago, when Miguel’s great-great-grandfather supposedly abandoned his loved ones to pursue a career as a singer. As the annual Day of the Dead festival approaches, the town of Santa Cecillia prepares to celebrate its deceased and honour their memories. However, a twist of fate sees Miguel miraculously transported into the Land of the Dead, where the macabre residents are shocked to find a living person walking amongst them. What begins is a magical adventure, where Miguel explores his complex family tree while learning the importance of following one’s dreams. Disney and Pixar have struck box office gold with their latest collaboration, with Coco picking up a host of five star reviews and smashing records in Mexico where it debuted in October. Beautifully animated, the movie captures the magic and fun associated with Mexican folklore and pays homage to it with rich animation and an excellent voice cast. A future classic that deserves to sit alongside other Disney/Pixar creations, such as Toy Story, Inside Out and Finding Dory.
Hostiles


Runtime: 133mins | Rating: 15
It’s 1892 in America’s wild west and relations between the settlers and the native people are incredibly tense. In an attempt to negotiate some sort of peace, officials in New..read more
It’s 1892 in America’s wild west and relations between the settlers and the native people are incredibly tense. In an attempt to negotiate some sort of peace, officials in New Mexico agree to release dying Chief Yellow Hawk (Wes Studi), so he can travel across the plains and pass away in his tribal lands. But the man tasked with leading the expedition doesn’t have an ounce of compassion for the Cheyenne chief. Captain Joseph J. Blocker (Christian Bale) has a chip on his shoulder, blood on his hands, and a bitter hatred for the Native Americans. Weighed down by resentment, the party sets out on the long journey to Montana, where they come across Rosalie Quaid (Rosamund Pike), a young woman whose husband and children have been murdered. She joins them, and they embark on a path that is laced with danger, from both the brutal landscape to the enemies that wait just beyond the horizon. Directed by Scott Cooper (Black Mass), this adventure western showcases the violence and pain that filled the empty plains of the United States, during a period of change and division. Christian Bale (The Promise) stars as the battle-scarred army captain, Wes Studi (Empire of the Heart) is the dying chief, and Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) plays the woman who has lost everything.
Insidious: The Last Key


Runtime: 103mins | Rating: 15
After successfully freeing young Quinn Brenner from the grasp of a nasty spirit in Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015), parapsychologist Elise decided to put retirement on the back-burner..read more
After successfully freeing young Quinn Brenner from the grasp of a nasty spirit in Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015), parapsychologist Elise decided to put retirement on the back-burner and goes into business with Specs and Turner. As Spectral Sightings, they are a collective force to be reckoned with, and more than qualified to investigate the darkest depths of the undead world. But, with Elise still haunted by the same mysterious man that has followed her since her childhood days in New Mexico, can she ever truly separate her own life and career from The Further? The fourth instalment in the terrifying horror franchise is another prequel, set just before the events of Insidious (2010), where we first met the troubled Lambert family. Insidious: Chapter 4 sees scream-queen Lin Shaye takes centre-stage, as the film delves deep into her past. Shaye has had a long and distinguished career, and made notable appearances countless genre cult classics, such as A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Critters (1986) and Ouija (2014).
Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle (2D)


Runtime: 120mins | Rating: 12A
When four kids dust off an old video game and begin to play ‘Jumanji’, they quickly realize this is not a normal game. It’s a game of survival, where only the winners return to..read more
When four kids dust off an old video game and begin to play ‘Jumanji’, they quickly realize this is not a normal game. It’s a game of survival, where only the winners return to the real world. For high-school kids Spencer, Fridge, Bethany and Martha, an ordinary day hanging out is about to become extraordinary… And more than just a little bit weird. Discovering a retro video game console with a mysterious game called ‘Jumanji’, they decide to dust the machine down and give it a try. That’s when things start to go crazy. No sooner have they fired the console up and chosen their avatars, they are transported into the thick of the games jungle setting. Gaming addict Spencer becomes a beefy adventurer (Dwayne Johnson), sports mad Fridge transforms into a diminutive Einstein (Kevin Hart), cool kid Bethany becomes a middle-aged, male professor (Jack Black) and introvert Martha is suddenly a tough, renegade warrior (Karen Gillan). It’s immediately clear that Jumanji is going to be anything but boring, but they also discover it is a game of real survival and game over really means game over. The only way to beat it is to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, and uncover the secret left by Alan Parrish some 20 years ago. 22 years after family-favourite Jumanji (1995) left audiences spellbound with its unique blend of magic, mystery and humor, the franchise returns for another rollercoaster ride of fun. Hollywood golden boy Dwayne Johnson (Baywatch), Jack Black (Goosebumps), Karen Gillan (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) and Kevin Hart (Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie) make up the solid A-list cast, alongside a host of fresh-faced new talent.
Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle (3D)


Runtime: 120mins | Rating: 12A
When four kids dust off an old video game and begin to play ‘Jumanji’, they quickly realize this is not a normal game. It’s a game of survival, where only the winners return to..read more
When four kids dust off an old video game and begin to play ‘Jumanji’, they quickly realize this is not a normal game. It’s a game of survival, where only the winners return to the real world. For high-school kids Spencer, Fridge, Bethany and Martha, an ordinary day hanging out is about to become extraordinary… And more than just a little bit weird. Discovering a retro video game console with a mysterious game called ‘Jumanji’, they decide to dust the machine down and give it a try. That’s when things start to go crazy. No sooner have they fired the console up and chosen their avatars, they are transported into the thick of the games jungle setting. Gaming addict Spencer becomes a beefy adventurer (Dwayne Johnson), sports mad Fridge transforms into a diminutive Einstein (Kevin Hart), cool kid Bethany becomes a middle-aged, male professor (Jack Black) and introvert Martha is suddenly a tough, renegade warrior (Karen Gillan). It’s immediately clear that Jumanji is going to be anything but boring, but they also discover it is a game of real survival and game over really means game over. The only way to beat it is to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, and uncover the secret left by Alan Parrish some 20 years ago. 22 years after family-favourite Jumanji (1995) left audiences spellbound with its unique blend of magic, mystery and humor, the franchise returns for another rollercoaster ride of fun. Hollywood golden boy Dwayne Johnson (Baywatch), Jack Black (Goosebumps), Karen Gillan (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) and Kevin Hart (Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie) make up the solid A-list cast, alongside a host of fresh-faced new talent.
Jupiter’s Moon


Runtime: 129mins | Rating: 15
The director of the critically acclaimed White God employs his unique eye to create this riveting, Palme d’Or nominated supernatural thriller. Adorned with heart-pounding action..read more
The director of the critically acclaimed White God employs his unique eye to create this riveting, Palme d’Or nominated supernatural thriller. Adorned with heart-pounding action sequences that are complemented by beautifully fluid and kinetic camerawork, Kornél Mundruczó brings spectacle that rivals any Hollywood production to tell a timely European story. A young refugee called Aryan is shot while illegally trying to cross the Hungarian border to escape his war-torn home. While tending him back to health, a doctor at a refugee camp discovers that Aryan has gained an extraordinary talent – he can levitate at will. But the doctor has his own burdens and offers to smuggle Aryan out of the camp if, in return, he helps him make some money by using his new miraculous gift. With Jupiter’s Moon, Mundruczó marks himself as one of contemporary cinema’s most visionary directors by touching on eternally mythic themes and contemporary political issues with visually mind-bending effect.
Molly's Game


Runtime: 140mins | Rating: 15
MOLLY’S GAME is based on the true story of Molly Bloom, an Olympic-class skier who ran the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being arrested in the..read more
MOLLY’S GAME is based on the true story of Molly Bloom, an Olympic-class skier who ran the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night by 17 FBI agents wielding automatic weapons. Her players included Hollywood royalty, sports stars, business titans and finally, unbeknownst to her, the Russian mob. Her only ally was her criminal defense lawyer Charlie Jaffey, who learned that there was much more to Molly than the tabloids led us to believe.
Star Wars the Last Jedi 2D


Runtime: 150mins | Rating: 12A
Following on from the events of The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi sees Rey (Daisy Ridley) continue her epic journey from humble beginnings as a scavenger on Jakku to becoming..read more
Following on from the events of The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi sees Rey (Daisy Ridley) continue her epic journey from humble beginnings as a scavenger on Jakku to becoming entangled with the First Order. In the next chapter of the Star Wars saga, Finn (John Boyega), Poe (Oscar Isaac), and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) continue their fight against the dark side, as their friendship bonds grow ever stronger. With Ridley (Murder on the Orient Express), Boyega (Attack the Block), Hamill (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Carrie Fisher (Family Guy) and others reprising their roles as key characters within the Star Wars universe. The Last Jedi also sees a host of famous faces join them on the big screen, with Domhnall Gleeson (About Time) portraying General Hux, Andy Serkis (Avengers: Age of Ultron) as Supreme Leader Snoke, and Billie Lourd (Scream Queens) as Lieutenant Connix.
The Greatest Showman


Runtime: 105mins | Rating: PG
Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing..read more
Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


Runtime: 115mins | Rating: 15
One fateful night, Mildred Hays’ (Frances McDormand) life turns into a nightmare that she will never wake up from. Her daughter, Angela, is brutally murdered. And her killer is on..read more
One fateful night, Mildred Hays’ (Frances McDormand) life turns into a nightmare that she will never wake up from. Her daughter, Angela, is brutally murdered. And her killer is on the loose. The more you keep a case in the public eye, the better your chances are of getting it solved. That’s the mantra Mildred Hays adopts after months of painful silence from the local police department in Ebbing, Missouri. Fed up with the lack of effort from Chief Willoughby (Woody Harrelson) and the rest of the officers, Mildred decides to take matters into her own hands. She puts up 3 billboards, which state the brutal way her daughter died and speak directly at the man in charge, issuing a challenge And still no arrests. How come, Chief Willoughby? As expected, the billboards create a wave of tension in the small town, which slowly builds into a tsunami when the people turn on Mildred. But she’s come this far, and there’s no way she’s backing down. Her initial statement soon spirals into a full-on war between Mildred and anyone who tries to stand in her way. Directed by Martin McDonagh (Seven Psychopaths, In Bruges), Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has received critical acclaim across the board and won the People’s Choice Award at Toronto International Film Festival.