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MAY FILM RELEASES


05/05 Mindhorn


A washed-up actor is forced to once again take up his most famous role – Detective Mindhorn - when a serial killer, who believes that our titular hero is a real person, demands to engage him in a battle of wits, will, and cheesy dialogue. Julian Barrett stars amidst a host of Brit talent including Steve Coogan, Andrea Riseborough, and Simon Farnaby.


29/05 Baywatch


Dwayne “Rock” Johnson and Zac “Paper, Scissors” Efron team up in this comedic big screen remake of the popular ‘90s TV show. Remember that? Remember when it was on Saturday evenings before Gladiators? Christ, Pamela Anderson followed by Jet. No wonder I wasn’t allowed a TV in my room as a teenager.


SMILEY


12/05 Miss Sloane


Jessica Chastain stars as a D.C lobbyist, who may have bitten off more than she can chew when she takes on the most powerful opponent of her career. The world of U.S politics has never been more devious, more cunning, or more accurate (allegedly) than this tale of high-stakes, high-flying, high- powered politics.


MAY DVD RELEASES


Passengers


MAY All month at Cinema City Jack Nicholson Season


Have you ever seen The Shining, Easy Rider, or One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest on the big screen? No? Neither


A quarter of the way into an 120 year space journey to leave Earth and colonise a distant planet, the hibernation pods of mechanical engineer Jim Preston (Chris Pratt) and journalist, Aurora Lane (Jennifer Lawrence) malfunction (or do they) leaving them awake and facing 90 years alone in space together. Romance blossoms between them until they discover what caused them to wake up.


Toni Erdmann


Winifried (Peter Simonischek), a mischievous music teacher fails in an attempt to reconnect with his stuffy career driven daughter, Ines (Sandra Hüller). In a last ditch effort, he dons a bad suit, wig and crooked teeth and adopt the guise of Toni Erdmann, a flashy life coach that muscles his way into her professional and social life. You may feel that a three hour German comedy isn’t your thing, but Toni Erdmann is not only consistently funny throughout, it is also up there in the top films of 2016.


have I. Do you want to? Then you’re in luck, as the Jack Nicholson Season at Cinema City continues. See Jack as a demented killer, a demented lawyer on a road trip, and/or a non-demented criminal pretending to be demented. Treat yourself, after all, “all work and no play…”


La La Land


Mia (Emma Stone), an aspiring actress enamoured with a romanticised version of old-time Hollywood and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a dedicated jazz pianist looking to do his part in preserving a dying musical style, struggle to make ends meet whilst pursuing their dreams in modern day Los Angeles. Not as saccharine sweet as you might expect and has a soundtrack that will burrow right into your skull.


Lion


A five year old boy, Saroo, finds himself stranded in Calcutta with no way of returning home 1000 miles away. After a spell living on the streets and in an orphanage, he is adopted by an Australian family and taken to live in Tasmania. 25 years later, Saroo is obsessed with piecing together his childhood memories with images from Google Earth in order to track down his biological family. Dev Patel is good as the adult Saroo but it’s youngster Sunny Pawar that shines as the five-year-old Saroo in this heartwarming tale.


DREW


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