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COCO (PG)

Show times:
16th February - 1:00pm & 3:30pm
17th February - 1:30pm & 3:45pm
18th February - 2:30pm
Directors: Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina.
Voices: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt.
USA 2017. 105 mins.
With big dreams of becoming a musician, 12-year-old guitarist Miguel (Gonzalez) sets out to solve the mystery behind his family’s age-old ban on music. His adventures take him and his trusty dog Dante to the dazzlingly colourful Land of the Dead. Here, the young hero is met by a trickster skeleton Héctor (Bernal), and together they work hard to lift the musical curse. But will Miguel manage to make it back to the real world intact and will he solve the ancestral puzzle? Pixar brings us another stunning family animation, masterfully directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina. This time it’s Day of the Dead-themed and packed with magical skeletons, vibrant Mexican tradition, mischievous dogs and raucous celebrations. A truly captivating coming-of-age film with the family and a sense of humour at its heart.

THE COMMUTER (15)

Show times:
16th February - 8:30pm
17th February - 6:00pm
21st February - 8:30pm
Director: Jaume Collet-Serra.
Starring: Liam Neeson, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Jonathan Banks, Elizabeth McGovern, Sam Neill.
UK/USA 2018. 104 mins.
Liam Neeson reunites with director Jaume Collet-Serra to flaunt his very particular set of skills once more – this time on public transport. Neeson stars as insurance salesman and family man Michael MacCauley, whose commute home goes seriously off the rails. Not long after his train pulls out of New York’s Grand Central Station, MacCauley is approached by a mysterious stranger and offered $100,000 to identify a hidden passenger on the train before the last stop. As he works against the clock to solve the puzzle, he’s unwittingly caught up in a criminal conspiracy that carries life and death stakes for everyone on board. A crowd-pleasing, white-knuckle action thriller.

DARKEST HOUR (PG)

Show times:
18th February - 5:00pm
19th February - 6:00pm
20th February - 7:30pm
2nd March - 8:30pm
3rd March - 2:15pm & 5:00pm
4th March - 7:00pm
5th March - 6:00pm
6th March  - 4:00pm
7th March  - 8:30pm
8th March - 6:00pm
Director: Joe Wright.
Starring: Gary Oldman, Lily James, Kristin Scott Thomas, Ben Mendelsohn.
UK 2017. 125 mins.
Gary Oldman is utterly transformed and Oscar-worthy as Winston Churchill in Joe Wright’s gripping retelling of a pivotal moment in British history. Days after becoming Prime Minister in May 1940, Churchill undergoes a baptism of fire. Allied forces are cornered at Dunkirk. The threat of invasion looms. A cabal of politicians led by Lord Halifax (Stephen Dillane) pushes hard for peace talks. Faced with an unprepared public, a sceptical king (Mendelsohn) and his own party plotting to oust him, Churchill must decide whether to negotiate with Hitler or stand and fight. Based on a screenplay by Anthony McCarten (The Theory Of Everything), this lavish period drama thrillingly depicts the bubbling cauldron of backroom conflict in Churchill’s momentous first weeks in office. It’s a rousing story of leadership, and makes for a wonderful companion piece to last year’s immersive epic Dunkirk.

EARLY MAN (PG)

Show times:
24th February - 1:30pm & 3:45pm
25th February - 12:30pm & 2:45pm
Director: Nick Park.
Voices: Eddie Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston,  Timothy Spall, Maisie Williams, Richard Ayoade.
UK/France 2018. 89 mins.
British animation maestros Aardman Studios (Wallace And Gromit, Chicken Run) roll back the clock to the dawn of time for a laugh-out-loud tale of prehistoric culture clash. Early Man follows plucky caveman Dug (Redmayne) and his best friend, Hognob, who live a modest but happy Stone Age life with their tribe. When the mighty Lord Nooth (Hiddleston) and his Bronze Age armies turn up to take over their beloved valley, the keen but clumsy Dug sets out to rally his clan of misfits and beat the bad guys at their own game. Unleashing a memorable set of new characters and a caveful of Stone Age gags, Early Man fuses friendship, comedy and adventure in a way that only Aardman can.

FERDINAND (U)

Show times:
27th January - 3:00pm
28th January - 2:30pm
Director: Carlos Saldanha.
Voices: John Cena, Kate McKinnon, Anthony Anderson, Gina Rodriguez, David Tennant.
USA 2017. 106 mins.
Ferdinand is a big bull with an even bigger heart. He enjoys the finer things in life – flowers, smaller fellow animals and the like. But after he’s accidently stung by a bee which makes him charge rampantly across the fields, he’s captured by brigands who see a big future for him fighting in Madrid’s bullring. Determined to return to his beloved family in rural Spain, Ferdinand rallies a team of misfits and tries to escape. Working from Munro Leaf’s bestselling 1930s children’s book, writer-director Carlos Saldanha (Rio, Ice Age) has applied his considerable creative talents to deliver another animated crowd-pleaser. Its stars include Kate McKinnon (Ghostbusters), David Tennant and Bobby Cannavale, with wrestler-turned-actor John Cena voicing the misunderstood steer.

FIFTY SHADES FREED (CERT TBC)

Show times:
23rd February - 8:15pm
24th February - 6:00pm
25th February - 7:15pm
26th February - 8:15pm
27th February - 7:15pm
1st March - 6:00pm
Director: James Foley.
Starring: Dakota Johnson,  Jamie Dornan, Kim Basinger.
USA 2018. TBC mins.
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson return as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades Freed, the climactic third chapter based on the bestselling Fifty Shades phenomenon. Believing they have left behind shadowy figures from their past, newlyweds Christian and Ana fully embrace an inextricable connection and shared life of luxury. But just as she steps into her role as Mrs Grey and he relaxes into an unfamiliar stability, new threats jeopardise their happy ending before it even begins. Returning cast members from previous Fifty Shades entries include Marcia Gay Harden, Eric Johnson, Rita Ora and Luke Grimes; Arielle Kebbel and Brant Daugherty join the saga

THE MERCY (12A)

Show times:
23rd February - 6:00pm
24th February - 8:30pm
25th February - 5:00pm
26th February - 6:00pm
27th February - 2:00pm & 5:00pm
28th February - 4:45pm
1st March - 8:30pm
Director: James Marsh.
Starring: Colin Firth,  Rachel Weisz, David Thewlis.
UK 2017. 102 mins.
From the director of The Theory Of Everything, James Marsh, comes an infamous true story of one man’s epic attempt singlehandedly to circumnavigate the globe by sea. Starring Oscar winner Colin Firth as amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst, the film revisits one of the most enduring mysteries of recent times: Crowhurst’s disappearance in the 1968 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race. As his wife Clare (Weisz) and children anxiously await his return to dry land, the journey takes a nightmarish turn and the intrepid voyager is left fearing for his life amidst treacherous waters. What perils do the seas hold for those travelling alone? Crowhurst’s battle against the cruellest of elements is enthralling from start to finish. A measured and moving account of a desperate odyssey. Contains infrequent strong language.

THE POST  (12A)

Show times:
16th February - 6:00pm
17th February - 8:15pm
18th February - 7:45pm
19th February - 8:30pm
20th February - 2:00pm & 5:00pm
21st February - 6:00pm
22nd February - 4:30pm
Director: Steven Spielberg.
Starring: Meryl Streep,  Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson.
USA 2017. 116 mins.
Following 2015’s Oscar-winning Spotlight and with ‘fake news’ now an ironic political clarion cry, The Post is a sobering if thrilling reminder of the fragility and importance of press freedom. Working together for the first time, Meryl Streep plays Washington Post publisher Kay Graham opposite Tom Hanks as the paper’s editor, Ben Bradlee. Freedom of speech and the paper’s survival are at stake if Bradlee publishes leaked documents exposing a government cover-up of secrets that spanned four US presidents. Screenwriters Josh Singer (Spotlight) and Liz Hannah weave a compelling narrative that pits integrity and public interest against the darkest political forces while revealing the human frailties of the characters Streep and Hanks so adeptly portray. With strong support from Jesse Plemons and Alison Brie, the whole is expertly orchestrated by Hanks’s favourite director, Steven Spielberg. Contains strong language and brief battle violence.