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Keira Knightley and Jude Law star in a spectacular new adaptation of Tolstoy's epic love story in Anna Karenina.
Trapped in a loveless marriage to Alexei, aristocrat and socialite Anna Karenina falls for the dashing Count Vronsky but this is late 19th century Russian high society, where such scandalous affairs rarely go unpunished. The price of her passion proves very high indeed as she is shunned by her peers and even threatened with separation from her son.
With an outstanding cast including Jude Law, Keira Knightley and Aaron Johnston, director Joe Wright’s takes on one of the greatest novels of all time to portray Leo Tolstoy’s love story in this classic tale.
Move over Arnold, Colin Farrell is stepping into your Governing shoes.
The 90’s sci-fi classic Total Recall is getting a 21st Century reboot.
The year is 2084 and Douglas Quaid is looking for a different life……you know the story.
Needless to say it involves implanted dreams, oddly proportioned women and explosive action. The film is at once an homage to the classic and at the same time it shows what special affects are capable of nowadays.
The film also stars, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel and the legendary Bill Nighy.
Will they go to Mars? Maybe. Will there be quips? Oh most definitely. Will a certain woman appear? Well you'll just have to go and see.
(warning this trailer does contain swearing)
Keith Lemon the Movie, is a bawdy rags to riches back to rags story.
Keith Lemon is an entrepreneur who stumbles upon the idea of a “fruit” based phone. The “Lemon Phone” is a resounding success.
However with great riches comes very little responsibility.
Not for the easily offended, if you know Keith Lemon you’ll know exactly what to expect.
Step Up 4 backflips onto the silverscreen this week.
The film follows Emily as she tries to make her dreams of becoming a professional dancer come true. She teams up with a street dance crew called The Mob.
The Mob’s neighbourhood is under threat from a developer who wants to build a hotel. The plan would mean that hundreds of people would be without their homes. It’s up to The Mob to prove to the rest of Miami that their home is worth saving.
Sure to feature explosive and mindblowing dancing Step Up 4 is a toe taping, break dancing phenomenon.
If you like your bears cuddly then Ted may well not be for you.
However if your'e a fan of all things Family Guy, then you need to see Ted. From the creator Seth McFarlane, comes his first ever feature film, he writes, directs and stars (well his voice does anyway!)
John Bennet wishes his teddy bear would come to life, his wish comes true. Though what he didn't factor was that Ted stuck around. 27 years later Ted is still around though not quite as cuddly, cute or adorable.
A comedy that steers close to the mark in a way that only MacFarlane can.
Diego, Sid and Manny are back with another slice of apocalyptic mayhem.
The continents are drifting, and the trio are divided from their loved ones. Cue a high seas voyage of discovery and badger pirates.
Fun for all the family and perfect for the upcoming summer holidays.
Magic Mike follows loosely the life of its main star Channing Tatum. The teen stripper turned bonafied film star.
The follow the plot of Mike a builder by day and a stripper by night. He takes on follow builder "The Kid" to show him the stripping ropes.
Mike beleives he has everything, however he soon comes to realize that he is living quite the hollow existence. He finds the girl of his dreams, but can she see past or put up with the fact that her man gets naked for other woman? Or will Mike find that stripping isnt all its cracked up to be?
Spiderman is back on the silver screen in this franchise reboot.
Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) dons the red and blue lycra to take over as Peter Parker/Spiderman.
Peter was abondoned by his parents as a child and his been brought up by his aunt and uncle, who instilled in him a strong set of values.
Things take a turn for the super, as he is bitten by a genetically modified spider.
Peter sets about saving the world.
With the Spiderman franchise back in Marvels court, could we see the wall crawler team up with Iron Man and his crew?
Friends with Kids is here to show you that perhaps being just friends can lead to a happy family life, whether that’s the case you will just have to see.
Julie (Jeniffer Westfeldt) and Jason (Adam Scott) are best friends who want kids but don’t want each other, they decide to have a child but split the parenting. Their newly married friends Ben (John Hamm) and Missy (Kristen Wig) think its a stupid idea, and the couple who've been toghether for a long time Leslie (Maya Rudolph) and Alex (Chris O'Dowd) can see the plus and minus points. While Julie and Jason think its absolutley foolproof!
The child is born and they set out to look for their perfect partner, will they find them? or has the truth been starring at them from the very beginning?
A heart warming and funny take on what it means to be a parent.
This weeks film is The Five Year Engagement.
It stars Jason Segel and Emily Blunt as the couple in question, after a year together Tom (Segel) pops the question to Violet (Blunt). The plannning comes to an abrubt halt when Violet is offered a once in a lifetime job opportunity, cue a two year hiatus becoming five (hence the title)
A testament to the ups and downs of getting to your special day, and the juggling of life love and work.
A laugh out loud comedy that appeals to both the sexes, and for those of you engaged just think it could never be as bad as this!
If you fancy your musicals with a bit of a punch then Rock of Ages could well be for you.
A faithful tribute to 80's hair metal, and all things rock. The sound track has some of the biggest names of the era on, but with a slight twist..........Tom Cruise!
This is Mr Cruise first ever musical, see him as Stacee Jaxx blast out songs such as G'N'R's Paradise City and Bon Jovi's Dead or Alive.
Along with Mary J Blige, it also sees Alec Baldwin as the club owner of the Bourbon Room, and Russell Brand doing what he does best.
A film with a soundtrack sure to knock your socks ofd and get you head banging along, get you vest and leather trousers on and go see Rock of Ages.
Red Tails follows the story of the 332nd Squadron a group of African-American pilots in WW2 who most overcome overwhelming odds to not only prove their worth but to prove to their superiors that skin colour does not make them inferior.
The group are stationed in Italy far behind enemy lines and ready to fight, when U.S. Bombers start getting hit harder, its up to the Red Tails to take the fight to the Luftawaffe. Bringing together Terrence Howard (Iron Man 1) Cuba Gooding Junior as well as Ne-Yo and Method Man.
A story of both great bravery and explosive action, Red Tails is produced by George Lucas so expect some spectacular special effects, and amazing aerial fights.
Red Tails is here and ready to knock your socks off.
An Ancient fairy-tale has been revived......
This weeks movie is ‘Snow White & The Huntsman’. In a twist of this traditional fairy-tale, Snow White (Kristen Stewart) is sent out on the run into the woods after the spiteful Queen (Charlize Theron) sends a cold blooded huntsman to kill her.
Although this frightful murderer ends up to become Snow White’s protector, and he trains her in the art of war to help vanquish the dreadful queen.
Sure to be a chilling, different, and on edge movie. This might just change your mind on the classic tale of Snow White
(This weeks cineworld movie minute was created with help from Aaron Jacobs)
Men in Black 3 is this weeks film. Join Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) as they take on an Alien invasion the likes that J has never seen.
K has ceased to exist, and its up to J to travel back in time to save him and the rest of the universe from iminant destruction.
J finds himself in 1969 with a young K played by Josh Brolin.
Always sure to bring huge sci-fi set pieces and full blown belly laughs, and those knowing cutural winks. MIB is back and more outlandish than ever.
Sascha Baron Cohen is back!!
This weeks film is The Dictator, seeing Baron Cohen back in front of the camera just this time he's not setting anyone up.
The film see's General Aladeen (Cohen) forced to go to America to address the United Nations.
Unfortunatly for Aladeen the Americans have other ideas, he finds himself alone without his money power or more importantly his beard!
A rip roaring laugh fest with the usual uncomfortable laughs from Cohen and his crew.
The Dictator is here and he demands your attention.
This weeks film sees a little known cult American Tv Soap make its way to the big screen. Hooray I hear you cheer.
Well how about we follow up with the fact thats its led by Americas golden couple Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. Ah now you're interested!
Dark Shadows sees Depp star as a cursed 18th Century playboy who gets on the worng side of a very jealous witch. She transforms him into a vampire then proceeds to bury him. Cue a 200 year jump and Barnabas (Depp) is unleashed into an unsespecting 1972.
Sure to be dark, odd and hilarious Dark Shadows is hear to change your view on what vampires can be.
Zac Efron ups his heart throb status in this weeks film "The Lucky One"
He stars as US Marine Sergeant Logan Thibault, a soldier on his third tour of duty of Iraq. His life is saved when he comes across a picture of a woman buried in the rubble, this small distraction saves him. Logan swears he will find this woman and thank her.
Will he find the woman? (course he will) Will he get the girl? (most probably) Will love previal? (oh without a doubt). A love story for the modern age "The Lucky One" is from the author of The Notebook and Dear John.
A film that has kept many a Comic Fan champing at the bit since it was announced 6 years ago the day has finally come where Marvels greatest heroes have to team up, if they want to win.
Bringing together the powerhouse of Iron Man, Thor and Captain America movies as well as bringing The Hulk, Hawkeye and Black Widow into the fray.
From Joss Whedon the director who brought you Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Sure to be a truly explosive adventure join The Avengers (not Mr Steed) as they try to save the world.
Ewan McGregor reels you in with this weeks film 'Salmon Fishing in the Yemen'
A Yemenite Sheikh has a grand scheme to bring Salmon fishing to the Yemen, and Ewan McGregor is the Fisheries Specialist charged with making the Sheikh's dream a reality.
Emily Blunt plays the Sheikhs English representative and possible love interest for Dr Jones (McGregor).
Will he succed or will he flounder?
Find out when you go see 'Salmon Fishing in the Yemen' at Cineworld
Once more a child hood past time comes to the big screen. The B6 to B4 game is back now with added Alien invaders. A huge blockbuster steams into cinema screens this week..
Battleship sees an Intenational Navel Vessel at war with an Alien Fleet looking to take over the world.
Keeping this Blockbuster year going, Liam Neeson stars alongside Taylor Kitsch he of John Carter fame and the Umbrellaellaella singer Rihanna in her big screen acting debut.
If you enjoy Explosions, Water and Aliens, or just enjoy an exhilirating Action movie then get down to Cineworld and watch Battleship.
Titanic returns to the silver screen, to coincide with the centinery of the sinking, James Cameron brings back his epic to us in 3D.
This new print of the film is a loving upscale of the original all overseen by Cameron. If you were one of the few who didn't see it first time around then nows the perfect opportunity to go see how it was meant to be seen. Relive one of the biggest movie experinces of the last century, and reminsce about why you fell in love with the movie all over again.
For those who aren't sold by 3D then 2D version is also out.
Book adaptions of Wizards and Vampires getting you down!? Then "The Hunger Games" could just well be the tonic for you. Follow the trails, turmoil and fight for survival as Katniss Everdeen (played by Jeniffer Lawrence) struggles to live in this futuristic thriller. From the Director of Seabiscuit and Pleasantville comes a new herione for the 21st Century. A relative unkonwn leads the cast of Hollywood royalty with Donald Sutherland and Woody Harrelson supproting, along with Lenny Kravitz in only his second second acting role.
Sure to set the box office alight much as the novels did to the shelves. Hunger Games brings a grown up edge, and a great stepping off point to one of the biggest blockbuster seasons yet.
This weeks movie is We Bought a Zoo, Cameron Crowes directorial return to comedy. The director of Almost Famous and Jerry Maguire, delivers a movie adoption of a true life story. The story follows Benjamin Mee played by Matt Damon who finds his dream home after the death of his wife, and much like the well known wood primer this film does exactly what it says on the tin. Benjamin leaves his world of journalism behind and sets about bringing the Zoo back to life. With a helping hand from Scarlet Johansson can Benjamin get the Zoo back to it's former glory?