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John Wick: Chapter 4

John Wick: Chapter 4

2h 50m
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) uncovers a path to defeating The High Table. But before he can earn his freedom, Wick must face off against a new enemy with powerful alliances across the globe and forces that turn old friends into foes.
In a fictional Yorkshire care home named The Beth, Dr Valentine (Bally Gill) and Sister Gilpin (Jennifer Saunders) rally the community to fight back after being threatened with closure by The Department of Health. Judi Dench’s former librarian and Derek Jacobi’s ex-teacher are amongst the residents trying to enjoy their last act as they wrestle with the big questions of life and death. The son of one of the residents proves to be a right-wing lobbyist (Russell Tovey). Is he an enemy within or an unexpected ally? Adapted from a play by Alan Bennett, this is a paean to the doctors and nurses who embody the altruistic values of the NHS at its most idealistic. Powered by wry social observations, Allelujah has a narrative that beats like a human heart.
Shazam! Fury of the Gods
The continuing adventures of teenager Billy Batson (Asher Angel) who we last saw in Shazam! (2019) being bestowed by wizard Djimon Hounsou with the power to transform into an adult superhero (Zachary Levi) by saying the word ‘SHAZAM’. Now, his fellow foster kids have the same ability to transform into ass-kicking alter-egos.This is good timing as a big battle is brewing with a vengeful trio of ancient female gods. Rachel Zegler, Lucy Liu and Helen Mirren play the Daughters of Atlas who are willing to destroy the world in order to reclaim magic stolen a long time ago. The stakes are greater than before. The spectacle is magnified. Plus the growing-pains jokes fly faster than you can say, well, ‘SHAZAM’.
Rye Lane
In her feature film directorial debut, Raine Allen Miller delivers a colourful and uplifting modern rom-com about two twenty-somethings whose chance encounter becomes a journey of self-discovery. When Yas (Vivian Oparah) meets Dom (David Jonsson) in an unlikely public spot, they soon discover they’re both in the throes of heartbreak. Embarking on a spontaneous day walking the streets of Peckham, the pair find themselves drawn to one another as they process their pasts together. As their serendipitous day unfolds, they learn more about each other and themselves, and begin to see their South London home through new eyes. Fans of meet-cute movies will love this coming-of-age story, as the central characters learn to open their hearts once again.
Members' Preview: Air
From award-winning director Ben Affleck, a special members' preview narrating the game-changing partnership between a then-rookie Michael Jordan and Nike's fledgling basketball division which revolutionised the world of sports and contemporary culture. This moving story follows the career-defining gamble of an unconventional team with everything on the line, the uncompromising vision of a mother who knows the worth of her son's immense talent, and the basketball phenom who would become the greatest of all time.
What's Love Got To Do With It?
A stellar cast head up this multicultural, very British rom-com from the producers of Bridget Jones’s Diary and Love Actually. Lily James stars as documentary filmmaker and unlucky in love Zoe. When her childhood friend Kazim shares that his parents will be choosing his future bride, she’s confident she’s found the subject of her next film. From the matchmaker’s office to the wedding day, Zoe is a fly on the wall, while her mother Cath (Emma Thompson) coaches her through her dating disasters. However, as she travels from London to Lahore for the nuptials, Zoe realises that her happiness was close to home all along. Expect lots of laughs, and that warm fuzzy feeling you can only get from that running-to-the-airport kind of love story.
Creed III
Reprising his iconic, award-winning role as Adonis "Donnie" Creed, Hollywood heavyweight Michael B. Jordan takes to the director’s chair, heading up the first sequel without Sylvester Stallone in the Rocky franchise. It’s clear Rocky’s mentorship has worked wonders for Donnie’s career. Seven years after the events of Creed II, Donnie has become a boxing star, while the support from his wife Bianca (Tessa Thompson) and daughter Amara has kept his feet firmly on the ground. Enter Damian "Dame" Anderson (Majors), a childhood friend of Donnie’s who’s fresh out of prison. The former boxing prodigy wants Donnie’s help to prove himself in the ring, but as old memories resurface, this fight is personal. With Donnie facing off against a fighter with nothing to lose, this stylish drama packs an emotional punch.
Scream VI
Jenna Ortega and all her pals who survived 2022’s Scream reboot have upped sticks from Woodsboro (site of the previous five films in this cult horror franchise) to start afresh in New York City. Sadly, knife-wielding maniac and nuisance caller, Ghostface has a working knowledge of the subway and screams are easily drowned out by rush hour traffic. Courteney Cox is back as news anchor Gale Weathers to face up to her old nemesis - and she’s not the only returning cast member. Left for dead at the end of Scream 4, Hayden Panettiere proves that it’s not just serial killers who can bounce back from a seemingly fatal attack. Dermot Mulroney joins to rank amongst the fresh faces fighting for their lives. New York, new rules, old terrors.
Everything Everywhere All At Once
Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively known as Daniels, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a sci-fi action-adventure about an exhausted Chinese-American woman who can't seem to finish her taxes. She's swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led.
1h 33m
From the writers of A Quiet Place and producer Sam Raimi comes 65, a sci-fi thriller starring Adam Driver. After a catastrophic crash on an unknown planet, pilot Mills (Adam Driver) quickly discovers he's actually stranded on Earth... 65 million years ago. Now, with only one chance at rescue, Mills and the only other survivor, Koa (Ariana Greenblatt), must make their way across an unknown terrain riddled with dangerous prehistoric creatures in an epic fight to survive.
Apple TV+ Presents: Tetris
Join us on 28th March for a special preview of the new Apple Original film Tetris. As always, your ticket, plus a drink and popcorn, are all on the house. Tetris tells the unbelievable story of how one of the world's most popular video games found its way to avid players around the globe. Henk Rogers (Taron Egerton) discovers TETRIS in 1988, and then risks everything by traveling to the Soviet Union, where he joins forces with inventor Alexey Pajitnov (Nikita Efremov) to bring the game to the masses. Based on a true story, Tetris is a Cold War–era thriller on steroids, with double-crossing villains, unlikely heroes and a nail-biting race to the finish.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie
For the first time, the iconic global entertainment brands Illumination and Nintendo join forces to create The Super Mario Bros. Movie, a new, big-screen adventure starring one of pop culture's most prominent plumbers of the past four decades. While working underground to fix a water main, Brooklyn plumbers Mario and brother Luigi are transported down a mysterious pipe and wander into a magical new world. But when the brothers are separated, Mario embarks on an epic quest to find Luigi. With the assistance of a Mushroom Kingdom resident Toad and some training from the strong-willed ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom, Princess Peach, Mario taps into his own power.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honour Among Thieves
A charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers undertake an epic heist to retrieve a lost relic, but things go dangerously awry when they run afoul of the wrong people. Dungeons & Dragons: Honour Among Thieves brings the rich world and playful spirit of the legendary roleplaying game to the big screen in a hilarious and action-packed adventure.
1h 29m
Mummies follows the fun adventures of three Egyptian mummies who live in an underground secret city, hidden in ancient Egypt. The trio includes a princess, a former charioteer, and his younger brother along with their pet baby crocodile. Through a series of unfortunate events, the mummies end up in present-day London and embark on a wacky and hilarious journey in search of an old ring belonging to the Royal Family, that was stolen by the ambitious archaeologist Lord Carnaby.
80 for Brady
'80 For Brady' is inspired by the true story of four best friends living life to the fullest when they take a wild trip to the 2017 Super Bowl LI to see their hero Tom Brady play. Starring Academy Award nominee Lily Tomlin, Academy Award winner Jane Fonda, Academy Award winner Rita Moreno and Academy Award winner Sally Field, with 7-time Super Bowl Champion and producer Tom Brady.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Marvel’s tiny hero returns! When well-meaning Cassie accidentally opens a tunnel to a secret underground universe, she is plunged into this new world with her dad, Paul Rudd’s superhero crawler Ant-Man, along with Wasp and her parents. The group soon find themselves exploring the Quantum Realm, interacting with strange new creatures and embarking on an adventure that will push them beyond the limits of what they thought possible. Not only a thrilling dive into the unknown, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania also kick-starts the 5th phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which will bring Marvel Comics characters to life in productions from 2023 to mid-2024. With astonishing CGI visuals and a worthy adversary in time-travelling villain Kang the Conqueror, this otherworldly universe has never been more terrifying.
The Whale
A new A24 produced drama about an obese man (Brendan Fraser) who attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter. Known for psychological dramas (Black Swan, Requiem For A Dream) and biblical epics (Noah, mother!), this is Aronofsky's most straightforwardly humane film yet, adapted from a play by Samuel D. Hunter. With a performance that earned him a BAFTA nomination, and led to a standing ovation at Venice Film Festival, Fraser plays Charlie, an immobilised, online college professor committing slow suicide via binge-eating in response to a tragedy. In his first role in years, Fraser plumbs oceanic depths to conjure empathy for a man reviled by society for his appearance.
Women Talking
A group of Mennonite women realise that men from their colony have been drugging and assaulting them for years. They gather in a hay barn to decide between three courses of action: Do nothing. Stay and fight. Or leave. A cast of megawatt female performers – including Rooney Mara, Jessie Buckley and Claire Foy – use democracy to forge a way through collective trauma towards a hopeful future. In their isolated religious patriarchy, women are not taught literacy so a schoolteacher (Ben Whishaw) is asked by the woman that he (not so) secretly loves to take the minutes. Adapted by Canadian filmmaker Sarah Polley from a Miriam Toews novel based on real events in Bolivia, and nominated for Best Picture and Best Screenplay Academy Awards, this is a moving, must-see drama.
Cocaine Bear
Inspired by the 1985 true story of a drug runner's plane crash, missing cocaine, and the black bear that ate it, this wild thriller finds an oddball group of cops, criminals, tourists and teens converging in a Georgia forest where a 500- pound apex predator has ingested a staggering amount of cocaine and gone on a coke-fueled rampage for more blow... and blood.
The Fabelmans
A boy learns to make movies against a backdrop of domestic upheaval in Steven Spielberg’s most personal film, a post-World War II memoir starring Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, and Seth Rogen. The film spans shifting backdrops starting with 7-year-old Sammy Fabelman’s first trip to the cinema to see The Greatest Show on Earth and ending with his dramatic encounter with a filmmaking hero (David Lynch in a cameo) aged 18. In between, he grows to see the painful truth behind his parents’ marriage with a gaze enhanced by his camera’s roving lens. Equal TLC is given to showing these formative family relationships as to reconstructing the fledgling filmmaking that led to little Sammy stepping into his destiny to become Steven Spielberg, the dreamweaver whose classics (E.T., Jaws, Jurassic Park) never seem to age.
1h 44m
Oscar-nominated 'Close' is an elegant, poetic and empathetic study of youth from acclaimed writer-director Lukas Dhont. Thirteen-year-olds Leo and Remi are inseparable; best friends, as close as brothers. However as they start a new school year, the pressures of burgeoning adolescence challenge their bond with unexpected and far-reaching consequences. With incredible performances from newcomers Eden Dambrine and Gustav De Waele, Dhont's evocative second film is a profoundly moving coming of age story that will have an enduring impact.
Puss in Boots: The Last Wish
After one romp too many, our favourite wisecracking, animated cat is down to his last life and hiding out in a cat refuge. To restore his nine lives he goes on an adventure to find The Wishing Star, dodging enemies, picking up sidekicks and discovering how sacred life can be when you only have one. Characters return from the original Puss in Boots - released 11 years ago as a Shrek spin-off - namely love interest Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek), who keeps things purring along. Meanwhile Puss must evade The Big Bad Wolf, and a more aggressive than usual, Goldilocks (Florence Pugh in her first voice role) backed up by Mama Bear (Olivia Colman)and Papa Bear (Ray Winstone). A fantastical fairy tale full of wit, visual sparkle, and the gleeful comic charms of Antonio Banderas.
Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical
Matilda has used her magical powers to even the score with vile grown-ups in many cultural forms since Roald Dahl created her in his 1988 book. The brilliant little girl with awful parents and a talent for telekinesis is presented as never seen before in this stylised gothic vision. National treasure Emma Thompson dons industrial amounts of prosthetics to play the sadistic Ms Trunchball, headmistress at Crunchem Hall, where punishment is prioritised over education. Adapted from the West End musical - with all the songs by witty genius Tim Minchin carried over - the epic themes of good versus evil are delivered with ghoulish pizzazz. To believe once again in the defiant imaginations of children, come to school with Matilda.
1h 42m
What would you focus on if you knew death was close? What if you had lived quietly until this point, numbed by the routine of work? A civil servant in 1950s London known simply as Mr Williams (Nighy), responds to the bad news by rescuing a petition to build a children’s playground from bureaucratic limbo. Monochrome is used to create a world so muted that small deeds sing. An understated Nighy is extremely moving as a man for whom buying a new hat and making a new friend represent an awakening. There are no great speeches from him, just a quiet determination to do something good. Oliver Hermanus has made an existential gem that gently forces the question of what we will leave behind.
A Good Person
Daniel (Morgan Freeman) is brought together with Allison (Florence Pugh), the once thriving young woman with a bright future who was involved in an unimaginable tragedy that took his daughter's life. As grief-stricken Daniel navigates raising his teenage granddaughter and Allison seeks redemption, they discover that friendship, forgiveness, and hope can flourish in unlikely places.
Infinity Pool
While staying at an isolated island resort, James (Alexander Skarsgard) and Em (Cleopatra Coleman) are enjoying a perfect vacation of pristine beaches, exceptional staff, and soaking up the sun. Guided by the seductive and mysterious Gabi (Mia Goth), they venture outside the resort grounds and find themselves in a culture filled with violence, hedonism, and untold horror. A tragic accident leaves them facing a zero tolerance policy for crime: either you'll be executed, or, if you're rich enough to afford it, you can watch yourself die instead.
Meet Me in the Bathroom
An immersive archival journey through the explosive New York music scene of the early 2000s. Set against the backdrop of 9/11 and a world unaware of the seismic political, technological and cultural shifts about to occur, Meet Me in the Bathroom, tells the story of the last great romantic age of Rock'n'Roll through the prism of a handful of era defining bands; THE STROKES, LCD SOUNDSYSTEM, YEAH YEAH YEAH's, INTERPOL.Inspired by Lizzy Goodman's bestselling book, directors Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace (Shut Up and Play the Hits) is an exploration of myth and music, time and place thatTells the story of how a new generation kickstarted a musical rebirth for New York City that reverberated around the world.
The Beasts
Based on real-life events, Denis Ménochet and Marina Foïs play a married couple whose dream of moving to the countryside gradually turns into a living nightmare.
1h 42m
Filmmaker Ti West returns with another chapter from the twisted world of X, in this astonishing follow-up to the year's most acclaimed horror film. Trapped on her family's isolated farm, Pearl must tend to her ailing father under the bitter and overbearing watch of her devout mother. Lusting for a glamorous life like she's seen in the movies, Pearl's ambitions, temptations, and repressions all collide, in the stunning, technicolor-inspired origin story of X's iconic villain.
Woody Harrelson stars in the hilarious and heartwarming story of a former minor-league basketball coach who, after a series of missteps, is ordered by the court to manage a team of players with intellectual disabilities. He soon realizes that despite his doubts, together, this team can go further than they ever imagined.
A young girl, recently married, is traveling from Aidini to Greece with her mother and her two daughters. On board the ship she decides not to let life pass her by, but to live her own way. And she goes ahead! She writes endlessly wherever she can, on napkins and cigarette boxes, to bills. She smokes, she passionately falls in love, casually gambles in luxurious salons, but also in illegal basements. A teacher who becomes an actress and plays in streets and in theatres, a poet who becomes the greatest Greek folk songwriter. She collaborates with all the famous music personalities of the country, from Vassilis Tsitsanis and Apostolos Kaldaras to Manolis Ηiotis, Antonis Repanis and Manos Hadjidakis, bravely asserting herself to a cruel and typically male-dominated world.
Epic Tails
Epic Tails tells the story of super smart mouse Pattie and her feline friend Sam, as they embark upon an exciting adventure of paw-some proportions through Ancient Greece. With a little help from ageing hero Jason, the animals' quest brings them face to face with some of the most bizarre and dangerous creatures from Greek mythology, as they race to halt the threat posed to their city by Poseidon himself.
Your Name (Subtitled)
Mitsuha and Taki are total strangers living completely different lives. But when Mitsuha makes a wish to leave her mountain town for the bustling city of Tokyo, they become connected in a bizarre way. She dreams she is a boy living in Tokyo while Taki dreams he is a girl from a rural town he’s never visited. What does their newfound connection mean? And how will it bring them together? Find out in this highly acclaimed film by auteur director Makoto Shinkai.