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Battle of the Sexes

Borg vs. McEnroe

Friend Request

Kingsman 2 The Golden Circle

Loving Vincent

Stronger

The Lego Ninjago Movie

Victoria and Abdul

Welcome to Willits

Woodshock



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  • Loving Vincent

    31 August 2017
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    Loving Vincent
    Genre: Animation/Biography/Drama
    Directed by: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman
    Written by: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman, Jacek Dehnel
    Starring: Robert Gulaczyk, Helen McCrory, Jerome Flynn, Saoirse Ronan, Aidan Turner, Chris O’Dowd, Eleanor Tomlinson, Douglas Booth, Holly Earl, John Sessions, James Greene, Richard Banks, Bill Thomas, Josh Burdett, Martin Herdman, Robin Hodges, Shaun Newnham, Joe Stuckey, Graham Pavey, Carole Le Clanche, and Andrew Scott-Marshall
    Release Date: September 22, 2017

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    LOVING VINCENT

    Movie Plot:
    No other artist has attracted more legends than Vincent van Gogh. Variously labelled a martyr, a lustful satyr, a madman, a genius and a layabout, the real Vincent is at once revealed in his letters, and obscured by myth and time. Vincent himself said in his last letter: ?We cannot speak other than by our paintings?. We take him at his word and let the paintings tell the real story of Vincent van Gogh.

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    The Limehouse Golem

    19 December 2016
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    The Limehouse Golem
    Genre: Horror/Thriller
    Directed by: Juan Carlos Medina
    Written by: Jane Goldman, Peter Ackroyd
    Starring: Bill Nighy, Olivia Cooke, Douglas Booth, Daniel Mays, Sam Reid, María Valverde, Eddie Marsan, Adam Brown
    Release Date: 2017

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    THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

    Movie Plot:
    London, 1880. In the dangerous Limehouse district, a series of murders have shaken the community. So monstrous and ruthless are these crimes the press claim they?re the work of The Golem ? a creature from folklore, an almost mythical predecessor of Jack the Ripper. The Golem strikes again. With no genuine leads, the police put the vastly experienced Detective Inspector Kildare (Bill Nighy) on the case, a scapegoat for when the next victim surfaces. In the vein of From Hell and The Woman in Black, The Limehouse Golem is a gothic murder mystery set in the darkest alleys of Victorian London.

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    A Storm in the Stars

    17 March 2016
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    A Storm in the Stars MovieA Storm in the Stars
    Genre: Drama
    Directed by: Haifaa Al-Mansour
    Written by: onor McPherson, Emma Jensen
    Starring: Elle Fanning, Douglas Booth, Bel Powley, Tom Sturridge
    Release Date: 2016

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    Movie Plot:
    Mary (Elle Fanning) is a rebellious and outspoken teenager. When she meets the poet Percy Shelley (Douglas Booth), there’s a spark of attraction between the two outsiders who feel trapped within polite society. Percy is contrary and selfish, talking of sexual freedom and progressive ideas that are beyond the boundaries of their age. For sheltered Mary, it’s love at first sight. When Mary’s family discover that Percy is married with a child, they forbid any further contact. Mary and Percy elope, taking Mary’s half-sister Claire (Bel Powley) along for the ride. It’s a scandal, and with Percy’s philandering ways, rumours of a ménage à trois are whispered everywhere they go. Claire willfully flirts her way into Lord Byron (Tom Sturridge)’s affections and Mary is relieved when they are asked to join the decadent poet at his house in Lake Geneva. It’s a chance to escape the gossip-mongering and restrictions of England. During one stormy summer night, to distract Mary from Percy’s infidelities, Lord Byron suggests they all write a ghost story. All the pain and guilt that Mary feels about Percy, Claire and the child she lost, is poured into giving birth to Frankenstein’s Monster. The story is incredible, a classic that even Percy must acknowledge. But women don’t write books, and publishers certainly won’t print them. The rebel rises, and Mary fights for her creature and her identity, all at the age of eighteen.

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