Moonlight Review: ‘a heartbreaking and eloquent expression of a young life failed by everyone around it.’
Wednesday 22nd March 2017
Nathaniel Bannister has written a review of Moonlight, which was shown in the PAC cinema from 10 – 16 March.
The film that stole La La Land’s limelight. And to my mind, a most unlikely Oscar winner: no big star to pull audiences in, a strong black cast, and a …
Toni Erdmann Review: ‘I would gladly watch again and again’
Tuesday 14th March 2017
Ieuan Jones has written a review of Toni Erdmann, which is showing in our cinema from the 17-23 March. Tickets available here.
Toni Erdmann is a character dreamt up by a German music teacher called Winfried (Peter Simonischek), a prankster and braggart with outsize false teeth and a preposterous wig. He …
“Her life might disintegrate at any moment” – Film Review of Jackie
Thursday 9th March 2017
Nigel Watson has written a review of Jackie, which is showing in our cinema on the 10th and the 15th and 16th of March. Tickets available here. Just three screenings are being held for this film, so book your tickets early to avoid missing out!
Pablo Larrain’s film …
International Women’s Day 2017
Wednesday 8th March 2017
It’s International Women’s Day and you may have seen that Plymouth Arts Centre has been all over the BBC news and social media over the weekend in relation to the F-Rating, due to movie website IMDb adopting the classification. We even got a re-tweet by Emma Watson and …
“Denial is making a wider point about the value of seeking the truth.” – Film Review of Denial
Wednesday 1st March 2017
Ieuan Jones has written a review of Denial, which is showing in our cinema from the 3rd to the 9th of March. Tickets available here.
When I typed “did the…” into Google a moment ago, the second prompt I was given was “did …
“capturing the fire and fury” – Film Review of Gimme Danger
Wednesday 15th February 2017
Ieuan Jones has written a review of Gimme Danger, which is showing in our cinema on the 4th and the 8th of March. Tickets available here. Just two screenings are being held for this film, so book your tickets early to avoid missing out!
Jim Jarmusch’s …
“The performances (and impeccable hair) of the actors are commendable” Film Review of Silence
Wednesday 8th February 2017
Ieuan Jones has written a review of Silence, which is screening at Plymouth Arts Centre from 10th – 16th February. Tickets available here.
No matter what the subject matter, Martin Scorsese is always able to find a religious dimension to the films he is making. This mind-set is …
Review of Free Fire and Q&A with Director Ben Wheatley
Wednesday 8th February 2017
Ben Cherry has written a review of Free Fire and the following Q&A from Director Ben Wheatley and Producer Andrew Starke.
Q and A screenings have become a lot more common in recent years. British director Ben Wheatley has used this method to promote his films on a regular basis, but his …