Category: Film

“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 … Continue Reading

“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 … Continue Reading

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 … Continue Reading

“brutal, unflinching and uncompromising” – Film Review of The Birth Of A Nation

Wednesday 1st February 2017

 

Helen Tope has written a review of The Birth Of A Nation, which is showing in our cinema from 27 January – 2 February. Tickets available here (all full price tickets for this film are 2 for 1, whether you book online, by phone or at the box office. That’s just … Continue Reading

“Dazzling, epic and unforgettable” – Film Review of La La Land

Wednesday 25th January 2017

Helen Tope has written a review of La La Land, which is showing in our cinema from 24 February – 7 March. Tickets available here.

 

 

La La Land is a film that announces itself with the fanfare we have come to expect … Continue Reading

“No peace, no pussy” – Film Review of Chi Raq

Tuesday 24th January 2017

Nathaniel Bannister has written a review of Chi-Raq, which is showing in our cinema from 20-26 January. Tickets available here.
“I am an American, Chicago born – Chicago, that somber city”.
So begins ‘The Adventures of Augie March’, written in 1953 by that most Chicagoan of authors, Saul Bellow. Sixty years … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them

Friday 9th December 2016

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them will be screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 16th – 29th December. Tickets available here.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is the long-awaited … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: Nocturnal Animals

Wednesday 7th December 2016

Nocturnal Animals is screening at the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 9th – 15th December. Tickets available here.

Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals opens with an actual parade of naked obesities. … Continue Reading