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Midnight Special (M) ★★★1/2 Now available for mobile cinema events #ReleaseOfTheWeek
August 24, 2016, 3:53 pm
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Release Of The Week! Midnight Special
Adventure/Drama/Sci-Fi, Rated M, 112 Minutes.
Starring: Michael Shannon, Joel Edgerton, Kirsten Dunst
A father and son go on the run after the dad learns his child possesses special powers. Available 24 August – Outdoor 24 October 2016 (TBC)

'Strongly favouring emotional resonance over narrative certainty, Jeff Nichols’ latest, Midnight Special, takes cinematic cues from the likes of Starman, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E.T. while inviting viewers on a thrilling ride into the unknown. Boasting Nichols’ strongest cast to date, Midnight Special bestows its youngest member with wisdom far beyond his age and its more senior characters with the childlike wonder they believed to be long lost — gently inviting its audience to do the very same.' – To read the ★★★1/2 review by Jordan Brooks on Letterboxd click on the poster above

‘Strongly favouring emotional resonance over narrative certainty, Jeff Nichols’ latest, Midnight Special, takes cinematic cues from the likes of Starman, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E.T. while inviting viewers on a thrilling ride into the unknown. Boasting Nichols’ strongest cast to date, Midnight Special bestows its youngest member with wisdom far beyond his age and its more senior characters with the childlike wonder they believed to be long lost — gently inviting its audience to do the very same.’ – To read the ★★★1/2 review by Jordan Brooks on Letterboxd click on the poster above


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Eddie the Eagle (PG) ★★★1/2 Now available for mobile cinema events #ReleaseOfTheWeek
August 3, 2016, 7:14 am
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Release Of The Week! Eddie the Eagle
2016, Biography/Comedy/Drama, Rated PG, 106 Minutes.
Starring: Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman, Tom Costello
The story of Eddie Edwards, the notoriously tenacious British underdog ski jumper who charmed the world at the 1988 Winter Olympics. Available 3 August – Outdoor from 3 October 2016

‘This is a feel-good underdog movie based upon the life of British ski-jumper Michael “Eddie” Edwards aka “Eddie the Eagle.” He participated in the 1988 Calgary Games in both the 70-meter and 90-meter events, posting distances that were dead last but still established British Olympic records for both. He immediately became a media sensation for his heroic failures, full of heart and passion, rivaling the members of the Jamaican bobsled team in popularity.’ – To read the ★★★1/2 review by TajLV on Letterboxd click on the poster above

Eddie The Eagle is currently available for Road Movie Mobile Cinema events. For all our latest films available and for a film copyright quote please fill out the form on our following page: Film Lists & Copyright Quotes



Eye in the Sky (M) ★★★1/2 Now available for mobile cinema events #ReleaseOfTheWeek
July 20, 2016, 7:45 am
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Release Of The Week! Eye in the Sky
2015, Drama/Thriller/War, Rated M, 102 Minutes.
Starring: Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman
A military officer in command of a drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya sees her mission escalate from “capture” to “kill” just as a nine-year old girl enters the kill zone. Available 20 July – Outdoor from 20 September 2016 (TBC)

'This really is a fantastically constructed film in that it intercuts multiple locations around the world without ever losing focus or intensity. It's easily the best film about drone warfare yet, although I'm not sure the great film on that subject has yet to be made.'– To read the ★★★1/2 review by Brian Tallerico on Letterboxd click on the poster above

‘This really is a fantastically constructed film in that it intercuts multiple locations around the world without ever losing focus or intensity. It’s easily the best film about drone warfare yet, although I’m not sure the great film on that subject has yet to be made.’– To read the ★★★1/2 review by Brian Tallerico on Letterboxd click on the poster above




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