5 REASONS TO GO TO THE CINEMA IN 2017

1. Awards season The awards ceremonies themselves may not be to everybody’s taste but the delayed UK release schedule means the early months of the year are packed full of Best Picture contenders. Some of the highlights this year include musical spectacular La La Land, Casey Affleck’s Manchester by the Sea and Scorsese epic Silence.   2. Sequel success Sequels aren’t always a cause …

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Sci-fi doesn’t get any bigger, ballsier or mind-bending than this. Nolan leaves any compromises at the airlock & we’re with him all the way.  _____________________________ Release date: November 7, 2014 (United Kingdom) Director: Christopher Nolan Running time: 2h 49m Music composed by: Hans Zimmer Awards: Academy Award for Best Visual Effects  

PETER JACKSON

AVERAGE FILM SCORE: 6.7 One of the fathers of modern fantasy. From amateur zombie blood baths to epic sweeping battles, Jackson is known for his ambitious visual effects. Also famous for creating over-the-top dream-sequences. And wearing shorts. Always. OUR REVIEWS

MICHAEL BAY

AVERAGE FILM SCORE: 5.2 An action extremist who creates BIG, blockbusting ‘Bayhem’ awash with slick car chases, sexy women and memorable one-liners. His films are often long, loud and cheesy…but nobody blows shit up like Bay! OUR REVIEWS  

TIM BURTON

AVERAGE FILM SCORE: 6.1 A Gothic magician who conjures quirky nightmares & freaky fairy-tales. He loves all things odd, eccentric and well, Johnny Depp. Not the strongest storyteller and often puts style over substance. But from hedge-trimming to Batsuits, you can’t deny Burton has an unmistakable artistic touch.

CLINT EASTWOOD

AVERAGE FILM SCORE: 6.4/10 The grizzly grandad of Hollywood cherished for almost 6 decades. More than thirty flicks carry his name from sweaty westerns to bold biographies. Sometimes they’re too sentimental, sometimes they’re classics but if he puts himself in them, the scowl is a solid sell. OUR REVIEWS

THE COEN BROTHERS

AVERAGE FILM SCORE: 7.5 The front-runners of dark, oddball cinema for more than a quarter of a century. They consistently deliver quotable, surreal & farcical films. Expect sharp dialogue, weird characters and insane plot lines. Love them or hate them, there’s a Coen flick for everyone.