Films

Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood 35mm

8.5 out of 10

Comedy Rick Dalton, one-time star of TV western Bounty Law, becomes convinced that his career is over. (more)

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema, Genesis Cinema

Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood

8.5 out of 10

Comedy Rick Dalton, one-time star of TV western Bounty Law, becomes convinced that his career is over. (more)

For Sama

8.4 out of 10

Documentary During years of conflict in Aleppo, which pits the Syrian government controlled by President Bashar al-Assad against various opposition forces, Waad al-Kateab captures life on the ground with her camera. (more)

Currently showing at the Curzon Soho, Curzon Bloomsbury, The Castle Cinema

Once Upon A Time In The West

8.7 out of 10
Once Upon A Time In The West

Western When her husband and three children are killed by marauding banditos, Jill McBain inherits a strip of land needed by a local railroad company who will stop at nothing to get their hands on it. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

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Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Miss Saigon: The 25th Anniversary Performance

8.1 out of 10

A celebratory performance of Claude-Michel Schonberg, Alain Boublil and Richard Maltby Jr's reworking of the Puccini opera Madame Butterfly, shot in front of a live audience at the Prince Edward Theatre in London's West End in September 2014. (more)

Currently showing at the Vue Piccadilly (Apollo)

Get Out

7.8 out of 10
Get Out

Horror Gifted photographer Chris Washington is nervous about a road trip to meet the parents of his girlfriend Rose. (more)

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema

Apocalypse Now: Final Cut

8.5 out of 10

Action To mark the 40th anniversary of Francis Ford Coppola's Oscar-winning war opus, a previously unseen cut of the picture, restored by the writer-director, opens in selected cinemas in sparkling 4K with immersive state-of-the-art audio. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Honeyland

8.1 out of 10

Documentary An intimate documentary, which spends three years in an isolated region in the Balkans, observing Macedonian wild beekeeper Hatidze Muratova and her mother Nazife. (more)

Currently showing at the ICA Cinema

Raging Bull

8.4 out of 10
Raging Bull

Drama Re-release of Martin Scorsese's loosely biographical picture about heavyweight boxing champion Jake LaMotta. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

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Downton Abbey

7.6 out of 10

Drama Robert Crawley, the Earl of Grantham, and wife Cora are delighted to receive written communication from Buckingham Palace, informing them of the impending arrival of King George V and Queen Mary. (more)

Rambo: Last Blood

7.6 out of 10

Action Former Green Beret John Rambo is finally at peace with his demons, helping good friend Maria Beltran to raise her granddaughter Gabriela. (more)

Downton Abbey (Subtitled)

7.6 out of 10

Drama Robert Crawley, the Earl of Grantham, and wife Cora are delighted to receive written communication from Buckingham Palace, informing them of the impending arrival of King George V and Queen Mary. (more)

Currently showing at the Odeon Luxe Leicester Square, Odeon Wimbledon

A View From The Top

Comedy Donna is a small town girl, and the daughter of an exotic dancer, who fears she may never escape the drudgery of working at the local shopping mall. (more)

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema

Frankenstein (1931 Version) + Dracula + The Monster Squad

Mary Shelley's classic tale of small town prejudice and a scientist with a God complex.

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema

Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer

Drama Re-release of John McNaughton's acclaimed and highly controversial 1986 study of a mass murderer, based on the sickening exploits of American serial killer Henry Lee Lucas. (more)

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema

Hitsville: The Making Of Motown

Documentary Released in the year that Motown Records celebrates its 60th anniversary, this documentary is the first film made with the participation of the label's founder, Berry Gordy. (more)

Joker

Agastya has been researching the existence of extra-terrestrials for years but has never found conclusive proof to make the rest of the scientific establishment sit up and take note. (more)

Judy

Drama In 1969, Judy Garland faces a fierce battle for her children and she hopes to boost her dwindling finances with a five-week run of shows at The Talk Of The Town nightclub in London run by Bernard Delfont. (more)

NT Live Encore Screening: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Drama Feuding fairies wreak havoc on mismatched lovers in director Nicholas Hytner's immersive promenade staging of Shakespeare's forest fantasy, which was recorded live on the stage of the Bridge Theatre in London. (more)

NT Live Encore Screening: Fleabag

Comedy Phoebe Waller-Bridge revives her 2013 stage monologue for 30 performances at Wyndham's Theatre in London. (more)

The Lion King

The Lion King

Elderly lion Scar plots to usurp his brother, King Mufasa, from the throne, only to find his route blocked by new born cub Simba. (more)

The Terminator 35mm

SciFi An android killing machine from the future known as The Terminator is sent back in time to kill Sarah Connor, the woman who will give birth to resistance leader John Connor. (more)

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema

Zodiac 35mm

Thriller In the sweltering summer of 1969, the Bay Area of San Francisco shuddered with fear at the mention of Zodiac, the nickname of the serial killer attacking its residents. (more)

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema

Gemini Man: The IMAX Experience

Action Former marine turned sniper Henry Brogan is contracted by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to carry out hits on foreign targets that pose a threat to the American people. (more)

Joker: The IMAX Experience

Drama Arthur Fleck is a clown by day and an aspiring stand-up comedian by night, who is repeatedly discarded by uncaring denizens of Gotham City. (more)

Pain & Glory

7.8 out of 10

Drama Film director Salvador Mallo is in terrible pain with his back so he pops pills to get through the day, a shadow of his former self. (more)

Judy (Subtitled)

Drama In 1969, Judy Garland faces a fierce battle for her children and she hopes to boost her dwindling finances with a five-week run of shows at The Talk Of The Town nightclub in London run by Bernard Delfont. (more)

Ad Astra

7.4 out of 10

SciFi Sixteen years ago, Clifford McBride ventured into the unknown with Project Lima to prove the existence of alien life. (more)

Farming

Drama In 1960s Tilbury in Essex, a six-week-old baby is placed into temporary foster care and surrogate mother Ingrid takes charge of the infant. (more)

Gauguin From The National Gallery

Documentary The first exhibition devoted to the portraits of French artist Paul Gauguin opened on October 7 at the National Gallery in London and comprises around 50 works from public and private collections including paintings, three-dimensional objects in a variety of media and works on paper. (more)

The Captain

7.4 out of 10

Drama German army deserter Willi Herold goes on the run for his life. (more)

Joker (Subtitled)

Drama Arthur Fleck is a clown by day and an aspiring stand-up comedian by night, who is repeatedly discarded by uncaring denizens of Gotham City. (more)

The Climbers

Drama

Currently showing at the Odeon Luxe Haymarket

Ad Astra (Subtitled)

7.4 out of 10

SciFi Sixteen years ago, Clifford McBride ventured into the unknown with Project Lima to prove the existence of alien life. (more)

Aguirre, Wrath Of God (Aguirre, Der Zorn Gottes)

8 out of 10
Aguirre, Wrath Of God (Aguirre, Der Zorn Gottes)

Re-release of Herzog's powerful 1976 drama. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

The Creatress

Comedy Bestselling author Eryn Bellow is on the crest of a wave of publicity coordinated by her agent Carrie. (more)

Currently showing at the Vue Piccadilly (Apollo)

Cleo From 5 To 7 (Cleo De 5 A 7)

7.9 out of 10
Cleo From 5 To 7 (Cleo De 5 A 7)

Drama Young chanteuse Cleo owns a swanky apartment in Paris, where she lounges about while a maid attempts to put her life in order. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

I, Daniel Blake

7.9 out of 10
I, Daniel Blake

Drama Fifty-nine year-old joiner Daniel has recently suffered a heart attack and his doctor has signed him off work. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Rebel Without A Cause

7.9 out of 10
Rebel Without A Cause

Drama Re-release of Nicholas Ray's seminal 1955 portrait of teenage angst. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Bait

7.5 out of 10

Drama Fisherman Martin is at odds with his brother Steven, who has taken charge of the family's boat The Buccaneer to conduct tourist cruises in their tiny Cornish harbour village. (more)

Beanpole

Drama

Currently showing at the ICA Cinema

Currently showing at the ICA Cinema, Olympic Studios

Toy Story 4

9 out of 10

Comedy Woody, Buzz and the gang are now the property of a little girl called Bonnie, who is nervously preparing for kindergarten orientation. (more)

The Third Man + Q&A

8.1 out of 10

A failed novelist arrives in Vienna to meet a good chum, only to find the poor chap dead as a doornail and being accused of all sorts of nastiness. (more)

Currently showing at the Curzon Victoria, Curzon Aldgate, Curzon Richmond

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

The Last Of The Mohicans

7.7 out of 10
The Last Of The Mohicans

Drama Period romance about the perilous affair of a British woman and a half-Indian warrior.

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Funny Girl

7.6 out of 10
Funny Girl

Oscar-winning story of comedienne Fanny Brice, who escaped her life as the daughter of a Jewish saloon owner in the slums of the Lower East Side of New York, to become one of the star performers at Ziegfield Follies. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the Prince Charles Cinema

Currently showing at the Regent Street Cinema

Dove Bisogna Stare

Documentary

Currently showing at the Regent Street Cinema

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Bicycle Thieves (Ladri Di Biciclette)

Bicycle Thieves (Ladri Di Biciclette)

Unemployed father Ricci searches for work so he can provide for his wife Maria and young son, Bruno. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

The General (1926 Film) + Introduction

Comedy Re-release of the 1927 Civil War classic about a locomotive driver called Johnnie on the trail of Union soldiers who have stolen his beloved engine. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

This Sporting Life

Drama Brutish miner Frank Machin can barely contain his resentment towards the local rugby team, who are treated like heroes by the residents of Wakefield. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Journey To Italy (Viaggio In Italia)

7.5 out of 10
Journey To Italy (Viaggio In Italia)

Katherine Joyce inherits a property in Naples from a distant uncle and she ventures to Italy with her husband Alexander. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

The Souvenir

6.9 out of 10

Drama

Currently showing at the Curzon Soho, ICA Cinema, Curzon Bloomsbury

Non-Fiction

6.7 out of 10

Comedy

Currently showing at the Curzon Soho, Curzon Bloomsbury

American Woman

Drama Debra Callahan lives in Pennsylvania with her teenage daughter Bridget, who has an infant son called Jesse. (more)

Currently showing at the Curzon Bloomsbury

NT Live: Fleabag

Comedy Phoebe Waller-Bridge revives her 2013 stage monologue for 30 performances at Wyndham's Theatre in London. (more)

One Child Nation

Documentary In 1980 under the leadership of chairman Hua Guofeng, China introduced the controversial one child policy: an extreme form of population control which restricted couples to having just one offspring. (more)

Currently showing at the Curzon Bloomsbury

Your Turn

Documentary

Currently showing at the Curzon Bloomsbury

Currently showing at the Odeon BFI IMAX

The King

Documentary Emmy award-winning documentary film-maker Eugene Jarecki draws striking parallels between the career of Elvis Presley and the precarious state of America following the Great Depression. (more)

Currently showing at the Curzon Victoria

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

7.1 out of 10
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Comedy Gold digger Lorelei (Marilyn Monroe) and her sidekick Dorothy (Jane Russell) set out to prove that diamonds are indeed a girl's best friend.

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank, Bromley Picturehouse

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Loulou

6.9 out of 10
Loulou

Drama When his flirtatious girlfriend Nelly lavishes her attention on oddball Loulou, hot-headed businessman Andre flies into a jealous rage and consequently drives his partner away for good. (more)

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

Currently showing at the The Cinema Museum

Currently showing at the The Cinema Museum

Gemini Man (Subtitled)

Action Former marine turned sniper Henry Brogan is contracted by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to carry out hits on foreign targets that pose a threat to the American people. (more)

Judy (Autism Friendly Screening)

Drama In 1969, Judy Garland faces a fierce battle for her children and she hopes to boost her dwindling finances with a five-week run of shows at The Talk Of The Town nightclub in London run by Bernard Delfont. (more)

Currently showing at the Barbican Cinemas 2 & 3

General Magic + Q&A

Documentary

Currently showing at the Everyman King's Cross

Joker (Parent And Baby Screening)

Drama Arthur Fleck is a clown by day and an aspiring stand-up comedian by night, who is repeatedly discarded by uncaring denizens of Gotham City. (more)

Currently showing at the Everyman King's Cross

Fame

6.4 out of 10

Musical

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

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Angel Has Fallen

Action Secret Service agent Mike Banning joins US President Allan Trumbull, who has abandoned the corridors of power in Washington DC for the peace and quiet of a fishing excursion. (more)

Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw

Action Former British Special Forces operative turned mercenary-for-hire Deckard Shaw answers a call from his mother to assist his little sister Hattie. (more)

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Action Peter Parker struggles to deal with the immense personal loss of mankind's battle against Thanos. (more)

The Angry Birds Movie 2

Comedy Residents of Bird Island and Pig Island are locked in a war of attrition and pranks. (more)

Currently showing at the Backyard Cinema

Judy (Parent And Baby Screening)

Drama In 1969, Judy Garland faces a fierce battle for her children and she hopes to boost her dwindling finances with a five-week run of shows at The Talk Of The Town nightclub in London run by Bernard Delfont. (more)

Moulin Rouge

7.6 out of 10
Moulin Rouge

Musical Musical love story set amidst the glamour and decadence of Paris's infamous nightclub. (more)

Currently showing at the Backyard Cinema

A Beautiful Planet: An IMAX 3D Experience

Narrated by Jennifer Lawrence, this portrait of Earth from a distance has been made in cooperation with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which includes footage of the planet captured by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS). (more)

Currently showing at the Science Museum IMAX Theatre

Deep Sea 3D

Deep Sea 3D

Documentary Venture deep beneath the ocean waves with the latest spectacular IMAX documentary, narrated by Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, with music by Danny Elfman. (more)

Currently showing at the Science Museum IMAX Theatre

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Dirty Dancing

6 out of 10
Dirty Dancing

Romance Two decades after Patrick Swayze's hip-swivelling hero uttered the immortal line "Nobody puts Baby in a corner", the feelgood musical returns to the big screen, revolving around the the prim and proper Frances 'Baby' Houseman, who goes to summer camp with her parents and promptly falls in love with her dance instructor, Johnny Castle.

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

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Tehran: City Of Love + Q&A

Comedy A triptych of bittersweet stories about love and loss in present-day Iran. (more)

Currently showing at the Cine Lumiere

Yentl

5.8 out of 10

Drama

Currently showing at the BFI Southbank

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Sleep Has Her House

7.7 out of 10

Documentary

Currently showing at the Close-Up Film Centre

Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets

7.2 out of 10

Family Harry and best pals Ron and Hermione return to Hogwarts for their second term, under the auspices of sage old Professor Dumbledore. (more)

Currently showing at the Backyard Cinema

The Mustang

6.9 out of 10

Drama

Currently showing at the Vue Islington

Currently showing at the Union Chapel

Rocketman

7.1 out of 10

Drama Reg grows up in Pinner with his mother Sheila Eileen and grandmother Ivy. (more)

Currently showing at the Backyard Cinema

Currently showing at the Close-Up Film Centre

Currently showing at the Close-Up Film Centre

Chhichhore

8.7 out of 10

Comedy In 1992, Annirudh forms a close bond with fellow college students Acid, Bevda, Derek, Mummy, Raggie and Sexa. (more)

NT Live Encore Screening: One Man, Two Guvnors

Comedy A recording of a live performance of Nicholas Hytner's award-winning 2011 staging of Richard Bean's rollicking romp. (more)

The Metropolitan Opera Live Encore Screening: Turandot

Paolo Carignani conducts Puccini's impassioned love story, recorded live on the stage of the Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts in New York, which is perhaps best known for the aria "Nessun Dorma" taken from the stirring final act. (more)

Currently showing at the Close-Up Film Centre

Dream Girl

7.8 out of 10

Comedy Lokesh is a born entertainer, who often takes the women's role in plays to the dismay and embarrassment of his debt-ridden father. (more)

The Day Shall Come (Parent And Baby Screening)

Comedy Miami-based preacher Moses Al Shabaz presides over the ramshackle Star Of Six community farm and mission. (more)

Currently showing at the Everyman Belsize Park, Rio

Yesterday

7.7 out of 10

Comedy Struggling singer-songwriter Jack Malik is barely one step down the long and winding road to success with his childhood friend and manager, Ellie. (more)

Currently showing at the Rio, Empire Walthamstow, Empire Sutton

Abominable (Parent And Baby Screening)

Drama Resourceful teenager Yi intends to honour the memory of her recently deceased father by visiting his favourite locations around China. (more)

Inside My Heart + Q&A

Documentary

Currently showing at the Sands Films

Only You

Drama

Currently showing at the Whirled Cinema

Under The Knife

Documentary

Currently showing at the Whirled Cinema, The Castle Cinema

Pavarotti

7.7 out of 10

Documentary Born and raised in Modena in northern Italy, Luciano Pavarotti acquired his love of music from his father Fernando. (more)

Currently showing at the JW3 Cinema

Currently showing at the Genesis Cinema

What Is Democracy?

6.6 out of 10

Documentary

Currently showing at the Whitechapel Gallery

Moby Dick

7.4 out of 10

Action

Currently showing at the The Lord Palmerston

Hustlers (Parent And Baby Screening)

6.6 out of 10

Comedy Veteran stripper Ramona Vega takes inexperienced Destiny under her wing in 2007 New York, encouraging the newcomer to embrace her sensuality to part male punters from their dollar bills. (more)

Currently showing at the Curzon Aldgate

Currently showing at the JW3 Cinema

Midnight Cowboy

Midnight Cowboy

Drama Gritty look at life on the streets of New York for a hustler and a con man whom he befriends.

Currently showing at the JW3 Cinema

The Last Tree (Subtitled)

Drama Eleven-year-old Femi is raised by foster mother Mary in rural Lincolnshire, surrounded by colour-blind friends at school who help him to forget the neglect of the past. (more)

Currently showing at the Kiln Cinema

Masha And The Bear On The Big Screen

Kids A compilation of seven fun-filled episodes of Russian animated TV series Masha And The Bear including Christmas Carol, A Ghost Story, Fishy Story, Monkey Business, God Save The Queen, All The World's A Stage and Around The World In One Day in which the Bear panics when a last-minute accident throws his travel arrangements into jeopardy. (more)

Gemini Man (Parent And Baby Screening)

Action Former marine turned sniper Henry Brogan is contracted by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to carry out hits on foreign targets that pose a threat to the American people. (more)

Currently showing at the Peckhamplex

Currently showing at the Hackney Picturehouse

Don't Let Go

Thriller Los Angeles police detective Jack Radcliff finds his brother Garret, sister-in-law Susan, niece Ashley and the family's dog Wilco shot dead in the family home. (more)

The Kitchen

5.2 out of 10

Drama Jimmy Brennan, Kevin O'Carroll and Rob Walsh operate on the wrong side of the law in 1978 Hell's Kitchen as members of the Irish mob. (more)

Currently showing at the Genesis Cinema

The Art Of Racing In The Rain

6.9 out of 10

Comedy Golden retriever Enzo is plucked from his litter by racing car driver Denny Swift, who excels on the track. (more)

Casper

5.5 out of 10

Kids Special effects-laden adventure with the friendly but lonely ghost.

Currently showing at the Colours

Royal Opera Live: Don Giovanni

Kasper Holten directs Mozart's tragicomedy about a Spanish nobleman, who gallivants through Europe seducing women in the company of his long-suffering servant Leporello. (more)

Currently showing at the East Dulwich Picturehouse

The Last Tree (Parent And Baby Screening)

Drama Eleven-year-old Femi is raised by foster mother Mary in rural Lincolnshire, surrounded by colour-blind friends at school who help him to forget the neglect of the past. (more)

Currently showing at the The Castle Cinema

The Old Dark House

7.3 out of 10
The Old Dark House

Thriller A fierce storm forces Philip Waverton, his wife Margaret and their friend Roger Penderel to seek temporary refuge at a remote country house. (more)

Currently showing at the East Dulwich Picturehouse

UglyDolls

4.7 out of 10

Musical Misshapen and malformed dolls from a toy factory production line are diverted down a chute to the cardboard box ghetto of Uglyville. (more)

Hustlers (Subtitled)

6.6 out of 10

Comedy Veteran stripper Ramona Vega takes inexperienced Destiny under her wing in 2007 New York, encouraging the newcomer to embrace her sensuality to part male punters from their dollar bills. (more)

Currently showing at the Peckhamplex, Odeon Uxbridge

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold

4.6 out of 10

Action Dora is sent to live with her cousin Diego in Los Angeles while her explorer parents Cole and Elena search for the lost city of Parapata in Peru. (more)

Currently showing at the Genesis Cinema

The Shawshank Redemption

9.2 out of 10
The Shawshank Redemption

Drama Tenth anniversary re-release of Frank Darabont's masterful adaptation of the Stephen King short story Rita Hayworth And Shawshank Redemption, which is routinely voted one of the top ten films of all time in public polls. (more)

Currently showing at the Everyman Crystal Palace

Campaign

Documentary

Currently showing at the Deptford Cinema

Abominable (Subtitled)

Drama Resourceful teenager Yi intends to honour the memory of her recently deceased father by visiting his favourite locations around China. (more)

Currently showing at the Odeon Streatham, Odeon Wimbledon

Currently showing at the Phoenix Cinema

Island + Q&A

7 out of 10

Documentary Filmed over the course of 12 months on the Isle Of Wight, Island is a moving meditation on dying, which was granted intimate access to the final moments of four individuals as they prepare to say goodbye to the people they love. (more)

Currently showing at the Deptford Cinema

Currently showing at the Exhibit Bar & Restaurant

Currently showing at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre

The Third Man

8.5 out of 10
The Third Man

Thriller A failed novelist arrives in Vienna to meet a good chum, only to find the poor chap dead as a doornail and being accused of all sorts of nastiness. (more)

Currently showing at the HMV Curzon Cinema

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The Farewell (Parent And Baby Screening)

Comedy Billi Wang is in New York, pursuing her dream of being a writer, when she receives devastating news from her parents Haiyan and Jian. (more)

Currently showing at the Catford Mews Cinema

L.O.L. Surprise! On The Big Screen

Musical An hour-long compilation of entertainment based on L. (more)

Currently showing at the Vue North Finchley

Currently showing at the Everyman Crystal Palace

The Zoya Factor

4.1 out of 10

Comedy Nikhil Khoda is the captain of the Indian cricket team and he incites his players to train hard for a World Cup tournament on home soil. (more)

Ad Astra (Parent And Baby Screening)

7 out of 10

SciFi Thirty years ago, Clifford McBride ventured into the unknown with Project Lima to prove the existence of alien life. (more)

Currently showing at the Watermans

Once Upon A Time

Drama The goddess Bai Qian, who harks from the Heavenly Realms, must prove herself worthy of the title of High Goddess by undertaking a trial in the mortal world. (more)

Currently showing at the Odeon Richmond

The Art Of Racing In The Rain (Subtitled)

6.9 out of 10

Comedy Golden retriever Enzo is plucked from his litter by racing car driver Denny Swift, who excels on the track. (more)

Currently showing at the Odeon Beckenham

Annem

Drama

Currently showing at the Odeon Lee Valley

Aruvam

Comedy

Currently showing at the Cineworld Ilford, Cineworld Feltham

Currently showing at the Cineworld Ilford

Petromax

Comedy

Currently showing at the Cineworld Ilford, Cineworld Feltham

Tara Mira

Drama Sulakhan Singh is a proud and outspoken member of the Jat people in Ludhiana, who wants to exile Biharis. (more)

Currently showing at the Cineworld Ilford, Cineworld Feltham

Mrs Lowry & Son

7.7 out of 10

Drama LS Lowry works as a rent collector in 1920s Salford, where he closely observes the ebb and flow of daily life. (more)

Currently showing at the David Lean Cinema

Currently showing at the Empire Sutton

Hail Satan?

6.7 out of 10

Documentary

Currently showing at the David Lean Cinema

Ghostbusters (1984 Film)

5.3 out of 10
Ghostbusters (1984 Film)

University parapsychologists Dr Peter Venkman, Dr Raymond Stantz and Dr Egon Spengler lose their research grant and decide to open their own business, Ghostbusters, containing the spooks and spectres that call Manhattan home. (more)

Currently showing at the Odeon Richmond

Blinded By The Light (Parent And Baby Screening)

6.1 out of 10

Comedy Sixteen-year-old Javed enters sixth form with a mounting sense of dread. (more)

Currently showing at the David Lean Cinema

Currently showing at the Cineworld Feltham