27 April 2011

LOVE IT?
The Kings Speech: Royal Wedding Special (12A)

3.45pm
Documenting the incredible but little-known friendship between King George VI (Colin Firth) and the speech therapist who cured him of a debilitating stammer (Geoffrey Rush), Tom Hooper's film is at once an odd-couple comedy, an affectionate biopic and a stirring period piece illuminating a turbulent era of British history. 

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HATE IT?
Culture Shock presents... Bride of Frankenstein (PG)

6.30pm
Better than the original and the greatest of Universal Studios’ ?lms of the 1930s, Dr Frankenstein is forced by the dangerously eccentric Dr Pretorius to return to the laboratory and create a bride (Elsa Lanchester, the then wife of Charles Laughton). This is a superb black comedy in which Karloff returns to the sympathetic monster role that made him a star, chased through the countryside, befriending a blind musician and learning to speak. 

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DON'T CARE
Adele Blanc-Sec (12A)

1.00pm and 6.20pm

How I Ended This Summer (12A)
3.20pm and 8.50pm 

Little White Lies (15)
8.30pm

Pina 3D (12A)
1.20pm, 3.40pm and 8.40pm 

Submarine (15)
6.20pm

TT: Closer to the Edge (15)
1.30pm

Thor 3D (12A)
12.50pm, 3.30pm, 6.10pm and 9.00pm