Monday August 10, 2020

Dark nights bring brighter viewings

In August, the only people who want to talk about Christmas are turkey farmers and cinema owners. This year has seen a dramatic recovery in cinema attendance, with film-goers lured back by a succession of quality titles and well-received summer block

21st August, 2015
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Daniel Craig returns for the fourth time as Bond in SPECTRE.

Ricki and the Flash (Sony)

Director Jonathan Demme and screenwriter Diablo Cody recruit Meryl Streep and her real-life daughter Mamie Gummer for this live musical about a rock and roll guitarist, played by Streep, who returns to her small hometown after a lifetime on the road to face her troubled family past. (September 4)

Dope (Sony)

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