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Opening on Friday 06 Dec 2013
From the directors who brought us the first Israeli horror film, Rabies, comes a tense revenge thriller.
Festive musical directed by Kasi Lemmons about Langston (Jacob Latimore), a Baltimore teen trying to find out why his single mother doesn’t speak to his grandparents after he is sent to live with them in New York over Christmas.
Animated Disney comedy/musical, loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson's The Snow Queen, starring Kristen Bell as a princess searching for her older sister (Idina Menzel), who has lost control of
her magical powers and cursed their kingdom with eternal winter.
Thriller starring Ethan Hawke as an ex-racing car driver forced to steal a car and perform a series of high-speed tasks when his wife is kidnapped by a mysterious villain.
Stephen John Anderson,
Thriller, written by Sylvester Stallone, starring Jason Statham as a former DEA agent who runs into trouble with local lowlifes when he relocates to a Louisiana bayou with his young daughter. Also starring: James Franco, Winona Ryder, Kate Bosworth.
Drama, based on a true story, starring Daniel Radcliffe as pre-fame Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, who finds his voice while at university thanks to his association with dangerously charismatic student Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan) and fellow future Beats Kerouac (Jack Huston) and Burroughs (Ben Foster).
Omar Benson Miller
Danish gross-out comedy, based on a popular TV show, starring Frank Hvam as a hapless 40-something who kidnaps his pregnant girlfriend's nephew and takes him on a sex-seeking holiday with his best friend (Casper Christensen) in order to prove he won't be a useless father.
Michael C. Hall,
Jennifer Jason Leigh,
Drama directed by Alexander Payne, starring Bruce Dern as an aging grumpy and forgetful ex-boozer who travels from Billings, Montana to Lincoln, Nebraska with his adult son (Will Forte) because he believes he's won a million dollars.
Marcuz Jess Peterson,
Remake of Park Chan-wook's 2003 thriller, directed by Spike Lee and starring Josh Brolin as a man who becomes obsessed with revenge after he's kidnapped and held in solitary confinement for 20 years, seemingly without reason.
Mary Louise Wilson,
British comedy adapted from the play by Rachel Hirons, starring Sheridan Smith as an insecure young woman trying to keep two groups of friends separate during a girls' night out.
Samuel L. Jackson,
Contemporary documentary that trips into the world of skateboarding in the German Democratic Republic to tell a coming-of-age story about three sport-loving teenagers and their lust for life.