Odeon Cinema Port Talbot

February 9, 2023
26 classic Welsh cinemas you
Alvin plus the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
  • Directed by: Walt Becker
  • Ross Bagdasarian, Janice Karman, Randi Mayem Singer
  • Cast: Jason Lee, Justin Long, Matthew Gray Gubler, Jesse McCartney, Bella Thorne, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Tony Hale

The 3 squeaky-voiced vermin hit the road on an objective to end their particular owner Dave (Lee) from proposing. a passing reference to John Waters' 1972 cult classic Pink Flamingos, which features an infamous excrement-eating scene, highlights the degree to which this film serves virtually similar material on viewer.

Thu 17 Mar
  • Directed by: Steven Spielberg
  • Matt Charman/Ethan Coen
  • Cast: Tom Hanks, Austin Stowell, Alan Alda

1957: whenever an United states spy jet is shot down and its pilot imprisoned, the Us americans arrest gentle Russian spy Rudolf Abel (Rylance), and generate insurance attorney James Donovan (Hanks) to broker a deal. Stately filmmaking high in conventional craft, with a super taut and engaging script; Hanks is dependable as ever before but Rylance shines.

  • Directed by: Todd Haynes
  • Cast: Rooney Mara, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Kyle Chandler

New york, 1952: younger department store clerk and aspiring professional photographer Therese (Mara) satisfies advanced older girl Carol (Blanchett), and seems inexplicably giddy. Achingly breathtaking, slow-burning research of lesbian love and female energy facing adversity, with outstanding activities from Blanchett and Mara. Exceptional filmmaking.

Thu 24 Mar
  • Directed by: Tim Miller
  • Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick
  • Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Gina Carano, Ed Skrein

Cynical crook Wade Wilson (Reynolds) undergoes an experimental process to transform him into a superhero, but emerges since the scarred and revenge-bent Deadpool. The focus on knowing humour is a little obnoxious but it is lots of fun, and Reynolds, together with likeability and swagger, came to be to play the name role.

  • Directed by: Robert Schwentke
  • Cast: Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Zoë Kravitz

Tris (Woodley), Four (James) and friends scale the walls and trek beyond the radioactive wasteland, and then experience the Bureau of Genetic Warfare and its own supervisor (Daniels). Younger stars have trouble with underwritten roles, Woodley in particular, with Tris becoming less interesting with every film. Plodding, humourless and repetitive.

  • Directed by: Peter Sohn
  • Cast: Sounds of Lucas Neff, John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, Bill Hader

Occur a global where the cataclysmic asteroid that destroyed the dinosaurs had really missed Earth and allow them to wander in peace, it is the story of young Arlo (Ochoa), an apatosaurus which gets separated from their household and who teams up with mutt-like person boy place (Bright.) Debut manager Sohn does not very carry it to Pixar's heights but his voice work steals the show in this likeable children's adventure.

Sunlight 20 Mar
  • Directed by: Louis Leterrier
  • Cast: Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Intense, Rebel Wilson, Isla Fisher, Annabelle Wallis, Penélope Cruz, Ian McShane

Soccer hooligan Nobby (Baron Cohen) finds out that his long-lost bro Sebastian (powerful) is a suave cleverness operative: cue crazy hijinks. a poor satirical thread about Tory scaremongering is not enough to get the out-of-date laddish humour while the proven fact that Nobby is one of Baron Cohen's most forgettable characters.

  • Directed by: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
  • Cast: Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Channing Tatum, Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Scarlett Johansson

In this most recent providing through the Coen brothers, Eddie Mannix (Brolin) is an MGM studio professional with a track record of maintaining the performers lined up and stopping any employees from embarrassing the company. A witty and whimsical gang-show featuring an over-qualified cast performing extravagant turns unencumbered by narrative function.

  • Directed by: Christian Ditter
  • Cast: Dakota Johnson, Alison Brie, Leslie Mann, Rebel Wilson

This female-fronted comedy about life and love is placed in New York City. Whenever Alice (Johnson) is up against singledom, Robin (Wilson) shows the woman simple tips to allow her to hair down. The movie uses their friendship, along with the tales of Meg (Mann), just who helps make the choice to get expecting via an anonymous sperm donor, and Lucy (Brie), a woman obsessed with internet dating. In the end, it will leave you wanting more Mann (so hilarious is her performance), though the message of self-love is welcome and well-receieved.

  • Directed by: Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Alessandro Carloni
  • Cast: Jack Ebony, Angelina Jolie, Dustin Hoffman, Lucy Liu, Seth Rogen, Jackie Chan, David Cross, James Hong, Randall Duk Kim, Rebel Wilson, Bryan Cranston, JK Simmons

Whenever Master Shifu (Hoffman) retires, Po (Black) is nonplussed becoming marketed to teacher-trainer; then demon liquid buffalo Kai (Simmons) begins increasing a zombie military and Po is reunited together with his father (Cranston)! Ebony is as lovable as ever, along with the exemplary cast, frantic activity, sight gags, cute baby pandas and spectacular results, it is a pity the script is a bit humdrum.

  • Directed by: Fredrik Bond
  • Cast: Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Aaron Eckhart

When the funeral of a British Prime Minister is attacked by terrorists, secret-service broker Mike Banning (Butler) launches himself to the distinct fire and is regrettably perhaps not killed. Butler does the action-man/asshole schtick in London this time around, aided by the filmmakers dolloping on extra xenophobia, racial stereotypes and right-wing tub-thumping.

  • Directed by: Kyle Balda/Pierre Coffin
  • Brian Lynch
  • Cast: Chris Renaud, Pierre Coffin, Sandra Bullock

Prequel toward Despicable myself films, when the pill-shaped, dungaree-sporting critters connect by themselves to villain Scarlett Overkill (Bullock) and visit London to steal the Crown Jewels. The minions tend to be since sweet as ever nonetheless they seem funnier in assistance, and Bullock's character is one-dimensional.

Sunlight 27 Mar
  • 2015
  • Ireland/Canada
  • 118 min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Lenny Abrahamson
  • Emma Donoghue
  • Cast: Brie Larson, Jacob Tremblay, Sean Bridgers

Joy, generally Ma (Larson), has been held captive in a shed for seven years by a man named Old Nick (Bridgers). Her five-year old child Jack (Tremblay) has not known somewhere else. Their particular trip to freedom is grasping and emotionally fraught, and Tremblay and Larson are great.

Tue 15 Mar
  • Directed by: Tom McCarthy
  • Cast: Rachel McAdams, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton

McCarthy's story of how the Boston Globe's research team unearthed instances of intimate punishment and cover-ups inside the Catholic chapel is up indeed there with all of the President's Men, with a fine cast (Keaton, McAdams, Ruffalo, Tucci) serving a nuanced, complex script: nobody, except the sufferers, is completely blameless. Remarkable.

  • Directed by: Justin Theroux
  • Justin Theroux
  • Cast: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Will Likely Ferrell, Penélope Cruz, Kristen Wiig, Fred Armisen

Derek Zoolander (Stiller) is located in the latest Jersey woods as a 'hermit crab' after the failure of their center for 'kids just who can't read good' therefore the death of his spouse, but he and former competing Hansel (Wilson) are drawn into a story. Chaotic, scattershot, mainly laugh-free sequel to your fondly-remembered 2001 original.

  • Directed by: Byron Howard/Rich Moore/Jared Bush
  • Jared Bush, Phil Johnston
  • Cast: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba
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Source: film.list.co.uk
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