Popcorn, Nachos & A Good Movie! What’s On Brighton’s Screens!

What better way to escape the apparently endless rain than by searching shelter in the cozy seats of a cinema? Going through the cinema listings in town to find the movie you really want to see can be nerve-wracking, so we have done the work for you. Here is our selection of what’s playing on Brighton’s screens at the moment.

Drive or die!

If you are an action fan, this is the movie for you. Baby Driver will take you right into the car of a young getaway driver, trying to escape his life as a criminal and get away with the girl of his life. When his boss asks him to do one last job, Baby sees himself on the verge of losing everything. An action-fuelled chase begins for the young driver who is renowned for being the best in the business.

Starring Ansel Elgort, Lily James and Jamie Foxx. 113 minutes. Action/Comedy.

Baby Driver is playing at the Odeon, the Duke’s At Komedia and Cineworld Cinema in the marina.

Last chance to see!

We have already seen three breathtaking The Mummy movies starring Brendan Fraser fighting against the undead that had only gotten meaner. In this latest release, his place is taken by Tom Cruise who will have to save mankind from the threatening revenge of ancient Egyptian Princess Ahmanet.

Starring Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Russell Crowe. 110 minutes. Action/Adventure.

The Mummy (2017) is playing at the Odeon, the Duke’s At Komedia and Cineworld Cinema in the marina.

A female hero in action kicking a**!

When the Great War comes to the isolated island where the people of the Amazons live, princess Diana is ready to jump to the sides of American pilot Steve to fight for the end of the war. In the horrors of the war, she will more and more discover her Wonder Woman powers.

Starring Gal Gadot, Robin Wright and Chris Pine. 141 minutes. Action/Adventure.

Wonder Woman is playing at the Odeon, the Duke’s At Komedia and Cineworld Cinema in the marina.

Love comes unexpected!

Being a widow, the last thing Emily Waters expects when she calls the police to save a man from being attacked by thugs on nearby Hampstead Heath is to get involved into the stranger’s fight against ruthless property developers who want to chase him from the grounds. But even less to fall in love with him…

Starring Diane Keaton, Brendan Gleeson and Lesley Manville. 103 minutes. Drama.

Hampstead is playing at the Odeon, the Duke of York’s and Cineworld Cinema in the marina.

A dark romance!

Intrigued by the sudden death of his former guardian, Englishman Philip sets off to confront his mysterious cousin, the widow of his now-deceased guardian. Could she have been involved in his death? But as soon as he faces her, he starts to fall under her spell.

Starring Rachel Weisz, Sam Claflin and Holliday Grainger. 106 minutes. Drama.

My Cousin Rachel is playing at the Duke of York’s and the Odeon.

They are back! This time with a twin brother!

Successful, handsome and charming. Gru’s long-lost brother Dru shows up on his bald twin’s doorstep to convince him to pay tribute to the family’s legacy of being supervillains one last time. Will Gru be strong enough to stick to his intention to leave that part of his life behind, once and for all?

With the voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig and Trey Parker. 90 minutes. Animated.

Despicable Me 3 will be playing at  Odeon, the Duke’s of Komedia and Cineworld Cinema in the marina.


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