Enn (Alex Sharp) is a shy suburban London teenager in 1977, sneaking out with his best friends to after-hours punk parties. One night they stumble upon a bizarre gathering of teenagers who seem like they are from another planet. In fact, they are from another planet, visiting Earth to complete a mysterious rite of passage. That doesn’t stop Enn from falling madly in love with Zan (Elle Fanning), a beautiful and rebellious alien teenager who, despite her allegiance to her strange colony, is fascinated by Enn. Together they embark on a delirious adventure through the kinetic punk rock world of 1970s London, inadvertently setting off a series of events that will lead to the ultimate showdown of punks vs. aliens and test the limits of how far each of them will go for true love. Here’s a clip.
Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades deep within a dark and dangerous criminal underworld, Han Solo befriends his mighty future copilot Chewbacca and meets the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.
The newest incredible animation from Cartoon Saloon (Secret of Kells, Song of the Sea) – the Oscar-nominated THE BREADWINNER, which will be released in UK cinemas on May 25th following its UK premiere at the London Film festival last year. Exec produced by Angelina Jolie, the film is directed by Cartoon Saloon’s Nora Twomey and based on the bestselling book by Deborah Ellis, about an Afghan girl who has to provide for her family after the unjust imprisonment of her father by the Taliban.
Comedy superstars Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, The Trip) and Paul Rudd (I Love You, Man, Ant-Man) star as a bickering couple who have to deal with a serious reality check in the hilarious Ideal Home, available in cinemas and on Digital HD from 6th July 2018, courtesy of Signature Entertainment.
Elle tackles the subject of the arts disappearing from the education system and at only 19, the director’s filmography is very impressive. Director Florence Winter Hill may only be 19, but she is already making waves in the film world. This must see film was created by a young crew and shares a world where arts subjects are being neglected in the education system. Elle stars Isabelle Allen (Les Miserables) and Byrony Afferson (House of Anubis).
The people of Iolph are known for two things: their youthful longevity and peaceful lives weaving tapestry. When that is disturbed and their home thrown into chaos by those believing that their blood gifts longer life, Maquia loses not only her friends, but a place to return to. Lost in both mind and body, she stumbles into a dark forest and happens upon Aliel, an orphaned baby boy. Together, the two embark on an emotional journey of the bond between the ageless and the mortal.
A man wakes up on a bench without any idea who or where he is until he is shot by four masked assassins. The man wakes up on the same bench thinking his death was a dream until the assassins re-appear and kill him again. Stuck in a hellish loop, he tries to unravel the mystery and with each death he gets closer to the truth.
DEADPOOL 2 arrived in UK cinemas this week and in a new interview with the leather clad anti-hero, we learn about the eventful Deadpool journey from inception through to the “expansive two movie universe” it’s become.
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