12th May 2018: PADDINGTON 2 (PG)
Steeple Ashton Village Hall
7.30pm (doors open at 7pm for refreshments)
Winner of numerous awards and receiving virtually all 5* viewer reviews, a film full of charm and just as good as the first! This is one of the many reviews, and says it all!
“I was an unexpected fan of the first Paddington movie. I did not watch it in the cinema but purchased the DVD expecting not to enjoy it, but I was definitely proven wrong! When I heard that a sequel was coming, I was extremely excited and hoped it would retain the enchanting magic of the first, and it definitely did, with whipped cream, sprinkles and a cherry on top! This movie invoked the child within me and was just a perfect viewing experience! The casting was genius, absolutely superb, featuring many well known British actors, in roles big and small. It was like a gathering of all the best of British, all having the best time together. Hugh Grant was pure brilliance! (P.S. Watch the credits all the way through for Hugh camping it up to the max!).
The imagination that went into this movie, and the skill that managed to put this across to the audience, was second to none! You will find yourself being absorbed into this world and will not want to leave. This movie is where fantasy and reality meet so perfectly. The theme of good versus evil reigned supreme throughout the movie, together with love conquers all and community spirit! I cannot recommend this movie highly enough. Watch it on your own, with your partner or with your family, with your neighbours, you won’t be disappointed! A perfect film in every manner, suitable for all the family, from a newborn, to young adults to 80 years and beyond!”
Directed by Paul King, it has a huge cast of the best of British actors including, Ben Wishaw, Hugh Grant, Hugh Bonneville, Michael Gambon, Imelda Staunton, Julie Walters, Ben Miller, Jim Broadbent and many more. You will be charmed and delighted by this film.
2nd JUNE: DARKEST HOUR (PG):
Gary Oldman’s Oscar-winning portrayal of Churchill in the crucial days of 1940.
We have been asked to remind our audience that we are required to ensure that the film we are showing is suitable for all members of our audience. We, therefore, ask that our audience check the film’s certification before bringing any younger members to our showings. Thank you.
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Tickets £6 available at the Steeple Ashton Village Shop or can be reserved by ringing Alison Wilson on 01380 871345