Welcome to this week's round-up of unmissable movies at Cineworld. Out this week: the big screen debut of those loveably chaotic Minions, a quirky Western starring man of the moment Michael Fassbender, a creepy Keanu Reeves thriller and much more.
Scroll down to discover what's on. We'll see you at the movies!
What's the story? Gru's loveably hapless helpers finally get their own spin-off movie!
Since they first appeared in the smash-hit Despicable Me movies, the Minions have become some of the most popular animated characters of all time with their loveable nonsense language and fondness for chaos. Now they finally get a movie all to themselves. Banana!
Promising all the huge laughs we expect from the hapless Minions, this eagerly awaited origin story explores the history of the characters and the masters they've served across the ages, from the Ancient Egyptians to Dracula and Napoleon. Fast forward to the psychedelic 1960s and the Minions find a new master: female supervillain Scarlet Overkill (voiced by Gravity megastar Sandra Bullock), who is planning to steal Queen Elizabeth II's Crown Jewels.
What's the story? An epic Western adventure starring Michael Fassbender and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
The year is 1870. Young Scottish aristocrat Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is besotted with Rose (Caren Pistorius). However, she has recently ventured overseas to America with her father. Determined to win her heart, Jay travels to America in pursuit.
Arriving in Colorado, he runs into drifter Silas Selleck (Michael Fassbender), with whom Jay teams up to discover Rose's whereabouts. However, unbeknownst to Jay, Silas is out to collect a bounty on Rose's head. Dynamic, mercurial Oscar nominee Fassbender, acclaimed for the likes of 12 Years a Slave, Shame and last year's offbeat comedy Frank, heads up this visually breathtaking western, one that mixes pistol-toting action with quirky humour to unique effect.
What's the story? Keanu Reeves opens the door to the wrong women in Eli Roth's chilling horror.
Evan Webber (Keanu Reeves) is happily married with two lovely kids. Everything about his life seems normal, until one day his family decide to go to the beach, though because Evan has to work, he stays at home.
One rainy night, Evan finds himself alone in the house when there's a knock at the door. He answers it and meets two young girls (Ana De Armas and Lorenza Izzo) who ask if they can come in, dry off and use his phone. But once inside, he soon comes to regret it as his life turns upside down...
Hostel and Cabin Fever director Eli Roth presents this nerve-shredding horror. Click here to book your tickets for Knock Knock.
What's the story? Impossibly attractive thirty-somethings discuss all things sex, relationships and parenthood.
Alex, Emily, and their son, RJ, have recently moved to Los Angeles's Eastside from Seattle. Feeling lost in a new city, they are desperate to find their first new friends.
After a chance meeting with Kurt at the neighborhood park, they gladly agree to join family pizza night at his home. But as it gets later and the kids go to bed, the family "playdate" becomes increasingly more revealing as the couples begin to open up.
Writer/director Patrick Brice's second feature is a painfully funny take on thirtysomething sexual frustration and parenthood, featuring memorable lead performances by Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling, Jason Schwartzman, and Judith GodrAche.
Take That Live 2015
What's the story? Watch one of the world's biggest bands broadcast live from the O2 on Sunday 28th June.
For 25 years, Take That have been one of the world's most successful bands. And to celebrate their quarter century anniversary, band members Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald have embarked on their biggest tour yet.
Now, from the comfort of your local Cineworld, you'll be able to experience the full splendour of Take That on tour as we broadcast their concert live from the O2 on Sunday 28th June. Captured in stunning HD and broadcast in immersive surround sound, there's no better way of seeing this most beloved of bands rattle through their amazing back catalogue.
What's the story? The first of its kind: a fantasy film straight from the heart of Punjab, India.
Jaggi (Diljit Dosanjh) discovers that not only can he connect to human beings, but he can also connect to beings from another realm. The spirits he talks to are absolutely harmless and ridiculously funny. Jaggi starts helping them to solve their problems, using his power for the greater good. A one-of-a-kind fantasy film straight from the heart of Punjab, India.
Genre: Event cinema
What's the story? Justina Gringyte stars in the first revival of Calixo Bieito's acclaimed production of Bizet's fiery opera.
Justina Gringyte stars in the first revival of Calixto Bieito's acclaimed production of Bizet's fiery opera, broadcast live in stunning HD.
Young solider Jose is so entranced by sultry gypsy temptress Carmen (Justina Gringyte) that he deserts the army. But Carmen subsequently falls for glamorous, dashing toreador Escamillo.
Arguably the world's most popular opera, Bizet's red-blooded depiction of lust and tragedy scandalised early audiences. First staged at the London Coliseum in 2012, Catalan director Calixto Bieito's fresh, bold and hugely acclaimed production updates the setting to the dying days of Franco's Spain.
Lauda: The Untold Story
and live Q&A
What's the story? Hannes M. Schalle's engrossing documentary exploring the aftermath of F1 racer Niki Lauda's horrific 1976 crash, followed by live Q&A.
Niki Lauda is a three-time F1 World Champion, having won the trophy in 1975, 1977 and 1984, and is currently the only champion to have driven for both Ferrari and McLaren. However, his career was almost ended in 1976 when his car was involved in a horrific crash at Germany's Nurburgring.
Hannes M. Schalle's engrossing documentary explores the aftermath of Lauda's crash, including his physical recovery and his subsequent comeback, which saw him embraced as a hero.
This special screening on Thursday 2nd July at 7.30PM will be followed by a live satellite Q&A hosted by Suzi Perry, and featuring director Hannes Schalle, F1 legends Jacques Villeneuve and Marc Webber, and long-time safety car driver Bernd Mayländer.
gala screening with live Q&A
What's the story? Asif Kapadia's acclaimed documentary exploring the life of late singer Amy Winehouse, followed by live Q&A.
When Amy Winehouse passed away in 2011 at the age of 27, her death rocked the music world.
Winner of five Grammy Awards for her album Back to Black, Winehouse's distinctively smoky tones made her one of the most popular music artists of the last 20 years. Her singles 'Rehab,' 'Stronger than Me' and 'Love is a Losing Game' were all award-winning successes and helped her establish a worldwide fanbase. 'Amy' delves behind the headlines and explores the life of this troubled yet hugely talented performer, tracing her rise to superstardom from childhood to breakthrough success and beyond.
Join us on Tuesday 30th June for a gala screening of this absorbing documentary and a live question and answer session with the film's director Asif Kapadia, whose credits also include the critically acclaimed 2010 documentary Senna.
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