Winter is a great time to head off to an independent cinema, enjoy some hot popcorn with a glass of red and enjoy a fabulous night at the flicks with a gorgeous friend or partner.
A great movie stays with you for a lifetime.
For all you movie fans, 5 new movies have been released into independent cinemas.
Arthouse movies are fantastic. Learn more here.
Here are some reviews and trailers for you to make your selections.
Richard Gere has won acclaim all round for his hilarious performance as a New York fixer who may be a mensch, or just a complete schlemiel, in Joseph Cedar’s wheeling and dealing comedy.
With sterling support from Michael Sheen, Steve Buscemi and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Director: Joseph Cedar
Rotten Tomatoes: 7.5/10
Rated MA 15+
Gael Garcia Bernal is a vainglorious police inspector attempting to hunt down fugitive poet Pablo Neruda in Pablo Larraín's highly unusual and beguiling reinvention of the cinematic biography, which delights and confounds at every turn.
Languages: Spanish and French
Director: Pablo Lorrain
Rotten Tomatoes: 7.7/10
3. The Sense Of An Ending
From the popular book, written by Julian Barnes. (3./5 Goodreads).
Jim Broadbent stars as a man compelled to remember and reconsider the events of his past due to a mysterious bequest.
Co-starring Charlotte Rampling, Emily Mortimer and Harriet Walter.
Director: Ritesh Batra (who directed one of our favourite arthouse movies, The Lunchbox)
Rotten Tomatoes: 6.3/10
4. Handsome Devil
A devilishly good Irish charmer, HANDSOME DEVIL concerns young Ned, an outcast at his rugby-crazed boarding school, who is annoyed when called upon to bunk with new player Conor, but a surprising friendship grows between them.
Director: John Butler XVIII
Rotten Tomatoes: 6.4/10
Have you ever met a stranger who just wanted to spill out to you all their opinions as to what's wrong with the world? That's Wilson (Woody Harrelson, like you have never seen him before), a chatty misanthrope who discovers he and his ex-wife (Laura Dern) have a daughter he never knew about.
Director: Craig Johnson (IX)
Rotten Tomatoes: 5.4/10
We hope you enjoy our movie selections.
Which ones will you be going to see?
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