The Disaster Artist
James Franco returns to the big screen after what seems like an age. Teaming up with his little bro, Dave Franco, this film follows the true story of Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestro. The pair work together to finance, produce and film one of the biggest cult classic films to date, The Room. If you love the Franco brothers then this one’s for you.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Let’s take a moment to appreciate the late, great Carrie Fisher. Princess Leia makes an appearance in the upcoming Star Wars film and it’s sure to leave a few wet eyes in the cinema. This edition of the franchise sees Rey focus on her powers more with the help of the man himself, Luke Skywalker. Going to be a belter – may the force be with you. Do people still say that…?
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Geeky guy turns into Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and the cool guys turns into Kevin Hart. Brilliant. Taking a twist on the original Jumanji film – this time it’s going digital and the kids are going through a games console. Four high school teens are teleported into the jungle becoming adult avatars. With an all-star cast including two famous comedians you know, this will be a laugh a minute.
The Greatest Showman
Musical. Hugh Jackman. Zac Efron. Michelle Williams. Do we need to say any more? OK, The Greatest Showman celebrates the birth of showbiz life and how one man’s vision turned him into a worldwide sensation. If anything, it’s sure to be a feel good film you can tap along to.
Pitch Perfect 3
Not sure why we’re on Pitch Perfect 3, but here we are. The Bellas are out doing their own thing before they get called together for a reunion – who doesn’t love a reunion? The film that gave you the Cup Song and opened our eyes to funny lady Rebel Wilson – we might be three films in but there’s guaranteed to be giggles galore.