Gavin Miller gives us a flavour of some of the films we can watch from Friday.
SUFFRAGETTE (12A, SOUTH HOLLAND CENTRE SPALDING, FROM TOMORROW)
The Great Gatsby’s Carey Mulligan headlines this drama based around members of the early feminist movement at the turn of the twentieth century – and tells the story of these foot soldiers who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse against an increasingly brutal state.
Oscar-winner Meryl Streep co-stars as the legendary Emmeline Pankhurst, alongside Helena Bonham Carter and Ben ‘Q’ Whishaw.
KILL YOUR FRIENDS (18, SHOWCASE CINEMAS PETERBOROUGH, FROM TOMORROW)
Rising star Nicholas Hoult (X-Men: Days of Future Past and Mad Max: Fury Road) stars in this dark comedy-thriller as an ‘Artist and Repertoire’ man who goes to macabre extremes to find his next hit at the height of the Britpop music craze, in this adaptation of John Niven’s best-selling novel.
James Corden (Into the Woods) and Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction) co-star.
BURNT (15, SHOWCASE CINEMAS PETERBOROUGH, FROM TOMORROW)
Three-time Oscar-nominee Bradley Cooper (The Hangover series) stars as a chef aiming to redeem himself by spearheading a top London restaurant to gain three Michelin stars – after previously destroying his career with drugs and a diva-like attitude.
American Sniper co-star Sienna Miller joins him in this comedy-drama from the director of August: Osage County.
BROOKLYN (12A, SHOWCASE CINEMAS PETERBOROUGH, FROM TOMORROW)
An Irish immigrant (The Lovely Bones’ Saoirse Ronan) lands in fifties Brooklyn and quickly finds romance in her exciting New York surroundings.
But when her past catches up with her, she must choose between two countries in this romantic-drama from famed British scribe Nick Hornby (About a Boy), which co-stars Domhnall Gleeson (Ex Machina).
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