The Curzon, Clevedon, film programme
By Carol_Deacon | Thursday, January 31, 2013, 10:44
The Dustin Hoffman directed film Quartet (12A) plays until Friday, February 1, at The Curzon cinema, Clevedon.
Something for everyone at The Curzon at the beginning of February
Starring Maggie Smith, Tom Courtenay, Billy Connolly and Pauline Collins this romantic comedy drama is set in a retirement home for musicians.
Reggie's (Tom Courtenay) peaceful retirement is stirred up by the arrival of his ex-wife Jean (Maggie Smith).
With the home under financial pressure, the two must team up with the rest of their old quartet for a fundraising concert.
But having four of England's finest singers under one roof is no guarantee that the show will go on...
The film is screen at on Thursday, January 31, at 2pm and 7.45pm and on Friday, February 1, at 7.45pm.
The long awaited, epic Les Miserables (12A) opens at the weekend.
This film adaptation of the blockbuster musical directed by Tom Hooper has been nominated for multiple Oscars and BAFTAs, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Hugh Jackman), and Best Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway).
It stars Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried.
Les Miserables is showing at 2pm and 7.45pm on Saturday and 2pm on Sunday, February 2-3.
The Curzon Film Club is showing Sightseers (15) on Sunday evening, February 3, at 7.45pm.
This British black comedy directed by Ben Wheatley stars Chris Oram and Alice Lowe and tells the story of Tina who sets out on a caravanning holiday with her new friend, Chris, to such destinations as the Keswick Pencil Museum and the Ribblehead Viaduct.
But their romantic odyssey turns into a killing spree, testing both their relationship and their faith in each other.
Temporary membership is available on the door.
Les Miserables continues on Monday, February 4, at 10.30am at the CineMa&Baby.
And then on Monday, February 4, at 7.45pm; Tuesday, February 5 Feb at 2pm and 7.45pm; Wednesday, February 6 at 7.45pm; Thursday, February 7 at 2pm and 7.45pm and Friday, February 8, at 7.45pm.
On Wednesday, February 6, at 2pm is the senior citizen's screening of Atonement (15) directed by Joe Wright and starring Keira Knightley, James McAvoy and Saoirse Ronan.
Aged 13, Briony Tallis tells a lie that tragically changes the lives of her sister, and her sister's lover, forever. Adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel, set before and during World War II.
On Friday afternoon, February 8, the Old Church Road cinema show Tinkerbell: Secret Of The Wings (U) at 2pm.
This is directed by Roberts Gannaway and Peggy Holmes and stars Timothy Dalton,Lucy Liu and Megan Hilt.y
Journey with Tinker Bell and her fairy friends to the mysterious Winter Woods.
Curiosity and adventure lead Tink to an amazing discovery that could change her world forever.
At 4.30pm on Friday, February 8, is The Hunger Games (12A).
This 2012 film directed by Gary Ross stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth.
The film has been chosen by teenager film fans and tickets are £4 to members of The Reelers.
Twelve young people must fight for their lives in futuristic gladiatorial games this film is from a the bestselling novel.