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Now showing at Odeon Basingstoke Leisure Park, Churchill Way West,West Ham,Basingstoke,Hampshire RG21 6YR 0871 224 4007

  • Star Trek Beyond
  • Star Trek Beyond 3D
  • The Angry Birds Movie
  • The BFG
  • The BFG 3D
  • Zootropolis

Star Trek Beyond 3 stars

Science fiction.

  • GenreScience Fiction
  • CastZoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Idris Elba, Chris Pine, Karl Urban.
  • DirectorJustin Lin.
  • WriterSimon Pegg.
  • CountryUS
  • Official site

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Monday 25th July 2016
Tuesday 26th July 2016
Wednesday 27th July 2016
Thursday 28th July 2016

Star Trek Beyond 3D 3 stars

Science fiction.

  • GenreScience Fiction
  • CastZoe Saldana, Idris Elba, Karl Urban, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine.
  • DirectorJustin Lin.
  • WriterSimon Pegg.
  • CountryUS
  • Official site

Showtimes (Click time to book tickets)

Monday 25th July 2016
Tuesday 26th July 2016

The Angry Birds Movie 3 stars

Red is an outcast on Bird Island, where the rest of his flightless flock tweet peace and harmony. An unfortunate incident with an unhatched egg lands Red in court where Judge Peckinpah sentences him to a course in anger management led by perky clucker Matilda. When a ship full of pigs led by smooth talker Leonard arrives on Bird Island, supposedly in peace, Red is the only inhabitant to sense impending disaster.

  • GenreAction, Adaptation, Animation/Cartoon, Comedy, Family, Family
  • CastPeter Dinklage, Kate McKinnon, Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Sean Penn, Bill Hader, Maya Rudolph, Danny McBride.
  • DirectorClay Kaytis, Fergal Reilly.
  • WriterJon Vitti.
  • CountryFin/US
  • Duration97 mins
  • Official sitewww.angrybirds-movie.com/en/
  • Release13/05/2016

Strip back the pristine visuals, which were once meticulously hand-drawn, and most animated films are hard-wired with an important life lesson to cherish once the end credits roll. The Lion King: you can't run away from your responsibilities; Beauty And The Beast: don't judge someone by their appearance; Frozen: don't let naysayers hold you back from chasing your dreams; Inside Out: feeling sad is a natural part of growing up; Monsters, Inc.: mummy fibbed when she said the scary creature under your bed isn't real. The Angry Birds Movie, a feature-length animated spin-off from the fiendishly addictive smartphone games, tears out a new page from the self-help manual: it's OK to get mad as long as you can channel that aggression in a positive direction. The central character of Clay Kaytis and Fergal Reilly's film certainly spits feathers in the pursuit of a greater good. Screenwriter Jon Vitti peppers this haphazard, but energetic flight of self-discovery with a barrage of dreadful puns and dad jokes that will inspire as many groans as giggles. Thus, one anger-management therapist bird proudly advertises herself as a free-rage chicken, pigs aspire to wear Calvin Swine underwear, and a poster advertises Kevin Bacon's return to the stage in... Hamlet. Red (voiced by Jason Sudeikis) is an outcast on Bird Island, where the rest of his flightless flock tweet peace and harmony. An unfortunate incident with an unhatched egg lands Red in court where Judge Peckinpah (Keegan-Michael Key) sentences him to a course in anger management led by perky clucker Matilda (Maya Rudolph). Fellow attendees include wide-cracking live wire Chuck (Josh Gad), who can move at superbird speed, the aptly named Bomb (Danny McBride), who self-combusts when surprised or stressed, and hulking Terence (Sean Penn), who communicates in booming growls. Red resists Matilda's techniques because, as he reminds his brethren, "We're descended from dinosaurs. We're not supposed to be nice." When a ship full of pigs led by smooth talker Leonard (Bill Hader) arrives on Bird Island, supposedly in peace, Red is the only inhabitant to sense impending disaster. Other birds fail to heed his warnings and when his doom-laden prophecy comes to pass, Red joins forces with Chuck and Bomb to locate the island's mysterious protector, Mighty Eagle (Peter Dinklage). The Angry Birds Movie is a glossy promo for the games and associated merchandise, showcasing the different birds and their associated powers, but it's also a lot of fun so long as you ignore the flimsy and predictable plot. Animation quality doesn't soar to the dizzy heights of Pixar, but co-directors Kaytis and Reilly maintain a brisk pace and the screen shimmers with bright colours. Vocal performances are solid and Demi Lovato's cover version of the Gloria Gaynor discoball classic I Will Survive flaps up the feel-good factor.

Showtimes (Click time to book tickets)

Monday 25th July 2016
Tuesday 26th July 2016
Wednesday 27th July 2016
Thursday 28th July 2016

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The BFG 3 stars

Adventure.

  • GenreAdaptation, Adventure, Drama, Family, Family, Fantasy
  • CastRebecca Hall, Bill Hader, Mark Rylance, Penelope Wilton, Ruby Barnhill, Jemaine Clement.
  • DirectorSteven Spielberg.
  • WriterRoald Dahl, Melissa Mathison.
  • CountryUK/Can/US
  • Duration115 mins
  • Official sitewww.facebook.com/BFGMovie/
  • Release22/07/2016

Showtimes (Click time to book tickets)

Monday 25th July 2016
Tuesday 26th July 2016
Wednesday 27th July 2016
Thursday 28th July 2016

This film is also showing at:

The BFG 3D 3 stars

Adventure.

  • GenreAdaptation, Adventure, Drama, Family, Family, Fantasy
  • CastRebecca Hall, Penelope Wilton, Bill Hader, Ruby Barnhill, Mark Rylance, Jemaine Clement.
  • DirectorSteven Spielberg.
  • WriterRoald Dahl, Melissa Mathison.
  • CountryUK/Can/US
  • Duration115 mins
  • Official sitewww.facebook.com/BFGMovie/
  • Release22/07/2016

Showtimes (Click time to book tickets)

Monday 25th July 2016
Tuesday 26th July 2016

Zootropolis 4 stars

Judy Hopps becomes the first serving rabbit police officer in the city of Zootopia. Inducted into the force by Mayor Leodore Lionheart, Judy is initially assigned to traffic duty by Chief Bogo, who doubts her abilities due to her size. During one of her shifts, Judy defies orders and she suffers the wrath of Bogo. In order to prove her worth, Judy vows to solve the case of a missing resident, Mr Otterton, within 48 hours or she will resign.

  • GenreAction, Adventure, Animation/Cartoon, Comedy, Drama, Family, Family
  • CastJason Bateman, Ginnifer Goodwin, Idris Elba, Octavia Spencer, JK Simmons.
  • DirectorRich Moore, Byron Howard, Jared Bush.
  • WriterPhil Johnston, Jared Bush.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration108 mins
  • Official sitemovies.disney.co.uk/zootropolis
  • Release25/03/2016

Creatures great and small live in perfect harmony in Byron Howard and Rich Moore's anthropomorphic animated feature that continues Disney's winning streak under the creative leadership of John Lasseter. Zootropolis is a beautifully crafted parable that elegantly combines a noir detective thriller, buddy cop comedy and coming of age story with the studio's trademark visual splendour. It's a tour de force of uproarious laughter and tears, accompanied by a gorgeous genre-melding orchestral score from Michael Giacchino that tugs the heartstrings. Screenwriters Jared Bush and Phil Johnston engineer plentiful hairpin twists and turns, mining comedy from mammalian traits while underscoring each bravura set piece with valuable life lessons about prejudice, tolerance and teamwork. Neat visual gags abound including, a small time weasel criminal selling bootleg DVDs of Disney animations Wreck-It Rhino and Wrangled, or familiar chain stores that have been cutely rebranded for creature customers. Zootropolis even cheekily pokes fun at Frozen's song of empowerment, Let It Go, before unleashing its own infectious anthem, Try Everything, sung to the rafters by Shakira in the guise of a chart-topping savannah diva called Gazelle. Bunnyburrow carrot farmer Stu Hopps (voiced by Don Lake) and wife Bonnie (Bonnie Hunt) try to dissuade their daughter Judy (Ginnifer Goodwin) from pursuing her dream of becoming the first serving rabbit police officer in Zootropolis. "If you don't try anything new, you'll never fail," chirpily professes Stu. Unperturbed, Judy earns her police badge as part of the Mammal Inclusion Initiative championed by Mayor Leodore Lionheart (JK Simmons) and his diminutive second in command, Assistant Mayor Dawn Bellwether (Jenny Slate). Judy is initially assigned to traffic duty by Chief Bogo (Idris Elba), who doubts her abilities. In order to prove her worth, the new cop on the block vows to solve the case of a missing resident. "I will give you 48 hours to find Emmitt Otterton. You strike out, you resign," growls Chief Bogo, sensing an opportunity to rid himself of the bouncing bunny. With the clock ticking, Judy gathers evidence from concerned wife Mrs Otterton (Octavia Spencer) and implores a con artist fox called Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman) to help her break the case. Working with an animal who should be her sworn enemy, Judy stumbles upon a grand conspiracy involving Arctic shrew Mr Big (Maurice LaMarche), who presides over the criminal fraternity in Tundratown with his polar henchbears. Zootropolis is 108 minutes of unadulterated joy, rendered in exquisitely detailed animation. Vocal performances are flawless, particularly Goodwin as the dreamer with a big heart, who truly believes that anyone can achieve their dreams if they put their paws to it. A protracted sequence involving a three-toed sloth called Flash (Raymond S Persi), who works Department of Mammal Vehicles, is nothing short of genius. Hop to it - Zootropolis is the bunny's whiskers.

Showtimes (Click time to book tickets)

Monday 25th July 2016
Tuesday 26th July 2016
Wednesday 27th July 2016
Thursday 28th July 2016