"Hunt for the Wilderpeople"
£6 on the door
This film is in English Language and carries a 12A certificate.
"Hunt for the Wilderpeople" has been a huge audience favourite at festivals and you can see why. Its dark brand of New Zealand humour, coupled with a boy's own adventure story that goes not merely off the rails, but off road and off grid. Kate Muir (Times UK).
There's brilliant chemistry between Dennison and Neil. The pair quite obviously bounce off each other; a joy to watch on screen, and as the story progresses you begin to feel like a member of their special pack, gleefully part of the adventure.
Jack Shepherd (Independent UK.).
This might be the best kids movie since "Up". Tom Huddleston (Time Out).
101 minutes of pure comic joy. Barry Hertz (Globe & Mail).
Every once in a while, a small underrated film comes along, so smart and funny, such a pleasure to experience, you can't believe your luck. "Hunt for the Wilderpeople" is such a film. Kenneth Turan (Los Angeles Times).
Programme for 2019/2020
25th Nov “Silver Linings Playbook”
6th Jan "Untouchables" (100th film!)
13th Jan “Arctic”
27th Jan "Hunt for the Wilderpeople”
10th Feb “Foxtrot”
24th Feb "The Breadwinner”
9th Mar "The Handmaiden”
23rd Mar “Woman at War”
6th Apr “Burning”
20th Apr “Styx”
11th May “Jean de Florette”
18th May “Manon Des Sources”
8th Jun "Pain & Glory"
22nd Jun “Stan & Ollie”
The focus for the 2019-2020 season will be films that intrigue, that delight and that open up new horizons
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