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All films now showing at the Meadow Park Multiplex
(God forbid that should ever happen)
- O Brother, Where Art Thou? - A moving tale of
mixed fortunes as the younger brother Thorne contemplates his older
sibling's terrible exile in a strange and terrifying foreign land of idiots.
You long for the two to be reunited nearer their home where their combined
talents could achieve great things...
- Scary Movie - A true horror flick
investigating one man's aversion to the high cross. All manner of shocks and
surprises. You'll be gripping your seat as things get even worse for our
poor hero, even when you didn't dream it possibly could.
- The Addiction - dull but worthy documentary
as poor befuddled non-league football fans try to explain the craving for
victory which takes them to far flung outposts of the West Midlands.
- Brief Encounter - A real weepy as an
ambitious group of young men learn the harsh realities of life in less
glamorous surroundings than those they are used to. Finally they over come
adversity and escape what they mysteriously refer to as 'The Western'.
- The Cell - disappointingly predictable tale
as past-it star Sam Bowen's life falls apart following the loss of the one
brain cell he'd so long relied upon. Contains repeated scenes of graphic
violence and use of adult language from the start.
- Chicken Run - Fun for all the family as
claymation comes to Derbyshire. You'll hoot as a load of clueless chickens
run around trying to find their way out of the dreary Gresley prison camp.
- The Luzhin Defence - A Russian chess master
adapts his tactics for the football pitch and persuades a secret agent to
use the new system to send coded messages through his team's tactics. Laugh
at the confused British football fans bemused by the strange defensive
goings-on, little knowing their side's manager is actually a KGB spy and
those missed headers carry details on army maneuvers for the Russians
watching by satellite.
- The Exterminating Angel - By day he is a
gentle caring man, but he pulls on that number three shirt and enters a cold
dark inner world of thinly veiled violence and menace.
- Liberty Heights - Real-life coming of age
drama as City's young defence critically examine the acres of open space
afforded to those competing for the high ball.
- X-Men - Comic book adaptation featuring
Grantley Dicks as the incredible swearing man. You'll be amazed as he
reduces referees to rubble with his verbal tirades.
- The Perfect Storm - One for older viewers
recalling the magic moments at Folkestone in 1989 when a group of chancers
ghosted into the 1st Round of the FA Cup with the help of the back-end of a
hurricane. Starring the weathered good-looks of one Brian Godfrey as 'The
- Magnolia - Unlikely hit film focusing around
the need for calming colours painted on the walls of the dressing room.
About as gripping as watching it dry.
- Keeping the Faith - Fan to Fan plea.
Heart-rending drama as crowds drop and supporters resort to kidnap to bump
up attendances. The soundtrack includes sentimental favourites 'Don't Leave
Me This Way' and 'Please Don't Go'.
- The Insider - Machiavellian duplicity from
the Boardroom as more secrets leak out to the fans and the papers. Long
drawn out tale of intrigue and suspense. Will the truth ever out? Is the
'insider' reliable or is he a double-agent?
- The Sixth Sense - That feeling of impending
doom, the feeling that the other side is going to score, that the referee
won't give the penalty, that there is a plot to undermine your football
club. Some call it paranoia, but what have they done to earn your trust?
- There's Only One Jimmy Grimble - You'll leave
with only one question unanswered, why couldn't he be a City centre-back?
- Nothing Sacred - The badge changes yet again,
the team colours change. Grumbling old men mutter as they head off in to the
distance. Slow fade to black. Must all be a metaphor for something. I never
do get art house flicks.
- Up at the Villa - Brian dusts off another
story of the good old days. There's a lot to be learnt by experience y'know.
- The Next Best Thing - It's two that go up.
That's the cry as the Championship slips beyond view. It's all about
promotion not big daft trophies.
- That Obscure Object of Desire - and who knows
what the bloody shield looks like anyway? It'd only clutter the place up,
get in the way, collect dust. Bungle would only strain something trying to
lift it, better to leave it.