Film highlights – June 2017


Wed 28 June

Most people will recognise him as the heartthrob from 2014’s The Fault in Our Stars, but this year Ansel Elgort plays Baby, a talented getaway driver who relies solely on his personal soundtrack to aid his missions. He finds himself caught up working for big-shot crime boss Doc (Kevin Spacey), but upon meeting waitress Deborah (Lily James), he decides to put his past behind him and run away with her. But before he can get out, he becomes caught up in an intense heist which is damned from the get-go, threatening his life, love and freedom. With its strong Tarantino vibe, this action-comedy will arguably have the best movie soundtrack this summer.



Fri 2 June

Introducing the rebirth of the popular 8-volume book series by Dav Pilkey, animated by Dreamworks. The first book came out in 1997 and remains a nostalgic classic for all millennials. The story follows mischievous students George and Harold who hypnotise their principal, Mr Krupp into becoming the overly enthusiastic yet idiotic superhero Captain Underpants. Their imaginations take them on an explosive journey to save the world from being launched into laughter-less doom by the aptly named mad scientist Professor Poopypants, The Turbo Toilet 2000 and evil genius Melvin. Starring Ed Helms (Mr Krupp/Captain Underpants), Kevin Hart (George), Thomas Middleditch (Harold) and Kristen Schaal as Edith, the school lunch lady – and love interest of Mr. Krupp.



Fri 9 June

This will be the third resurrection of The Mummy franchise following the 2015 demise of their The Scorpion King films. Starring Tom Cruise as protagonist Nick Morton, the story sweeps between the sands of the Middle East and modern day London. The US Army come across the two-thousand-year-old tomb of Princess Ahmanet (Sofie Boutella) – and on opening it they release a powerful curse. Ahmanet was set to be the ruler of Egypt, but her father had wanted a son instead. So she killed her father, and following an attempt to take the throne she was buried alive as eternal punishment. When the tomb is opened, she is awoken with a fury so strong it co

Baby Driver


Fri 16 June

A hen night goes hilariously wrong in this cynical comedy from Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs (the writers behind Broad City.) Featuring an impressive cast of Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell, Ilana Glazer and Zoë Kravitz, five college best friends get back together for the first time in ten years for a bachelorette weekend in Miami. It seems like an average, slightly awkward hen party until the night takes a dark turn when they accidentally kill a male stripper. The five are forced to become closer as they suddenly find themselves caught up in an outrageous cover-up mission.

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