Mad about movies? Check out these great new releases coming soon to a big screen near you…
Cert U | Release date: Monday 19 December
Félicie has one dream, to become a ballerina at the world’s best ballet school. She also has one big problem, she’s stuck in an orphanage with her best friend Victor hundreds of miles away. Driven by her passion for dancing Félicie goes to extraordinary lengths in order to audition for the role of a lifetime, but now the hard work will begin. With her mentor Odette and Victor by her side, will Félicie master the grace, skill and discipline it takes to become a professional dancer? One thing is for sure, she’ll have to strive harder than ever before to achieve her dreams.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story*
Cert 12A | Release date: Friday 16 December
Set shortly before the events of ‘A New Hope’ the latest Star Wars installment reveals how a band of resistance fighters united for a daring mission to steal the Death Star plans. The Galactic Empire is at the height of its power, and their ultimate weapon is nearly complete. Along with a team of rebel soldiers, former criminal Jyn Erso sets out on a risky mission to steal the plans so they can figure out how to destroy it. The Galaxy Far Far Away gets even bigger with ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’, shining a light on a part of this universe that we’ve never seen before.
Cert PG | Release date: Friday 27 January
Set in a world like ours but entirely inhabited by animals, ‘Sing’ stars Buster Moon, a dapper Koala who presides over a once-grand theatre that has fallen on hard times. Buster loves his theatre above all, he will do anything to save it, and in a last-ditch attempt, he organises a singing competition. It’s open to everyone, and everyone turns up – Rosita, a pig who used to sing but gave it up to have a family; Ash, a punk rock porcupine; and Johnny, a gorilla torn between his family’s criminal gang and his showbiz dreams. Featuring an all-star cast including Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Reese Witherspoon and Taron Egerton.
*Please note some of these movies are rated 12A and are not suitable for younger children.