QUARTET is the big film of the week, showing at Brockenhurst tonight, Friday, Ringwood Greyfriars next Wednesday and at Frogham next Friday 15th March.
Set in a retirement home for opera singers and musicians, it is almost time for the annual Verdi anniversary concert, but the status quo is disrupted when a former diva (and one time wife of one of the established residents) moves in and tries to take over. It stars Maggie Smith, Pauline Collins, Tom Courtenay and Billy Connolly, and is directed by Dustin Hoffman.
From today, Friday, to next Thursday 15th March, Poole's Lighthouse Cinema will be showing Hyde Park on Hudson and Zero Dark Thirty.
The first is the recently-discovered story of Franklin D Roosevelt's relationship with his distant cousin Daisy, set against a historic visit by the new King and Queen of England, Bertie and Elizabeth, to the president's house on the Hudson. It stars Laura Linney as Daisy with Bill Murray as Roosevelt, Olivia Coleman and Samuel West as the Queen and George VI and Olivia Williams as the unconventional First Lady, Eleanor. It's stylish and full of witty observations.
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Zero Dark Thirty, directed by Kathryn Bigelow and starring Jessica Chastain, is the story of a CIA agent who tracked down the hiding place of Osama bin Laden. It's full of very current excitement as it leads to the well known conclusion.
Zero Dark Thirty is also showing at the Regent Centre in Christchurch on Sunday, and on Tuesday and Wednesday next week.
This Sunday's Movie at Athelhampton is the house's "own" film, From Time to Time, filmed in the Elizabethan house near Puddletown and telling a time-warping story of adventure and family feuds.
From next Monday 11th March to Thursday, audiences at the Tivoli in Wimborne can see Life of Pi, Ang Lee's adaptation of Yann Martel's award winning magic realist novel.
On Friday next, 15th March, Forest Arts in New Milton shows Hope Springs, starring Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones as a couple whose marriage has long lost any spark, and Steve Carrell is the counsellor visited to try to rekindle the passion. Could have been so very much better.
The films at Salisbury Odeon this week, from today, Friday to Thursday 14th March, are Oz: The Great and the Powerful, Wreck it Ralph, Sammy's Great Escape, A Good Day to Die Hard, Les Miserables, Parker, Safe Haven, Side Effects and Song for Marion.
The Senior Screen film next Wednesday at 11am is the new version of Great Expectations and the Odeon Kids sessions, also at 11am on Saturday and Sunday, will show Rio.