Our pleasure is Ricky Gervais’ self-inflicted pain in this toe-curling faux documentary comedy that catches up with the politically incorrect title character as he embarks on a quest for music success with his band, Foregone Conclusion.
Pete’s Dragon (PG): Do you believe in dragons? You certainly will by the conclusion of David Lowery’s charming fantasy adventure, which reworks the beloved 1977 Disney musical of the same title as a rip-roaring story of devotion between an orphaned boy and his mythical protector.
Looking for something to do this evening? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place in the fine city, including a chance to meet two reality TV stars and a look at what’s opening in cinemas.
The Go-Between marks Michael Crawford’s long-awaited return to London’s West End. For the musical’s producer Joseph Smith, it’s a return to his Norfolk roots. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage finds out more.
Dedicated to Anton Yelchin, who died in a freak accident in June, and Leonard Nimoy, the third instalment of the rebooted Star Trek is a familiar conflation of past and future present that fails to set its phasers to stun.
A Norfolk actress is one of the stars of a new movie being released later later this month – and people are being urged to show their support so that the crime thriller can have a screening at Cinema City.
There’s nothing quite like watching your favourite movie under the stars, and with these outdoor cinema events in Norfolk you’ll be able to do just that. Here’s a quick guide to some of the screenings taking place across the county over the coming months.
It’s been almost 100 years since Edgar Rice Burroughs’ muscular protector of the jungle swung into action on the big screen in the swaggering form of silent movie actor Elmo Lincoln but now the King of the swingers is heading back into the jungle.