Girlfriend in a coma: The Big Sick opens Friday






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The Big Sick (15)
From Fri 28 Jul, Cinema 2 & 3

★★★★

'Silicon Valley actor Kumail Nanjiani breaks out with an autobiographical comedy that signals his arrival to the top' Time Out

Facing pressure from his traditional Muslim family, stand-up comedian Kumail breaks off his whirlwind romance with student Emily (Zoe Kazan). But when Emily is struck down with a mysterious illness and ends up in a coma, Kumail must face her less-than-impressed parents (Holly Hunter and Ray Romano) and figure out what his heart really desires in the process. A funny, thoughtful and touching comedy, produced by Judd Apatow (Girls, Trainwreck).

 
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Dunkirk (12A)
Now showing, Cinema 1 & 3
 
A film from Christopher Nolan that truly deserves to be seen on the big screen. Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy and Mark Rylance star in this WW2 thriller, as 330,000 allied troops are stranded on the beaches of Dunkirk.
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Hounds of Love (18)
From Fri 28 Jul, Cinema 2 & 3
 
Kidnapped from the streets of Perth, a young woman is kept prisoner by a psychopathic couple in the intense and gripping directional debut from rising Australian director Ben Young
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The Beguiled (15)
Now showing, Cinema 2 & 3
 
Nicole Kidman, Kristen Dunst and Elle Fanning give an outstanding ensemble performance as Southern belles with a dark edge in Sofia Coppola’s  American Civil War-era thriller. 
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David Lynch: The Art Life (15)
Now showing, Cinema 1
 
Told entirely in his own words, find out what inspired the mind behind Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive. David Lynch reflects on his life and creative process in this unique documentary.
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Kedi (U)
Now showing, Cinema 3
 
Forget Garfield and Top Cat: meet seven plucky felines who slink through the streets of Istanbul in Ceyda Torun’s totally charming documentary, following the bond between cats and the humans who care for them.
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Baby Driver (15)
Now showing, Cinema 3
 
Edgar Wright proves that it’s possible to make a great car film without Vin Diesel. A young getaway driver named Baby tears up the streets of Atlanta in this intelligent and entertaining heist caper.
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Jim Jarmusch Revisited
 

Mulatu Astatke, Camille O’Sullivan and Franz Ferdinand’s Alex Kapranos lead a multi-artist homage to the music running through the veins of the cult director’s films, from whiskey-soaked Tom Waits to John Lurie’s No Wave Sax.

 
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