Don't forget that tonight sees the Unlimited screening of The Front Runner, the compelling true story that showcases an engrossing new side to Hugh Jackman.
The Logan and The Greatest Showman star portrays US politician Gary Hart, who in 1988 is emerging as the clear favourite in the presidential race. However, Hart's campaign is scuppered when the press runs with allegations of infidelity, which throws into question the role of media accountability and the transparency of politicians.
Directed by Juno and Up in the Air filmmaker Jason Reitman, this is a thought-provoking political drama with an excellent supporting cast including J.K. Simmons and Vera Farmiga.
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Don't forget we've got two more Unlimited screenings for you this January. Batman star Christian Bale undergoes another startling transformation in comedy-drama Vice, the latest from The Big Short director Adam McKay. Bale piles on the pounds in this multi-generational look at the life of influential US vice president Dick Cheney, who served under George W. Bush (Sam Rockwell). Bale, Rockwell and co-star Amy Adams (who plays Cheney's wife Lynne) have all been Golden Globe nominated for their roles in this intriguing political story.
Click here to book your tickets for Vice, screening in advance on 16th January 2019.
And finally, your month of Unlimited screenings rolls to a close with twisty M. Night Shyamalan thriller Glass. Fusing the worlds of the director's films Unbreakable and Split, this is unlike any other comic book movie you've seen before. Unbreakable character David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and his nemesis Elijah Price/Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) are now under psychiatric observation for believing they are a superhero and super-villain duo. But when the evil Glass enlists the assistance of split personality kidnapper Kevin (James McAvoy), whose 24th personality the Beast is a rage-fuelled monster, the entire world is threatened.
Click here to book your tickets for Glass, screening in advance on 17th January 2019.
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