The final May Bank Holiday is here and here are all the movies you need to map out an awesome day at Cineworld. Scroll down to find out more.
1. The Little Mermaid
Halle Bailey makes a big splash as the live-action Ariel in Disney's latest remake. Go under the sea with Ariel and the gang as she desires to walk on land among the humans, and is promptly granted her wish by the scheming sea witch Ursula (Melissa McCarthy).
2. Fast X
Vin Diesel puts the pedal to the metal again as the Fast & Furious franchise reaches insane new heights. The stuntwork escalates as does the level of villainy, as represented by an entertainingly OTT Jason Momoa. There are plenty of familiar 'family' members returning including Helen Mirren, Michelle Rodriguez, John Cena, Jason Statham and Sung Kang.
3. Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret
Judy Blume's classic story of pre-teen angst gets a sensitive and emotional adaptation. Rising star Richardson excels in the title role of the young girl grappling with growing pains with strong support from Rachel McAdams, Benny Safdie and Kathy Bates.
4. Beau is Afraid
Joaquin Phoenix redefines the notion of intense once again in writer-director Ari Aster's self-described 'nightmare comedy'. Phoenix's titular character Beau embodies on an odyssey of personal reckoning that is equal parts horrifying and hilarious.
5. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Marvel's outer-space brigands are back for what is potentially their last ride. Chris Pratt's Star-Lord is still the de facto leader but the highly emotional story this time revolves around Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) and his tragic backstory at the hands of the fiendish High Evolutionary (Chukwudi Iwuji).
6. Book Club: The Next Chapter
Screen legends Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen are back as the love-sick book group, who this time take a life-changing trip to the capital of Italian romance, Venice.
7. Love Again
Sam Heughan and Priyanka Chopra are the star-crossed lovers accidentally brought together via text in this swooning rom-com, which sports a knowing cameo from music legend Celine Dion as herself.
8. The Super Mario Bros Movie
There's still time to catch this stupendously successful Nintendo adaptation at Cineworld before it hits the Rainbow Road and leaves the big screen. Chris Pratt voices Mario and Jack Black voices the nefarious Bowser in an onslaught of fan-pleasing references and Easter Eggs.
Family Movies at Cineworld
With a Cineworld Family Ticket, adults pay kids' prices, which means you can be more childish together. (Valid for groups of four people with up to two paying adults.)
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