Russell Crowe stars in a spectacular reimagining of the apocalyptic story of the great flood. When Noah (Russell Crowe) experiences visions of a catastrophic deluge, he seeks advice from his grandfather Methuselah (Anthony Hopkins). Methuselah reveals that the disaster foretold is God's punishment for man's corruption of the world. It is Noah's destiny to construct a vessel to save the lives of the innocent. Together with his wife Naameh (Jennifer Connelly), their sons Shem (Douglas Booth) and Ham (Logan Lerman), and family friend Ila (Emma Watson), he sets about building a giant wooden ark. But the terrible impending flood is not the only challenge Noah faces. A violent tribe of warriors led by his nemesis Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone) want the ark for themselves! 'Black Swan' director Darren Aronofsky serves up an awesome retelling of this great Biblical tale of courage and sacrifice. The astonishing effects include a vast menagerie of CGI animals!
The programme begins at 7.00pm, and I suggest meeting at 6.30pm in the foyer. You can get a 10% discount if you book your ticket online, and if you go to a Cineworld cinema regularly, you may wish to get an Unlimited card which costs £15.90 per month. This event is also advertised with the Crawley and Redhill groups. If you need to contact me on the day, my number is [masked].