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Captin Phillips

  • Oct 27, 2013 · 5:15 PM
  • Vue cinema

Remember the clocks have gone back!

The latest film from the director of the second two Bourne films is a true story thriller. It's received rave reviews including 5 stars from Emipre Magazine. They say:
In April 2009, US container ship the Maersk Alabama was boarded by four Somali pirates who took its captain, one-time Boston cabbie Richard Phillips, hostage. The crisis played out over five days, and this film recreates those events.

Both Greengrass and Hanks are on award-deserving form in a riveting, emotionally complex and hugely intelligent dramatisation of a real-life ordeal.

Meet in the cinema foyer at 5:15pm (film starts at 5:30pm). No drinks before hand but there will be time for a meal afterwards to discuss the film.

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  • Brian S.

    2 and a bit hours of nail bitting tension. The film could have been a tad shorter but well worth seeing.

    October 28, 2013

    • Gavin W.

      yep, I enjoyed. Almost cried at the end !

      October 28, 2013

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