See 5 Oscar-winner ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOOS NEST + Jack Nicholson 2/7/15 @Beckenham £8/5

Winner of FIVE Oscars in 1976 – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest stars Jack Nicholson in an unforgettable role supported by a superb ensemble cast, including Danny De Vito, Christopher Lloyd, Louise Fletcher and Brad Dourif. Immensely moving and joyously funny by turns, ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ is a most memorable experience and rarely seen on the big screen – don’t miss it!

5 stars

Book tickets below – £8/£5 – no booking fees. FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES! BOOK NOWhttps://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

“The first movie since Frank Capra’s ‘It Happened One Night’ to sweep the big five Oscars (director, screenplay, actor, actress, film), ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ remains an unlikely and inspiring triumph. The dream-like novel was considered unfilmable, the co-producer was a TV actor with a famous dad, the Czech director was still largely unknown outside Europe and every ‘name’ actress in Hollywood had turned down the role of callous Nurse Ratched. And yet, as soon as Jack Nicholson signed on the dotted line, everything fell into place.

He may be a huge, red-headed Irishman in Ken Kesey’s book, but the live-wire misfit Randle P. McMurphy, who turns the mental institution upside down, was the role Jack Nicholson was born to play. With or without shock therapy, Nicholson is simply electrifying. But this is far from a one-man show, and indeed, even the non-speaking parts make an indelible visual impression. As direct and simple as it is funny and moving, this is a masterpiece of dramatic naturalism. Verdict: Oscars went to Nicholson, Louise Fletcher as castrating Nurse Ratched, producer Michael Douglas and Milos Forman’s unblinking direction. Cuckoo spent 14 years in development limbo but remains the most radical film to emerge from mainstream Hollywood. Too many classic set pieces to mention but keep your ears cocked for that immortal line “Mmmm, Juicy Fruit.” Certified brilliance.” Colin Kennedy, Empire Magazine

THURSDAY 2 JULY 2015 – ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST (Milos Forman, USA, 1975, 133 mins, Cert 18).  Bar open 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pm.

Watch original trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXrcDonY-B8

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1975:  American actor Jack Nicholson and others share a laugh in a still from the film, 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,' directed by Milos Forman.  (Photo by Republic Pictures/Republic Pictures/Getty Images)

FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES! BOOK NOWhttps://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

See 5 Oscar-winner ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOOS NEST star Jack Nicholson 2/7/15 @Beckenham £8/5

Winner of FIVE Oscars in 1976 – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest stars Jack Nicholson in an unforgettable role supported by a superb ensemble cast, including Danny De Vito, Christopher Lloyd, Louise Fletcher and Brad Dourif. Immensely moving and joyously funny by turns, ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ is a most memorable experience and rarely seen on the big screen – don’t miss it!

5 stars

Book tickets below – £8/£5 – no booking fees. FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES! BOOK NOWhttps://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

“The first movie since Frank Capra’s ‘It Happened One Night’ to sweep the big five Oscars (director, screenplay, actor, actress, film), ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ remains an unlikely and inspiring triumph. The dream-like novel was considered unfilmable, the co-producer was a TV actor with a famous dad, the Czech director was still largely unknown outside Europe and every ‘name’ actress in Hollywood had turned down the role of callous Nurse Ratched. And yet, as soon as Jack Nicholson signed on the dotted line, everything fell into place.

He may be a huge, red-headed Irishman in Ken Kesey’s book, but the live-wire misfit Randle P. McMurphy, who turns the mental institution upside down, was the role Jack Nicholson was born to play. With or without shock therapy, Nicholson is simply electrifying. But this is far from a one-man show, and indeed, even the non-speaking parts make an indelible visual impression. As direct and simple as it is funny and moving, this is a masterpiece of dramatic naturalism. Verdict: Oscars went to Nicholson, Louise Fletcher as castrating Nurse Ratched, producer Michael Douglas and Milos Forman’s unblinking direction. Cuckoo spent 14 years in development limbo but remains the most radical film to emerge from mainstream Hollywood. Too many classic set pieces to mention but keep your ears cocked for that immortal line “Mmmm, Juicy Fruit.” Certified brilliance.” Colin Kennedy, Empire Magazine

THURSDAY 2 JULY 2015 – ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST (Milos Forman, USA, 1975, 133 mins, Cert 18).  Bar open 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pm.

Watch original trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXrcDonY-B8

one-flew-over-the-cuckoos-nest-movie-poster

Jack

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1975:  American actor Jack Nicholson and others share a laugh in a still from the film, 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,' directed by Milos Forman.  (Photo by Republic Pictures/Republic Pictures/Getty Images)

FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES! BOOK NOWhttps://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Fly in to see #Birdman Oscar & BAFTA-winner – here this Thur 18/6 @Beckenham

Winner of SIX BAFTAs and FOUR OscarsBirdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) stars Michael Keaton in a barn-storming role with superb ensemble support from Emma Stone, Ed Norton, Lindsay Duncan, Naomi Watts and Zach Galifianakis. A black comedy, Birdman is about a washed-up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, who battles his ego and attempts to recover his family, his career and himself in the days leading up to the opening of his Broadway play. Book tickets below – £8/£5 – no booking fees.

“You’ll believe a man can fly. Or you’ll believe that believing you can fly and flying are sort of the same thing. Either way, Alejandro González Iñárritu achieves takeoff in a big way with his crazy, freaky-deaky, hellzapoppin’ showbiz comedy Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). I certainly levitated with enjoyment… At certain moments, watching it felt like inhaling laughing gas mixed with helium…Birdman is a delicious and delirious pleasure.” 5 stars – Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian 25/12/14)

THURSDAY 18 JUNE 2015BIRDMAN (Alejandro G. Inarritu, USA, 2014, 119 mins, Cert 15)

Bar opens 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pm.

Watch trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bqh-UCY6Zg

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FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES! BOOK NOWhttp://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

In our Screen 1 – see below (wheelchair accessible at stalls and circle level – please email ahead for our best service). For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

See #Birdman Oscar & BAFTA-winner – Thur 18 Jun @Beckenham LangleyFilmbox.com

Winner of SIX BAFTAs and FOUR OscarsBirdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) stars Michael Keaton in a barn-storming role with superb ensemble support from Emma Stone, Ed Norton, Lindsay Duncan, Naomi Watts and Zach Galifianakis. A black comedy, Birdman is about a washed-up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, who battles his ego and attempts to recover his family, his career and himself in the days leading up to the opening of his Broadway play. Book tickets below – £8/£5 – no booking fees.

“You’ll believe a man can fly. Or you’ll believe that believing you can fly and flying are sort of the same thing. Either way, Alejandro González Iñárritu achieves takeoff in a big way with his crazy, freaky-deaky, hellzapoppin’ showbiz comedy Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). I certainly levitated with enjoyment… At certain moments, watching it felt like inhaling laughing gas mixed with helium…Birdman is a delicious and delirious pleasure.” 5 stars – Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian 25/12/14)

THURSDAY 18 JUNE 2015BIRDMAN (Alejandro G. Inarritu, USA, 2014, 119 mins, Cert 15)

Bar opens 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pm.

Watch trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bqh-UCY6Zg

Birdman_poster

Birdman still 2

birdman still

FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES! BOOK NOWhttp://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

In our Screen 1 – see below (wheelchair accessible at stalls and circle level – please email ahead for our best service). For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

See #Birdman Oscar & BAFTA-winner – here Thur 18 Jun @Beckenham LangleyFilmbox.com

Winner of SIX BAFTAs and FOUR OscarsBirdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) stars Michael Keaton in a barn-storming role with superb ensemble support from Emma Stone, Ed Norton, Lindsay Duncan, Naomi Watts and Zach Galifianakis. A black comedy, Birdman is about a washed-up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, who battles his ego and attempts to recover his family, his career and himself in the days leading up to the opening of his Broadway play. Book tickets below – £8/£5 – no booking fees.

“You’ll believe a man can fly. Or you’ll believe that believing you can fly and flying are sort of the same thing. Either way, Alejandro González Iñárritu achieves takeoff in a big way with his crazy, freaky-deaky, hellzapoppin’ showbiz comedy Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). I certainly levitated with enjoyment… At certain moments, watching it felt like inhaling laughing gas mixed with helium…Birdman is a delicious and delirious pleasure.” 5 stars – Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian 25/12/14)

THURSDAY 18 JUNE 2015BIRDMAN (Alejandro G. Inarritu, USA, 2014, 119 mins, Cert 15)

Bar opens 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pm.

Watch trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bqh-UCY6Zg

Birdman_poster

Birdman still 2

birdman still

FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES! BOOK NOWhttp://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

In our Screen 1 – see below (wheelchair accessible at stalls and circle level – please email ahead for our best service). For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

TONIGHT (Wed) get tkts on door THEORY OF EVERYTHING #BestFilm #BestActor @Beckenham

Over 200 booked for tonight’s great film! BETTER ON THE BIG SCREEN! Everyone is welcome at FILMBOX – the community cinema on your doorstep. Catch up and make up your own mind about one of the top award-winning films of this year – booking open to all now (link below)! Tickets also available on the door.

WEDNESDAY 20 MAYTHE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (cert 12A) – film programme starts 7.30pm, cafe/bar opens 6.40pm.

Retiring collection on behalf of the Motor Neurone Disease Association http://www.mndassociation.org/

Based on Jane Hawking’s book, the film follows her relationship with theoretical-physicist Professor Stephen Hawking.The title refers to Hawking’s quest for an all-encompassing theory of the physical universe, but the pathos of the film is that in ordinary life, not everything can be made to fit and make sense. Compromises must be made; people must muddle through. It is a gentle, tender story of lovers who found friendship during and after their marriage.’ Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian, 1/1/15)

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FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES!

BOOK NOWhttp://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Both films are in our Screen 1 – see below.

For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.
Our audience in the larger venue Screen 1 – the Performance Hall

See one of the FILMS OF THE YEAR! Theory of Everything booking now @Beckenham

BETTER ON THE BIG SCREEN! Everyone is welcome at FILMBOX – the community cinema on your doorstep. Catch up and make up your own mind about one of the top award-winning films of this year – booking open to all now (link below)!

WEDNESDAY 20 MAYTHE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (cert 12A) – film programme starts 7.30pm, cafe/bar opens 6.40pm.

Retiring collection on behalf of the Motor Neurone Disease Association http://www.mndassociation.org/

Based on Jane Hawking’s book, the film follows her relationship with theoretical-physicist Professor Stephen Hawking.The title refers to Hawking’s quest for an all-encompassing theory of the physical universe, but the pathos of the film is that in ordinary life, not everything can be made to fit and make sense. Compromises must be made; people must muddle through. It is a gentle, tender story of lovers who found friendship during and after their marriage.’ Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian, 1/1/15)

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FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES!

BOOK NOWhttp://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Both films are in our Screen 1 – see below.

For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.
Our audience in the larger venue Screen 1 – the Performance Hall

Next Thurs 7/5 one of the top FILMS OF THE YEAR! Boyhood booking now @Beckenham

Everyone is welcome at FILMBOX – the community cinema on your doorstep. Catch up and make up your own mind about the two top award-winning films of this year – booking open to all now (link below)!

THURSDAY 7 MAYBOYHOOD (cert 15) –  film programme starts 7.30pm, cafe/bar opens 6.40pm.

Filmed over 12 years, Richard Linklater’s film follows an ordinary American family through its inevitable changes and challenges – ‘…while there is inevitable fascination to be found in the changing faces of fashion and technology that occur around them, our primary focus is always the people themselves and the strangely fluid consistency of their personal strengths and foibles… While other directors may appear to be looking at their characters, Linklater seems to be looking with them, sharing in their hopes and dreams, encouraging and allowing us to do the same.’ Mark Kermode (The Observer, 14/7/14)

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WEDNESDAY 20 MAYTHE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (cert 12A) – film programme starts 7.30pm, cafe/bar opens 6.40pm.

Accompanied under 18s very welcome. Retiring collection on behalf of the Motor Neurone Disease Association http://www.mndassociation.org/

Based on Jane Hawking’s book, the film follows her relationship with theoretical-physicist Professor Stephen Hawking.The title refers to Hawking’s quest for an all-encompassing theory of the physical universe, but the pathos of the film is that in ordinary life, not everything can be made to fit and make sense. Compromises must be made; people must muddle through. It is a gentle, tender story of lovers who found friendship during and after their marriage.’ Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian, 1/1/15)

the-theory-of-everything-poster-2

FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES!

BOOK NOWhttp://www,ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Both films are in our Screen 1 – see below.

For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.
Our audience in the larger venue Screen 1 – the Performance Hall

See the FILMS OF THE YEAR! Boyhood & Theory of Everything booking now @Beckenham

Everyone is welcome at FILMBOX – the community cinema on your doorstep. Catch up and make up your own mind about the two top award-winning films of this year – booking open to all now (link below)!

THURSDAY 7 MAYBOYHOOD (cert 15) –  film programme starts 7.30pm, cafe/bar opens 6.40pm.

Filmed over 12 years, Richard Linklater’s film follows an ordinary American family through its inevitable changes and challenges – ‘…while there is inevitable fascination to be found in the changing faces of fashion and technology that occur around them, our primary focus is always the people themselves and the strangely fluid consistency of their personal strengths and foibles… While other directors may appear to be looking at their characters, Linklater seems to be looking with them, sharing in their hopes and dreams, encouraging and allowing us to do the same.’ Mark Kermode (The Observer, 14/7/14)

Boyhood-movie-poster

WEDNESDAY 20 MAYTHE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (cert 12A) – film programme starts 7.30pm, cafe/bar opens 6.40pm.

Retiring collection on behalf of the Motor Neurone Disease Association http://www.mndassociation.org/

Based on Jane Hawking’s book, the film follows her relationship with theoretical-physicist Professor Stephen Hawking.The title refers to Hawking’s quest for an all-encompassing theory of the physical universe, but the pathos of the film is that in ordinary life, not everything can be made to fit and make sense. Compromises must be made; people must muddle through. It is a gentle, tender story of lovers who found friendship during and after their marriage.’ Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian, 1/1/15)

the-theory-of-everything-poster-2

FREE PARKING – NO BOOKING FEES!

BOOK NOWhttp://www,ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Both films are in our Screen 1 – see below.

For full details of FILMBOX Community Cinema – http://www.langleyfilmbox.com

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.
Our audience in the larger venue Screen 1 – the Performance Hall

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