This Week’s Movie Menu (12 – 18 February 2024)

It’s all about love this week at the movies, as the arrival of Valentine’s Day brings with it a new selection of releases that are simply irresistible, from feel-good music biopics to time-bending superhero antics, and beyond…

Movie of the Week


Bob Marley: One Love (2024, dir. Reinaldo Marcus Green)

CAST: Kingsley Ben-Adir, Lashana Lynch, James Norton, Micheal Ward, Sam Palladio, Jesse Cilio, Sevana, Tosin Cole, Michael Gandolfini, Nadine Marshall, Anthony Welsh

CREW: Reinaldo Marcus Green (director, writer), Zach Baylin, Frank E. Flowers and Terence Winter (writers), Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Cedella Marley, Rita Marley, Ziggy Marley, Brad Pitt and Robert Teitel (producers), Kris Bowers (composer), Robert Elswit (cinematographer), Pamela Martin (editor)

PLOT: The life and career of reggae singer Bob Marley (Ben-Adir), who set out to unite the world with his music…


  • The iconic reggae star Bob Marley is given the biopic treatment in this all-encompassing look at his life and career
  • Kingsley Ben-Adir is given the monumental task of bringing Marley to life, and is supported by a cast that also includes BAFTA winners Lashana Lynch and Micheal Ward
  • It comes with plenty of prestige behind the camera, including director Reinaldo Marcus Green who directed Will Smith to an Oscar in King Richard, as well as producers Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner who took home Best Picture awards for the likes of 12 Years a Slave and Moonlight
  • Several members of Marley’s family, including his widow Rita (portrayed by Lynch in the film) and children Ziggy and Cedella, have given their official blessing for the project, and are also credited as producers
  • Listen to your favourite Bob Marley tracks as you see the man himself rise to fame and eventually his status as an eternal icon

Bob Marley: One Love is showing in cinemas from Wednesday 14 February 2024

What’s Showing in Cinemas This Week?


Madame Web (2024, dir. S. J. Clarkson)

CAST: Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott, Zosia Mamet

CREW: S. J. Clarkson (director, writer), Claire Parker, Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (writers), Lorenzo di Bonaventura (producer), Johan Söderqvist (composer), Mauro Fiore (cinematographer), Leigh Folsom Boyd (editor)

PLOT: Cassandra Webb (Johnson), a New York paramedic, is gifted with clairvoyant abilities that allow her to see into various futures. When a mysterious spider-suited assailant (Rahim) begins attacking three seemingly random women – Julia Carpenter (Sweeney), Mattie Franklin (O’Connor) and Anya Corazon (Merced) – Cassandra must put her newfound powers to use…


  • The fourth film in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe charts the cinematic origins of the web-slinger’s clairvoyant ally
  • Dakota Johnson portrays the titular character, with supporting turns by Sydney Sweeney, Celese O’Connor and Isabela Merced as future incarnations of Spider-Woman
  • It is the feature debut of director S. J. Clarkson, who had previously been known for episodes of shows like Life on Mars, Dexter, Succession and Marvel’s Jessica Jones
  • As the Marvel multiverse continues to expand, this film is said to have major consequences for both the Sony universe – which currently has Venom and Morbius wandering about – and possibly even the main MCU
  • For now, this should give you enough superhero energy to last until Marvel Studios’ Deadpool 3 in the summer

Madame Web is showing in cinemas from Wednesday 14 February 2024


The Taste of Things (2023, dir. Trần Anh Hùng)

CAST: Juliette Binoche, Benoît Magimel, Emmanuel Salinger, Patrick d’Assumçao, Galatea Bellugi, Jan Hammenecker, Frédéric Fisbach, Bonnie Chagneau-Ravoire, Jean-Marc Roulot, Yannik Landrein, Sarah Adler

CREW: Trần Anh Hùng (director, writer), Olivier Delbosc (writer), Jonathan Ricquebourg (cinematographer), Mario Battistel (editor)

PLOT: In 1885, Eugénie (Binoche) is a chef who has worked for the famed restaurant owner Dodin (Magimel) for twenty years, and in that time, as they share their combined love of food with customers, feelings have developed between them. However, Eugénie desires her freedom too much to marry Dodin, forcing him to do the unthinkable and cook for her…


  • This romantic French historical drama from Vietnamese-born French filmmaker Trần Anh Hùng (won won the Best Director prize at last year’s Cannes Film Festival) serves up plentiful helpings of love for all cinemagoers this Valentine’s Day
  • Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche and Benoît Magimel share sizzling chemistry that makes you want these connected souls to end up together
  • Somewhat controversially, it was selected as France’s submission for this year’s International Feature Film Oscar, over the presumed choice Anatomy of a Fall – but it didn’t end up being nominated, while the other film scored 5 nominations including Best Picture!
  • Not even the tastiest dish in the world could compare to the absolutely salivating ways in which the food is presented here, which is enough to leave you feeling very hungry indeed!
  • With romance to spare and some absolutely tasty on-screen delights, this might just be the perfect Valentine’s Day cinema trip this year

The Taste of Things is showing in cinemas from Wednesday 14 February 2024


The Promised Land (2023, dir. Nikolaj Arcel)

CAST: Mads Mikkelsen, Amanda Collin, Simon Bennebjerg, Melina Hagberg, Kristine Kujath Thorp, Gustav Lindh, Morten Hee Andersen, Thomas W. Gabrielsson, Magnus Krepper, Søren Malling, Morten Burian, Jacob Lohmann, Olaf Højgaard, Felix Kramer

CREW: Nikolaj Arcel (director, writer), Anders Thomas Jensen (writer), Louise Vesth (producer), Dan Romer (composer), Rasmus Videbæk (cinematographer), Olivier Bugge Coutté (editor)

PLOT: In 1755 Denmark, the impoverished Captain Ludvig Kahlen (Mikkelsen) receives permission from the Royal Danish Court to cultivate and build property on the uninhabitable Jutland heath. However, he soon runs afoul of ruthless landowner Frederik de Schinkel (Bennebjerg), who sets out to make Kahlen’s progress far from simple…


  • This Danish-language Western is an epic feat of historical filmmaking that comes with a crowd-pleasing story, based on Ida Jessen’s best-selling book The Captain and Ann Barbara
  • Mads Mikkelsen reunites with director Nikolaj Arcel, who worked with the actor on the Oscar-nominated A Royal Affair, for a compelling tale of perseverance
  • In addition to a fine supporting cast that also includes Sick of Myself breakout Kristine Kujath Thorp, the film also contains one of the most loathsome villains in recent memory with Simon Bennebjerg’s devious landowner Frederik de Schinkel
  • With its stunning production qualities, from the intricate sets and costumes to some harsh cinematography, Arcel may have outdone himself in the filmmaking department
  • It’s an unexpected gem that you’ll keep coming back to, with themes and revelations that speak to anyone in any language

The Promised Land is showing in cinemas from Friday 16 February 2024


Eureka (2024, dir. Lisandro Alonso)

CAST: Viggo Mortensen, José María Yazpik, Chiara Mastroianni, Viilbjørk Malling Agger, Luísa Cruz, Rafi Pitts, Santiago Fumagalli, Natalia Ruiz, Adanilo Costa, Sadie Lapointe, Alaina Clifford

CREW: Lisandro Alonso (director, writer), Martín Caamaño and Fabian Casas (writers), Carine Leblanc and Marianne Slot (producers), Mauro Herce and Timo Salminen (cinematographers), Gonzalo del Val (editor)

PLOT: Alaina (Clifford) grows weary of her life as a Native American police officer in the Pine Ridge Reservation, leaving her niece Sadie (Lapointe) to travel across space and time, from the rainforests of South America in the 1970s to an encounter with lawman Murphy (Mortensen) in the Old West…


  • Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso takes the viewer on a bizarre but meaningful journey across various points in time and space for his latest cinematic odyssey
  • Alonso reunites with actor Viggo Mortensen, who previously starred in his 2014 film Jauja, and who here takes a sizeable role as a lawman in the Old West
  • Through its magical storytelling, the film explores Native representation in media and how it’s nothing like how things are in the real world
  • It won a fair amount of praise upon its world premiere at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, where it screened among the Cannes Premiere section
  • If you’re up for a transcendent experience that constantly goes to unexpected places, then this might be the surreal movie you’ve been looking for

Eureka is showing in cinemas from Friday 16 February 2024


Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande (2023, dir. Tim MacKenzie-Smith)

CAST: Patrick Patterson, Steve Scipio, Ray King, Derek Gibbs, Pablo Gonsales, Sam Kelly, Joey Dee, Peter Serreo, Mike “Bami” Rose, Desmond Atwell, George Kelly, Jimmy Lindsay, Trevor White, Masta Ace, Jazzie B, Cut Chemist, Jim James, Khruangbin, DJ Maseo, Kool DJ Red Alert, Mark Ronson, Louie Vega

CREW: Tim MacKenzie-Smith (director, producer), Matt Wyllie (producer, editor), David Corfield (cinematographer)

PLOT: In South London, a group of UK-based Caribbean musicians form the band Cymande, and find fame for their mix of jazz, funk, soul and Caribbean grooves in their music, becoming inspirations to many other musicians in the process…


  • The funkiest band you’ve probably never heard of gets its moment in the spotlight once more, thanks to this new documentary
  • Filmmaker Tim MacKenzie-Smith charts the UK-Caribbean band’s unexpected rise to fame across the world, as well as their fading into obscurity by racial boundaries in the music industry
  • Several interviews with modern-day musicians like Mark Ronson and rapper Masta Ace show just how much of an influence Cymande has been on their own musical journeys
  • In addition to the music, the film explores the legacy of the Windrush generation that several band members were a part of, and its own impact on overall British society
  • Between this and Bob Marley: One Love, it’s a damn fine week for fans of iconic Black music that transcends race and all other barriers

Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande is showing in cinemas from Friday 16 February 2024


Someone’s Daughter, Someone’s Son (2023, dir. Lorna Tucker)

CAST: Lorna Tucker

CREW: Lorna Tucker (director), Claire Lewis (producer), Robin Schlochtermeier (composer), TBA (cinematographer), David Potter (editor)

PLOT: Filmmaker Lorna Tucker, who as a teenager ran away from home and ended up sleeping rough on London’s streets, returns to her former haunts to speak with current and former homeless people about their tragic circumstances…


  • This harrowing and deeply honest documentary explores Britain’s homeless crisis and the steps that need to be taken in order to combat it
  • It is a personal project for filmmaker Lorna Tucker, who was similarly homeless as a teenager, and has since dedicated herself to fighting such injustices
  • Tucker interviews numerous people who give heart-breaking accounts of how they were failed by the system, which led to their unfortunate predicaments
  • From its extensive research, the film puts forth to the filmmakers a series of questions about how we can all work together to fix the homeless crisis once and for all
  • Until such a time comes when homelessness is no longer an issue, this upsetting but essential film should lay out all the facts for audiences everywhere

Someone’s Daughter, Someone’s Son is showing in cinemas from Friday 16 February 2024

What’s Showing At Home This Week?


Players (2024, dir. Trish Sie)

CAST: Gina Rodriguez, Damon Wayans Jr., Tom Ellis, Joel Courtney, Liza Koshy, Ego Nwodim, Marin Hinkle

CREW: Trish Sie (director), Whit Anderson (writer), Ryan Christians, Ross M. Dinerstein and Marc Platt (producers), Jeff Cardoni (composer), Matthew Clark (cinematographer), Kathryn Himoff (editor)

PLOT: Mack (Rodriguez), a sportswriter in New York, runs a series of successful hook-up schemes alongside her best friend Adam (Wayans Jr.). However, when Mack unexpectedly falls for one of her targets, handsome correspondent Nick (Ellis), she must decide if she can maintain a relationship without her and her friends’ usual tricks…


  • This energetic new rom-com gives hook-up artists their time to shine under the romantic sun
  • Gina Rodriguez leads a cast that includes Damon Wayans Jr., The Kissing Booth’s Joel Courtney, SNL alumni Ego Nwodim, and Lucifer himself Tom Ellis
  • Pitch Perfect 3 director Trish Sie brings to life a script by Whit Anderson, previously a writer on shows like Ozark and Daredevil
  • It’s a film that explores not just individual love, but the compassion one has for a whole team of would-be lovers
  • For anyone not so keen on trekking to the cinema this Valentine’s Day, this is perfect for a home movie night on the most romantic night of the year

Players is streaming exclusively on Netflix from Wednesday 14 February 2024


This Is Me… Now: A Love Story (2024, dir. Dave Meyers)

CAST: Jennifer Lopez, Sofia Vergara, Ben Affleck, Keke Palmer, Trevor Noah, Kim Petras, Post Malone, Derek Hough, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Alix Angelis, Fat Joe, Bella Gagliano, Sadhguru, Malcolm Kelner, Jay Shetty

CREW: Dave Meyers (director), Jennifer Lopez and Matt Walton (writers), Anna Dean (producer), Lenny Wee (composer), TBA (cinematographer), TBA (editor)

PLOT: A narrative cinematic odyssey inspired by the publicly scrutinised love life of actor-singer Jennifer Lopez…


  • Jennifer Lopez reveals more of her soul than ever before in this highly ambitious visual accompaniment to her new album This Is Me… Now
  • Lopez plays a fictional version of herself under the direction of music video filmmaker Dave Meyers, from a script she co-wrote with Matt Walton
  • Several recognisable faces pop up throughout the narrative, including fellow musicians and actors like Keke Palmer and Post Malone, and even Lopez’s husband Ben Affleck
  • Expect several musical numbers sung by Lopez, and set to some rather fantastical backdrops that defy explanation
  • J-Lo fans will be over the moon as they absorb the emotional and cultural impact that this film is bound to make upon them

This Is Me… Now: A Love Story is streaming exclusively on Prime Video from Friday 16 February 2024


Marmalade (2024, dir. Keir O’Donnell)

CAST: Joe Keery, Camila Morrone, Aldis Hodge, Wayne Duvall, Andrew E. Wheeler, Jane Hammill

CREW: Keir O’Donnell (director, writer), Sarah Gabriel, Marc Goldberg, James Harris, Mark Lane and Jason Shapiro (producers), Brooke Blair and Will Blair (composers), Polly Morgan (cinematographer), Stewart Reeves (editor)

PLOT: Baron (Keery), an imprisoned convict, strikes up a friendship with his new cellmate Otis (Hodge), and they soon plan to make a daring escape. As they put their plan into motion, Baron recalls the story of how he and a beautiful but mysterious young woman named Marmalade (Morrone) pulled off a daring heist to pay for his mother’s medical expenses, but at a devastating cost…


  • An eccentric tale of love and crime awaits in filmmaker Keir O’Donnell’s darkly comic thriller
  • Stranger Things star Joe Keery plays a lovable loser who’s roped into a deadly crime spree, while Aldis Hodge has a memorable supporting role
  • His on-screen partner in crime is Daisy Jones & the Six star Camila Morrone as the title character, a role that’s just as mysterious as that name
  • It marks the directorial debut of actor Keir O’Donnell, who’s appeared in everything from Wedding Crashers to American Sniper
  • With its ambitious vision, as well as an unpredictable narrative, this is a dark comedy you’ll be glad that you decided to check out

Marmalade is available to rent/buy on digital platforms from Monday 12 February 2024


Which Brings Me to You (2024, dir. Peter Hutchings)

CAST: Lucy Hale, Nat Wolff, John Gallagher Jr., Britne Oldford, Genevieve Angelson, Alexander Hodge, Chase Liefeld

CREW: Peter Hutchings (director), Steve Almond and Julianna Baggott (writers), Claude Dal Farra and Brian Keady (producers), Spencer David Hutchings (composer), Karina Silva (cinematographer), Jason Nicholson (editor)

PLOT: Whilst at a wedding, strangers Jane (Hale) and Will (Wolff) decide to spontaneously hook up, only for things to come to a halt when they decide to share intimate details about their past lovers in order to make sure that they aren’t walking into another failed relationship…


  • This charming romantic-comedy puts past relationships under the microscope in unique fashion
  • Actors Lucy Hale and Nat Wolff share solid chemistry as two unlucky-in-love strangers who bond after a failed wedding hook-up
  • Hale reunites with director Peter Hutchings, after working for the filmmaker on the similarly celebrated rom-com The Hating Game
  • It’s the kind of low-key comedy that easily gets by on its wit and charisma rather than bogging itself down with too many genre tropes
  • Mark this as another must-see if you’re a couple this Valentine’s Day looking for a fine alternative to the cinema

Which Brings Me to You is available to rent/buy on digital platforms from Monday 12 February 2024


Some Other Woman (2024, dir. Joel David Moore)

CAST: Amanda Crew, Tom Felton, Ashley Greene, Rick Fox, Brooke Lyons, Amber Ashley Smith, Caroline Raynaud, Matt Fox Seales

CREW: Joel David Moore (director, producer), Yuri Baranovsky, Angela Gulner and Josh Long (writers), Doug Murray, Max Osswald, William G. Santor and Daniel Taborga (producers), Aaron Drake (composer), Jean-Philippe Bernier (cinematographer), Megan Brooks and Cory Livingston (editors)

PLOT: Eve (Crew) is whisked away by her husband Peter (Felton) to a tropical island for seemingly a few months while he works, but soon the months turn into years, forcing Eve to give up on her own dreams and ambitions. However, as island fever begins to set in, Eve becomes more and more disturbed by a strange woman named Renata (Greene), who begins taking over her life piece by piece…


  • Nothing is straightforward in this mind-bending psychological thriller that will have you guessing at every turn
  • Amanda Crew plays the unnerved woman at the film’s centre, with eye-opening support from Tom Felton and Ashley Greene
  • It is directed and produced by Joel David Moore, whom you’ll undoubtedly recognise from the Avatar film series as human doctor Norm (and his Na’vi avatar)
  • The tropical backdrop may seem luxurious, but underneath are deadly secrets that form a rather twisted narrative
  • It’s got twists and unpredictable turns galore, which can only generate more and more excitement the more you read about it!

Some Other Woman is available to rent/buy on digital platforms from Monday 12 February 2024

What’s Returning to Cinemas This Week?


One from the Heart: Reprise (1982, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)

CAST: Frederic Forrest, Teri Garr, Raul Julia, Nastassja Kinski, Lainie Kazan, Harry Dean Stanton, Allen Garfield, Rebecca De Mornay

CREW: Francis Ford Coppola (director, writer), Armyan Bernstein (writer), Gray Frederickson and Fred Roos (producers), Tom Waits (composer), Ronald V. Garcia and Vittorio Storaro (cinematographers), Rudi Fehr, Anne Goursaud and Randy Roberts (editors)

PLOT: In Las Vegas, couple Hank (Forrest) and Frannie (Garr) decide to break up and pursue new romantic partners during the Fourth of July holiday…


  • The long-forgotten classic from legendary Godfather and Apocalypse Now filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola returns to cinemas in an all-new 4K restoration
  • What’s more, this version comes with six minutes of previously discovered material that was thought to have been long destroyed, and has now been re-added with Coppola’s approval
  • After a troubled and expensive production, the film failed to connect with critics and audiences upon its release, and plunged both Coppola and his production company Zoetrope into years of financial woes
  • In the years since, the film has been reassessed as a misunderstood gem, especially with its stunning cinematography by Vittorio Storaro, who also shot Coppola’s Apocalypse Now and Bernardo Bertolucci’s Oscar-winning epic The Last Emperor
  • For Coppola fans, this is your chance to complete your theatrical experience of his classic filmography – and also prepare you for his anticipated new epic Megalopolis, due out later this year!

One from the Heart: Reprise is showing in cinemas from Friday 16 February 2024


Interview with the Vampire (1994, dir. Neil Jordan)

CAST: Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Antonio Banderas, Stephen Rea, Christian Slater, Kirsten Dunst, Domiziana Giordano, Thandiwe Newton, Indra Ové, Laure Marsac, George Kelly, Marcel Iureş, Sara Stockbridge

CREW: Neil Jordan (director), Anne Rice (writer), David Geffen and Stephen Woolley (producers), Elliot Goldenthal (composer), Philippe Rousselot (cinematographer), Mick Audsley and Joke Van Wijk (editors)

PLOT: In modern-day San Francisco, reporter Daniel Molloy (Slater) interviews Louis de Pointe du Lac (Pitt), a vampire who two centuries prior was transformed into an immortal blood-sucking creature by Lestat de Lioncourt (Cruise), who along the way also transforms young Claudia (Dunst) into their daughter and pupil. However, as Louis quickly grapples with the horrors of his new eternal life, he must try and free both himself and Claudia from Lestat’s demonic grip…


  • The successful gothic horror, adapted from Anne Rice’s popular book series The Vampire Chronicles, is back on the big screen for its 30th anniversary
  • Rice also wrote the screenplay for director Neil Jordan, who at the time was coming off the enormous critical and awards success of The Crying Game, for which he won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay
  • The star-studded cast includes A-listers Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt as vampires Lestat and Louis respectively, while Kirsten Dunst made a sizeable impression as young Claudia in a performance that earned her a Golden Globe nomination
  • Despite mixed reviews, the film became a worldwide box office hit after it grossed more than double its $60 million budget
  • It’s since become a favourite among vampire fans, who will no doubt be ecstatic by the opportunity to see this gothic classic in the cinema again or even for the first time

Interview with the Vampire is showing in cinemas from Friday 16 February 2024


Les Misérables (2012, dir. Tom Hooper)

CAST: Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen, Samantha Barks, Aaron Tveit, Daniel Huttlestone, Colm Wilkinson, Frances Ruffelle, Hadley Fraser, Gina Beck, Michael Jibson, Bertie Carvel, Stephen Tate, George Blagden, Killian Donnelly, Fra Fee, Alistair Brammer, Hugh Skinner, Gabriel Vick, Iwan Lewis, Stuart Neal, Ian Pirie, Adam Pearce, Julian Bleach, Marc Pickering, Isabelle Allen, Natalya Wallace

CREW: Tom Hooper (director), Alain Boublil, Herbert Kretzmer, William Nicholson and Claude-Michel Schönberg (writers), Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Debra Hayward and Cameron Mackintosh (producers), Danny Cohen (cinematographer), Chris Dickens and Melanie Ann Oliver (editors)

PLOT: In 1815 France, former convict Jean Valjean (Jackman) vows to turn his life around after he is freed and breaks his parole. Later, he comes across destitute factory worker Fantine (Hathaway), who entrusts him with the wellbeing of her child Cosette (Allen), and police inspector Javert (Crowe) who has vowed to recapture Valjean. Soon, an adult Cosette (Seyfried) becomes romantically involved with Marius (Redmayne), a student revolutionary whose own path eventually intersects with Valjean’s…


  • Tom Hooper’s epic film adaptation of the long-running stage musical version of Victor Hugo’s classic novel returns to cinemas with newly remastered sound and picture quality
  • The sharper audio allows viewers to hear the operatic vocals, famously recorded live on set rather than in a studio beforehand, clearer than ever before (yes, even Russell Crowe’s voice has gotten an uplift)
  • Aside from Crowe, the film features star-studded turns by the likes of Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, and Anna Hathaway whose powerful close-up rendition of “I Dreamed A Dream” earned her an Oscar
  • Cinematographer Danny Cohen’s unusual lensing, an oft-criticised aspect of the film, looks simply astonishing in its new upgraded look on the big screen
  • It’s a modern musical classic that tells a truly epic story with some of the most refined and memorable lyrics and melodies in the history of the medium

Les Misérables is showing in cinemas from Friday 16 February 2024

That’s about it for this week – be sure to come back next week for a whole new set of movies to work up an appetite for!

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