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    Menopause - yoga The Space, Yoga and Healing Studio, 4 & 5 Upper High St, Thame, Oxon, OX9 3ES Sat 31 Jan: 2 - 5 pm

    Education in a free society Oxford Town Hall Judge's Room, Saint Aldate's, Oxford OX1 1BX Thu 29 Jan: 7.30-9pm

    South Oxford Neighbourhood Forum St Luke's Church Wed 4 Feb: 7.00pm to 9.00pm

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    Understanding Your Digital SLR Camera
    Book by Mon, 26 January

    (Starts Sun, 1 February)

    Creative Positive Parenting Workshop
    Book by Mon, 26 January

    (Starts Tue, 27 January)

    Balancing Business Innovation with Data Protection?
    Book by Mon, 26 January

    (Starts Mon, 26 January)

    Introduction to Archery at Hill End for adults (19+)
    Book by Mon, 26 January

    (Starts Fri, 30 January)

    Creative Writing: Short Stories (adult class, 16+)
    Book by Wed, 28 January

    (Starts Wed, 28 January)

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    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Sunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer (Miles Teller) is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor (J.K. Simmons) in Sundance hit. Runtime: 107 mins

    1.15, 3.45, 6.15, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Imitation Game [12A]

    The story of the Bletchley Park codebreakers, starring Cumberbatch and Knightley.
    Subtitles: Fri: 3.00pm, Tue: 8.20pm Runtime: 114 mins

    3.00, 5.40, 8.20pm

    I enjoyed the film but was irritated at the many inaccuracies. Despite these lapses, it's a colourful film and Cumberbatch...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Taken 3 [12A]

    He has a very particular set of skills. Runtime: 109 mins

    12.20pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Sunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    12.10, 3.10, 6.15, 9.15pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Annie [PG]

    It's a hard knock life for Quvenzhané Wallis in modern musical remake. Runtime: 118 mins

    12.45pm

    Cinema, Music, Comedy, Today, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 119 mins

    12.30, 6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac.
    Subtitles: Mon 9.00pm Runtime: 108 mins

    6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    James Cordon and Emily Blunt must steal Jack's cow, Little Red's riding hood, Rapunzel's ponytail and Cinderella's slipper if Meryl Streep's wicked witch is to lift their tragic curse. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.00, 4.00, 7.00pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    Michael Bond's lovable bear brought to the big screen. Runtime: 95 mins

    11.00am, 1.20, 4.10pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) is falsely accused of murder, and he's not very happy about it. Runtime: 109 mins

    6.45, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey of self-discovery after personal crisis. Runtime: 115 mins

    3.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue: 5.40pm Runtime: 123 mins

    12.00, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Odeon Kids: The Unbeatables (2D) [U]

    Table-footballers come alive in animated adventure, starring Rupert Grint and Rob Brydon. For children and parents only; no unaccompanied adults. Runtime: 97 mins

    10.00am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, Today, This Week

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Sunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 123 mins

    6.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    A Place In The Sun [U]

    1951 romantic drama. A poor, handsome young man falls for two different women working in his wealthy uncle's factory. Runtime: 122 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Vintage, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Big Eyes [12A]

    Tim Burton's interpretation of the life and painting of Walter and Margaret Keane. Runtime: 106 mins

    8.30pm

    Cinema, Art, Biopic, Today, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Sunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford.
    Subtitles: Thu: 12noon Runtime: 129 mins

    11.30am, 6.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Foxcatcher [15]

    Psychological thriller based on the true story of Olympic wrestlers and their multi-millionaire coach.
    Subtitles: Tue: 11.45am Runtime: 134 mins

    12.00, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Thriller, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Winter Sleep [15]

    Engrossing guilt-ridden drama about a Turkish family snowed in to the hotel they run. Turkish/English with subs. Epically-long Palme d'Or winner. Runtime: 196 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Foreign Language, Today, This Week

    Bolshoi Ballet: Swan Lake

    Bolshoi's 2015 production of Tchaikovsky's immortal love story.

    3.00pm

    Cinema, Classical Music, Ballet, Romance, Today, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Sunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    3.30, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Autism Friendly: Alexander & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day [PG]

    Family fun as one calamity after another befalls the Cooper clan. Screening for those on the autism spectrum and their carers and friends. Runtime: 81 mins

    10.00am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, This Week

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    10.45am, 2.00, 5.15, 8.30pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Annie [PG]

    It's a hard knock life for Quvenzhané Wallis in modern musical remake. Runtime: 118 mins

    11.30am, 2.30pm

    Cinema, Music, Comedy, Today, This Week

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac. Runtime: 108 mins

    3.45, 6.30, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    Sondheim fairytale crossover musical, with Meryl Streep. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.15, 4.15, 7.15pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Mortdecai [12A]

    Johnny Depp is a rogue aristocratic art dealer attempting to evade angry Russians and MI5 in search for Nazi gold. Runtime: 106 mins

    12.45, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb [PG]

    Larry has to embark on epic quest to London to save the magic of the museum. Starring Ben Stiller and the late great Robin Williams. Runtime: 97 mins

    10.30am, 1.00pm

    Museum, Cinema, Comedy, Today, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    Michael Bond's lovable bear brought to the big screen.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 95 mins

    10.00am, 12.30, 3.00, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Penguins of Madagascar [U] (2D)

    The penguins join a covert interspecies agency. Runtime: 92 mins

    10.15am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Today, This Week

    Peter Pan [PG]

    1950s version of J M Barrie's modern fairytale.

    10.45am

    Cinema, Today, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    He has a very particular set of skills.
    Subtitles: Tue: 9.30pm Runtime: 109 mins

    1.15, 4.00, 6.45, 7.45, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies [12A] (2D)

    Bilbo and co. stuck between a dragon and numerous armies in a battle for Middle Earth. Runtime: 144 mins

    4.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Action, Fantasy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Sequel

    KIDS AM: The Nut Job [U]

    A squirrel and friends attempt a nut robbery and become entangled in a bank robbery. Runtime: 85 mins

    10.30am

    Cinema, Comedy, Animation, Action, Today, This Week

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor played by Oscar-nominated J.K. Simmons. Runtime: 107 mins

    8.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    10.30am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Gambler [15]

    Mark Wahlberg is an English professor and prolific gambler in a pickle with a loan shark. Remake of 1974 film with James Caan. Runtime: 111 mins

    12.45, 5.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Family FriendlySunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    Odeon Kids: Dolphin Tale 2 [U]

    True story of a dolphin with a prosthetic tail. Runtime: 107 mins

    10.30am

    Odeon George Street, George Street, Oxford OX1 2BL

    Show all dates/times

    Eco, Cinema, Family Friendly, Today, This Week

    Courses and WorkshopsSunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    Directing Drama for Film & TV Film Oxford

    Learn the principles of directing drama for the screen and how to apply them to practice.

    10-6pm £162/£90cons

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM), 54 Catherine St, Oxford OX4 3AH

    ...filmoxford.org... Email Me 01865 792731

    Booking advised by 16 Nov 2014 Book tickets

    Show all dates/times

    Cinema, Courses and Workshops, Art, Today, This Week, Learning

    ArtSunday 25th January 2015 Hide

    Directing Drama for Film & TV Film Oxford

    Learn the principles of directing drama for the screen and how to apply them to practice.

    10-6pm £162/£90cons

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM), 54 Catherine St, Oxford OX4 3AH

    ...filmoxford.org... Email Me 01865 792731

    Booking advised by 18 Jan 2015 Book tickets

    Show all dates/times

    Cinema, Theatre, Courses and Workshops, Art, Today, This Week

    Monday 26th January 2015 Hide

    CinemaMonday 26th January 2015 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Monday 26th January 2015 Hide

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer (Miles Teller) is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor (J.K. Simmons) in Sundance hit. Runtime: 107 mins

    1.15, 3.45, 6.15, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Imitation Game [12A]

    The story of the Bletchley Park codebreakers, starring Cumberbatch and Knightley.
    Subtitles: Fri: 3.00pm, Tue: 8.20pm Runtime: 114 mins

    3.00, 5.40, 8.20pm

    I enjoyed the film but was irritated at the many inaccuracies. Despite these lapses, it's a colourful film and Cumberbatch...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Monday 26th January 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    12.10, 3.10, 6.15, 9.15pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 119 mins

    12.30, 6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Boyhood [15]

    The story of growing up, through the eyes of a child and adolescent. Filmed over 12 years with the same cast. Runtime: 166 mins

    6.00pm

    It still amazes me that everywhere I look Boyhood is receiving huge praise and high ratings. Did I watch the same film as everyone...read more

    Cinema, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac.
    Subtitles: Mon 9.00pm Runtime: 108 mins

    6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Grand Budapest Hotel [15] Pop-up Picturehouse

    Wes Anderson's wacky comedy-drama with an all-star cast. Runtime: 99 mins

    1.10pm

    GBH is a great title for the main theme of the movie, which shows a mid 1930s mittel-european state being trampled over by jack...read more

    Cinema, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    James Cordon and Emily Blunt must steal Jack's cow, Little Red's riding hood, Rapunzel's ponytail and Cinderella's slipper if Meryl Streep's wicked witch is to lift their tragic curse. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.00, 4.00, 7.00pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    Michael Bond's lovable bear brought to the big screen. Runtime: 95 mins

    1.20, 4.10pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) is falsely accused of murder, and he's not very happy about it. Runtime: 109 mins

    9.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey of self-discovery after personal crisis. Runtime: 115 mins

    3.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue: 5.40pm Runtime: 123 mins

    12.00, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Monday 26th January 2015 Hide

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 123 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    A Place In The Sun [U]

    1951 romantic drama. A poor, handsome young man falls for two different women working in his wealthy uncle's factory. Runtime: 122 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Vintage, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Monday 26th January 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford.
    Subtitles: Thu: 12noon Runtime: 129 mins

    11.30am, 4.00, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Foxcatcher [15]

    Psychological thriller based on the true story of Olympic wrestlers and their multi-millionaire coach.
    Subtitles: Tue: 11.45am Runtime: 134 mins

    2.30, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Thriller, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    8.30pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    NT Encore: Treasure Island

    Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure, starring Doctor Who's Arthur Darvill as Long John Silver. Streamed live from the National Theatre.

    12noon

    Cinema, Theatre, Pirates, Books, Action, Tomorrow, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Monday 26th January 2015 Hide

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    3.30, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    11.15am, 2.15, 5.30, 8.45pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac. Runtime: 108 mins

    3.00, 5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    Sondheim fairytale crossover musical, with Meryl Streep. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.00, 4.00, 7.00pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Mortdecai [12A]

    Johnny Depp is a rogue aristocratic art dealer attempting to evade angry Russians and MI5 in search for Nazi gold. Runtime: 106 mins

    12.45, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    Michael Bond's lovable bear brought to the big screen.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 95 mins

    12.30, 3.00, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    He has a very particular set of skills.
    Subtitles: Tue: 9.30pm Runtime: 109 mins

    1.15, 4.00, 5.00, 6.45, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.45am, 7.45pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies [12A] (2D)

    Bilbo and co. stuck between a dragon and numerous armies in a battle for Middle Earth. Runtime: 144 mins

    1.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Action, Fantasy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Sequel

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey to find herself. Runtime: 115 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Tomorrow, This Week

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor played by Oscar-nominated J.K. Simmons. Runtime: 107 mins

    8.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Gambler [15]

    Mark Wahlberg is an English professor and prolific gambler in a pickle with a loan shark. Remake of 1974 film with James Caan. Runtime: 111 mins

    3.15, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Backstreet Boys Film + Live Satellite Performance [15]

    Documentary about the emotional challenges of a boy band comeback. Followed by a live satellite performance.

    7.15pm, midnight

    Cinema, Music, Tomorrow, This Week

    Tuesday 27th January 2015 Hide

    CinemaTuesday 27th January 2015 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Tuesday 27th January 2015 Hide

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer (Miles Teller) is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor (J.K. Simmons) in Sundance hit. Runtime: 107 mins

    1.15, 3.45, 6.15, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Imitation Game [12A]

    The story of the Bletchley Park codebreakers, starring Cumberbatch and Knightley.
    Subtitles: Fri: 3.00pm, Tue: 8.20pm Runtime: 114 mins

    3.00, 5.40, 8.20pm

    I enjoyed the film but was irritated at the many inaccuracies. Despite these lapses, it's a colourful film and Cumberbatch...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Tuesday 27th January 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    12.10, 3.10, 6.15, 9.15pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 119 mins

    12.30, 6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Boyhood [15]

    The story of growing up, through the eyes of a child and adolescent. Filmed over 12 years with the same cast. Runtime: 166 mins

    12noon

    It still amazes me that everywhere I look Boyhood is receiving huge praise and high ratings. Did I watch the same film as everyone...read more

    Cinema, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac.
    Subtitles: Mon 9.00pm Runtime: 108 mins

    6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Grand Budapest Hotel [15] Pop-up Picturehouse

    Wes Anderson's wacky comedy-drama with an all-star cast. Runtime: 99 mins

    7.00pm

    GBH is a great title for the main theme of the movie, which shows a mid 1930s mittel-european state being trampled over by jack...read more

    Cinema, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    James Cordon and Emily Blunt must steal Jack's cow, Little Red's riding hood, Rapunzel's ponytail and Cinderella's slipper if Meryl Streep's wicked witch is to lift their tragic curse. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.00, 4.00, 7.00pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    Michael Bond's lovable bear brought to the big screen. Runtime: 95 mins

    1.20, 4.10pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) is falsely accused of murder, and he's not very happy about it. Runtime: 109 mins

    9.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey of self-discovery after personal crisis. Runtime: 115 mins

    3.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue: 5.40pm Runtime: 123 mins

    12.00, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Tuesday 27th January 2015 Hide

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 123 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Adventure Film Festival: Programme 2

    A series of extreme sport shorts, featuring an ultra runner, snowboarder Jeremy Jones, extreme canyoning and self-sufficient living.

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Shorts, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Tuesday 27th January 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford.
    Subtitles: Thu: 12noon Runtime: 129 mins

    11.30am, 2.30, 5.45, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Foxcatcher [15]

    Psychological thriller based on the true story of Olympic wrestlers and their multi-millionaire coach.
    Subtitles: Tue: 11.45am Runtime: 134 mins

    11.45am, 2.50, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Thriller, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Beyond Clueless [15]

    Documentary about the teen movie genre. Runtime: 89 mins

    6.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Tuesday 27th January 2015 Hide

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    3.30, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    11.15am, 2.15, 5.30, 8.45pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac. Runtime: 108 mins

    3.00, 5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    Sondheim fairytale crossover musical, with Meryl Streep. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.00, 4.00, 7.00pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Seniors: Love, Rosie [15]

    Coming-of-age, will they, won't they flick. One Day meets When Harry Met Sally. Runtime: 102 mins

    11.00am

    Cinema, Books, Romance, This Week

    Mortdecai [12A]

    Johnny Depp is a rogue aristocratic art dealer attempting to evade angry Russians and MI5 in search for Nazi gold. Runtime: 106 mins

    12.45, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    Michael Bond's lovable bear brought to the big screen.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 95 mins

    12.30, 3.00, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    He has a very particular set of skills.
    Subtitles: Tue: 9.30pm Runtime: 109 mins

    1.15, 4.00, 6.45, 7.45, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.45am

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies [12A] (2D)

    Bilbo and co. stuck between a dragon and numerous armies in a battle for Middle Earth. Runtime: 144 mins

    12.45, 4.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Action, Fantasy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Sequel

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey to find herself. Runtime: 115 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Tomorrow, This Week

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor played by Oscar-nominated J.K. Simmons. Runtime: 107 mins

    8.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Gambler [15]

    Mark Wahlberg is an English professor and prolific gambler in a pickle with a loan shark. Remake of 1974 film with James Caan. Runtime: 111 mins

    3.15, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Wednesday 28th January 2015 Hide

    CinemaWednesday 28th January 2015 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Wednesday 28th January 2015 Hide

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer (Miles Teller) is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor (J.K. Simmons) in Sundance hit. Runtime: 107 mins

    1.15, 3.45, 6.15, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Imitation Game [12A]

    The story of the Bletchley Park codebreakers, starring Cumberbatch and Knightley.
    Subtitles: Fri: 3.00pm, Tue: 8.20pm Runtime: 114 mins

    3.00, 5.40, 8.20pm

    I enjoyed the film but was irritated at the many inaccuracies. Despite these lapses, it's a colourful film and Cumberbatch...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Wednesday 28th January 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    12.10, 3.10, 6.15, 9.15pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 119 mins

    12.30, 6.00, 10.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac.
    Subtitles: Mon 9.00pm Runtime: 108 mins

    6.30, 9.00, 11.40pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Foxcatcher [15]

    Psychological thriller based on the true story of Olympic wrestlers and their multi-millionaire coach. Runtime: 134 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Thriller, Biopic, This Week

    The Grand Budapest Hotel [15] Pop-up Picturehouse

    Wes Anderson's wacky comedy-drama with an all-star cast. Runtime: 99 mins

    1.10pm

    GBH is a great title for the main theme of the movie, which shows a mid 1930s mittel-european state being trampled over by jack...read more

    Cinema, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    James Cordon and Emily Blunt must steal Jack's cow, Little Red's riding hood, Rapunzel's ponytail and Cinderella's slipper if Meryl Streep's wicked witch is to lift their tragic curse. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.00, 4.00, 7.00pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) is falsely accused of murder, and he's not very happy about it. Runtime: 109 mins

    9.30, 11.45pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Silver Screen: Fury [15]

    Brad Pitt film about an American tank crew in the Second World War. Runtime: 134 mins

    11.00am

    A gripping WW2 tank drama which had me on the edge of my seat for 90mins. Sort of an adrenalin filled Full Metal Jacket. But the...read more

    Cinema, This Week, War

    Silver Screen: The Rewrite [12A]

    A cynical washed up screenwriter turns teacher and finds love. With Hugh Grant & Marisa Tomei. Runtime: 106 mins

    2.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Comedy, Romance, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Woman in Black: Angel of Death [15]

    WWII-set horror sequel. Runtime: 98 mins

    11.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Horror, This Week, Sequel

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey of self-discovery after personal crisis. Runtime: 115 mins

    3.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue: 5.40pm Runtime: 123 mins

    12.00, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Wednesday 28th January 2015 Hide

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 123 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Big Eyes [12A]

    Tim Burton's interpretation of the life and painting of Walter and Margaret Keane. Runtime: 106 mins

    6.45pm

    Cinema, Art, Biopic, Today, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Wednesday 28th January 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford.
    Subtitles: Thu: 12noon Runtime: 129 mins

    12.00, 2.30, 5.30, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Foxcatcher [15]

    Psychological thriller based on the true story of Olympic wrestlers and their multi-millionaire coach.
    Subtitles: Tue: 11.45am Runtime: 134 mins

    3.00, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Thriller, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Big Scream: Foxcatcher [15]

    Psychological thriller based on the true story of Olympic wrestlers and their multi-millionaire coach. Exclusive screening for parents with babies under 1. Runtime: 134 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Thriller, Biopic, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Wednesday 28th January 2015 Hide

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    3.30, 9.15, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    11.15am, 2.15, 5.30, 8.45, 10.45pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    10.30pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, This Week

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac. Runtime: 108 mins

    3.00, 5.45, 8.30, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    Sondheim fairytale crossover musical, with Meryl Streep. Runtime: 125 mins

    1.00, 4.00, 7.00, 10.00pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    James Bond junior, in a baseball cap. Runtime: 129 mins

    midnight

    Cinema, This Week

    Mortdecai [12A]

    Johnny Depp is a rogue aristocratic art dealer attempting to evade angry Russians and MI5 in search for Nazi gold. Runtime: 106 mins

    12.45, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    Michael Bond's lovable bear brought to the big screen.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 95 mins

    12.45, 3.15, 5.45pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    He has a very particular set of skills.
    Subtitles: Tue: 9.30pm Runtime: 109 mins

    1.15, 4.15, 7.15, 8.30, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.45am

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies [12A] (2D)

    Bilbo and co. stuck between a dragon and numerous armies in a battle for Middle Earth. Runtime: 144 mins

    1.45, 5.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Action, Fantasy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Sequel

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey to find herself. Runtime: 115 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, Tomorrow, This Week

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor played by Oscar-nominated J.K. Simmons. Runtime: 107 mins

    8.15pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Gambler [15]

    Mark Wahlberg is an English professor and prolific gambler in a pickle with a loan shark. Remake of 1974 film with James Caan. Runtime: 111 mins

    2.15, 5.00, 7.45, 10.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Thursday 29th January 2015 Hide

    CinemaThursday 29th January 2015 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Thursday 29th January 2015 Hide

    Whiplash [15]

    Gifted jazz drummer (Miles Teller) is driven ruthlessly by his drill-sergeant instructor (J.K. Simmons) in Sundance hit. Runtime: 107 mins

    1.15, 6.15pm

    Cinema, Music, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Imitation Game [12A]

    The story of the Bletchley Park codebreakers, starring Cumberbatch and Knightley.
    Subtitles: Fri: 3.00pm, Tue: 8.20pm Runtime: 114 mins

    3.00, 5.40, 8.20pm

    I enjoyed the film but was irritated at the many inaccuracies. Despite these lapses, it's a colourful film and Cumberbatch...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac. Runtime: 108 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    3.40pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Thursday 29th January 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    12.10, 3.10, 6.15, 9.15pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm Runtime: 119 mins

    10.40pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    James Cordon and Emily Blunt must steal Jack's cow, Little Red's riding hood, Rapunzel's ponytail and Cinderella's slipper if Meryl Streep's wicked witch is to lift their tragic curse. Runtime: 125 mins

    12.45, 4.45, 7.45pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Royal Opera House Live: Andrea Chenier

    Umberto Giordano opera of the last years of the French poet André Chénier, guillotined during the Reign of Terror in 1794. Broadcast live from the Royal Opera House

    7.15pm

    Cinema, Opera, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) is falsely accused of murder, and he's not very happy about it. Runtime: 109 mins

    6.45, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Silver Screen: Fury [15]

    Brad Pitt film about an American tank crew in the Second World War. Runtime: 134 mins

    2.00pm

    A gripping WW2 tank drama which had me on the edge of my seat for 90mins. Sort of an adrenalin filled Full Metal Jacket. But the...read more

    Cinema, This Week, War

    Silver Screen: The Rewrite [12A]

    A cynical washed up screenwriter turns teacher and finds love. With Hugh Grant & Marisa Tomei. Runtime: 106 mins

    11.00am

    Cinema, Books, Comedy, Romance, This Week

    Woman in Black: Angel of Death [15]

    WWII-set horror sequel. Runtime: 98 mins

    11.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Horror, This Week, Sequel

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue: 5.40pm Runtime: 123 mins

    12.00, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    12.15, 2.00, 3.15, 5.00, 6.15, 8.00, 9.15, 11.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Thursday 29th January 2015 Hide

    Boyhood [15]

    The story of growing up, through the eyes of a child and adolescent. Filmed over 12 years with the same cast. Runtime: 166 mins

    6.00pm

    It still amazes me that everywhere I look Boyhood is receiving huge praise and high ratings. Did I watch the same film as everyone...read more

    Cinema, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 123 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Big Eyes [12A]

    Tim Burton's interpretation of the life and painting of Walter and Margaret Keane. Runtime: 106 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Art, Biopic, Today, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Thursday 29th January 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford.
    Subtitles: Thu: 12noon Runtime: 129 mins

    12.00, 3.15, 6.10pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Foxcatcher [15]

    Psychological thriller based on the true story of Olympic wrestlers and their multi-millionaire coach.
    Subtitles: Tue: 11.45am Runtime: 134 mins

    12.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Sports and Fitness, Thriller, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    3.30pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Toddler Time: Toot the Tiny Tugboat [U]

    Animated novice tugboat. For parents with children aged 1-5.

    11.30am

    Cinema, This Week

    Royal Opera House Live: Andrea Chenier

    Umberto Giordano opera of the last years of the French poet André Chénier, guillotined during the Reign of Terror in 1794. Broadcast live from the Royal Opera House

    7.15pm

    Cinema, Opera, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Thursday 29th January 2015 Hide

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    3.30, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    American Sniper [15]

    Adapted from the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Bradley Cooper. Runtime: 132 mins

    1.45, 8.15, 11.30pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Ex Machina [15]

    Sci-fi thriller exploring the possibility of AI conscience and the moral philosophy of technology. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac. Runtime: 108 mins

    3.00, 5.45, 8.30, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Into the Woods [PG]

    Sondheim fairytale crossover musical, with Meryl Streep. Runtime: 125 mins

    12.30, 3.30pm

    Cinema, Musical Theatre, Fairytale, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    James Bond junior, in a baseball cap. Runtime: 129 mins

    12.00, 1.00, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 6.00, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Mortdecai [12A]

    Johnny Depp is a rogue aristocratic art dealer attempting to evade angry Russians and MI5 in search for Nazi gold. Runtime: 106 mins

    12.45, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Royal Opera House Live: Andrea Chenier

    Umberto Giordano opera of the last years of the French poet André Chénier, guillotined during the Reign of Terror in 1794. Broadcast live from the Royal Opera House

    7.15pm

    Cinema, Opera, This Week

    Taken 3 [12A]

    He has a very particular set of skills.
    Subtitles: Tue: 9.30pm Runtime: 109 mins

    1.15, 4.00, 6.45, 9.30, 11.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Thriller, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.45am

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Wild [15]

    Reese Witherspoon embarks on a 1000 mile journey to find herself. Runtime: 115 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Oscar-tipped story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30, 4.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Gambler [15]

    Mark Wahlberg is an English professor and prolific gambler in a pickle with a loan shark. Remake of 1974 film with James Caan. Runtime: 111 mins

    3.15, 6.00, 8.45, 11.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Saturday 31st January 2015 Hide

    TheatreSaturday 31st January 2015 Hide

    Samantha Shannon in conversation with Andy Serkis Blackwell's Oxford Presents

    Actor and founder of Imaginarium Studios discusses 'The Mime Order', Samantha Shannon's follow up to 'The Bone Season'

    3pm-4pm £5

    Sheldonian Theatre, Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3AZ

    Cinema, Theatre, Books, This Week

    ArtSaturday 31st January 2015 Hide

    DSLR Cinematography Film Oxford

    A 1 day course for those fascinated by the cinematic look of DSLR footage.

    10am-5.30pm £99

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM), 54 Catherine St, Oxford OX4 3AH

    ...filmoxford.org... Email Me 01865 792731

    Booking advised by 11 Jan 2015 Book tickets

    Cinema, Courses and Workshops, Art, This Week, Learning