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Latest Cornwall cinema updates and film news on West Briton. Read movie reviews for the latest film releases including 3D movies at cinemas in Cornwall plus, catch up with dramas on TV and see what's on TV tonight and at the weekend.

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    Guardians bring the retro twang

    Guardians Of The Galaxy (12A)FROM its visually stunning opening set to the funky strains of Come And Get Your Love by Native American rock band Redbone,...

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    Echoes of ET as sci-fi goes home

    Earth To Echo (PG)IN 1982, ET phoned home and now another stranded extra-terrestrial requires assistance from pint-sized heroes to safely return to the stars in...

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    Adrenaline rush of a sequel

    The Purge: Anarchy (15)RELEASED in the summer of 2013, The Purge was a guilty and twisted pleasure.Set in a dystopian future America, which has legalised murder...

  • Hail Caesar's dawn of animal magic

    BLENDING state-of-the-art special effects with an intelligent script, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes conjures two hours of animal magic that looks set to be...

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    Russian ballet in Cornish cinemas

    ON MONDAY the Mariinsky Ballet's legendary production of La Bayadère will be broadcast live to cinemas across the UK and Ireland – including...

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    Kermode presents Gilliam

    THE PLAZA at Truro is pleased to welcome back the UK's best loved film critic Mark Kermode on Saturday, July 26, at 6pm.Mark will be introducing a 35mm copy of...

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    Pixar in Concert tickets to be won

    THIS Saturday sees the magic of the Pixar movies brought to life on screen and stage in a spectacular orchestral show at the Eden Project.What's On has 10 pairs...

  • Falmouth's Poly gets animated

    THE celebrated Animated Exeter festival will be screening a selection of the best short animations from around the world at The Poly, Falmouth, on Wednesday at...

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    Britain's answer to 12 Years A Slave

    Belle (12A)BEAUTY is in the eye of the beholder but when that beauty defies the social mores of a prejudiced era, it must be cherished in secret.Belle is the...

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    Town holds film festival this weekend

    THE School of Film & Television at Falmouth University presents the Pixelate Film Festival, showcasing the best work from graduating filmmakers.Inaugurated...

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    Cinema's Monday night specials

    THE PLAZA, Truro, has confirmed the next two titles in the popular monday@eight series.On Monday the cinema is screening The Wind Rises, the final film directed...

  • Gyllyngvase is a cinema for one night

    THE British Red Cross is transforming Falmouth's Gyllyngvase beach into a cinema under the stars for one night only, this Refugee Week. The free double bill...

  • Winning formula with wit and a wink

    22 Jump Street (15)WITH a knowing wink and a profusion of expletives, 22 Jump Street abides by the conventions of a sequel and condemns its dim-witted yet...

  • Hidden world of 'offshore'

    ON WEDNESDAY the award-winning documentary, The UK Gold, will be screened at the Tolmen Centre in Constantine by the village Transition group.This feature-lengt...

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    Slave epic is film club's final movie

    THIS month, as its final screening before the summer break, Hayle Film Club is showing 12 Years A Slave, probably the year's most talked-about movie.Its many...

  • Naughty's seldom been so delicious

    Maleficent (PG)DISNEY'S empowerment of female protagonists, which snowballed in the delightful Frozen, continues apace in Robert Stromberg's fantastical...

  • Get Trashed in Truro Cathedral

    A LOCAL group has been formed to try to address the growing problem of waste in Cornwall. Motivated to take action after viewing the documentary Trashed,...