Your Weekend Cinema 3 Films Out Now: Yardie, BlacKkKlansman and The Equalizer 2 all at #VUE Cinemas

Hey U Guys! Here is our weekend cinema picks…. and you only have to go to a #VUE cinema near you.


Robert McCall is back with the same calm, cool, and collected approach to eliminating any and every dangerous criminal who happens to catch his interest. But how far will he go when it’s for someone he loves? Denzel Washington (Roman J. Israel, Esq., Fences), Melissa Leo (The Most Hated Woman in America, The Fighter), and Bill Pullman (Battle of the Sexes, Independence Day: Resurgence) star in this crime-thriller. Book here:

Yardie Cert 15

Sundance Film Festival London Day 2 01 Jun 2018
Director Idris Elba and Aml Ameen at ‘Yardie’ Q&A during the Sundance Film Festival London Day 2 at Picturehouse Central in London, UK on the 1st June 2018. Photo: JN Davidson/SilverHub 

From Jamaica to London, Yardie tells the story of a drug deal, a gang rivalry, and a young man who has never recovered from the brutal murder of his older brother. The directorial debut from Luther’s Idris Elba, it features a talented cast including Aml Ameen, Stephen Graham, and Shantol Jackson. Book here:

BlacKkKlansman Cert 15

Adam Driver stars as Flip Zimmerman and John David Washington as Ron Stallworth in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKLansman, a Focus Features release. Credit: David Lee / Focus Features

Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) is a rookie detective who decides to go undercover to take down the Klu Klux Klan from the inside. The catch? He’s black. Ground-breaking filmmakers Spike Lee and Jordan Peele have teamed up for this acclaimed comedy-drama about the true story behind Colorado Springs’ first African American police officer. Also starring Adam Driver, Laura Harrier, and Topher Grace. Book here:

Image credit: Robert McCall (DENZEL WASHINGTON) and Dave York (PEDRO PASCAL) are reunited once again in Columbia Pictures’ THE EQUALIZER

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