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Action and Adventure, Comedy, Crime
In contrast to the Bond franchise's trend of increasingly dark and serious offerings over recent years, Kingsman: The Sceret Service is a welcome throwback to an era of quips, outrageous villains with decadent hideouts and preposterous plots, ingeniously updated for the smartphone generation. Adapted from a graphic novel, the film sees a suave, veteran secret agent take a young upstart from the wrong side of the tracks under his wing, as an eccentric billionaire threatens to wipe out the world’s population. Impeccably stylish and enormously entertaining, with an A-list cast gamely sending up their own images, the film is also extremely violent, containing some genuinely shocking moments amidst the fun and exhilarating set pieces.
The third James Bond film sees the secret agent take on a villain who plans to detonate an atomic device in order to contaminate US gold reserves.
7+ years 105 mins
It's 1970s Cold War Britain and someone is leaking secrets to the Russians. Cue a tangled web of lies, deceit and creeping paranoia.
14+ years 122 mins
This prequel rewinds the highly successful X-Men saga and goes back to where Charles Xavier’s school for mutants all began.
11+ years 126 mins
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Reporter Archie on the impact of large corporations buying out smaller film companies and studios, and its effect on cinematic creativity.
Reading time 4 mins
On the Aberystwyth Arts Centre stage where he did many of his first performances, actor Taron Egerton discussed his career with our reporter Dewi.
Reading time 2 mins
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