Yorkshire Times
A Voice of the Free Press
Jack Bottomley
Media Correspondent
12:00 AM 10th November 2023

Silver Screen Weekly - What's Coming Up At The Cinema From Friday 10 November 2023

Our film critic and media correspondent has been looking and trawling the new releases. Here's what you can see on the big screen this week.

From Friday 10th November

The Marvels (12a)
In this latest entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Marvels sees a crop of new heroes and old ones, in the ultimate fight. Director Nia DaCosta's (Candyman) new ensemble MCU superhero blockbuster sees Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel team up with Iman Vellani’s Ms. Marvel and Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau for a body-swapping mind-bending adventure, that will bring them together or tear them apart. As a new force has torn a hole in the universe and threatens to bring everything crashing down. Co-starring Samuel L. Jackson and featuring action aplenty, fun and a dimension-warping plot, as well as our favourite alien cat's return in the almighty Goose, The Marvels is the superhero team-up you have been waiting for!

Dream Scenario (15)
In writer/director Kristoffer Borgli, we see Nicolas Cage in our dreams!! In this dark comedy fantasy, a hapless family man and teacher Paul (Cage) finds himself at the very centre of celebrity fame, when inexplicably millions of strangers all over start seeing him in their dreams. Initially a wild ride for this man, things soon take a nightmarish turn however, as Paul navigates the darkness that comes with the cult of celebrity. Many are calling Dream Scenario a future classic, with Cage’s performance being called a true tour de force. You many not see a more fascinating and entertains film this year!

Other releases:
The Jester (15) (Horror that sees a Jester masked killer stalks estranged siblings following their father’s death.) - Friday 10th November
My Heavenly City (15) (Mandarin/English drama about three sets of Taiwanese people in New York whose stories interconnect.) - Friday 10th November
A Forgotten Man (15) (WWII drama that sees aSwiss ambassador return home from Berlin following the defeat of Nazi Germany.) - Friday 10th November
Seaside Special (12a) (UK documentary about the preparations and performances for Cromer’s 2019 end of pier variety show.) - Friday 10th November
Thomas & Friends: Tale Of The Brave (U) (Animated Thomas the Tank Engine adventure.) - Friday 10th November
Anatomy of a Fall (15) (Acclaimed crime drama that sees a man fall to his death in mysterious circumstances and his wife implicated as a prime suspect.) - Friday 10th November
The Eternal Memory (12a) (Chilean documentary about Journalist Augusto Góngora and actor/politician Paulina Urrutia, who - after 25 years of marriage - are learning to live with Augusto’s Alzheimer's disease.) - Friday 10th November
Give Me Pity! (15) (Psychedelic thriller/comedy as Sissy St. Claire enjoys her first ever television special, but the music and entertainment show soon detours into a nightmare.) - Friday 10th November
Callas - Paris, 1958 (PG) (Filmed operatic recital by opera singer Maria Callas.) - Saturday 11th November
Tiger 3 (12a) (Indian action/thriller, which is the the fifth instalment in the YRF Spy Universe, as Tiger hunts to clear his name.) - Sunday 12th November
Billy Idol: State Line - Live At Hoover Dam (15) (Billy Idol and his band’s live Las Vegas performance.) - Tuesday 14th November
Stamped From The Beginning (15) (Hard hitting US documentary about the roots of anti-black racism in America and its devastating impact.) - Wednesday 15th November
Queens of the Qing Dynasty (15) (Drama about a suicidal teen who develops a rapport with a Shanghai student assigned to keep an eye on her in hospital.) - Wednesday 15th November
Dolly Parton Rockstar Global First Listen Event (PG) (Country music legend celebrates her new album with this first listen fan event film featuring new songs and exclusive interviews.) - Wednesday 15th November
Skylight (15) (Event cinema of the filmed new production of David Hare's play, directed by Stephen Daldry, and starring Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan.) - Thursday 16th November