With all the laughs and ballads of the first two, Pitch Perfect 3 is the perfect flick of the summer to get the girl gang together for a night under the stars at Rooftop.
During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill played in this history biopic by Gary Oldman.
Liam Neeson really sticks to what he does best in The Commuter, as he plays a businessman caught up in a criminal conspiracy who must fight to stay alive on his way home from work.
Guy Pearce and Kylie Minogue star in this unforgivingly hilarious snippet into life in 1970’s Australia, and the fashion, aesthetic and morals that etched the era into our memories.
A secret research facility hosts a mythical creature only ever heard about in folk-lore. The creature finds refuge in Elena, a mute janitor who forms an unlikely bond.
Based on a true story, Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star as journalists who attempt to publish a government cover-up during the Vietnam War era. Nominated for 6 Golden Globes.
The third instalment in this action-packed series sees Thomas and his team embark on their most dangerous mission yet.
A man realises he would have a better life if he were to shrink himself to five inches tall, allowing him to live in wealth and splendor. Staring Matt Damon and Kristin Wiig.
This mesmerising animated feature tells the tale of Mary, a young girl whisked into a magical world after discovering an enchanted flower. Featuring the voices of Kate Winslet and Jim Broadbent.
Based on the New York Times bestseller, this incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story about August Pullman, a boy with facial differences, stars Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson.
Twin brothers Peter (Ed Helms) and Kyle (Owen Wilson) set out to discover who their real father is, learning more than they ever wanted to know about their mother’s wild past.
Based on the true story of Molly Bloom, an ex- Olympic skier who ran an exclusive high-stakes poker game. Stand-out performances from Jessica Chastain and Idris Elba.
C’mon and slam at Rooftop, as Michael Jordan and the Tune Squad take on the Monstars in everyone’s favorite nostalgic flick.
A musical full of glitz ‘n’ glam about the birth of modern circus staring Hugh Jackman,Zac Eforn and Michelle Williams, this flick will get you grooving in your beanbag.
One of Wes Andersons best, The Darjeeling Limited follows three brothers on a spiritual journey through India as they reconnect over their father’s recent death.
Oscar-contender Margot Robbie plays Tonya Harding, the foul-mouthed and fiery U.S ice skater whose career was jepordised in a sporting scandal that made global headlines.
Daniel Day-Lewis gives a bone-chilling performance as Reynold Woodcock, a 1950’s London dress-maker whose fastidious life and career is disrupted by his young lover.
When a group of bank robbers set their sights on the Federal Reserve Bank, an elite squad of special police force led by Gerard Butler are the only ones to stop them.
Not for the faint-hearted, this horrifying chapter in the Insidious saga follows a parapsychologist as she investigates a haunting in her own childhood home.
High-stakes, illegal gambling is Molly’s world. When her business is challenged by a rival organisation, Molly must sink or swim whilst avoiding the FBI and underworld figures.
T’Challa, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne.
The third instalment in this romance saga that ravished the world into a hot flush is back and sexier than ever, as the newly married couple must adjust to an unfamiliar lifestyle.
After discovering her husband is having an affair, Sandra (Joanne Lumley) retreats to her bohemian sister’s house in London with a new lease on life and discovers a new romance.
An Acadamy Award nominee for Best Picture, Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) challenges the local authorities to solve her daughter’s murder.
What’s not to love about David Bowie in tights dancing around with life sized puppets? A classic retro film full of musical numbers, come sing-along on the Roof.
The newlyweds embrace their inextricable connection of lust and luxury, but discover temptations from their past are not easily forgotten. Definitely watching this for the plot...
A couple’s regular game’s night turns chaotic as their friend organises a real-life murder mystery party, leading to shoot-outs, car chases and hilarious outcomes.
From director Warwick Thornton (Samson and Delilah) this Australian-Western set in the 1920’s follows Sam, an Aboriginal man on the run after shooting a white man in self-defense.
The story of Tonya Harding, a U.S ice skater who’s sporting career was tainted in the 90’s after an attempt to eliminate her fellow skaters from the competition.
Based on a true story, Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star as journalists attempting to publish a government cover-up during the Vietnam War era. Nominated for 6 Golden Globes.
Set in the glamour of 1950’s London, a highly prized fashion designer’s meticulously controlled life is altered by a new romance with his strong-willed muse.
Jennifer Lawrence plays a Russian agent trained to manipulate with her mind and body. With sights set on a CIA agent (Joel Edgerton), her training is tested as romance blossoms.
While navigating blows from her senior year of high school and strong-willed mother, Lady Bird, a jaded and candid girl yearns for a fresh start by applying for out-of-state colleges.
We’re ending our summer season with this action-packed superhero blockbuster, with an all-star cast and mesmerizing visuals that will melt you into your bean bag!