As it's the festive season we have not one but two pairs of ODEON tickets to give away. Just tell us which film you want to see the most in the comments below to be in with a chance to win. Competition closes Dec 19th.
As we enter the final month of the year, there's only one film on the horizon that anyone's talking about - Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
The first spin-off of Star Wars looks set to dominate December's box-office and quite possibly the annual one, too. Outside of that, there's definitely a few interesting films to watch out for.
Take a look!
Office Christmas Party
Inspired in part by a SNL sketch, Office Christmas Party sees a hard-partying branch manager (TJ Miller) and his friend and Chief Technical Officer (Jason Bateman) set up a huge Christmas party in the hopes of winning a client. The only problem is that the CEO of the company is uptight, dislikes partying and is the sister of the branch manager. Once the party commences, however, it soon becomes too much for anyone to control...
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Set just before the events of A New Hope, Rogue One sees a ragtag group of Rebel agents, led by Felicity Jones and Diego Luna, on a dangerous mission to steal the plans to a weapon of mass destruction - the Death Star. For Felicity Jones' character, there's a much more personal reason for taking the mission - her father, played by Mads Mikkelsen, is responsible for helping one of the Death Star's main components and has been held against his will by Ben Mendelsohn. Directed by Gareth Edwards, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is sure to be one of the highlights of the year.
Set in France in the 1800s, this animated adventures follows a young girl (Elle Fanning) who flees her rural home and makes her way to Paris where she assumes another identity in the hopes of joining the Grand Opera House as a pupil of ballet. The voice cast features Dane DeHaan, Dance Moms' Maddie Ziegler and singer-songwriter Carly Rae-Jepsen and some beautiful designs and music.
Two people - Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt - are awoken from hibernation aboard a spaceship that's taking them to a distant colony planet. The only trouble is that the journey was supposed to take 150 years and they've been woken up 90 years early - with nobody else to talk to. As they try to get to grips with the situation, they begin to realise that they must have been specifically woken up for a reason. But why?
After the loss of his daughter, a New York advertising executive (Will Smith) retreats from his friends and work, writing letters to Death, Love and Time in order to cope with his grief. Yet, somehow, Death (Helen Mirren), Love (Keira Knightley) and Time (Jacob Latimore) all take on real personalities who visit him at different points and help him understand what he's going through.
Ned (Bryan Cranston) is an over-protective father whose grown-up daughter (Zoey Deutch) has fallen madly in love with Laird (James Franco), a socially awkward Silicon Valley billionaire. At first, the father and soon-to-be son-in-law are a little skeptical of one another, but before long, it turns into a full-on rivalry that'll take them both down.
This Competition is now closed. Congratulations to our winners sarah351 & JonoBravo