REWIND MOVIE MAGIC


They’re some of the most influential and best-loved films, but many of us didn’t get to experience them as they were meant to be seen. Some of us know them only as chewed up VHS tapes; the luckiest of us are yet to discover them. 

All generations whether X, Y or Z can be transported back to when they were originally released in the splendour of original size and surroundings . As Dustin Hoffman said "Mrs Robinson, you're trying to seduce me.”, so join us at the Lumiere soon to relax , rewind and unwind…

-Nick Paris

Lawrence of Arabia

The story of T.E. Lawrence, the English officer who successfully united and led the diverse, often warring, Arab tribes during World War I in order to fight the Turks.

Lawrence of Arabia

The story of T.E. Lawrence, the English officer who successfully united and led the diverse, often warring, Arab tribes during World War I in order to fight the Turks.
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West Side Story

A section of the wrong side of the tracks in the urban jungle is contested by two gangs: the Jets and the Sharks. The Jets are poor second generation whites. The Sharks are Puerto Rican immigrants. The gang rivalry, fueled by ethnic hatred, somehow produces a love story between sometime Jet member Tony (Richard Beymer) and Maria (Natalie Wood), sister of Shark leader Bernardo (George Chakiris).

West Side Story

A section of the wrong side of the tracks in the urban jungle is contested by two gangs: the Jets and the Sharks. The Jets are poor second generation whites. The Sharks are Puerto Rican immigrants. The gang rivalry, fueled by ethnic hatred, somehow produces a love story between sometime Jet member Tony (Richard Beymer) and Maria (Natalie Wood), sister of Shark leader Bernardo (George Chakiris).
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Elvis: That's the Way It Is

To celebrate 85 years of Elvis Presley and 50 years since the film’s original 1970 release, the King returns to cinemas – remastered - with Elvis: That’s The Way It Is, an unmissable event for fans around the world.
On July 31, 1969, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Elvis Presley staged a triumphant return to the concert stage from which he had been absent for almost a decade. His series of concerts broke all box office records and completely reenergised the career of the King of Rock 'n' Roll.
This feature-length documentary and concert film features performances including Love Me Tender, Blue Suede Shoes, Heartbreak Hotel and Suspicious Minds. Crossing the footlights, revealing the legendary singer as a man preparing for an emotional career comeback, the fans who travelled from all over the world for this history-making event.... and the electrifying live performance of the man who gave us rock 'n' roll.

Elvis: That's the Way It Is

To celebrate 85 years of Elvis Presley and 50 years since the film’s original 1970 release, the King returns to cinemas – remastered - with Elvis: That’s The Way It Is, an unmissable event for fans around the world.
On July 31, 1969, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Elvis Presley staged a triumphant return to the concert stage from which he had been absent for almost a decade. His series of concerts broke all box office records and completely reenergised the career of the King of Rock 'n' Roll.
This feature-length documentary and concert film features performances including Love Me Tender, Blue Suede Shoes, Heartbreak Hotel and Suspicious Minds. Crossing the footlights, revealing the legendary singer as a man preparing for an emotional career comeback, the fans who travelled from all over the world for this history-making event.... and the electrifying live performance of the man who gave us rock 'n' roll.
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Angel Heart

Set in 1955, in NYC, where the mysterious Louis Cyphre (Robert De Niro) hires a second-rate Brooklyn divorce specialist investigator, the private detective Harry Angel (Mickey Rourke), to find a missing crooner named Johnny Favorite, who reneged on fulfilling his contract. The disheveled private dick gets paid handsomely for his efforts that take him on a strange and dangerous soul-searching journey to a Poughkeepsie mental hospital, Harlem, Coney Island in the winter, New Orleans and the Louisiana bayou. The tale comes with a Satanic cult twist, as Angel traces the pop singer’s disappearance when he was a soldier in 1943 and hospitalized Poughkeepsie because of traumatic amnesia. After interviewing those who could lead him to Johnny, Angel discovers that they are ritually murdered in a cultish gruesome fashion and the detective becomes the patsy who is setup as the killer. A Stunning 4k Restoration presentation at the Lumiere..

Angel Heart

Set in 1955, in NYC, where the mysterious Louis Cyphre (Robert De Niro) hires a second-rate Brooklyn divorce specialist investigator, the private detective Harry Angel (Mickey Rourke), to find a missing crooner named Johnny Favorite, who reneged on fulfilling his contract. The disheveled private dick gets paid handsomely for his efforts that take him on a strange and dangerous soul-searching journey to a Poughkeepsie mental hospital, Harlem, Coney Island in the winter, New Orleans and the Louisiana bayou. The tale comes with a Satanic cult twist, as Angel traces the pop singer’s disappearance when he was a soldier in 1943 and hospitalized Poughkeepsie because of traumatic amnesia. After interviewing those who could lead him to Johnny, Angel discovers that they are ritually murdered in a cultish gruesome fashion and the detective becomes the patsy who is setup as the killer. A Stunning 4k Restoration presentation at the Lumiere..
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Event Horizon

The year 2047. The rescue ship Lewis and Clark is despatched on a mission to investigate after the spaceship Event Horizon suddenly reappears in Neptune’s atmosphere. The Event Horizon was launched seven years earlier, using an experimental Faster-Than-Light drive that harnessed a singularity to physically warp space around the ship. However, the Event Horizon went missing as soon as its drive was activated. Docking with the Event Horizon, the team find the bodies of the crew mutilated and torn apart. The ship’s log contains recordings of unearthly screams and someone screaming “save me” in Latin. Soon after the crew of the Lewis and Clark begin to experience hallucinations and are then driven to commit suicide in bizarre ways. They realize that the Event Horizon’s warp drive has opened up a gateway to Hell and that the ship has returned bringing something evil with it. -Moira

Event Horizon

The year 2047. The rescue ship Lewis and Clark is despatched on a mission to investigate after the spaceship Event Horizon suddenly reappears in Neptune’s atmosphere. The Event Horizon was launched seven years earlier, using an experimental Faster-Than-Light drive that harnessed a singularity to physically warp space around the ship. However, the Event Horizon went missing as soon as its drive was activated. Docking with the Event Horizon, the team find the bodies of the crew mutilated and torn apart. The ship’s log contains recordings of unearthly screams and someone screaming “save me” in Latin. Soon after the crew of the Lewis and Clark begin to experience hallucinations and are then driven to commit suicide in bizarre ways. They realize that the Event Horizon’s warp drive has opened up a gateway to Hell and that the ship has returned bringing something evil with it. -Moira
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GoodFellas

We celebrate at the Lumiere the 30th Anniversary of Scorcese's classic gangsta pic..Based on the true story of Henry Hill, who lived "the life" since childhood only to turn informant in one of the biggest mob stings in government history, 'GoodFellas' traces the lives of three pivotal figures in the 1960s and '70s organized crime scene in New York. Ray Liotta plays Hill, a local boy turned gangster in a neighborhood full of the roughest and the toughest. The second point of the triangle is Tommy DeVito (Joe Pesci), a born gangster as lethal as he is loyal, and who will eventually become Henry's best friend and confidant. Third is Hill's de facto mentor, Jimmy Conway (Robert De Niro), who stages some of biggest hijacks and heists the mob has ever seen..

GoodFellas

We celebrate at the Lumiere the 30th Anniversary of Scorcese's classic gangsta pic..Based on the true story of Henry Hill, who lived "the life" since childhood only to turn informant in one of the biggest mob stings in government history, 'GoodFellas' traces the lives of three pivotal figures in the 1960s and '70s organized crime scene in New York. Ray Liotta plays Hill, a local boy turned gangster in a neighborhood full of the roughest and the toughest. The second point of the triangle is Tommy DeVito (Joe Pesci), a born gangster as lethal as he is loyal, and who will eventually become Henry's best friend and confidant. Third is Hill's de facto mentor, Jimmy Conway (Robert De Niro), who stages some of biggest hijacks and heists the mob has ever seen..
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The Big Lebowski

All Jeff ‘the Dude’ Lebowski wants to do is go bowling, but when he’s mistaken for LA millionaire big Lebowski and a pair of thugs pee on his rug — “it really tied the room together!” — he’s forced to take action, and so the laziest man in Los Angeles County takes on nihilists, ferrets, and empire tycoons, guzzling White Russians all the while. The Coen Brother’s unstoppable cult classic has inspired countless bowling parties and drinking games, and even its own festival, and we’re happy to bring it back to the Lumiere!!!

The Big Lebowski

All Jeff ‘the Dude’ Lebowski wants to do is go bowling, but when he’s mistaken for LA millionaire big Lebowski and a pair of thugs pee on his rug — “it really tied the room together!” — he’s forced to take action, and so the laziest man in Los Angeles County takes on nihilists, ferrets, and empire tycoons, guzzling White Russians all the while. The Coen Brother’s unstoppable cult classic has inspired countless bowling parties and drinking games, and even its own festival, and we’re happy to bring it back to the Lumiere!!!
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Midnight Express

It was one of the late Alan Parker’s greatest movies – a gut-wrenching prison epic with an Oliver Stone script and pounding Giorgio Moroder music. Midnight Express (1978), produced by David Puttnam, won two Oscars and very quickly assumed cult status. What the filmmakers hadn’t anticipated was just how deeply they had offended the Turkish people or the disastrous consequences their film had on the country‘s tourism industry.

Midnight Express

It was one of the late Alan Parker’s greatest movies – a gut-wrenching prison epic with an Oliver Stone script and pounding Giorgio Moroder music. Midnight Express (1978), produced by David Puttnam, won two Oscars and very quickly assumed cult status. What the filmmakers hadn’t anticipated was just how deeply they had offended the Turkish people or the disastrous consequences their film had on the country‘s tourism industry.
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Taxi Driver

Screenwriter Paul Schrader drew on the mythology of 1940s film noir thrillers for this story of Vietnam vet Travis Bickle’s increasingly psychotic disgust at the nocturnal New York street life he observes from his taxi. Brought to vivid life by director Martin Scorsese – then one of Hollywood’s hot-property new filmmakers – the film is one of the 70s’ most strikingly original works.

Although the film is evocatively rooted in contemporary New York, Scorsese’s camera dwells on strange expressionistic details – such as the sulphurous, steaming sidewalk and abstract neon signs – that contribute to the film’s hallucinatory, nightmarish quality. Centred around a brilliant performance by Robert De Niro, the grim intensity of Bickle’s avenging mania is framed by Bernard Herrmann’s forceful and occasionally nostalgic score. -BFI

Taxi Driver

Screenwriter Paul Schrader drew on the mythology of 1940s film noir thrillers for this story of Vietnam vet Travis Bickle’s increasingly psychotic disgust at the nocturnal New York street life he observes from his taxi. Brought to vivid life by director Martin Scorsese – then one of Hollywood’s hot-property new filmmakers – the film is one of the 70s’ most strikingly original works.

Although the film is evocatively rooted in contemporary New York, Scorsese’s camera dwells on strange expressionistic details – such as the sulphurous, steaming sidewalk and abstract neon signs – that contribute to the film’s hallucinatory, nightmarish quality. Centred around a brilliant performance by Robert De Niro, the grim intensity of Bickle’s avenging mania is framed by Bernard Herrmann’s forceful and occasionally nostalgic score. -BFI
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