Save the Cinema



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 70%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 847

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN
May 23, 2022 at 03:48 PM


Top cast

Samantha Morton as Liz Evans
Tom Felton as Richard Goodridge
Jonathan Pryce as Mr. Morgan
Owain Yeoman as David Evans
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by chris_rowe-881-168820 10 / 10

Heart warming

I just wanted to note the other review for criticising a true story for being predictable, unremarkable and having not enough funny characters.... In a TRUE STORY, I mean imagine being that daft wanting the chuckle brothers involved just for some banter.

It's a heartwarming film about someone who cared about something which is alien in 2022, I mean care, not sit on the internet typing good words to look like you're a good person. It's just a feel good, honest film that shows you the hood in people.

Whilst letting governments tax people to near poverty we risk losing the traditions and charm that made this country great, at some point it'll become uninhabitable in the uk as it can't be cost effective unless you're in the one percent.

I miss how the uk used to be, community spirit, charm and togetherness, real togetherness not cheap clapping ploys for photos, but a real big hearted safe community.

Reviewed by magormarc 10 / 10

A heartwarming true story.

With an excellent central performance of Samantha Morton, Save the Cinema will have you laughing out loud one minute and wiping a tear away a moment later. Morton plays 'Liz the Lyric' beautifully, and although she makes the part her own, it is obvious that Morton and the production team have had access to archive documentary footage with snippets of real life dialogue faithfully and skillfully re-enacted.

A stellar supporting cast (a who's who of Welsh talent) topped by Tom Felton as a town councillor and Johnathon Pryce as her inspirational retired school teacher are swept up in Liz's quest to save the condemned cinema of the title.

The fictional elements woven into the historical facts pluck at the heartstrings, particularly with Pryce's reminiscences of watching Goodnight Mr Chips, which led him to becoming a teacher. The film is a wonderful testament to the efforts of a women and the legions of helpers and children she inspired.

The accompanying documentary Save the Cinema: Behind the Curtain on SKY is a recommended watch, presented by two of Liz's real life sons, Mark and Wynne (of Go Compare infamy!)

Reviewed by stevestaxis 10 / 10

Great little film

Fun movie based on the true facts about how passionate people can do inspirational things , a great tribute to a woman who did more for the town than any politician and the people who knew her and the lives she touched.

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