LondonNet’s Top 10 Films

This week’s top ten trending films, courtesy of LondonNet.
[ ] = last week film position in the top ten

Week Ending Tuesday 27th October 2020

1. [ - ] The Secret Garden (PG)

On the eve of Partition in 1947 India, Mary loses her pampering parents to the ravages of cholera. The spoilt orphan is sent to live with an uncle she has never met, Archibald Craven, in his mouldering country pile on the wind-swept Yorkshire Moors.

The Secret Garden showing at these cinemas
Watch the The Secret Garden trailer
Read The Secret Garden reviews


2. [ 7 ] Two By Two: Overboard! (U)

The giant ark is adrift on open seas with best friends Finny and Leah safely on board. Alas, food stocks are running low, jeopardising the fragile peace between carnivores and herbivores. Fate cruelly intervenes and washes the two plucky youngsters overboard.

Two By Two: Overboard! showing at these cinemas
Watch the Two By Two: Overboard! trailer
Read Two By Two: Overboard! reviews


3. [ - ] Summer Of 85 (15)

Sixteen-year-old Alexis Robin prefers to think about death rather than engage with the living. He takes out a sailing boat and capsizes but is rescued by a muscular young man called David. The strapping saviour takes Alexis under his wing and their friendship develops into something deeper.

Summer Of 85 showing at these cinemas
Watch the Summer Of 85 trailer
Read Summer Of 85 reviews


4. [ 2 ] Rebecca (12A)

Handsome widower Maxim de Winter welcomes a new wife to his home, Manderlay, which remains in the iron grip of menacing housekeeper Mrs Danvers and the memory of the master's late wife. A terrible sadness lingers in the corridors of Manderlay and dark secrets bubble to the surface.

Rebecca showing at these cinemas
Watch the Rebecca trailer
Read Rebecca reviews


5. [ 3 ] Saint Maud (15)

Shy, emotionally repressed nurse Kate has recently turned to religion and rechristened herself Maud following a traumatic incident at a hospital. She walks away from the NHS to work in the private sector as a carer to famed American dancer and choreographer Amanda Kohl.

Saint Maud showing at these cinemas
Watch the Saint Maud trailer
Read Saint Maud reviews


6. [ 10 ] Honest Thief (15)

Bank thief Tom Carter falls head over heels in love with Annie Sumpter and decides the time has come to finally share his life with another person. He turns himself in to FBI Agent Sam Baker and promises to return all the money in exchange for a reduced sentence.

Honest Thief showing at these cinemas
Watch the Honest Thief trailer
Read Honest Thief reviews


7. [ - ] Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm (15)

Fictitious Khazakstani television reporter Borat Sagdiyev returns to America with renewed vigour. He intends to gift his 15-year-old daughter Tutar to the US Vice President, which involves meetings with various political insiders including the former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani.

Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm showing at these cinemas
Watch the Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm trailer
Read Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm reviews


8. [ - ] Pixie (15)

Once upon a time in the west of Ireland, Pixie plans to avenge her mother's death by masterminding a heist. The stolen narcotics tumble into the possession of nice guys Frank and Harland. They give Pixie a second chance to start afresh by selling the MDMA to drug dealer Raymond Donnelly.

Pixie showing at these cinemas
Watch the Pixie trailer
Read Pixie reviews


9. [ - ] The Climb (15)

Best pals Mike and Kyle fall out in spectacular style and drift apart. While Kyle recovers with the help of his family and finds love with high school sweetheart Marissa, Mike has no emotional support. He descends into a deep depression and turns to the bottle to dull the pain.

The Climb showing at these cinemas
Watch the The Climb trailer
Read The Climb reviews


10. [ - ] All My Life (TBC)

Gifted chef Solomon Chau falls deliriously in love with Jenn Carter. As the couple plan their wedding, Solomon suffers crippling stomach pains and is rushed into hospital. A scan reveals that he has advanced liver cancer.

All My Life showing at these cinemas
Watch the All My Life trailer
Read All My Life reviews