Whether it's a first date, anniversary or time out with a special one, nothing says ’date night’ more than a trip to the cinema.
With Valentine's Day around the corner, check out our top Valentine’s film picks.
There's something for everyone - you can keep the romance light with comedy 'The Wedding Ringer', or explore the darker side with 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
Valentine’s Day at ODEON - because there's nothing quite like cinema.
The eagerly anticipated film adaptation of the global phenomenon 'Fifty Shades Of Grey', which sees young, naïve student Anastasia Steele begin a torrid relationship with billionaire Christian Grey.
When Anastasia agrees to interview Grey, a hugely successful businessman, the two find themselves powerfully attracted to each other. But as Anastasia will find out, Grey has some very specific tastes when it comes to romance.
Arriving in cinemas just in time for Valentine's Day, 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' is a date movie which is sure to get people talking and pulses racing.
Released on 13/02/15
Jimmy (Kevin Hart) is 'The Wedding Ringer', who provides best man and groomsmen services to people who don't have any friends close enough to fill those roles.
Doug Harris (Josh Gad) finds himself in that situation, and hires Jimmy to be his best man - as well as asking him to provide nine other groomsmen whose names he made up. Together, their plan is to make Doug look his best, but it threatens to destroy everything if it fails.
Released on 20/02/15
The team behind 'The Matrix' bring 'Jupiter Ascending', a futuristic thrill-ride following a lowly cleaner who is destined for greatness and an interplanetary warrior.
On the streets of Chicago, Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis) ekes out an existence scrubbing toilets. But unbeknownst to her, she is next in line to become the queen of the universe. Her fate makes her a target for assassination and it's up to genetically engineered hunter Caine (Channing Tatum) to track her down and ensure she fulfils her destiny.
Released on 06/02/15
‘Love Is Strange’ follows Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina), who have finally married after 39 years together – but immediately afterwards, the Catholic school where George works fires him.
Forced to live apart while they look for a home they can afford without George’s salary, they struggle with the pain of being separated after nearly four decades together, as well as their families’ less than happy feelings about the situation.
Acclaimed by the critics, ‘Love Is Strange’ is a heartfelt story of commitment in the face of adversity.
One of the all-time great movie romances, 'Casablanca is back in cinemas this Valentine's Day Weekend from Sunday 15 February, playing across ODEON Cinemas nationwide.
Rick's Cafe will be opening its doors once again, Sam will be striking up a familiar tune and audiences old and new will have the chance to see a piece of Hollywood history back on the big screen where it belongs.
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