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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: Her


Spling's Pick of the Week - Her at V&A Waterfront

HER @ V&A WATERFRONT (20 Apr)

Her's authentic, playful and creative perspective is all thanks to the mind of Spike Jonze. He brings us a slice-of-life from the future, presenting a very possible trajectory and examining it from the inside out. It's a wonderful, thought-provoking and smart film that connects with us in all the disconnectedness and frailty of life, examining what it means to be human and serving up an original film experience, powered home by a typically strong performance from Joaquin Phoenix.

This quirky, unconventional and futuristic love story is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: The NeverEnding Story


Spling's Pick of the Week - The Neverending Story at Kelvin Grove

THE NEVERENDING STORY @ KELVIN GROVE (16 Apr)

The NeverEnding Story may be slightly dated in terms of visual effects and make up, but still holds up today with Wolfgang Petersen's eternal promise of imagination and faraway kingdoms. The magical tale holds its own charm with visual effects that carry real presence as the power of reading is laced into a vivid story that continues to enthrall viewers decades later...

The iconic and memorable The NeverEnding Story leaves a slew of memories... from a fascinating rock-eating rock giant, a sorrowful marsh, a delightful luck dragon, an epic desert crossing and the dreaded nothingness. It's wonderful to be immersed in this world of make-believe, so much so that you'll be forgiven for bopping to Limahl's The NeverEnding Story theme song as the credits roll.

This magical whirlwind adventure is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: E.T.


Spling's Pick of the Week - E.T. at Hillcrest Quarry

E.T. @ HILLCREST QUARRY (4 Apr)

Steven Spielberg is a juggernaut of a filmmaker and E.T. - The Extraterrestrial was one of his first triumphs. This heartfelt alien sci-fi fantasy adventure happens on earth, as much like a stray dog, an alien finds a home with an American family in the suburbs. Whilst often portrayed as invasive, aggressive and anonymous forces... Spielberg turned the alien sci-fi genre on its head with this simple, heartfelt, funny and thrilling film. E.T. has softened the hearts of many viewers, spinning an imaginative and magical story about a boy and his not-so-imaginary best friend. The Galileo is the perfect setting to watch moonlit bicycles!

Steven Spielberg's classic sci-fi adventure is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: Life of Pi


Spling's Pick of the Week - Life of Pi @ Anthonij Rupert Wine Estate

LIFE OF PI @ ANTHONIJ RUPERT (1 Apr)

Life of Pi is a spectacular film and Ang Lee has brought an eye-popping sense of beauty to this simple yet remarkable story of human will power, faith, hope and courage under fire. The message is transcendent and thought-provoking remaining true to the spirit of the novel. The visual effects will enchant you for days and the storytelling is elemental - flowing like water from one scene to the next.

This epic adventure drama holds strong delivering wave after wave of entertainment value and quality. For a story about a boy, a tiger and a boat... Life of Pi has the depth of thought, performance and artistry to keep you locked in, fascinated and amazed, making it a definite must-see.

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This breathtakingly mesmerising adventure drama is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: The Sound of Music


Spling's Pick of the Week - The Sound of Music @ V&A Waterfront

THE SOUND OF MUSIC @ V&A WATERFRONT (23 Mar)

Just like The Wizard of Oz, The Sound of Music has ingratiated itself in pop culture to the point of ridicule. From spinning through the hills with automatic weapons to constant sitcom references, it's very difficult to avoid The Sound of Music or people breaking into song "The hills are aliveā€¦". This is just a testament to the popularity of the musical, which in its time was a massive box office sensation with many people returning to the cinemas to watch it again and again. The brilliant and unforgettable soundtrack drives dazzling colours and epic vistas of the Austrian Alps as the ever-enchanting Julie Andrews waltzes into our hearts. It garnered 10 Oscar nominations in its year, winning five of them including best picture. A crowd pleaser, this Rodgers and Hammerstein musical has all the right ingredients for a feelgood movie whether you sing along or not.

This colourful and infectious musical is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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