ODEON Magazine January 2017 - Page 6

Passengers Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are lost in space in this thrilling sci-fi drama. Live By Night Ben Affleck stars as a prohibition gangster living life on the edge. Elle A businesswoman seeks retribution in this cat-and-mouse caper. Photo: © A24 PHOTO: © 2016 PARAMOUNT PICTURES Outside Bets Silence The Religious Epic 20th Century Women Set in 17th-century Japan, two Jesuit priests go in search of their missing mentor in this beautiful but brutal historical drama from Martin Scorsese. Star Liam Neeson has yet to win a major acting gong – could 2017 finally be his year? Awards potential: Best Picture, Director, Supporting Actor, Adapted Screenplay. Three women, from different generations, attempt to navigate their way through the heady days of the 1970s in this brilliantly observed and very funny comedy drama. Annette Bening is sensational. Awards potential: Best Actress, Supporting Actress. See it from 1 January See it from 20 January The Family Exposé Jackie 3 The United States of America was irrevocably changed on 22 November 1963, when its then President, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. This moving biography relays those dark days through the eyes of Kennedy’s beautiful and iconic wife, Jacqueline Lee Kennedy. With a Watch the trailer spellbinding turn Star Turns: Natalie Portman 1. Black Swan 2. The Other Boleyn Girl 3. Léon 6 odeon.co.uk from Natalie Portman as the bereft First Lady (at time of writing, the Black Swan actress has already procured several nominations for her performance), expect Pablo Larraín’s beautifully made drama to win big. Awards potential: Best Picture, Director, Actress, Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay. See it from 20 January “Portman flutters like a sail in a brisk wind” – Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out Photo: © TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORPORATION The Intimate Portrait