8 Films To See At The Cinema For Just £8

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8 Films To See At The Cinema For Just £8

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Tarantino's eighth.

Awards season is upon us, cinema screens are full of titans of film vying with Oscar-bait — and Vue tickets are just £8 with YPlan. Seems like a good time to go catch a movie — here's the eight at the top of our list.

1. The Revenant

Whether or not Leo wins his gong, this is an epic Western to behold. Alejandro González Iñárritu's latest sees a vengeful DiCaprio battle bears, the elements, raw liver and Tom Hardy. Not one for the faint of heart.

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2. The Big Short

A film about financial meltdown might not sound like a white-knuckle ride, but this tale of four prescient number-crunchers in pre-credit crunch America has picked up nominations from the Oscars, Baftas and Golden Globes. Oh, and it stars Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Steve Carell and Christian Bale.

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3. The Hateful Eight

Put a host of big-name stars on an 800-acre ranch in Colorado with Quentin Tarantino and this is what you get. A big, bloody Western with buckets of attitude and the idiosyncratic director's trademark cinematography.

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4. Joy

Jennifer Lawrence has grown up since her Hunger Games days. She's a strong lead in this rags-to-riches tale where the Home Shopping Network and the Miracle Mop come together to make an unlikely American Dream come true.

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Redmayne's Danish girl.

5. Carol

Everyone's been swooning over Cate Blanchett's latest performance, though we can't think of a time Blanchett hasn't inspired tremors of adulation in all the critics. This is 1950s America at its gorgeous — and stifling.

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6. The Danish Girl

Another star turn for Eddie Redmayne after his Oscar-winning portrayal of Stephen Hawking, this time as Lili Elbe, the first transgender woman to undergo sex reassignment surgery.

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7. Creed

Rocky returns, this time with Sylvester Stallone outside the ring, coaching the son of his late friend and opponent, Apollo Creed. Ryan Coogler of Fruitvale Station is in the director's chair.

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8. Room

Ok, this post-traumatic drama based on the case of based on the blood-curdlingly awful Fritzl case isn't exactly a feel-good romp. But it's scooped up a full house of nominations, not least for Brie Larson's gripping performance.

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Last Updated 28 January 2016