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By Tarvin Webteam - 23rd March 2016 6:00am
The Family Film at the Tarvin Community Centre this coming Friday, 25th March, is Alvin and the Chipmunks — the Road Chip. This is the forth in the series which begun in 2007 and was followed by the Squeakquel and Chipwreak! In this latest film kids and family comedy animation, music manager Dave (Jason Lee) is not only enjoying a burgeoning career, but a blossoming romance with Samantha (Kimberly Williams-Paisley), a beautiful doctor who works in the emergency room. Through a series of misunderstandings, the chipmunks start to believe that a marriage proposal is on the horizon. Dreading the thought of an antagonistic stepbrother (Josh Green), Alvin (Justin Long), Theodore and Simon embark on a cross-country odyssey to prevent their best pal from ruining their lives. Doors open at 17.30 for 18.00 start and the run time is 1hr and 26 Minutes.
The following Friday Night film is the Danish Girl starring the talented Eddie Redmayne as Lili Elbe and Alicia Vikander, who won best supporting actress Oscar for her portrayal of Gerda Wegener. Inspired by the true story of early 20th century married Danish painters Einar and Gerda Wegener, like David Ebershoff's 2000 book on which it's based, "The Danish Girl" is a fictionalized account of Einar's physical transition to Lili Elbe. The Director, Tom Hooper, has previously been responsible for directing The King's Speech and Les Miserables. Doors open at 19.30 for a 20.00 start and the runtime is 119 minutes.
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