Film Screening 22nd February, 2020

Poster for Frozen II

Frozen II 

5:00 PM, 22nd February, 2020
No Guests

  • PG
  • 103 mins
  • 2019
  • Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
  • Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff

It’s been three years since Queen Elsa’s coronation – and the events that led her to harness her extraordinary powers – and all has been well in the Kingdom of Arendelle. Elsa (Idina Menzel) has ruled in peace and prosperity with her sister, Princess Anna (Kristen Bell), by her side.

When Arendelle is threatened by forces coming from within a mysterious enchanted forest, however, Elsa, Anna, her beloved Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), his loyal reindeer Sven, and Olaf the Snowman (Josh Gad) must set out on an adventure to find the origin of Elsa’s powers in order to save their kingdom.

The newly-crowned highest-grossing animated film of all time, Frozen II is a wonderful follow-up to 2013’s sensationally popular original. With plenty of action, humour, heart, and catchy Oscar-nominated musical numbers, this will satisfy the original film’s most devoted of fans and newcomers alike.

Poster for Cool Runnings

Cool Runnings 

7:30 PM, 22nd February, 2020

  • G
  • 98 mins
  • 1993
  • Jon Turteltaub
  • Leon Robinson, Doug E. Doug, Rawle D. Lewis, John Candy

This uplifting 1993 Disney classic is inspired by the remarkable and improbable real-life Jamaican bobsled team who captivated the world during the 1988 Winter Olympics.

After a fall ruins his chances of being picked as an Olympic Sprinter, Derice Bannock (Leon Robinson) is not quite ready to let go of his dreams of Olympic glory. When he hears a theory that track runners make powerful bobsledders, Derice recruits a disgraced former Olympic bobsled champion (John Candy) as coach and assembles a motley crew of fellow Jamaicans to represent their proud Caribbean Island in the frosty Calgary Olympics.

Loosely based on actual events – and the late, great John Candy’s final film released in his lifetime – Cool Runnings is a nostalgic, slightly cheesy, but ever so heart-warming, testament to the strength of comradery and the human spirit.