Film Ratings – Updated Monthly!
Let us know what you think via our Film Ratings boxes!
After a brief hiatus our Film Ratings boxes are back outside the studio theatre. Here you can rave or rage about the films you’ve seen with your fellow viewers. By giving you the opportunity to feed back to us, we can cater our future programmes better to your tastes. We want to encourage a stronger dialect around film, through which we can bring a wider variety of films, as well as educational events, to our ever growing audiences.
If you’re using etickets don’t worry, there will always be a pen and paper to jot down the film title and make your vote count. We would also encourage that you give us any other feedback you have for Cinema at The Courtyard. Whether that be the Studio environment, the programme or a film you would love to see in the future.
With ratings from 1 to 5 we’ll be totting up the averages after each month’s programme is complete and we’ll post the winning film here:
May 22 – Cult Class: Cabaret
“Everybody loves a winner!” Our Cult Classic: Cabaret took to the top spot from our May programme after what feels like thousands of Downton Abbey and Operation Mincemeat screenings! That being said, you all loved them both as they were close behind the 70s classic. So close in fact that we’re still continuing to screen both throughout June. Rabbit Academy was popular with families scoring a perfect 5, whilst our divisive feature of the month was The Worst Person in the World with scores across all five boxes.
April 22 – Hive
The Kosovan drama stole our hearts this month as a group of war widows grouped to form a business, directly against the wishes of the patriarchal society that fights against them. Meanwhile Sonic the Hedgehog 2 picked up a 4.90 to take the top Family Film spot. As for the marmite of the month, The Northman divided you, with a high number of both 5 and 1 star reviews, averaging out at 3.33.