On The Rocks

  •   Hawkhurst
  •   Rye
  •   Bermondsey

Hawkhurst

On The Rocks (12A) 97mins

Sofia Coppola reunites with her Lost in Translation star, Bill Murray, for this charming father-daughter comedy.

Rashida Jones plays Laura, a frustrated writer and mother of two who suspects her seemingly perfect husband of having an affair. She turns to her Lothario father (Murray) and together they sneak around the streets of New York in search of answers to life's big questions.

A love-letter to New York City and an exploration of identities in crisis, this heartwarming film also reflects on the differences that exist across the generational divide.

'Murray is once again on deliciously deadpan form as the ageing lothario who has spent his life chasing women, yet longs to be loved by the daughter he idolises' ★★★★ The Observer


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Rye

On The Rocks (12A) 97mins

Sofia Coppola reunites with her Lost in Translation star, Bill Murray, for this charming father-daughter comedy.

Rashida Jones plays Laura, a frustrated writer and mother of two who suspects her seemingly perfect husband of having an affair. She turns to her Lothario father (Murray) and together they sneak around the streets of New York in search of answers to life's big questions.

A love-letter to New York City and an exploration of identities in crisis, this heartwarming film also reflects on the differences that exist across the generational divide.

'Murray is once again on deliciously deadpan form as the ageing lothario who has spent his life chasing women, yet longs to be loved by the daughter he idolises' ★★★★ The Observer


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Bermondsey

On The Rocks (12A) 97mins

Sofia Coppola reunites with her Lost in Translation star, Bill Murray, for this charming father-daughter comedy.

Rashida Jones plays Laura, a frustrated writer and mother of two who suspects her seemingly perfect husband of having an affair. She turns to her Lothario father (Murray) and together they sneak around the streets of New York in search of answers to life's big questions.

A love-letter to New York City and an exploration of identities in crisis, this heartwarming film also reflects on the differences that exist across the generational divide.

'Murray is once again on deliciously deadpan form as the ageing lothario who has spent his life chasing women, yet longs to be loved by the daughter he idolises' ★★★★ The Observer


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