"Twelve angry men and one tough 'bird' walk into a dilapidated Boston warehouse and proceed to blast the building and one another to smithereens in Free Fire, a dizzyingly choreographed — and unexpectedly comedic — shoot-’em-up in which the body count hits double digits, while the bullet count proves downright impossible to fathom. A virtuoso feat of indiscriminate gunplay from director Ben Wheatley — who is, without a doubt, the most exciting thing to hit British genre cinema since Guy Ritchie, minus the latter’s eagerness to sell out — this almost cartoonishly over-the-top action movie crosses the irreverent cheekiness of Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs with the ruthless spirit of 1970s B-movies." Peter de Brugge, Variety
Sun 9 Mar at 5:00 is our Greene Sunday screening; that's great film for the great price of only £2.50, courtesy of local estate agents, Greene & Co. Some tickets are available through normal Lexi channels but there are more available direct from local Greene & Co offices in Kensal Rise and Willesden Green.