February is here! Which means… so is Awards Season! Don’t miss all of the latest and greatest films on the big screen at Vue Cinema. Sit back and relax VIP style with some popcorn and the perfect film, with tickets from just £4.99!

Parking is free after 6pm when you validate your registration in Vue’s foyer. And, if you’re feeling extra peckish, why not grab a bite to eat at Nando’s, Pizza Express, Coffee Delight, Muffin Break, Superbowl UK Hull or 2C Bake House?

Here’s our Quay Picks:

The Personal History of David Copperfield 

Charles Dicken’s classic autobiographical novel gets a comedic makeover and guess what? A lot of this film was shot in Hull’s Old Town! We can’t wait to spot little old Hull on the big screen!

Released 24th January.


Rhythm Section 

Blake Lively looks unrecognisable as she channels James Bond, playing the heroine Stephanie Patrick in this brand new action thriller.

Released 24th January.


A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Tom Hanks stars as one of America’s most iconic TV personalities, Mr Fred Rogers. This beautiful story is based on true events and how adorable does Hanks look in that signature red cardigan?

Released 31st January.


The Grudge

Fancy a scare? Then you deffo want to watch the latest remake based on the cult Japanese horror film Ju-On: The Grudge.


Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn

Join Gotham City’s top lady trickster, Harley Quinn, as she heads off on an explosive adventure alongside a group of fierce females out to rescue a young girl, and themselves, from terrifying crime lord Black Mask.

Released 7th February.



Robert Downey Jr stars as Doctor Dolittle, who has the ability to speak to animals but hasn’t been seen for years. But when a young Queen Victoria falls gravely ill, it falls to the eccentric veterinarian to travel far away with his animal friends in search of a cure.

Released 7th February.



Inspired by Jane Austen’s beloved comedy of the same name, handsome, clever and rich, Emma Woodhouse spends her days playing matchmaker with her friends. But if she’s not careful, her meddling could cause more problems than it solves.

Released 14th February.


Ghost – 30th Anniversary Screening

Dig out your pottery wheel and turn up the volume on Unchained Melody because… Oscar-winning romantic supernatural thriller Ghost will return to the big screen this Valentine’s Day to mark its 30th anniversary.

14th, 15th & 16th February one-off screenings only.


Sonic the Hedgehog

Based on the popular Sega video game, this adventure comedy stars Jim Carrey. Trying to evade capture from the government interested in his extraordinary speed and energy, Sonic must also save the world from the dangerous Dr Robotnik (Jim Carrey) as he plots total domination.

Released 14th February.


Brahms: The Boy II

Brahms is back! Shortly after a young family moves to the Heelshire Mansion, their youngest son befriends a porcelain doll named Brahms. Yet this doll seems to be eerily life-like…

Released 21st February.


The Invisible Man 

We can’t wait for the new supernatural horror based on H. G. Wells’ novel of the same name and iconic cinematic character. After hearing her abusive ex has died and left her millions in his will, Cecilia suspect his death was fake. With lethal events occurring around her, she must somehow prove she’s being stalked by a vicious, invisible man.

Released 28th February.

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