Win tickets to the Curzon Cinema
The Curzon Community Cinema has teamed up with the Times to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to a film of their choice, subject to availability
TWO films are hitting the silver screen at the Curzon Community Cinema in Clevedon this week.Fans of animation will enjoy family comedy Underdog (U) which stars a dog with super powers.The beagle is stolen by a mad scientist and injected with an elixir. He manages to escape but finds out he has special powers, including the ability to talk.The dog, named Shoeshine, is adopted by a security guard and becomes great friends with his teenage son Jack.Underdog uses his new skills to save people in distress, but the mad scientist continues to hatch a plot to catch him and take over the city.The determined dog becomes a revered superhero and vows to protect the citizens of Capitol City and, especially, beautiful spaniel Polly Purebread, from evil scientist Simon Barsinister.Jason Lee and Amy Adams provide the voices for the animated characters and the comedy also stars Jim Belushi and Peter Dinklage. Underdog is showing from Friday-February 24.* If gore and drama are more your thing then award-winning musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (18) is right up your street.The demon barber is played by the lovely Johnny Depp, who has been nominated for a host of awards including a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for his stunning performance.After many years in exile for a crime he did not commit, Benjamin Barker, now Sweeney Todd, returns to London to find his wife dead and his daughter in the hands of the evil Judge Turpin, who put him behind bars.He opens up a barber shop above Mrs Lovett's Meat Pie Shop and starts his murderous rampage to rid the capital of the corrupt aristocracy.He lures his victims in with his charms before ending their existence with a flick of his razor.Todd also hopes to be reunited with his beloved daughter.The adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's award-winning musical thriller is directed by Tim Burton and also stars Helena Bonham Carter and Alan Rickman.It is showing at the Curzon, in Old Church Road, from Friday-February 21. To check times for both films visit www.curzon.org.uk* The Curzon Community Cinema has teamed up with the Times to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to a film of their choice, subject to availability. The tickets are valid for three months and can be used for any film shown at the cinema during that time. To enter please answer the following question: What was demon barber's former name before he became the notorious Sweeney Todd? * Closes: 9am on February 20. * Usual Archant rules apply and the editor's decision is final.