Cinema

Upton’s nearest cinema is the Didcot Cineworld.

For information on what’s showing and to book tickets, call 0871 220 8000 or go to the Didcot Cineworld web page.

What’s On

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Highly anticipated climax to the world-changing events that kicked off with last year’s Infinity War.

    24 Apr: Wed 11.35pm & 11.35pm; Thu 10.20am, 11am, 12.20pm, 2.20pm, 3pm, 4.20pm, 6.20pm, 7pm, 7.20pm & 8.20pm

    25 Apr: (3D) Thu 11.40am, 3.40pm & 7.40pm

    28 Apr–29 Apr: (Subtitled) Mon 6.20pm; Sun 2.20pm

  • Avengers Double Bill: Infinity War & Endgame

    Be one of the first to watch the highly anticipated Avengers conclusion, alongside a screening of Infinity War.

    24 Apr: Wed 8.30pm

  • Captain Marvel

    Danvers (Larson) is a fighter with the Kree Starforce who finds herself on Earth, and encountering Agent Nick Fury (Jackson). The storyline doesn’t give Larson a lot of time to establish a persona, but her charm, style and ass-kicking make her Marvel’s coolest customer and whatever it lacks in heart, it makes up for with sheer likeability.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon–Wed, Sat & Sun 4.45pm

  • Dumbo

    In this remake of the 1941 film, one-armed circus worker Holt (Farrell) is struggling to reconnect with his bereft children while a certain large-eared pachyderm is figuring out the ropes. It looks lovely, but there’s a lot of extra plot shovelled in and it’s arguably overloaded, compared to the sincerity and simplicity of the original.

    21 Apr–24 Apr: Mon 10am, 12.45pm, 3.15pm & 6pm; Tue 3.20pm & 6pm; Wed 2.45pm & 5.45pm; Sun 10am, 12.45pm, 3.15pm & 6pm

  • Fisherman's Friends

    Danny (Mays) is a music industry talent handler who arrives in Cornwall on a stag night, and discovers the titular (real-life) folk singers and signs them. Mays is a watchable lead and generates rom-com chemistry with Middleton, the daughter of the group’s grouchy Jim (Purefoy). An undemanding yarn with nevertheless the power to do some cockle-warming.

    21 Apr–24 Apr: Mon–Wed & Sun 2pm

  • Greta

    Frances (Moretz) is a young waitress trying to make her way in New York, whose life changes when she returns a found handbag to its owner, Greta (Huppert). A stalker thriller with full commitment from the leads, but littered with plot holes; a nightmarish fantasy which falls apart if you think about it.

    20 Apr–25 Apr: Mon 8.45pm; Tue & Wed 6.30pm & 8.45pm; Thu 4.45pm; Sat & Sun 6.30pm & 8.45pm

    22 Apr: (Subtitled) Mon 6.30pm

  • Hellboy

    The Descent director Neil Marshall resurrects the comic book anti-hero, now played by Stranger Things‘ David Harbour.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon & Tue 8.30pm; Wed & Sat 5.15pm; Sun 8.30pm

  • Missing Link

    A charming animated cryptozoological adventure.

    21 Apr–22 Apr: Mon & Sun 10.15am & 12.30pm

  • Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun

    Ten new episodes of Peppa Pig including a two-part festival special.

    20 Apr–22 Apr: Mon, Sat & Sun 10.30am & 12.15pm

  • Red Joan

    Joan (Cookson when young, Dench later on) arrives at Cambridge in 1938 and is beguiled by radical politics into becoming a Soviet spy. Nunn’s first movie in over 20 years is a plodding, pedestrian affair, and while Dench captures her befuddlement and steely resolve, it fails to find the drama in a story inspired by intriguing real life events.

    21 Apr–25 Apr: Mon–Wed 3pm, 5.30pm & 8pm; Thu 11.30am & 2.10pm; Sun 5.30pm & 8pm

  • Shazam!

    Billy Batson (Angel) is a teenager raised by a foster family, who’s given magic powers by The Wizard (Hounsou): if he shouts ‘SHAZAM!’ he becomes the titular cape-wearing adult (Levi). A superhero movie bursting with humour and heart, with a mischievous performance from Levi, inspired jokes, emotion and surprising cameos.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon 11am, 2.20pm, 5.15pm & 8.15pm; Tue 2.20pm, 5.15pm & 8.15pm; Wed 2.15pm & 8.15pm; Sat 11am, 2.20pm & 7.30pm; Sun 11am, 2.20pm, 5.15pm & 8.15pm

  • Wheely

    A cab car attempts to save his dream-girl (car?) from the leader of a luxury car-napping syndicate.

    20 Apr–22 Apr: (Kids) Mon, Sat & Sun 10am

  • Wild Rose

    Rose-Lynn (Buckley) is a Glaswegian woman who, on leaving prison, resumes her quest for fame as a country music singer. A warm-hearted and inspiring tale, not without clichés in the Cinderella tradition, and Buckley is a genuine star in the ascendant.

    21 Apr–24 Apr: Mon–Wed & Sun 7.30pm

  • Wonder Park

    June (Mali and Denski) is faced with being shipped off to math camp while her mother (Garner) seeks medical assistance; then she finds herself in a parallel universe where she has to save a theme park. An animated film with big ideas and some notable omissions, ultimately a slight but rewardingly bittersweet experience.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon noon, 2.10pm & 4.15pm; Tue 2.10pm & 4.15pm; Wed 2.15pm & 4.15pm; Sat noon, 2.10pm & 4.15pm; Sun noon, 2.10pm & 4.20pm