Must-see movies this March


The mornings are getting lighter, and the evenings are getting longer ? Spring is approaching. But, the weather still isn?t perfect. So, for those wet and miserable rainy days, why not head to the cinema and watch the latest blockbuster? Here?s a sneak peek at what?s on this month.

Patriots Day ? Out Now
In 2013 on ?Patriots Day?, the Boston Marathon bombings shook the world. Based on the true story of the attacks, and the events that followed that day, Police Sergeant Tommy Saunders and the rest of the emergency services, survivors and civilians join the manhunt for the bombers before they can attack again.

Logan ? Out Now
For all you Marvel and superhero fans, the next instalment of the X-men Origins film series is here! Bringing the Wolverine story to a close, ?Logan? sees Hugh Jackman return, but this time not as Wolverine as he used to be called, but as ?Logan?. Follow the story as a mysterious girl arrives in Logan?s life asking for his help ? meaning it?s time for Logan to go on one last mission.

Fist Fight ? Out Now
If you?re looking for a laugh this month, take a visit to see Warner Bros. latest comedy, Fist Fight. Two high school teachers prepare to solve their differences the hard way with a Fist Fight after school. How will it end as mild-mannered teacher Andy Campbell faces the school?s toughest and most feared teacher, Ron Strickland (played by Ice Cube)?

Kong: Skull Island ? Released 10th March
The legendary King is back! The second film in the MonsterVerse franchise, Kong: Skull Island sees a team of explorers travel to an uncharted Pacific island only to meet Kong, the Island’s enormous King ? a giant gorilla unlike anything they?ve seen before. Get ready for an action-packed adventure with one very big and very angry ape.

Beauty and The Beast ? Released 17th March
If you love Disney, you?ll love the greatly anticipated live action remake of Disney?s animated classic, Beauty and The Beast. With an all-star cast, lose yourself in the musical fantasy story of Belle, a beautiful woman taken prisoner by a beast ? who, over time she learns to look past his monstrous appearance.

And if one of the above films doesn?t take your interest, check out the full list of films out at Odeon this month. And don?t forget, as a student you can enjoy great savings with your student card! We’re only 20 minutes from the nearest Odeon – simply jump on the Jubilee line from Wembley Park Tube Station, get off at Swiss Cottage Station and it’s only a four minute walk to the Odeon cinema. If you’re interested in staying with us at Host Wembley for September 2017 contact us today on +44 (0)20 3475 5952 or email us at more information.