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The ALLNIGHTER [Autumn 2009]

Can you go AllNight? 

Year: 2009 
Running Time:
Aspect Ratio: Unknown 
Certificate: BBFC 18 Cert – Not suitable for under 18s 
Subtitles: This film is not expected to be subtitled, though this cannot be guaranteed. 
Directed by Michael Bay, Judd Apatow, Henry Selick, Luc Besson 
Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, Dakota Fanning (voice), Teri Hatcher (voice), Jean Reno, Natalie Portman, Gary Oldman  
An image from The ALLNIGHTER [Autumn 2009]

Spring Term AllNighter 2009

FRIDAY WEEK 7 (20th Nov) - doors open 7.30pm

The AllNighter is WSC's flagship event, and one not to be missed. It's a night of great films and interval entertainment (including a film quiz and raffle with the chance to win hundreds of pounds' worth of prizes), creating an atmosphere second to none! Tickets will be on sale before films during Week 7 and at the event itself. Tickets sold on the door will be on a first come, first served basis so buy early to avoid disappointment!


Transformers 2 titleTransformers 2 pic

Following up 2007’s explosive debut cinematic outing of the Mattel toy franchise, it seemed unlikely that director Michael Bay could outdo himself the second time round. Doubts are put to rest in the form of a hulking explosion of action following Optimus Prime, Shia LeBouef and Megan Fox as they resist the evil Decepticon robots. It’s total Bay-hem!

Funny People titleFunny People pic Adam Sandler plays a stand-up comedian diagnosed with a terminal blood disorder. He aims to spend his remaining year imparting his humourous wisdom to an up-and-coming young comic played by Seth Rogen. With a supporting cast inlcuding Jonah Hill (Superbad), the title speaks volumes.

Coraline titleCoraline pic In this beautiful animation from the creator of The Nightmare Before Christmas, a little girl’s wish to escape her dull parents is granted when she discovers a secret portal to a fantasy world in her new house. But is this slightly sinister parallel world where people have buttons for eyes more than she bargained for? Find out in this vibrant and charming tale.

The Mystery Film picThe Mystery title

Shrouded in the clouds of a smoke machine and locked deep in the WSC vaults, not to be unveiled until the time is just right (halfway through the night, naturally!), The Mystery Film is the biggest secret on campus.

Will it be action? Comedy? Erotic thriller?! There’s only one way to find out!
Click here to find out what the Mystery was!

Leon picLeon title At a mere twelve years old, Natalie Portman's debut cinema performance in Léon as the young Mathilda is remarkably mature. The rebellious prepubescent's world is blown wide open when her family are killed by her drug-dealing dad's corrupt cop client (acting legend Gary Oldman). Desperate, she turns to mysterious neighbour Léon (French star Jean Reno) for help. He takes her in, picking up the role of a foster father as he goes along, and teaching Mathilda his skills as an expert assassin, so that together they might avenge the girl's family. An indisputable modern great.

Ticket Price   Running Order Length
WSC Member £7 1. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 150 min
2. Funny People 146 min
Uni. Member £10 3. Coraline 100 min
4. Mystery Film ??? min
External Guest £12 5. Leon 110 min

Can you go AllNight?

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Screenings of this film:

2009/2010 Autumn Term (35mm)