WIN tickets to see The Emoji Movie at the Curzon cinema
PUBLISHED: 12:02 16 August 2017 | UPDATED: 12:02 16 August 2017
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A virtual world full of crazy and colourful characters will welcome Curzon audiences this week.
The Emoji Movie (U) is set in the city of Textopolis, a bustling hub of activity hidden inside a messaging app, home to all the world’s emojis each vying to be chosen by smartphone users.
Each emoji in the city has just one facial expression, apart from Gene (TJ Miller) whose filter-less personality means he can express multiple emotions.
In his desperation to become an average emoji Gene calls upon the support of his best friend Hi-5 (James Corden) and Jailbreak (Anna Faris), an emoji with a penchant for breaking codes.
The trio’s adventure begins as a journey through the other apps installed on the phone to find the code that will cure Gene, but soon escalates into a much bigger mission as they become the key to saving the emojis’ virtual world.
The Emoji Movie will be screened on Friday and will run until August 24.
The Big Sick (15) is the feel good story of Kumail, a Pakistani comedian who meets American graduate student Emily at one of his shows.
As the pair’s relationship blossoms Kumail becomes concerned about what his parents might think, but after Emily is put into a coma after falling ill he develops a close bond with her mother and father.
The Curzon and the Times have teamed up once again to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to see The Emoji Movie.
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