Glyn Fussell, co-founder, Sink The Pink Edits our What’s On Guide. The #CatchAKrampus Edition! @GlynFussellhttps://t.co/NDVIgBwOHS
 
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21:00 at Castle Cinema
The Dreamers, Director Bernardo Bertolucci's love letter to cinema, Paris and, er... three-way incestuous romance.

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21:15 at Electric Cinema
Re-entering the Nordic Noir of Stieg Larsson’s bestselling Millennium series, The Girl in the Spider's Web sees the long-awaited return of Lisbeth Salander.

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14:00 at Curzon Bloomsbury
An intimate observational documentary film, 'To End a War' explores what it takes both strategically and spiritually for a nation of 50 million to move from hatred to forgiveness, from war to peace.

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18:15 at Rio Cinema
An edge-of-your-seat thriller and an inspiring 'man-against-nature adventure' from award-winning documentary filmmaker E. Chai Vasarhelyi and world-renowned photographer and mountaineer Jimmy Chin.

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20:30 at Barbican
Marilyn Monroe stars as showgirl Lorelei Lee in Howard Hawks's delightfully entertaining 1950s musical.

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19:00 at EartH
The ultimate festive cinema experience, the Luna Winter Cinema brings those Christmas classics to the big screen. Think: It's A Wonderful Life, Die Hard, The Muppets Christmas Carol and many more!

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19:45 at Screen25
Christmas just isn't the same without Frank Capra's warm, fuzzy and terrifying classic. So bring your loved ones and catch it on the big screen.

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16:00 at Barbican
One of the most cherished comedies of the silent era, and reportedly his own personal favourite, Buster Keaton is Johnnie Gray, a locomotive driver in the South during the American civil war.

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16:00 at Barbican
A tale of romantic complications and devilish revenge unfolds in a wild and crazy circus setting; a cold psychodrama in which a man relives his betrayal and humiliation over and over every night.

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