O2 Priority cinema: 10 films to see with your free popcorn, hotdog, or nachos this month!

Odeon Logo With O2 Priority Moments, you can nab all sorts of ace offers to save you money and make your week that much better. One of the leading partners on the deal-nabbing service is Odeon Cinemas. You can get anything from free hotdogs to cheap popcorn – so with that in mind, here’s our rundown of the top ten films out now to see when you cash in your deal this month.

1. Drive

We always wanted Ryan Gosling to make the jump to action hero, and now he finally has. This Cannes-gong-scooping thriller is one high octane, seriously cool adventure.

2. Warrior

Given Ultimate Fighting Championship’s explosive growth in recent years, a film based on mixed martial arts (MMA) was inevitable. But one starring British hero and Inception star Tom Hardy? Even better.

3. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

John le Carré’s Cold War thriller has had a classy filmic conversion that’s been picking up rave reviews – particularly for Gary Oldman’s impressive turn.

4. Crazy, Stupid, Love

Ryan Gosling has been busy, hasn’t he? Gosling stars alongside Anchorman and American Office star Steve Carell in this rom-com.

5. I Don’t Know How She Does It

Until Sex And The City 3 comes along, this Sarah Jessica as hectic-mum-in-New-York vehicle is the closest thing you’re going to get to it.

6. The Inbetweeners Movie


Its your last chance to see the awkward teens in their final outing as the Inbetweeners – this time, living it up on holiday. Or trying to, anyway.

7. The Change-Up

It’s Freaky Friday, but this time, it’s the single man and the family man who swap roles. Ryan Reynolds and 80s legend Jason Bateman star.

8. Friends With Benefits

We’re pretty sure this film came out with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher earlier this year as No Strings Attached, but we’d say Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake make for a much better line-up.

9. Kill List

An assassin movie that’s actually scary? You’d better believe it – this is the spookiest British film in ages.

10. One Day


Need a romantic film that isn’t soppy? Right this way then: Anne Hathaway stars in this adaptation of the beautiful book everyone’s talking about.