Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

The second film in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe expands its cast of characters in this thrilling action-adventure.

Shang-Chi has been living the easy life in San Francisco for the past 10 years with his best friend Katy. But his bliss is quickly shattered with the return of his father, Wenwu, the leader of the fearsome terrorist organisation The Ten Rings, named after ten ancient rings that Wenwu wields with great power. Wenwu desires to induct Shang-Chi and his sister Xialing into The Ten Rings, regardless of their wishes. Shang-Chi must put his leisurely life aside to team up with his sister, confront his past, and stop their father.

Full of plenty of humour and elegantly choreographed fight scenes, this superhero movie doesn’t forget its heart by looking at the closest unit of all, family.

“a superhero movie that justifies the hype” The Guardian

“a winning blend of Chinese culture mixed with the successful Marvel formula” Empire

“a flashy, Asian-led visual effects extravaganza that gives the second-tier hero the same over-the-top treatment that big-timers like Hulk and Thor typically get.” Variety

12A: moderate violence, fantasy threat, bloody images, language

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Adults £7.50, Concessions £5.50

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