Homegrown family sci-fi comedy Future TX is now in UK cinemas, and here’s the trailer for the movie.
A locally produced UK family comedy is currently playing in UK cinemas for half term, and it looks like a whole lot of fun.
The official synopsis of Future TX reads as follows:
Dylan and Molly buy their first mobile phones and they instantly both ring at the same time. When they answer, a Mystery Man (known as Future TX) says he’s calling from the future and needs their help. Like, right now. To save the world!
Suddenly our unlikely heroes are mixed up in stakeouts, dodgy clues, weird characters and deadly drones – drones chasing them through gardens, alleyways and houses, all equipped with tranquillising darts!
Can Future TX be trusted? Can the kids survive today? More importantly, can they save tomorrow? After all, the future depends on them!
British comedy legend Griff Rhys Jones stars in the film, alongside young actors Arran Kemp and Adele Congreve in their film debuts. Doug Cockle from The Witcher, Christos Lawton from The Terror, Catriona Knox from the Black Mirror interactive episode Bandersnatch and Nicole Faraday also feature.
The film comes from writer and directors Danny Stack and Tim Clague, who previously made Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?, a family friendly mystery that is currently included with Amazon Prime. It’s also available to buy on DVD.
The film was released on the 21st of October 2022, running through school half term week, in 31 Odeon cinemas for a limited time and programmed in the morning.
Below is a list of cinemas where the film will be screening:
Basingstoke, Birmingham Broadway Plaza, Blackpool, Bournemouth BH2, Braehead, Cardiff, Derby, Dudley, Dundee, Dunfermline, Greenwich, Glasgow Quay, Kingston, Lee Valley, Leeds Thorpe Park, Leicester, Liverpool Switch Island, Leeds-Bradford, Liverpool One, Metrocentre, Milton Keynes Stadium, Norwich, Manchester Great Northern, Preston, Sheffield, Swansea, Tamworth, Telford, Trafford Centre, Warrington.
Watch the trailer below…
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