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Think the cinema isn’t in your price range? Well, it’s more affordable with your TOTUM student discount card – you’ll be able to claim discounted tickets on the latest new blockbuster or a cool indie flick.  


Where is your nearest ODEON cinema in Coventry?  

There’s a 9-screen cinema slap bang in the city centre. Easily accessible by foot, it’s next to IKEA in Croft Road, Coventry, CV1 3AZ, near Spon Street. If you’re driving, it’s on Junction 7 of the Coventry city centre ring road; and there’s free parking on site. 

Other locations nearby: Birmingham New Street and ODEON Luxe with reclining seats, your own table and extra space, wines and beers in Birmingham Broadway Plaza. 

How much do you get off? 25% discount on student price tickets and supersaver prices for cheaper tickets during the day. 

What's On? To see the latest films showing go here.


12 recommended films to see this autumn/winter: 

  • Once upon a Hollywood out now - If you haven't seen this box office big-hitter already, catch up on Tarantino’s latest with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie set in the1960s and be prepared for a heated debate afterwards.

  • Blinded by the Light - out now - One of film critic Mark Kermode's favourite "gleefully dorkish" comedies of the year set in the 80's about a British Pakistani teenager who finds solace in the music of Bruce Springsteen.

  • IT: Chapter Two - out Sept 6 - Here comes Pennywise, back to terrorise the town of Derry. in Maine, US not Northern Ireland.

  • Hustlers - out Sept 13 - based on the real-life story of a group of ex-strippers who plot to swindle a group of Wall Street bankers A strong female cast includes Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, Lizzo and Constance Wu. 

  • Ad Asra - out Sept 18 - Sci-fi drama starring Brad Pittas an astronaut who goes in search of his missing dad in outer space in what many critics describe as one of the best performances of his career.  

  • The Goldfinch - out Sept 27 - A big screen film adaptation of Donna Tartt’s epic Pulitzer prize-winner by the director of Oscar-nominated Brooklyn. John Crowley starring Nicole Kidman. 

  • Joker - Oct 4  

  • Comic movie fan? In this Batman prequel Joaquin Phoenix is an unsuccessful clown and an even more unsucessful comedian who encounters a series of violent incidents giving rise to the birth of the Joker. Writer/director Todd Phillips and co-writer Scott Silver are more interested the "mental, moral, emotional, physical make-up of the man who became the Joker" (Empire).

  • Zombieland 2: Double Tap - out Oct 18 - Gearing up for Halloween? If you don't like horrors you may prefer this sequel to the comedy cult 2009 classic with Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg reprising their roles.

  • The Addams Family - out Oct 25 - Oscar Isaac's Gomez and Charlize Theron as Morticia lead the cast in this animated version of the old black-and-white TV series which looks like it might be fun Halloween viewing.

  • Frozen 2 - out Nov 22 - A student fave? Oh yesss. The sing-a-long version will be out before you know it!

  • Charlie's Angels - Nov 29   

  • The trailer features the best on-screen fantasy wardrobes since Clueless according to Vogue, and is filled with “kitschy girl power moments”. It stars Naomi Scott Kristen Stewart and Ella Balinska with a soudtrack including Don’t Call Me Angel by Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana del Rey.
  • Jonathan Lethem’s award-winning detective odyssey Motherless Brooklyn about a private detective with Tourette syndrome hits cinemas thanks to director and star Edward Norton – stepping back behind the camera for the first time in nearly 20 years. With English Black Mirror actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Bruce Willis. 


3 big Christmas film releases:

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - out Dec 19 - one of the biggest film releases of the year! It's the final part of JJ Abrams' Star Wars Trilogy - but will he pull it off? 
  • Cats out Dec 20 - Meow! Andrew Lloyd Webber’s purrrfect musical comes to the silver screen with a jaw-dropping cast including Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Ian McKellen, Dame Judy Dench, Rebel Wilson, James Corden and Ray Winstone. 

  • Bombshell – out Dec 20 - In the wake of #Metoo a film based on true events with an all-star cast - Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie - telling the tales of former female Fox News staff and their allegations against founder Roger Ailes (John Lithgow).