Witherspoon shines in the true-life tale of a woman's journey through the wilderness
Fancy a different cinema experience? Then why not get down to Roxy's Bar And Screen and catch great new films, served up with a side of modern European food. With an emphasis on healthy ingredients from the nearby food market – think homemade burgers and perfectly cooked steaks – it's a step up from your everyday Multiplex outing. After losing her mother to cancer, Cheryl Strayed (Reese Witherspoon) falls into a deep depression, leading to divorce her husband and – with no hiking experience – walk 1,100 miles of the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail solo. A tale of the dangers of the wild, the pain of loss and the power of redemption, Wild garnered numerous Academy Award nominations and is a truly beautiful film. "A ruggedly beautiful and emotionally resonant saga of perseverance and self-discovery that represents a fine addition to the recent bumper crop of big-screen survival stories." – Variety "Vallee has crafted a vivid wilderness adventure film that is also a powerful story of family anguish and survival." – The Hollywood Reporter Menu: Burgers - Roxy beef burger with bacon, cheese, lettuce + tomato - Roxy grilled chicken burger with tomato, garlic mayo + lettuce - The peppercorn pile-up: lettuce, tomato and a steak burger finished with peppercorn sauce - Butternut squash apple burger with caramelised sage aioli (v) - Sweet potato veggie burger with avocado (v) All burgers are served with chips + coleslaw Mains - Grilled rump steak with frites and green salad served with peppercorn sauce - Marinated rump of lamb with mash potato grilled veg and red wine jus - Char-grilled corn-fed chicken supreme with celeriac green beans and yell jus - Freshly made vegetable lasagne with chips and salad (v) - Freshly made beef lasagne with chips and salad - Grilled sea bass fillet with asparagus, marinated new potatoes and sundried tomato cream sauce Certificate: 15. Running time: 1 hour 51 minutes.
"Ms. Witherspoon carries the whole movie. And she does so with unflagging intensity and remarkable verve."