AMAZING WORD OF MOUTH AND POSITIVE REVIEWS WILL MEAN CINEMA SITES WILL INCREASE THIS WEEKEND FROM 59 TO OVER 100, FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE BRITISH COMEDY HIT FOUR LIONS
Congratulations Mr Ayoade, you have made a great film… Fresh and very funny.
***** The Sunday Times, Cosmo Landesman
Submarine always maintains a wry, melancholic wit. It’s a very winning debut by Ayoade, who impresses mightily. Independent on Sunday, Jonathan Romney
Touching, sweet and, most importantly, very funny… Ayoade is a tremendous new voice in British film. **** The Guardian, Peter Bradshaw
An absolute gem of a movie that is being billed as Wales’ answer to Rushmore… it doesn’t get better than this. ***** The Daily Mirror, David Edwards
*****News of the World **** Sunday Mirror ****Metro **** The Times **** Independent Information
**** The Sun **** The Financial Times **** Daily Express **** Daily Star Sunday
***** Red Magazine *****Glamour Magazine **** FHM ***** Daily Telegraph *****Marie Claire *****Ultra Culture ****Total Film ****Empire ****Little White Lies
Optimum Releasing and the filmmakers involved were thrilled to find out that Submarine achieved the highest screen average of all the films opening over the weekend. The good figures have been helped by glowing reviews and good excellent word of mouth. Submarine has had huge support and been very well reviewed through social networking sites. Supporters on twitter include Russell Brand, Katy Perry, Charlie Brooker, Edith Bowman & Paloma Faith. This weekend there are hopes to expand from 59 cinema sites to nearly 100.
Submarine is the hotly anticipated feature film debut from writer/director Richard Ayoade (‘Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace’, ‘IT Crowd’). An adaptation of Joe Dunthorne’s novel, Submarine stars Noah Taylor (Shine), Paddy Considine (Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee, ‘Red Riding’), Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige and Golden Globe winner Sally Hawkins (Happy Go Lucky). A Warp films production in association with Red Hour Films, Submarine is produced by Andy Stebbing (Kicks), Mark Herbert (This is England) and Mary Burke (A Complete History of My Sexual Failures).
If You missed the trailer here it is: