I regret to inform that, chess content notwithstanding, A Good Day to Die Yet Another MFing Time has not been a run away success. Number one at the box office it might be, but reviews have been rather poor. So scathing in Mark Kermode's case, in fact, that Bruce Willis' flunkies cancelled their master's appearance on last week's Mayo/Kermode radio show.
Better play it safe today, then, and give you something of which the quality is not in doubt.
Chess goes to the movies Index
with thanks to the Brothers Horton