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Week of : -  18th Nov 2014 - 26th Nov 2014
Fury  (R16) Graphic violence and offensive language

War never ends quietly.

Brad Pitt is Sergeant Wardaddy in this WWII action drama, the master and commander of a Sherman tank and her crew (Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Michael Peña and Jon Bernthal). Outnumbered and outgunned, the five-man outfit breach enemy lines in an attempt to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany. From the writer and director of End of Watch.  Click for more details

Duration : 132 minutes


Thursday 20th : 8.00pm

Friday 21st : 10.00am, 5.30pm

Saturday 22nd : 5.30pm

Sunday 23rd : 5.30pm

Monday 24th : 12.40pm, 8.00pm

Tuesday 25th : 12.40pm, 8.00pm

Wednesday 26th : 12.40pm, 4.00pm

Hip Hop-eration  (PG) 
A wonderfully warm and energetic Kiwi adventure. Hip Hop-eration follows a troupe of courageous, yet cheeky, senior citizens on an extraordinary quest to perform at the World Hip Hop Championships in Las Vegas. Hip Hop-eration is a poetic feel-good film that proves age has no limits and that hip-hop can set you free. It will make you want to celebrate life regardless of age or condition.  Click for more details

Duration : 93 minutes


Tuesday 18th : 1.50pm

Wednesday 19th : 1.50pm

Thursday 20th : 10.15am

Saturday 22nd : 10.00am

Sunday 23rd : 10.00am

Monday 24th : 2.15pm

Tuesday 25th : 2.15pm

Wednesday 26th : 2.15pm

Interstellar  (M) Offensive language  No Comps

Mankind was born on earth, it was never meant to die here.

Time and space travelling sci-fi from director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Inception), starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, Casey Affleck and Michael Caine. A group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole (which hypothetically connects massively separated regions of spacetime) to surpass limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances of interstellar voyage. The Hollywood Reporter has said that "the plot is believed to involve time travel and alternate dimensions, but other details are being kept under wraps."  Click for more details

Duration : 169 minutes


Tuesday 18th : 12.30pm, 7.45pm

Wednesday 19th : 12.30pm, 7.45pm

Thursday 20th : 12.20pm

Friday 21st : 10.30am

Saturday 22nd : 5.15pm

Sunday 23rd : 5.15pm

Monday 24th : 5.15pm

Tuesday 25th : 5.15pm

Wednesday 26th : 5.15pm

Love, Rosie  (M) Offensive language and sexual references

From the writer of P.S. I Love You

Romantic comedy about two best friends: Rosie (Lily Collins, The Blind Side) and Alex (Sam Claflin, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire). They are separated when Alex moves to America from Dublin with his parents. The question is whether their friendship will be able to survive time and distance.  Click for more details

Duration : 103 minutes


Tuesday 18th : 10.10am, 8.15pm

Wednesday 19th : 10.10am, 8.15pm

Thursday 20th : 4.00pm

Friday 21st : 3.30pm

Saturday 22nd : 8.15pm

Sunday 23rd : 8.15pm

Monday 24th : 4.00pm

Tuesday 25th : 4.00pm

Wednesday 26th : 6.20pm

Planes: Fire & Rescue  (G) 

When others fly out, heroes fly in.

The sequel to Disney’s 2013 high-flying Cars spinoff continues the misadventures of Dusty (voiced again by Dane Cook), the crop-dusting plane who became an air-racing legend. But when engine damage hinders his racing abilities, Dusty joins an air attack team instead, tasked with the responsibility of dousing a raging wildfire that threatens to consume Piston Peak National Park.  Click for more details

Duration : 90 minutes


Saturday 22nd : 11.45am

Sunday 23rd : 11.45am

Pride  (M) Offensive language, sexual references and drug use
Rousing, true story comedy-drama on the bitter 1984 Miners' strike in Margaret Thatcher's Britain, which fosters an unlikely union of solidarity between embattled mineworkers and the militant gay and lesbian community. Stars Bill Nighy, Dominic West and Imelda Staunton. At the Gay Pride March in London '84, a group of gay and lesbian activists decide to raise money to support the families of the striking miners. Though the Union seems embarrassed to receive their support, the activists are not deterred. They decide to ignore the Union and go direct to the miners - setting off in a mini bus to the a village in deepest Wales, to make their donation in person. So begins this true story of two seemingly alien communities who form a surprising partnership.  Click for more details

Duration : 120 minutes


Tuesday 18th : 10.20am, 5.30pm

Wednesday 19th : 10.20am, 5.30pm

Thursday 20th : 1.50pm

Saturday 22nd : 1.00pm

Sunday 23rd : 1.00pm

Monday 24th : 10.15am

Tuesday 25th : 10.15am

Wednesday 26th : 10.15am

St. Vincent  (M) Violence, offensive language and sex scenes

Love thy neighbour.

Bill Murray is the titular Vincent in this odd-couple comedy-drama. A bawdy war veteran grouch, and arguably no saint, he befriends a sweet kid struggling with his parents' divorce. Co-stars Melissa McCarthy, Chris O'Dowd and Naomi Watts. Co-stars Melissa McCarthy as the boy's mother, Chris O'Dowd as a monk, and Naomi Watts as a pregnant Russian prostitute.  Click for more details

Duration : 102 minutes


Tuesday 18th : 12noon, 6.20pm

Wednesday 19th : 12noon, 6.20pm

Thursday 20th : 12noon

Friday 21st : 1.30pm

Saturday 22nd : 1.20pm

Sunday 23rd : 1.20pm

Monday 24th : 12.20pm

Tuesday 25th : 12.20pm

Wednesday 26th : 12.20pm

The Dead Lands  (R16) Graphic violence

Where the warrior spirit was born.

Maori history is brought alive in this period-set action-adventure based on the traditional fighting art of Mau rākau. After his tribe is slaughtered through an act of treachery, the chieftan's teenage son Hongi (James Rolleston, Boy) must avenge his father's death in order to bring honor to the souls of his loved ones. Outnumbered by the band of villains, Hongi's only hope is to pass through the forbidden Dead Lands and forge an alliance with the mysterious "Warrior" (Lawrence Makoare, Die Another Day). From the director of No. 2 and Dean Spanley, co-stars Rena Owen (Once Were Warriors) and former NRL player Wairangi Koopu.  Click for more details

 


Thursday 20th : 6.00pm

Saturday 22nd : 3.15pm

Sunday 23rd : 3.15pm

Monday 24th : 6.00pm

Tuesday 25th : 6.00pm

Wednesday 26th : 8.10pm

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1  (M) Violence  No Comps
The penultimate Hunger Games chapter (with Suzanne Collins' final novel being split into two movies), with stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and director Francis Lawrence all returning from Catching Fire. As the cries for rebellion against the autocratic Capitol give rise to action, Katniss reluctantly becomes the people's symbol of change.  Click for more details

Duration : 123 minutes


Thursday 20th : 0.01am, 10.10am, 3.15pm, 5.45pm, 8.15pm

Friday 21st : 12.15pm, 2.30pm, 6.40pm, 9.00pm

Saturday 22nd : 10.40am, 3.15pm, 8.00pm

Sunday 23rd : 10.40am, 3.15pm, 8.00pm

Monday 24th : 10.30am, 3.00pm, 8.15pm

Tuesday 25th : 10.30am, 3.00pm, 8.15pm

Wednesday 26th : 10.30am, 3.00pm, 8.15pm

This is Where I Leave You  (M) Sex scenes, offensive language and drug use

Welcome home, get uncomfortable

Jason Bateman, Tiny Fey and Adam Driver lead this comedy about a not-so-functional group of siblings forced to grant the dying wish of their departed father: to live under the same roof together for a week. Co-stars Jane Fonda as the newly breast-enhanced, widowed mother.  Click for more details

Duration : 103 minutes


Tuesday 18th : 3.30pm

Wednesday 19th : 3.30pm

Friday 21st : 4.40pm

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