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Week of : -  23rd Aug 2016 - 31st Aug 2016
Absolutely Fabulous The Movie  (M) Offensive language, sexual references and drug use
24 years after the premiere of Jennifer Saunder's outstanding sitcom Absolutely Fabulous, Edina (Saunders) and Patsy (Joanna Lumley) hit the big screen. The ageing party girls - still trying to keep those bygone drug-and-alcohol-fueled days rolling - find themselves at the centre of a major incident at an uber-fashionable launch party. Blamed for the incident, they become entangled in a media storm and are relentlessly pursued by the paparazzi. Fleeing penniless to the glamorous playground of the super-rich, the French Riviera, they hatch a plan to make their escape permanent and live the high life forever more.  Click for more details

Duration : 90 minutes


Tuesday 23rd : 10.10am, 6.00pm, 8.00pm

Wednesday 24th : 10.30am(mums n bubs), 4.15pm, 8.00pm

Thursday 25th : 11.40am

Friday 26th : 11.40am

Saturday 27th : 4.20pm

Sunday 28th : 4.20pm

Monday 29th : 11.40am, 6.00pm

Tuesday 30th : 11.40am, 6.00pm

Wednesday 31st : 11.40am, 4.30pm

Bad Moms  (R16) Sex scenes, sexual content & offensive language  No Comps
Mila Kunis (Ted), Kristen Bell (The Boss) and Kathryn Hahn (Tomorrowland) lead this comedy as overworked mums attempting a new approach to parenting - irresponsible partying and self-indulgence. Co-stars Christina Applegate (Vacation) as a life couch who trains mothers to 'play by the rules' (i.e. be dull and no fun). From the writers of The Hangover.  Click for more details

Duration : 100 minutes


Thursday 25th : 10.00am, 8.15pm

Friday 26th : 10.00am, 6.30pm, 8.15pm

Saturday 27th : 2.30pm, 8.20pm

Sunday 28th : 2.30pm, 8.20pm

Monday 29th : 10.00am, 2.00pm, 7.45pm

Tuesday 30th : 10.00am, 2.00pm, 7.45pm

Wednesday 31st : 10.00am, 3.40pm, 8.15pm

Branagh Theatre Live Romeo and Juliet  (M) violence  No Comps
Fixed Pricing: $25 Adult $20 Senior / Student The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company Live cinema season continues with a new vision of Shakespeare’s heartbreaking tale of forbidden love. Branagh and his creative team present a modern passionate version of the classic tragedy. A longstanding feud between Verona’s Montague and Capulet families brings about devastating consequences for two young lovers caught in the conflict. Kenneth Branagh co-directs with Rob Ashford, reuniting with the stars of his celebrated film of Cinderella, Richard Madden and Lily James, as Romeo and Juliet. Also featuring Sir Derek Jacobi as Mercutio and Meera Syal as The Nurse.  Click for more details

Duration : 210 minutes


Thursday 25th : 11.45am

Friday 26th : 11.45am

Wednesday 31st : 5.30pm

Finding Dory  (G) 

She just kept swimming...

Disney Pixar’s sequel to the 2003 Academy Award-winning family animated hit Finding Nemo, with Andrew Stanton returning to the director’s chair. Ellen DeGeneres also returns to voice Dory, the happy-go-lucky fish with a terrible memory. One day, in her sleep, she actually remembers something about her past, prompting a journey to find her family.  Click for more details

Duration : 103 minutes


Saturday 27th : 12.30pm

Sunday 28th : 12.30pm

Ice Age Collision Course  (G) 

One small step. One giant mess.

This fifth film in the family-friendly Ice Age franchise takes place immediately after the short film Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe, which sees Sid, Manny and Diego running to a new habitat when Scrat causes an irreversible disaster in space.  Click for more details

Duration : 94 minutes


Saturday 27th : 10.30am

Sunday 28th : 10.30am

Jason Bourne  (M) violence

You know his name

This fifth entry in the Bourne series sees Matt Damon return to his role, alongside Julia Stiles, Tommy Lee Jones, and director Paul Greengrass.  Click for more details

Duration : 123 minutes


Tuesday 23rd : 1.30pm

Wednesday 24th : 2.00pm

Thursday 25th : 2.40pm

Friday 26th : 2.40pm

Saturday 27th : 6.10pm

Sunday 28th : 6.10pm

Monday 29th : 3.50pm

Tuesday 30th : 3.50pm

Wednesday 31st : 11.45am

Poi E  (G) 

The Story of Our Song

As irresistible as the song it celebrates, Tearepa Kahi’s documentary explores the many tributaries that flowed into the mash-up of pop music, traditional waiata and bop that first took New Zealand by storm in 1984. Dalvanius Prime, the man who made it happen, enjoyed an international R&B career in the 70s. He returned from Sydney to Taranaki to nurse his dying mother and stayed to embrace his culture and Te Reo Māori. Collaboration with singer Prince Tui Teka led him to Māori language composer Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi. Together they composed ‘Poi E’: in this film you will hear the first ever recording, made soon after.  Click for more details

Duration : 92 minutes


Tuesday 23rd : 12.20pm

Wednesday 24th : 11.45am, 6.00pm

Thursday 25th : 10.00am, 4.30pm

Friday 26th : 10.00am, 4.30pm

Saturday 27th : 4.15pm

Sunday 28th : 4.15pm

Monday 29th : 10.00am, 4.30pm

Tuesday 30th : 10.00am, 4.30pm

Wednesday 31st : 10.00am, 2.00pm

Star Trek Beyond  (M) violence
The 13th Star Trek film, the third in the newly rebooted series. JJ Abrams, director Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), steps aside for Fast & Furious stalwart Justin Lin.  Click for more details

Duration : 115 minutes


Tuesday 23rd : 3.45pm

Wednesday 24th : 3.45pm - Final screening

Suicide Squad  (M) violence

Worst Heroes Ever

The third entry into the DC Comics shared universe films, following Man of Steel and Batman vs Superman. A secret agency recruits imprisoned villains - including The Joker (Jared Leto) and Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) - to execute black ops missions in exchange for clemency. Will Smith plays Deadshot, while Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor and Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne are rumoured to also appear.  Click for more details

Duration : 120 minutes


Tuesday 23rd : 2.00pm 6.00pm

Wednesday 24th : 1.30pm, 7.45pm

Thursday 25th : 6.05pm

Friday 26th : 6.05pm

Saturday 27th : 2.00pm, 6.00pm

Sunday 28th : 2.00pm, 6.00pm

Monday 29th : 11.45am, 7.50pm

Tuesday 30th : 11.45am, 7.50pm

Wednesday 31st : 6.05pm

The BFG  (PG) Some scenes may scare young children
Steven Spielberg and his screenwriter for E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial re-team to adapt Roald Dahl's 1982 novel. Follows Sophie (newcomer Ruby Barnhill), the Queen of England (Penelope Wilton) and The BFG (Mark Rylance) on an adventure to capture the evil, man-eating giants who have invaded the human world. The cast of giants includes Bill Hader and Jemaine Clement.  Click for more details

Duration : 117 minutes


Saturday 27th : 10.30am

Sunday 28th : 10.30am

The Carer  (M) offensive language
Stanka is an aspiring Hungarian actress who has one burning desire: to make it on the English stage. Legendary actor Sir Michael Gifford is suffering from an incurable disease, and has one desire: to die. When Stanka becomes his carer, they both try to find a way to help each other. Stars award winning actor Brian Cox (The Bourne Supremacy).  Click for more details

Duration : 108 minutes


Tuesday 23rd : 10.40am

Wednesday 24th : 10.00am

Thursday 25th : 3.00pm

Friday 26th : 3.00pm

Monday 29th : 3.00pm

Tuesday 30th : 3.00pm

Wednesday 31st : 3.00pm

The Shallows  (M) Offensive language & content that may disturb  No Comps
Blake Lively stars as a surfer girl stranded offshore when a great white shark keeps her from returning to land in this thriller, billed as "Jaws for a new generation". Only 200 metres from survival, getting there will be the ultimate contest of wills. From the director of House of Wax.  Click for more details

Duration : 83 minutes


Tuesday 23rd : 4.15pm, 8.10pm

Wednesday 24th : 12.15pm, 6.00pm

Thursday 25th : 1.20pm, 4.45pm, 8.30pm

Friday 26th : 1.20pm, 4.45pm, 8.30pm

Saturday 27th : 12.15pm, 8.15pm

Sunday 28th : 12.15pm, 8.15pm

Monday 29th : 1.20pm, 6.10pm

Tuesday 30th : 1.20pm, 6.10pm

Wednesday 31st : 1.20pm, 8.30pm

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