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Week of : -  23rd Sep 2014 - 1st Oct 2014
Housebound  (R13) Violence, horror scenes and offensive language

Terror gets domesticated.

Ghostly Kiwi tale – fusing horror, mystery and comedy – sees Kylie (Morgana O'Reilly) sentenced to home detention and forced to return to her childhood home. There, Kylie finds herself not only sharing the house once again with her mum (Rima Te Wiata) – who's convinced the place is haunted – but also unsettling phenomena that force Kylie to consider that a ghostly being may not only exist, but also be pissed off about her presence. The directorial debut of Gerard Johnstone (TV's The Jaquie Brown Diaries).  Click for more details

Duration : 119 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 8.10pm

Wednesday 24th : 8.10pm

Friday 26th : 2.50pm

Saturday 27th : 6.15pm

Sunday 28th : 6.15pm

If I Stay  (M) 

Live for love.

Mia (Grace Moretz) thought the hardest decision she would ever face would be whether to pursue her musical dreams at Juilliard or follow a different path to be with the love of her life (Jamie Blackley). But what should have been a carefree family drive changes everything in an instant, and now her own life hangs in the balance. Caught between life and death for one revealing day, Mia has only one decision left, which will not only decide her future but her ultimate fate.  Click for more details

Duration : 125 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 12.15pm, 6.15pm

Wednesday 24th : 12.15pm, 6.15pm

Thursday 25th : 7.40pm

Friday 26th : 8.10pm

Saturday 27th : 8.15pm

Sunday 28th : 8.15pm

Monday 29th : 6.00pm

Tuesday 30th : 6.00pm

Into the Storm  (M) adult themes

There is no calm before the storm.

The director of Final Destination 5 places a group of storm-chasers in the middle of a chaotic cyclone in this natural disaster thriller, where the whole town of Silverton could be wiped off the map. Stars Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and Sarah Wayne Callies (TV’s The Walking Dead).  Click for more details

Duration : 89 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 2.55pm

Wednesday 24th : 2.55pm, 6.30pm

Friday 26th : 6.30pm

Monday 29th : 5.30pm

Tuesday 30th : 5.30pm

Wednesday 1st : 4.00pm

Lucy  (R16) Violence

The average person uses 10% of their brain capacity, imagine what you could do with 100%.

Scarlett Johansson leads this biological sci-fi actioner from Luc Besson (Taken, The Fifth Element) following an innocent woman forced into becoming a drug mule. But when the bag of high tech drugs leaks inside her, the concoction gifts her superhuman abilities. Co-stars Morgan Freeman.  Click for more details

Duration : 90 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 6.30pm

Wednesday 24th : 8.15pm

Thursday 25th : 3.45pm

Friday 26th : 6.20pm

Saturday 27th : 4.05pm

Sunday 28th : 4.05pm

Monday 29th : 7.10pm

Tuesday 30th : 7.10pm

Wednesday 1st : 7.10pm

Magic in the Moonlight  (PG) 
Set in the 1920s on the opulent and idyllic Riviera in the south of France, Woody Allen’s Magic in the Moonlight is an enchanting romantic comedy starring Colin Firth and Emma Stone. The film follows cynical and arrogant Englishman Stanley (Firth), a master illusionist who is invited to the Catledge Family mansion to unmask a possible swindle involving an alluring young clairvoyant named Sophie (Stone). At first, Stanley is confident he can expose Sophie as a fraud in no time. But as he witnesses her accomplish numerous supernatural feats, Stanley begins to question his whole rational worldview – if Sophie’s powers are real, anything could be possible. Charming, funny and featuring terrific performances, Magic in the Moonlight delves into the very heart of our belief in something more, with a twist you won’t see coming.  Click for more details

Duration : 97 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 10.30am, 4.30pm

Wednesday 24th : 10.30am, 4.30pm

Thursday 25th : 5.50pm

Friday 26th : 4.40pm

Saturday 27th : 4.20pm

Sunday 28th : 4.20pm

Wednesday 1st : 11.00am

Planes: Fire & Rescue  (G)   No Comps

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

Thursday 25th : 4.15pm

Friday 26th : 2.50pm

Saturday 27th : 10.35am, 2.30pm

Sunday 28th : 10.35am, 2.30pm

Monday 29th : 10.00am, 1.45pm

Tuesday 30th : 10.00am, 1.45pm

Wednesday 1st : 10.10am, 5.40pm

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles  (M) medium level violence  No Comps
Starting life as a comic book, the four sewer-dwelling anthropomorphic turtles named after Renaissance artists have since appeared as a hit toy range, four live action movies in the '90s, and multiple animated TV series. This is their reboot, with William Fichtner cast as nemesis Shredder, Megan Fox as hottie reporter April O'Neil and Michael Bay (Transformers) serving as executive producer. The turtles will be brought to life by motion-capture CGI. Darkness has settled over New York City as the diabolical Shredder and his Foot Clan hold an iron grip on the police and politicians. It's up to our four outcast heroes - Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael - and fearless reporter O'Neil to unravel Shredders plot.  Click for more details

Duration : 101 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 1.00pm, 4.35pm, 8.10pm

Wednesday 24th : 1.00pm, 4.35pm

Thursday 25th : 10.45am, 2.00pm

Friday 26th : 4.30pm

Saturday 27th : 12.40pm, 6.00pm

Sunday 28th : 12.40pm, 6.00pm

Monday 29th : 11.50am, 3.35pm

Tuesday 30th : 11.50am, 3.35pm

Wednesday 1st : 2.40pm, 6.25pm

The Boxtrolls  (PG) low level violence  No Comps

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes... even rectangles.

Stop-motion animated family adventure from Laika Entertainment (Paranorman, Coraline) about Eggs, a young orphan boy raised under the streets by a group of cave-dwelling, trash-collecting creatures known as the Boxtrolls. The Boxtrolls are targeted by an evil exterminator named Archibald Snatcher (Ben Kingsley), but he'll have to get pasts Eggs first. Based on the children’s novel Here Be Monsters and featuring the voices of Elle Fanning, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Toni Collette and Richard Ayoade.  Click for more details

Duration : 97 minutes

Thursday 25th : 12.15pm, 2.20pm

Saturday 27th : 10.40am, 2.30pm

Sunday 28th : 10.40am, 2.30pm

Monday 29th : 10.00am, 1.45pm

Tuesday 30th : 10.00am, 1.45pm

Wednesday 1st : 12.50pm, 4.35pm

The Dark Horse  (M) Drug use, offensive language and violence
Cliff Curtis (Whale Rider, Sunshine) leads this true Kiwi story as Genesis Potini, the speed-chess prodigy from New Zealand who battled severe bipolar disorder for years. Co-stars James Rolleston (Boy), Kirk Torrance (Stickmen) and Miriama McDowell (No. 2). After being released from a mental institution, Genesis moves in with his distant gang-affiliated brother and teenage nephew (Rolleston). With no desire to stay in the gang house all day, Genesis joins the local Gisborne chess club where he hopes to somehow coach its youthful and diverse members to a national championship.  Click for more details

Duration : 124 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 2.10pm

Wednesday 24th : 2.10pm - Final screening

The Hundred-Foot Journey  (PG) Coarse language

Life's greatest journey begins with the first step.

Director Lasse Hallström's (Chocolat) adaptation of the Richard C. Morais novel about the rivalry between an Indian restaurant that is 100 feet away from a three-Michelin-star bistro in the south of France. Produced by Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey, starring Oscar-winner Helen Mirren (The Queen). A young immigrant named Hassan (Manish Dayal, Breaking The Girls) and his father (Om Puri, Ghandi) open an Indian restaurant in Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val in the south of France. Hassan - a gifted chef - must win over the eccentric Madame Mallory (Mirren), the head chef at the revered Le Saule Pleureur bistro.  Click for more details

Duration : 122 minutes

Tuesday 23rd : 10.45am

Wednesday 24th : 10.45am

Monday 29th : 3.20pm

Tuesday 30th : 3.20pm

Wednesday 1st : 1.50pm - Final screening

The Inbetweeners 2  (R16) Nudity, offensive language & sexual content

Soz, Oz.

Jay (James Buckley), Neil (Blake Harrison), Simon (Joe Thomas) and Will (Simon Bird) head to Australia - "the sex capital of the world" - with "puss-ay" on their minds and backpacking/partying on the agenda. This is a sequel to the first Inbetweeners Movie (2011), a spin-off of the hit three-season British sitcom (2008-2010).  Click for more details

Duration : 96 minutes

Thursday 25th : 12.35pm

Monday 29th : 8.50pm

Tuesday 30th : 8.50pm

Wednesday 1st : 8.50pm - Final screening

The Maze Runner  No Comps
In a distopian future, a group of boys are delivered to The Glade - a large, open expanse ringed by a looming stone maze - with no memory of who they are or how they got there. Their only chance for escape is through The Maze. Adapted from the first novel in the young adult, sci-fi trilogy by James Dashner. When Thomas (Dylan O'Brien, TV's Teen Wolf) wakes up in a lift, the only thing he can remember is his first name. When the doors open, Thomas finds himself surrounded by a group of boys. Just like Thomas, the Gladers don’t know why or how they got there. All they know is that every morning the stone doors to the maze open, every night they're closed, and every 30 days someone new is delivered in the lift. But the day after Thomas arrives, a girl is sent...  Click for more details


Thursday 25th : 10.15am, 7.30pm

Friday 26th : 8.00pm

Saturday 27th : 12.20pm, 8.10pm

Sunday 28th : 12.20pm, 8.10pm

Monday 29th : 11.40am, 8.00pm

Tuesday 30th : 11.40am, 8.00pm

Wednesday 1st : 11.45am, 8.20pm