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Week of : -  28th Jul 2015 - 5th Aug 2015
Ant-Man  (PG) violence and coarse language
Paul Rudd is Scott Lang, Marvel’s size-changing scientist in this superhero origin story directed by Peyton Reed (Yes Man). Co-stars Evangeline Lilly (The Hobbit), Michael Peña (Fury), Judy Greer (The Descendants) and Hayley Atwell reprising her role as Agent Peggy Carter. Michael Douglas also stars as Hank Pym, an older scientist who once donned the Ant-Man costume. Director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead) was originally set to helm the film until creative differences saw him hand the reigns over to Reed. How the Ant-Man story fits into the wider Marvel Universe or the Avengers films is not yet known, though back in 2010 Wright said the script didn't fit into that chronology and was instead a stand-alone film.  Click for more details

Duration : 117 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 12noon, 8.20pm

Wednesday 29th : 11.30am, 8.00pm

Thursday 30th : 1.50pm

Friday 31st : 1.50pm

Saturday 1st : 10.00am, 4.00pm

Sunday 2nd : 3.50pm

Monday 3rd : 8.20pm

Tuesday 4th : 8.20pm

Wednesday 5th : 5.30pm

Inside Out  (G) 

A major emotion picture.

From Disney/Pixar and the director of Up, a film set inside a little girl's head where five emotions - Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear and Sadness - try to guide her through life. Writer/director Pete Docter told The Hollywood Reporter: "The characters [the five emotions] are created with this energy because we are trying to represent what emotions would look like. They are made up of particles that actually move. Instead of being skin and solid, it is a massive collection of energy. It’s a lot of fun and really takes advantage of what animation can do."  Click for more details

Duration : 96 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 4.10pm

Wednesday 29th : 4.10pm

Thursday 30th : 4.10pm

Friday 31st : 4.10pm

Saturday 1st : 10.00am

Sunday 2nd : 10.00am

Jurassic World  (M) Violence
Twenty-two years after the disastrous events of Jurassic Park, the vision of founder John Hammond is now reality - a fully-functional theme park open to the public, and populated by dinosaurs. While staff member Owen (Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy) conducts research into the fearsome velociraptor, scientists at the park are cooking up a new, genetically-modified dinosaur in the lab... Bryce Dallas Howard (The Village), Vincent D'Onofrio and Jake Johnson co-star, while Colin Trevorrow directs what is just his second feature film after indie charmer Safety Not Guaranteed.  Click for more details

Duration : 124 minutes

Saturday 1st : 11.50am

Sunday 2nd : 11.50am

Learning to Drive  (M) Sex scenes, offensive language and drug use

It's never too late to begin a new adventure.

When her marriage goes down the tubes, a Manhattan writer (Patricia Clarkson, Shutter Island) finds solace in driving lessons with a Sikh instructor (Ben Kingsley). An adaptation of an essay published in The New Yorker by Katha Pollitt. From filmmaker Isabel Coixet (The Secret Life of Words). "Coixet's considerable body of cinematic work doesn't fit easily into categories, but it is clearly unified by the theme of communication, our infinitely nuanced decisions about what we do and don't say to each other... [this] tells a story of two people who must reconfigure their emotional language in order to move forward into new lives. "Wendy (Clarkson), a successful and self-obsessed book editor, comes home to her New York City brownstone one day to find her husband Ted (Jake Weber) leaving her — again. But this time it's for good, and Wendy's initial denial turns into grief, anger, and a hard determination to become self-sufficient. That means learning to drive so she can visit her daughter Tasha (Grace Gummer) at college in Vermont. Wendy's determination wavers when she's faced with the confusing reality of an automobile dashboard, but fortunately she has Darwan (Kingsley), the world's most conscientious driving instructor. As Darwan guides Wendy through her automotive education, his patience invites her to open up about her problems. In turn, Wendy's volatile feelings about her changing marital status serve to highlight Darwan's deeply private concerns about his own impending marriage, and their relationship evolves in unexpected and touching ways." (Toronto International Film Festival)  Click for more details

Duration : 105 minutes

Thursday 30th : 12.20pm

Friday 31st : 12.20pm, 6.00pm

Saturday 1st : 8.10pm

Monday 3rd : 10.00am, 6.00pm

Tuesday 4th : 10.00am, 6.00pm

Wednesday 5th : 11.00am, 6.00pm

Magic Mike XXL  (R16) Offensive language, drug use & sexual themes
Channing Tatum revisits his exploits as a male stripper in this steamy sequel that he also co-wrote. Stepping in the director’s chair is Steven Soderbergh’s (director of the original) long-time assistant director and co-producer Gregory Jacobs.  Click for more details

Duration : 117 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 12noon, 6.00pm

Wednesday 29th : 12noon, 6.00pm

Thursday 30th : 6.00pm

Friday 31st : 6.00pm

Saturday 1st : 5.50pm

Sunday 2nd : 4.00pm

Monday 3rd : 2.00pm, 6.10pm

Tuesday 4th : 2.00pm, 6.10pm

Wednesday 5th : 3.00pm

Man Up  (M) offensive language & sexual references
Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead) and Lake Bell (In a World…) star in this UK rom-com from the director of The Inbetweeners Movie, following a woman who is mistaken for a blind date which accidentally leads to her finding the perfect boyfriend.  Click for more details

Duration : 93 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 10.15am, 6.30pm

Wednesday 29th : 10.00am, 3.40pm

Thursday 30th : 12.15pm

Friday 31st : 12.15pm

Saturday 1st : 4.00pm

Sunday 2nd : 11.45am, 6.20pm

Monday 3rd : 10.00am

Tuesday 4th : 10.00am

Wednesday 5th : 2.20pm, 8.10pm

Minions  (PG) low level violence
Animated laugher, following the history of the little minions from Descpicable Me. At the dawn of time, starting as single-celled yellow organisms, Minions evolve through the ages, perpetually serving the most despicable of masters. Continuously unsuccessful at keeping these masters - from T. Rex to Napoleon - the Minions find themselves without someone to serve and fall into a deep depression.  Click for more details

Duration : 91 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 4.40pm

Saturday 1st : 12noon

Sunday 2nd : 10.00am

Monday 3rd : 4.15pm

Tuesday 4th : 4.15pm

Wednesday 5th : 4.15pm

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation  (M) Violence  No Comps
The Tom Cruise action-spy franchise continues, this time with Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher) in the director's chair. Plot details are unknown at this point, though shooting has taken place in Vienna, Morocco and London. Sean Harris is set to play the villain.  Click for more details

Duration : 132 minutes

Thursday 30th : 10.00am, 8.00pm

Friday 31st : 10.00am, 8.00pm

Saturday 1st : 1.40pm, 8.20pm

Sunday 2nd : 1.30pm, 8.10pm

Monday 3rd : 11.45am, 8.10pm

Tuesday 4th : 11.45am, 8.10pm

Wednesday 5th : 7.45pm

Noble  (M) violence, offensive language and sex scenes

A dream that changed a million lives.

True story biopic on children's rights campaigner Christina Noble, a feisty and courageous Irishwoman who was forced into homelessness as a teen when abandoned by her father. As an adult, her compassionate nature drove her to help nearly a million street-children and their families in Vietnam and Mongolia. "After surviving an early life of poverty, abuse and other misfortunes, Dubliner Christina Noble (Deirdre O’Kane) finally finds her mission in life. Aghast at the images of the Vietnam War (and the subsequent vivid nightmares they inspire), this tenacious, devout woman travels to Ho Chi Minh City in order to establish a clinic and refuge intended to better the lot of street children and war orphans. Is the fighting spirit coursing through her Irish veins a match for widespread corruption and indifference that awaits her? "Bradley’s biopic concerning this remarkable Irish charity worker has already scored a number of awards on the festival circuit. Built around a powerful central performance by O’Kane and boasting an array of well-known faces such as Brendan Coyle (Downton Abbey), Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones) and Ruth Negga (12 Years a Slave) in supporting roles, it’s a truly inspiring film." (Vancouver International Film Festival)  Click for more details

Duration : 100 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 2.15pm

Wednesday 29th : 2.15pm

Thursday 30th : 2.15pm

Friday 31st : 2.15pm

Monday 3rd : 4.10pm

Tuesday 4th : 4.10pm

Wednesday 5th : 1.00pm - Final screening

Paper Towns  (M) Sexual references

Get lost. Get found.

Young adult mystery adapted from the best-selling novel by John Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars. A road trip is kicked off by a group of friends in search of a girl next door who has gone missing. This is director Jake Schreier’s follow-up to his 2012 feature debut Robot & Frank.  Click for more details

Duration : 109 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 10.00am, 8.15pm

Wednesday 29th : 10.00am, 8.15pm

Thursday 30th : 10.20am, 8.15pm

Friday 31st : 10.20am, 8.15pm

Saturday 1st : 2.00pm

Sunday 2nd : 2.00pm

Monday 3rd : 12noon

Tuesday 4th : 12noon

Wednesday 5th : 12.10pm

Terminator: Genisys 3D  (M) 

2015: He'll be back.

From 2015, Terminator is back in a big way beginning with Genisys (the fifth film in the franchise) - the first of a planned trilogy. From the director of Thor: The Dark World. The plot is being kept under wraps, but we know the film stars Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor, Jason Clarke as John Connor, Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese and Arnold Schwarzenegger in the role that made him famous.  Click for more details

Duration : 126 minutes

Tuesday 28th : 2.10pm

Wednesday 29th : 1.30pm

Thursday 30th : 3.50pm

Friday 31st : 3.50pm

Saturday 1st : 6.05pm

Sunday 2nd : 8.00pm

Monday 3rd : 2.00pm

Tuesday 4th : 2.00pm

Wednesday 5th : 10.00am - Final screening

The Audience Encores  (PG) Sexual references
For sixty years, Queen Elizabeth II has met with each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a private weekly meeting. This meeting is known as The Audience. No one knows what they discuss, not even their spouses. Winner of the Best Actress Olivier Award®, The Audience sees Helen Mirren reprise her Olivier Award-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth II, following her Academy Award® win for the same role The Queen. Encore screenings of the original West End production of The Audience, captured live in London in 2013, feature an exclusive Q&A with Stephen Daldry and Helen Mirren.  Click for more details

Duration : 180 minutes

Wednesday 29th : 5.15pm