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Out Now: Paradesi (12A)Film Times: 14:00, 17:20 & 20:40

Acclaimed director Bala returns with this drama set during pre-independence India. Adharvaa, Dhansika and Vedhika Kumar star in this tough film inspired by the famous Malayalam novel Eriyum Panikadu. Initially titled Eriyum Thanal, the new title Paradesi means ‘a wanderer who doesn’t have a permanent shelter and adopts himself to wherever he’s placed.’ The film continues Bala’s tradition of dealing with hard-hitting subject matter, and features a wonderful musical score from GV Prakash, who skilfully replicates the sounds of the period. With English subtitles.

Out Now: Paradesi (12A)
Film Times: 14:00, 17:20 & 20:40

Acclaimed director Bala returns with this drama set during pre-independence India. Adharvaa, Dhansika and Vedhika Kumar star in this tough film inspired by the famous Malayalam novel Eriyum Panikadu. Initially titled Eriyum Thanal, the new title Paradesi means ‘a wanderer who doesn’t have a permanent shelter and adopts himself to wherever he’s placed.’ The film continues Bala’s tradition of dealing with hard-hitting subject matter, and features a wonderful musical score from GV Prakash, who skilfully replicates the sounds of the period. With English subtitles.

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Out Now: Maniac (18)Film Times: 19:10 & 21:30

Elijah Wood plays a deranged serial killer in this brutal remake of the notorious 1980s cult horror. A disturbed loner, Frank Zito (Elijah Wood) is shattered by the death of his mother, with whom he had lived well into adulthood. In the void left by her death, Frank becomes a serial killer, stalking and murdering women. He then adorns the mannequins in his store with their scalps. But when he forms a relationship with artist Anna (Nora Arnezeder), Frank is torn. Can he resist the urge to kill again - or will Anna become another victim? On its release in 1980, William Lustig’s horror Maniac whipped up a storm due to its unrelentingly graphic violence. Now, Alexandre Aja (the man behind controversial French horror Switchblade Romance) teams up with director Franck Khalfoun to bring a disturbing new vision to the screen, in which the story is seen entirely from the point of view of the killer himself.

Out Now: Maniac (18)
Film Times: 19:10 & 21:30

Elijah Wood plays a deranged serial killer in this brutal remake of the notorious 1980s cult horror. A disturbed loner, Frank Zito (Elijah Wood) is shattered by the death of his mother, with whom he had lived well into adulthood. In the void left by her death, Frank becomes a serial killer, stalking and murdering women. He then adorns the mannequins in his store with their scalps. But when he forms a relationship with artist Anna (Nora Arnezeder), Frank is torn. Can he resist the urge to kill again - or will Anna become another victim? On its release in 1980, William Lustig’s horror Maniac whipped up a storm due to its unrelentingly graphic violence. Now, Alexandre Aja (the man behind controversial French horror Switchblade Romance) teams up with director Franck Khalfoun to bring a disturbing new vision to the screen, in which the story is seen entirely from the point of view of the killer himself.

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Out Now: The Paperboy (15)Film Times: 12:35, 15:10, 17:50 & 20:20

The 1960s Deep South forms a vivid, sweltering backdrop to this deep-fried serving of sex and murder! Crusading Miami Times journalist Ward Jansen (Matthew McConaughey) is hungry for a story that will make his name. He has returned to his Florida hometown with the aim of exonerating death-row inmate Hillary Van Wetter (John Cusack). Accompanied by his younger brother Jack (Zac Efron), Ward aims to prove that Wetter was framed for the murder of a local Sheriff, who had previously stomped Wetter’s cousin to death. Helping Ward are Englishman Yardley Acheman (David Oyelowo) and white trash temptress Charlotte Bess (Nicole Kidman). Charlotte has fallen in love with Wetter, despite never having met him - and soon Jack falls head over heels for her. The temperature soon mounts in this steamy, atmospheric drama based on Pete Dexter’s acclaimed novel - a sweat-drenched slice of Southern Gothic brimming with sexual and racial tension.

Out Now: The Paperboy (15)
Film Times: 12:35, 15:10, 17:50 & 20:20

The 1960s Deep South forms a vivid, sweltering backdrop to this deep-fried serving of sex and murder! Crusading Miami Times journalist Ward Jansen (Matthew McConaughey) is hungry for a story that will make his name. He has returned to his Florida hometown with the aim of exonerating death-row inmate Hillary Van Wetter (John Cusack). Accompanied by his younger brother Jack (Zac Efron), Ward aims to prove that Wetter was framed for the murder of a local Sheriff, who had previously stomped Wetter’s cousin to death. Helping Ward are Englishman Yardley Acheman (David Oyelowo) and white trash temptress Charlotte Bess (Nicole Kidman). Charlotte has fallen in love with Wetter, despite never having met him - and soon Jack falls head over heels for her. The temperature soon mounts in this steamy, atmospheric drama based on Pete Dexter’s acclaimed novel - a sweat-drenched slice of Southern Gothic brimming with sexual and racial tension.

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We’ll be showing previews of The Croods (U) this weekedFilm Times: 10:30, 11:10, 11:50, 12:30, 13:00, 13:40, 14:20, 15:00, 15:30, 16:10, 16:50, 17:30 & 18:40

The makers of How to Train Your Dragon present a spectacular prehistoric comedy adventure! The Croods are a loveable Stone-Age family. Headed by Dad Grug (Nicholas Cage), they include wife Ugga (Catherine Keener) and eldest daughter Eep (Emma Stone). Grug has only one rule for his brood - never venture outside their cave! But it all gets too much for Eep - whose curiosity gets the better of her. She makes the decision to explore outside the cave - just as a massive earthquake hits. When the dust settles, the family are stunned to discover that their whole world has been transformed! Now Grug must seek out a new home for his family in this strange and unfamiliar environment. And things are complicated even further when Eep takes a liking to nomad Guy (Ryan Reynolds). Filled with memorable characters, this energetic family treat takes viewers young and old on an exciting adventure towards new horizons.

We’ll be showing previews of The Croods (U) this weeked
Film Times: 10:30, 11:10, 11:50, 12:30, 13:00, 13:40, 14:20, 15:00, 15:30, 16:10, 16:50, 17:30 & 18:40

The makers of How to Train Your Dragon present a spectacular prehistoric comedy adventure! The Croods are a loveable Stone-Age family. Headed by Dad Grug (Nicholas Cage), they include wife Ugga (Catherine Keener) and eldest daughter Eep (Emma Stone). Grug has only one rule for his brood - never venture outside their cave! But it all gets too much for Eep - whose curiosity gets the better of her. She makes the decision to explore outside the cave - just as a massive earthquake hits. When the dust settles, the family are stunned to discover that their whole world has been transformed! Now Grug must seek out a new home for his family in this strange and unfamiliar environment. And things are complicated even further when Eep takes a liking to nomad Guy (Ryan Reynolds). Filled with memorable characters, this energetic family treat takes viewers young and old on an exciting adventure towards new horizons.

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Iron Man 3 is released on 25th April, you can book tickets online now or collect them from our Box Office.
Can’t wait til the 25th? Come to our midnight screening on the 24th!

Iron Man 3 is released on 25th April, you can book tickets online now or collect them from our Box Office.

Can’t wait til the 25th? Come to our midnight screening on the 24th!

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Out Now: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (15)Film Times: 12:25, 15:00, 17:35 & 20:00

Abracadabra! Steve Carell and Jim Carrey play rival magicians in this wacky comedy. When he was a boy, Burt Wonderstone dedicated himself to learning the art of magic. Thirty years later, the adult Burt (Steve Carell) is half of a successful Las Vegas double-act with Anton Marvelton (Steve Buscemi) - but their glory days are behind them. When Burt accidentally injures Anton during a crucial trick, it leads to the end of their partnership. And Burt’s problems don’t end there… A crazy, kooky new magician called Steve Gray (Jim Carrey) has gained notoriety by performing jaw-dropping stunts and illusions, such as sleeping on hot coals! Completely overshadowed, Burt realises that in order to defeat his rival, he must get Anton back. Can he pull the rabbit out of the hat and come up with an illusion like no-one’s ever seen before? Prepare for a catty, campy, lycra-clad battle of the magicians…

Out Now: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (15)
Film Times: 12:25, 15:00, 17:35 & 20:00

Abracadabra! Steve Carell and Jim Carrey play rival magicians in this wacky comedy. When he was a boy, Burt Wonderstone dedicated himself to learning the art of magic. Thirty years later, the adult Burt (Steve Carell) is half of a successful Las Vegas double-act with Anton Marvelton (Steve Buscemi) - but their glory days are behind them. When Burt accidentally injures Anton during a crucial trick, it leads to the end of their partnership. And Burt’s problems don’t end there… A crazy, kooky new magician called Steve Gray (Jim Carrey) has gained notoriety by performing jaw-dropping stunts and illusions, such as sleeping on hot coals! Completely overshadowed, Burt realises that in order to defeat his rival, he must get Anton back. Can he pull the rabbit out of the hat and come up with an illusion like no-one’s ever seen before? Prepare for a catty, campy, lycra-clad battle of the magicians…

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Out Now: Red Dawn (12A)Film Times: 12:05, 14:15, 16:35, 19:00 & 21:20

Chris Hemsworth heads the cast in this action-packed remake of the ’80s classic. On leave from the Marines, Jed (Chris Hemsworth) returns to his hometown of Spokane, Washington where he’s reunited with his brother, college football star Matt (Josh Peck). However, their happy reunion is interrupted when Spokane is overrun by paratroopers and military aircraft - signalling the start of a full-blown invasion! Banding together with Robert (Josh Hutcherson), Toni (Adrianne Palicki) and Erica (Isabel Lucas), the brothers form a guerrilla army to fight back against the invaders. The battle is on to defend their country - whatever the cost. Back in 1984, John Milius’ Red Dawn pitted a group of American teens against invading Communist forces. Now the story has been brought up to date with a sinister new enemy. Veteran stunt co-ordinator Dan Bradley (The Bourne Ultimatum) makes his directorial debut with this fast-paced remake with a hot young cast headed by man-of-the-moment Hemsworth.

Out Now: Red Dawn (12A)
Film Times: 12:05, 14:15, 16:35, 19:00 & 21:20

Chris Hemsworth heads the cast in this action-packed remake of the ’80s classic. On leave from the Marines, Jed (Chris Hemsworth) returns to his hometown of Spokane, Washington where he’s reunited with his brother, college football star Matt (Josh Peck). However, their happy reunion is interrupted when Spokane is overrun by paratroopers and military aircraft - signalling the start of a full-blown invasion! Banding together with Robert (Josh Hutcherson), Toni (Adrianne Palicki) and Erica (Isabel Lucas), the brothers form a guerrilla army to fight back against the invaders. The battle is on to defend their country - whatever the cost. Back in 1984, John Milius’ Red Dawn pitted a group of American teens against invading Communist forces. Now the story has been brought up to date with a sinister new enemy. Veteran stunt co-ordinator Dan Bradley (The Bourne Ultimatum) makes his directorial debut with this fast-paced remake with a hot young cast headed by man-of-the-moment Hemsworth.

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Out Now: Welcome To The Punch (15)Film Times: 13:20, 16:00, 18:40 & 21:10
It’s cop versus criminal in this stylish British action movie starring James McAvoy and Mark Strong. Ex-crim Jacob Sternwood (Mark Strong) is the sworn enemy of Detective Max Lewinsky (James McAvoy). Lewinsky has been pursuing his nemesis for years but has never taken him down. That is, until Sternwood’s son is involved in a botched heist - which forces Sternwood to return to London from his Icelandic hideout. Lewinsky immediately spies an opportunity and sets out to arrest the man he’s been after for so long. But events take an unexpected turn, revealing a deeper conspiracy that puts both of their lives in danger. Director of cult 2009 drama Shifty, Eran Creevy presents a visually arresting and dramatic thriller. Shot in a striking colour palate of blue and green hues, it’s a riveting story that pits two of Britain’s best screen actors against one another.

Out Now: Welcome To The Punch (15)
Film Times: 13:20, 16:00, 18:40 & 21:10

It’s cop versus criminal in this stylish British action movie starring James McAvoy and Mark Strong. Ex-crim Jacob Sternwood (Mark Strong) is the sworn enemy of Detective Max Lewinsky (James McAvoy). Lewinsky has been pursuing his nemesis for years but has never taken him down. That is, until Sternwood’s son is involved in a botched heist - which forces Sternwood to return to London from his Icelandic hideout. Lewinsky immediately spies an opportunity and sets out to arrest the man he’s been after for so long. But events take an unexpected turn, revealing a deeper conspiracy that puts both of their lives in danger. Director of cult 2009 drama Shifty, Eran Creevy presents a visually arresting and dramatic thriller. Shot in a striking colour palate of blue and green hues, it’s a riveting story that pits two of Britain’s best screen actors against one another.
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12 issues for £32 (debit/credit card) saving 33% or £15.88
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Out next Unlimited Card Screening will be Danny Boyle’s Trance on March 25th at 20:30. Get your tickets online or from out box office.

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