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                                                       NEW THIS WEEK


Comedy, Drama  -  Rating: M Coarse Language

Comedy-drama sees "Mad" Mary McArdle return to Drogheda after a short spell in prison for something she'd rather forget. Back home, everything and everyone has changed. Her best friend, Charlene, is about to get married and Mary is maid of honour. When Charlene refuses Mary a 'plus one' on the grounds that she probably couldn't find a date, Mary becomes determined to prove her wrong.


PARIS CAN WAIT                     NEW THIS WEEK

Comedy, Romance  -  Rating: PG Coarse Language

Diane Lane and Arnaud Viard head up this breezy road rom-com set in France and directed by the 80-year-old matriarch of the Coppola family, Eleanor Coppola.

"In her early fifties, Anne (Lane) has arrived at a turning point. Her daughter has left home to attend university, and her nest now feels doubly empty because her workaholic husband (Alec Baldwin), a successful film producer, is chronically absent. When he is called away on location, Anne is offered transport from Cannes to Paris with her husband's friend and business associate (Viard), a seductive bon vivant who unabashedly sets sights on his comely passenger. The trip could be done in a matter of hours, but it stretches into a leisurely two-day journey brimming with diversions such as beautiful churches, fine food, delectable wine — and expert wooing. While the rakish connoisseur regards the many young women he might easily bed as mere soufflé, Anne, he declares, is crème brûlée. But will Anne ultimately surrender to his charms?"


                                  TUESDAY 22-AUGUST

12:15pm  -  Met Opera: Der Rosenkavalier  | PG |

  5:30pm  -  The Trip To Spain  | M |

  7:45pm  -  Dunkirk  | M |

                                   WEDNESDAY 23-AUGUST

3:15pm  -  Dunkirk  | M |

5:30pm  -  The Big Sick  | M |

7:45pm  -  Valerian (3D)  | M | Final Screening!!


                                   THURSDAY 24-AUGUST

2:00pm  -  Paris Can Wait  | PG |

5:45pm  -  Dunkirk  | M |

7:45pm  -  Logan Lucky  | M |

                                     FRIDAY 25-AUGUST

2:00pm  -  Hampstead  | PG | Last Days!!

5:45pm  -  Paris Can Wait  | PG |

7:45pm  -  Dunkirk  | M |

                                    SATURDAY 26-AUGUST

3:15pm  -  The Trip To Spain  | M |

5:30pm  -  Dunkirk  | M |

7:45pm  -  A Date For Mad Mary  | M |

                                   SUNDAY 26-AUGUST

12:45pm  -  Paris Can Wait  | PG |

  2:45pm  -  The Big Sick  | M |

  5:00pm  -  Logan Lucky  | M |

  7:30pm  -  Dunkirk  | M |


                                 WEDNESDAY 30-AUGUST

2:00pm  -  Paris Can Wait  | PG |

5:45pm  -  Hampstead  | PG | Final Screening!!

7:45pm  -  A Date For Mad Mary  | M |



Comedy  -  Rating: M Offensive language

See how the other half steals.

Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Riley Keough and Daniel Craig star in this NASCAR heist comedy from Oscar-winning director Steven Soderberg (Traffic).

Siblings Jimmy (Tatum), Clyde (Driver), and Mellie Logan (Keough) plan a heist at the Charlotte Motor Speedway just before the biggest race of the year, the Coca-Cola 600. But first they must break their vault-opener, John Bang (Craig), out of prison.





 Comedy  -  Rating: M Offensive language

After tripping through the UK & Italy, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon eat, bicker and do impressions while taking in the beauty of Spain.

"This time taking their wit and appetites on a tour through picturesque Spain’s finest fine dining, Coogan and Brydon trade celebrity impressions and witty banter over paella and gazpacho, their comic observations on fame and friendship as dry as the finest Spanish wine. Older and maybe wiser, the pair's conversation roams over many topics, but always seems to come back to fame, family, and getting older. Brydon is now a father, while Coogan is basking in the critical response to a lauded film performance (which he is happy to remind Brydon of at every opportunity), even as his agent seems to be losing interest in his career." (Tribeca Film Festival)





Action, Adventure  -  Rating: M Fantasy violence

Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad) and Dane DeHaan (Chronicle) lead this galactic sci-fi adventure from Luc Besson (The Fifth Element), based on the classic graphic novel series that's inspired countless films including Star Wars. Also stars Clive Owen (Children of Men) and Rihanna.





Comedy, Romance  -  Rating: M Offensive language and sexual references

Director Michael Showalter and co-writer/co-star Kumail Nanjiani (TV's Silicon Valley) reteam for this Judd Apatow-produced culture clash rom-com, a Sundance hit.

"Based on the true story of the film’s writers (and real-life couple), Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani, this modern culture clash shows how Pakistan-born Kumail (Nanjiani) and his American girlfriend, Emily (Kazan), have to overcome the expectations of his family and their 1,400-year-old traditions. As his parents relentlessly set him up with potential brides for an arranged marriage, Kumail navigates treacherous waters in the worlds of both dating and stand-up comedy." (Sundance Film Festival)





Comedy, Drama  -  Rating: PG Course language and sexual references.

Love can grow where you least expect it.

From the Oscar-nominated writer of In the Bedroom comes this romance tale about a widow (Diane Keaton) who is introduced to a man (Brendan Gleeson) living largely in nature. When developers want to destroy his home because of the land he lives on, she helps him fight to maintain his unique way of life.






Action, War  -  Rating: M Violence and offensive language

When 400,000 men couldn't get home, home came for them.

Christopher Nolan's World War II thriller, with Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and Oscar-winner Mark Rylance (Bridge of Spies). Chronicles the fierce Battle of Dunkirk (May 26 - June 4, 1940). Hundreds of thousands of Allied troops are surrounded by enemy forces - trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea - and face an impossible situation as the enemy closes in.


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