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Drama  -  Rating: R16  Violence and cruelty.

Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Liam Neeson and Tadanobu Asano star in Martin Scorsese's historical drama, based on the novel by Shûsaku Endô. The story follows two Jesuit Portuguese Catholic priests who, travelling in 17th century Japan to spread the teachings of Christianity, face violent persecution.

Scorsese has been developing this project since the early '90s and through the years, the likes of Daniel Day-Lewis and Benicio del Toro have been attached to star.


                                                NEW THIS WEEK

HIDDEN FIGURES                

Drama, True Story  -  Rating: PG Course language.

Genius has no race, strength has no courage, courage has no limits.

Based on a true story, Hidden Figures recounts how three black American women served as the brains behind several key 1960s NASA missions. Stars Taraji P. Henson (TV's Empire), Janelle Monáe (Moonlight), and Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer (The Help).

Physicist, space scientist, and mathematician Katherine G. Johnson (Henson), along with Dorothy Vaughan (Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Monáe), were instrumental in executing one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn (Glen Powell) into orbit. It was an achievement that restored the United States' confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanised the world. The gifted trio crossed gender and race lines and inspired generations to dream big. Kirsten Dunst and Kevin Costner co-star.


                            CLOSED MONDAY 20-FEBRUARY


                                        TUESDAY 21-FEBRUARY

3:00pm  -  Hidden Figures  | PG |

5:30pm  -  Lion  | M |

8:00pm  -  Pork Pie  | M |


                                         WEDNESDAY 22-FEBRUARY

3:00pm  -  A Man Called Ove  | M |

5:30pm  -  Hidden Figures  | PG |

8:00pm  -  Silence  | R16 |



Action, Comedy  -  Rating: M Violence, offensive language, drug use and sexual references.

The misfits, the mini, the mayhem.

Dean O'Gorman, James Rolleston and Ashleigh Cummings play a trio of accidental outlaws on the run in a yellow mini in this remake of 1981's Goodbye Pork Pie.

Luke (Rolleston) is on the run from the law, Keira (Cummings) needs to get to a protest in Wellington and Jon (O'Gorman) is chasing his love (Antonia Prebble) all the way to Invercargill. Creating chaos as they go, soon they are followed by a posse of cops and a media frenzy.

This is the feature debut from Matt Murphy, son of Geoff Murphy, director of the 1981 original.




Comedy, Roamnce  -  Rating:  M Offensive Language

Scottish islanders try to plunder cases of whisky from a stranded ship in this remake of the 1949 Ealing comedy of the same name. Stars Eddie Izzard




Comedy, Drama  -  Rating: M Offensive language and suicide.

Misery hates company.

Swedish comedy-drama starring Rolf Lassgård as a grumpy old retiree who develops an unlikely new friendship. Based on Fredrik Backman's novel of the same name.

"This irresistible adaptation of Fredrik Backman’s bestseller is the heart-warming story of how the most short-tempered and stubborn of men is slowly won over by new neighbours." (Edinburgh International Film Festival




Drama, True  -  Rating: PG

The true story of a life lost and found.

Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara and Dev Patel star in this true story drama (based on the memoir by India-born Australian Saroo Brierly). 25 years after being lost on the streets of Calcutta and subsequently adopted by a loving family in Hobart, young Saroo sets out to find his birth family. He embarks on this needle-in-a-haystack quest with only a small store of memories, and the help of Google Maps..






Comedy, Musical  -  Rating: M Offensive Language

Here's to the fools who dream.

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling star in this all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy from the director of 2014's brilliant Whiplash. Story follows a jazz pianist who falls for an aspiring actress in Los Angeles.




Drama  -  Rating: M Violence

The true story of a love that shook an empire.

British period biopic starring David Oyelowo (Nightingale) as Botswanan prince Seretse Khama and Oscar nominee Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) as Ruth, together a mixed race couple whose marriage causes an international stir.

"London, 1947. Jazz lovers Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams meet at a Missionary Society dance. The evening is electric, perhaps in part because both know their attraction is fraught. She's an accomplished office worker, and white. He is a charming law student, and black. What he can't tell her at first is that he's also a prince, first in line to the throne of Bechuanaland (today's Botswana). But despite the obstacles, it's love.


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