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ATOMIC BLONDE (15)

Show times:
22nd September - 8:30pm
27th September - 8:15pm
28th September - 8:30pm
Director: David Leitch.
Starring: Charlize Theron,  James McAvoy, Sofia Boutella.
USA 2017. 115 mins.
Charlize Theron kicks serious ass wearing suspenders and stilettos in this slick, action-packed espionage thriller. She plays Lorraine Broughton, a top MI6 operative dispatched to Berlin during the Cold War to investigate the murder of a fellow agent and retrieve a top secret dossier. Once there, she teams up with station chief David Percival (McAvoy) to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies.

DUNKIRK (12A)

Show times:
23rd September - 6:00pm
24th September - 2:30pm
25th September - 8:30pm
26th September - 8:15pm
27th September - 6:00pm
Director: Christopher Nolan.
Starring: Fionn Whitehead, Harry Styles,  Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy.
Netherlands/UK/France/USA 2017. TBC mins.
The mass evacuation of more than 330,000 Allied troops from the beaches of Dunkirk in May 1940 was one of the most dramatic and pivotal episodes of the Second World War. In his latest feature, director Christopher Nolan (Interstellar, The Dark Knight trilogy) plunges viewers into the thick of it with what he describes as “the most visceral experiential two hours that audiences can hope for”. Told from three points of view – land, sea and air – Dunkirk unfolds with a palpable sense of dread and tension, evoking the very human and immediate desire to survive. With cinematography from Hoyte van Hoytema (Interstellar), a score from Hans Zimmer, and an all-star supporting cast that includes Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and Mark Rylance, this is the must-see spectacle of the summer. Contains sustained threat, intense sequences, moderate violence and strong language

THE JUNGLE BOOK (1967) (U)

Show times:
30th September - 1:30pm

Director: Wolfgang Reitherman.
Starring: Phil Harris, Louis Prima.
USA 1967. 78 mins.
See Mowgli, Baloo, King Louie and all the gang in the wonderful Walt Disney classic.  Play the Disney quiz before the show to be in with a chance to win a family gift voucher. 
 It’s 50 years since the film based on Rudyard Kipling’s book was first released, but with brilliant songs and beautiful animation, this tale of the adventures of the orphan Mowgli stands the test of time as a Disney classic.

LOGAN LUCKY (12A)

Show times:
22nd September - 6:00pm
23rd September - 8:15pm
24th September - 7:30pm
26th September - 2:00pm
28th September - 6:00pm
Director: Steven Soderbergh.
Starring: Channing Tatum,  Adam Driver, Daniel Craig, Riley Keough.
USA 2017. 119 mins.
In an attempt to reverse a family curse, brothers Jimmy (Tatum) and Clyde (Driver) Logan set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Referencing his highly successful heist franchise, maverick director Steven Soderbergh describes it as an “inversion of an Ocean’s movie” – and there are certainly some wonderfully comedic moments and wild-card twists, not least when the redneck siblings spring safecracking supremo Joe Bang (Craig) from jail. Contains infrequent strong language and moderate violence. 

THE NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE (U)

Show times:
23rd September - 3:45pm
Director: Cal Brunker.
Voices: Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl,  Maya Rudolph.
Canada/USA/South Korea 2017. TBC mins.
Will Arnett gives his throat a break from LEGO’s rasping Batman to voice a sprightly purple squirrel in this 3D animated sequel. We are back in Oakton City where the dastardly Mayor (Bobby Moynihan) plans to demolish the animals’ home and develop the land into a giant amusement park. So it’s up to our reluctant squirrel hero, Surly (Arnett), to rally his animal chums and save the day – and their home. The original The Nut Job set a new record for the biggest opening weekend for an independent animated movie, making a sequel a nobrainer. This time round Jackie Chan joins the cast as Mr Feng, the leader of a street mouse gang. One to pop the kids in front of over the long summer holidays.

PAWN SACRIFICE (12A)

Show times:
24th September - 5:00pm
25th September - 6:00pm
Director: Edward Zwick.
Starring: Tobey Maguire,  Liev Schreiber, Peter Sarsgaard.
USA/Canada 2014. 115 mins.
Legends Of The Fall director Edward Zwick brings high drama to the otherwise genteel game of chess with a riveting biopic of troubled young American grandmaster Bobby Fischer (Maguire, Spider-Man). In 1972, Fischer took on Russia’s unbeaten champion, Boris Spassky (Schreiber, Spotlight), in Reykjavik. On the board, he fought the Cold War. But in his mind he had to fight his own madness. Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex references.

VICTORIA & ABDUL (PG)

Show times:
29th September - 6:00pm & 8:15pm
30th September - 3:30pm, 6:00pm & 8:15pm
1st October - 2:45pm, 5:15pm & 7:30pm
2nd October - 6:00pm & 8:15pm
3rd October - 2:00pm & 5:00pm
4th October - 6:00pm & 8:15pm
5th October - 6:00pm & 8:15pm
Director: Stephen Frears.
Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Eddie Izzard.
UK/USA 2017. TBC mins.
The year is 1887, and the British Empire is celebrating Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. A young Indian clerk, Abdul Karim (Fazal), travels to England to present the monarch with a ceremonial coin. “Whatever you do, you must not look at Her Majesty”, he is told. But he does. And he smiles. And so begins one of the unlikeliest friendships in history. As the Queen (Dench) questions the constrictions of her long-held position, she forms a strong bond with her newest servant. Their devoted alliance provokes outrage and conspiracy within the Royal Household, but it rejuvenates the cosseted ruler, who begins to see a changing world through new eyes. A lavish, heartfelt period drama with wit and charm, Victoria & Abdul allows us to peek beyond the portraits and imagine the hardships – and joys – of being the figurehead of the last true empire.