Cinema Listings

One week from Friday, August 28, 2015


Now Showing

Inside Out (PG): After young Riley is uprooted from her midwest life and moved to San Francisco, her emotions conflict on how to adapt to a new life. Animated comedy adventure from Disney Pixar. Com
Minions (U): Minions Stuart, Kevin and Bob are recruited by a super-villain who hatches a plot to take over the world. Animated comedy adventure with the voices of Sandra Bullock, Michael Keaton and Steve Carrell. Com
Pixels (12A): When aliens misinterpret video feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, they attack the Earth in the form of the video games. Sci-fi comedy starring Adam Sandler. Com
Hitman Agent 47 (15): A film based on the Hitman video-game series, follows a mysterious assassin, known only as Agent 47. The elite killer,  genetically engineered from conception to be the perfect killing machine, teams up with a young woman to take on a mega corporation with plans to unlock the agent’s past and create its own army of assassins. An American-German action film starring Zachary Quinto. Com
Strange Magic (U): The land of fairies and light goes head to head with the bog creatures of the dark forest in a battle over a powerful potion. An animated Lucasfilm musical fantasy, starring Maya Rudolph and Alfred Molina. Com
Paper Towns (12A): An all-night adventure with long-time crush, Margo, leaves Quentin reeling. When she disappears, leaving behind clues, Quentin embarks on a journey of a lifetime. A mystery-comedy-drama starring Cara Delevigne in her debut lead role and Nat Wolff. Com
The Bad Education Movie (15): Comic Jack Whitehall stars in the big-screen adaptation of successful television show of the same name. Whitehall’s Mr Wickers takes his class on one final school trip after they finish their GCSEs. Com

Arthouse

The story of a young lion rising to greatness and the coming-of-age of three California surfers who reunite to ride epic waves, can be watched in the perfect surroundings, weather permitting, this weekend.
As part of the Extraordinary Travelling Film Show, at Sandown’s Eastern Beach tonight (Friday) Big Wednesday (PG) is due to be shown. Viewers can watch Jan-Michael Vincent, William Katt and Gary Busey surf Malibu breakers with the sound of waves lapping beside them.
Doors open at 6pm and the film starts at 8pm. 
Big cats stalking their pens and roaring at the night sky at IW Zoo in Sandown, will provide an atmospheric backdrop to the Disney classic The Lion King (U) tomorrow night (Saturday). 
The zoo opens at 6.30pm for the film to start at 8.30pm. 
Ventnor Arts Club, plays host to two very different films this week.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Argentinian black comedy Wild Tales (15) tells six stand-alone stories, united by common themes of violence and vengeance. The showing starts at 7.30pm.
The club is also showing 2014 film The Rover (15), an Australian dystopian apocalyptic drama. 
The modern Western-style film, set in the Australian outback a decade after global economic collapse, stars Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson. The film starts at 7.30pm on Thursday.



Cinemas: 

Com — Commodore, Ryde www.leoleisurecommodore.co.uk
Med — Medina Theatre, Newport www.medinatheatre.co.uk/movies.shtml
Qy — Quay Arts, Newport www.quayarts.org
Ap — Apollo Theatre, Newport
Fre — Freshwater Memorial Hall
Brad — Brading Roman Villa
Tri  Trinity Theatre, Cowes
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