Current Films

Tickets are $14.00 across the board, not bad aye! You don't need to book your tickets online folks there is generally plenty of space in our regular movie sessions. If it is a special event we will have online ticketing options available.

Kiwi Christmas

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hr 19 mins

STARTS NOV 30
Fed up with the materialism of Christmas, Santa runs away to New Zealand for a summer holiday. When two Kiwi kids figure out who he is, they have to find a way to get him back to the North Pole in time for Christmas. From Kiwi director Tony Simpson (Derby Dogs).

Human Traces

Rating: M Violence, offensive language & drug use

Running time: 1 hr 26 mins

STARTS DEC 14

Kiwi filmmaker Nic Gorman's feature debut is a thriller set against the rugged backdrop of the Canterbury and Otago coasts. Stars Sophie Henderson.

"The drama takes place 750 kms south of New Zealand, where husband-and-wife scientist team Sarah (Sophie Henderson) and Glenn (Mark Mitchinson) have been posted to monitor the ecosystem of a remote island. When a mysterious stranger named Pete (Vinnie Bennett) arrives, paranoia and deception begin to disrupt the order. Splitting his film into three chapters, each told from a different character’s perspective, Gorman delights in disorienting his audience. Each new act is designed to reassemble the last: no sooner have you sided with one character than you find your allegiance complicated by the next point of view." (New Zealand International Film Festival)

Menashe

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hr 22 mins

STARTS DEC 14
"Menashe (Menashe Lustig), a kind, hapless grocery store clerk, struggles to make ends meet and responsibly parent his young son, Rieven, following his wife Leah's death. Tradition prohibits Menashe from raising his son alone, so Rieven's strict uncle adopts him, leaving Menashe heartbroken. Meanwhile, though Menashe seems to bungle every challenge in his path, his rabbi grants him one special week with Rieven before Leah's memorial. It's his chance to prove himself a suitable man of faith and fatherhood, and restore respect among his doubters." (Sundance Film Festival)

Borg vs McEnroe

Rating: M Offensive language & nudity

Running time: 1 hr 47 mins

STARTS DEC 7
Wimbledon, 1980. The rainiest summer in decades. The world is waiting to see the number one tennis player in the world, Björn Borg, claim his fifth Wimbledon title. But few know of the drama behind the scenes: at only 24, Borg is close to the end - run-down, worn out and ridden with anxiety. Meanwhile, the challenger John McEnroe, 20, has decided to replace his former hero on the Wimbledon throne.

Borg/McEnroe is a story about the price of success. How the world’s two best tennis players, already in their early twenties, are imprisoned by their own careers. Two athletes constantly reduced to each other’s opposites by a commercialized tennis industry: the cartoonish ”lce Borg” and ”Superbrat”. Two rivals who, during Wimbledon 1980, are forced to realize that the only person capable of understanding what they are going through is their worst enemy

Ingrid Goes West

Rating: R16 Violence, offensive language, drug use, sex scenes & suicide

Running time: 1 hr 38 mins

STARTS Nov 23
Following the death of her mother and a series of self-inflicted setbacks, young Ingrid Thorburn (Plaza) escapes a humdrum existence by moving out West to befriend her Instagram obsession, LA socialite Taylor Sloane (Olsen). After a quick bond is forged between these unlikeliest of friends, the façade begins to crack in both women’s lives.

Aubrey Plaza (Safety Not Guaranteed) leads this dark comedy as a mentally disturbed woman who chases a social media star (Elizabeth Olsen, Captain America: Civil War). Co-stars O'Shea Jackson Jr. (Straight Outta Compton) and Wyatt Russell (Everybody Wants Some).

The Hero

Rating: M Sex scenes, offensive language & drug use

Running time: 1 hr 37 mins

STARTS DEC 28
Sam Elliott is an ailing movie star who comes to terms with his past and mortality in this Sundance Grand Jury Prize-nominated comedy drama.

"Lee Hayden (Elliott) is an aging Western icon with a golden voice, but his best performances are decades behind him. He spends his days reliving old glories and smoking too much weed with his former-co-star-turned-dealer, Jeremy (Nick Offerman), until a surprise cancer diagnosis brings his priorities into sharp focus. He soon strikes up an exciting, contentious relationship with stand-up comic Charlotte (Laura Prepon), and he attempts to reconnect with his estranged daughter, Lucy (Krysten Ritter), all while searching for one final role to cement his legacy." (Sundance Film Festival)

The Music of Silence

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hr 55 mins

STARTS JAN 19
Known for his interpretations of famous opera arias and the masterpiece “Time to Say Goodbye”, Andrea Bocelli’s autobiography THE MUSIC OF SILENCE tells his story through his alter ego, Amos Bardi.
Amos Bardi’s life was full of challenges from an early age. He was born in a small village near Tuscany with the gift of a beautiful voice but an illness which left him almost blind. Amos became separated from his family to learn braille at an institute, where he suffered an unfortunate accident causing him to completely lose his sight. Despite everything, Amos refused to give up. Music gave him passion and guided him. Eventually Amos’s incredible voice would win him adulation locally, and ultimately worldwide.
THE MUSIC OF SILENCE is the heartwarming true story about a man who discovers himself and others against the odds through the pursuit of beauty.