Due Date (15)
Screening until Thurs 18 Nov
Tues 09 to Fri 12: 5pm & 7.30pm
Sat 13 & Sun 14: 2.45pm, 5pm, 7.30pm
Mon 15, Tues 16, Thurs 18: 8pm
Weds 17: 2.30pm & 8pm
In a non-stop race against time to get home for the birth of his first child, highly strung Peter (Robert Downey Jr), is forced to hitch a ride across America with college slacker and aspiring thespian Ethan (Zach Galifianakis - The Hangover). While travelling together the mis-matched couple must endure a cross country road trip from hell, resulting in the destruction of several cars, numerous friendships and Peter’s last remaining nerve. This ludicrous comedy is a must-see for all fans of The Hangover.
Made in Dagenham (15) 113mins
Fri 12: 4.30pm
Sat 13 & Sun 14: 8pm
Factory worker Rita (Sally Hawkins) is outraged by the lack of respect shown towards female employees by senior Fords officials and leads her colleagues to take on their bosses, an increasingly belligerent local community and eventually the government, in a fight for equal pay. In proving their intelligence and unpredictability is a match for any of their male opponents, these spirited women took a stand for what was right and changed a system that no one wanted to admit was broken. Based on the true story of the 1968 mass female walk-out from the Ford Dagenham car plant and from the director of Calendar Girls, this stars a wealth of British talent, including Miranda Richardson, Rosamund Pike and Bob Hoskins.
The Social Network (12A) 120mins
Fri 12: 8pm
Sat 13 & Sun 14: 4.15pm
In 2003, Harvard computer genius Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) started working on an innovative new networking concept and in a frenzy of blogging and programming created a global revolution in communication - otherwise known as Facebook. After becoming the youngest billionaire in history, Mark realises that success can lead to both personal and legal complications. After all, you don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies.
Despicable Me 3D (U) 95mins
Sat 13 & Sun 14 Nov
Sat 13: 10.45am & 1.45pm
Sun 14: 1.45pm
Your last chance to watch the worlds second greatest villain, Gru (Steve Carrell), and his army of minions plot the ultimate heist - to steal the moon! Armed with a vast arsenal of unusual weapons, Gru plans his next audacious scam…until he meets his greatest challenge yet: three adorable orphaned little girls who look at him and see something no one has ever seen before - a new dad.
Please note: All 3D screenings will be subject to a charge of £2.00 extra per ticket
Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (12A) 147mins*
Fri 19 Nov to Thurs 02 Dec
Fri 19 to Mon 22: 1.15pm, 4.30pm & 7.45pm
Tues 23 to Thurs 25: 4.30pm & 7.45pm
Fri 26 to Sun 28: 1.15pm, 4.30pm & 7.45pm
Mon 29 to Thurs 02: 4.30pm & 7.45pm
Harry Potter Weekend: Fri 19 to Sun 21 Nov - a free drink to anyone who dresses up as their favourite character.
As Harry’s final adventure starts, he, Ron and Hermione set out on the perilous mission to track down and destroy the secret to Voldemort’s immortality. All alone, without guidance or protection, the three friends must rely solely on each other as Voldemort’s Death Eaters seize control of the Ministry of Magic, and even Hogwarts, in their search for Harry. For now the Chosen One has become the hunted one…
£1 voucher off Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part 2 3D (due for release in July 2011) for everyone who watches Deathly Hallows Part 1!
*Please note that this will now be screening nationwide in 2D not 3D
Another Year (12A) 130mins
Fri 19 to Thurs 25 Nov
Fri 19: 1.30pm
Sat 20: No show
Sun 21: 5pm & 8.15pm
Mon 22: 5pm
Tues 23 & Weds 24: 5pm & 8.15pm
Thurs 25: 1.30pm
Tracing a year of changes in the life of a close-knit family and their relationship with colleagues and friends, this intimate ensemble drama is another slice of realism from writer and director Mike Leigh. Gerri and Tom (Ruth Sheen and Jim Broadbent) are a happily married middle-aged couple, whose pleasant, contented home has become a magnet for lost and damaged souls. During the passing of four Sunday afternoons in different seasons, the intense affection felt for their family by Gerri’s desperate, lonely colleague Mary (Lesley Manville) proves increasingly painful, resulting in a moment of cathartic, violent anger. This deeply involving, compassionate drama is ideal for those who loved Vera Drake.
Toy Story 3 (U) 108mins
Sun 21 Nov
Screening at 1.45pm
Special last chance offer - all tickets just £4!
Don’t miss your very last chance to watch Woody and Buzz face their biggest challenge yet! After they are accidently donated to a nursery ruled with a rod of iron by the deceptively lovable ‘Lotso’, Andy’s loyal toys are determined to return to their beloved owner, any way they can.
Please note this screening is not in 3D.
Worthing Film Club Presents….
Gainsbourg (15) 120mins (tbc)
Monday 22 November at 7.45pm
A glimpse at the life of French singer Serge Gainsbourg, from growing up in 1940s Nazi-occupied Paris through his successful song-writing years in the 1960s to his death in 1991 at the age of 62. (French with English subtitles)
A diverse mixture of the best modern movies, foreign language films and vintage Hollywood cinema, screening every Monday afternoon.
Programme commences at 1.45pm. Film starts at 2pm
All tickets £4.50 (including complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits)
15 Nov: Heartbreaker (15) 104mins (French with English subtitles)
22 Nov: Salt (12A) 100mins
29 Nov: The Girl Who Played With Fire (15) 129mins (Swedish with English subtitles)
06 Dec: The Third Man (PG) 104mins
13 Dec: Scrooge (1951) (U) 86mins
Saturday Morning Pictures
Perfect weekend entertainment for all the family.
Every Saturday morning at 10.15am. Tickets only £2*
13 Nov: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (PG) Film ends: 12.20pm
20 Nov: Marmaduke (U) Film ends: 12pm, noon
27 Nov: Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG) Film ends: 12pm, noon
04 Dec: UP 3D (U)* Film ends: 12.10pm
11 Dec: Home Alone (PG) Film ends: 12.10pm