Ritz Digital, Connaught Cinema and Pavilion Picturehouse film listings From Friday March 02 to Thursday March 08
23rd February 2012
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Screening at RitzDigital or Connaught Cinema.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (12A) 123mins
Screening until Thursday March 8

Friday 02 to Sunday 04: 2.45pm 7.45pm
Monday 05 to Weds 07: 4.45pm and 7.30pm
Thursday 08: 2pm, 4.45pm and 7.30pm

Enticed by advertisements and filled with visions of a life of leisure, a group of British retirees (including Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson, Judi Dench, Celia Imrie and Penelope Wilton) decide to “outsource” their retirement to less expensive, exotic India. But although their accommodation less than luxurious and a dilapidated shell of is former self, they are forever changed by their experiences.

The Woman in Black (12A)
Screening until Thursday March 8

Friday 02 to Sun 04: 5.30pm
Monday 05 and Tuesday 06: 8.30pm
Wednesday 07: No Screening
Thursday 08: 2.45pm

Based on the spine-chilling ghost story by Susan Hill, this haunting tale follows Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe), a lawyer who visits a remote village to organise the affairs of a deceased client. As Arthur discovers the townsfolk’s tortured secret, the vengeful woman in black threatens those closest to him, unless he can find a way to break the cycle of terror.

A Monster in Paris 2D
(U) 90mins
Saturday March 03 and Sunday March 04

Daily at 12.30pm

A movie projectionist, a singer and an eccentric scientist (plus his angry monkey) go on a hunt to find the monster terrorizing Paris. But when the monster turns out to be an oversized, but harmless flea, they end up saving him and trying to find the real villain.
All seats just £4.50!

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (12A) 130mins
Sunday March 04 to Thursday March 08

Sunday 04: 4pm
Monday 05: 12.35pm
Tuesday 06: 5.30pm
Wednesday 07 and Thursday 08: 7.45pm

While his mother (Sandra Bullock) struggles to cope after his father (Tom Hanks) is killed in the September 11 attacks, 9 year old Oskar tries to solve the mystery of a key found in his father’s wardrobe. Based on the best-selling novel by Jonathan Safran Foer.

The Iron Lady (12A) 105mins
Sunday March 04 and Monday March 05

Sunday 04: 1.30pm
Monday 05: 6pm

Another chance to watch Meryl Streep’s multiple award-winning portrayal of Margaret Thatcher, in this compelling story about the first female British Prime Minister. Thatcher was a woman who smashed through gender and class barriers to be heard in a male-dominated world. But what was the price she paid for her desire for power?

Mayor’s Charity Film Screening:

Mamma Mia (PG) 108mins
Sunday March 04 at 7.30pm

Sunday March 04 at 7.30pm

The Mayor of Worthing invites you to sing along to the toe-tapping tunes of ABBA, at this special charity screening, to raise money for her charities. Come along in ABBA themed fancy dress and be in with a chance to win a prize for the best costume!
Please note this screening is not included in the Sunday Savers offer

The Descendants (15) 115mins
Monday March 05 to Thursday March 08

Monday 05: 3.25pm
Tuesday 06: No Screening
Wednesday 07 and Thursday 08: 5.10pm

Matt King (George Clooney in a Golden Globe winning performance) is an indifferent husband & father of two girls, enjoying his life in Hawaii, who is forced to re-examine his past & embrace his future when his wife suffers a terrible accident which leaves her in a coma.

Coming Soon:

John Carter 3D (12A) 130mins: Opens Fri March 09
One for the Money (12A) 90mins: Opens Fri March 09

Monday Matinees
A diverse mixture of modern movies, foreign language films and vintage Hollywood cinema, screening every Monday afternoon. Programme commences at 1.45pm. Film starts at 2pm

March 05:    Wuthering Heights (15) 128mins
March 12:    Vertigo (PG) 125mins
March 19:    War Horse (12A) 146mins

Saturday Morning Pictures
Perfect weekend entertainment for all the family. Every Saturday morning at 10.15am.

March 03:     A Monster in Paris 3D (U) * film ends 12pm, noon
March 10:    Journey 2: The Mysterious Island 3D (PG) * film ends 12.05pm
March 17:    Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (PG) film ends 12.15pm

Ritz Digital and Connaught Cinema
, Union Place, Worthing. BN11 1LG
Pavilion Picturehouse, Marine Parade, Worthing. BN11 3PX

Box office: 01903 206 206 or www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

Tickets: £7 (concessions £1.00 off), films before 6pm £5.50. All 3D screenings (including Sunday Savers) £2 extra per ticket.
Saturday Morning Pictures: £2* (*Except those with an asterisk where all seats are £4)
Monday Matinees: £4.50
Sunday Savers: £4 after 6pm every Sunday (£6 for 3D)
Box seats:  £1 extra per ticket (50p extra per ticket at Saturday Morning Pictures)

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