Ritz Digital, Connaught Cinema and Pavilion Picturehouse film listings
From Friday March 16 to Thursday March 22
Screening at RitzDigital or Connaught Cinema unless otherwise specified.
We Bought a Zoo (PG) 123mins
Friday March 16 to Thursday March 29
Friday 16: 6pm
Saturday 17: 3.20pm and 6.15pm
Sunday 18: 2.15pm and 7.45pm
Monday 19: 5pm
Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22: 4.45pm and 7.30pm
Friday 23 to Thursday 29: Times tbc
What would you do if your dad decided to buy a zoo? That’s what happens to 7 year old Rosie and 14 year old Dylan when their father (Matt Damon) decides to move his family to the countryside to renovate and re-open a struggling zoo. Based on the true story of Benjamin Mee, who had to deal with escaped tigers, raise endangered animals and get the zoo ready to reopen, while being reliant on a rather eclectic skeleton crew.
John Carter 3D (12A) 130mins
Screening until Thursday March 22
Friday 16: 9pm
Saturday 17: 9pm
Sunday 18: 5.35pm and 8.20pm
Monday 19: 7.30pm
Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21: 8pm
Thursday 22: 3.45pm
Based on the classic fantasy novel, John Carter of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs (the author of Tarzan), this sweeping action adventure tells the story of weary Civil War captain John Carter, who is inexplicably transported to Mars. As he reluctantly becomes involved in an epic battle between the native inhabitants, the lower gravity of the planet gives him super-human powers and finally, when surrounded by aliens, he rediscovers his own humanity. A must-see for all fans of Avatar.
Please note there is a £2 charge for 3D
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (12A) 123mins
Screening until Thursday March 22
Friday 16: 12.30pm and 3.20pm
Saturday 17: 12.40pm
Sunday 18: 2.55pm and 5pm
Monday 19: 1.15pm
Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21: 2pm and 5.15pm
Thursday 22: 2pm
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) 95mins
Sunday March 18 to Wednesday March 22
Sunday 18: 12pm
Monday 19: 4.30pm
Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21: 2.30pm
Thursday 22: 1.30pm
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.
War Horse (12A) 146mins
Sunday March 18 and Monday March 19
Sunday March 18: 11.45am
Monday March 19: 1.45pm (Monday Matinee Screening)
Steven Spielberg directs Michael Morpurgo’s epic tale of the remarkable friendship between a boy called Albert and a horse named Joey. They are forcefully parted and the film follows the horse’s journey through World War 1, changing the lives of all he meets. Meanwhile, Albert heads to France to save his friend, despite being too young to enlist.
The Pirates! In An Adventure with Scientists 3D (PG) 90mins: Opens Fri March 30
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 19: War Horse (12A) 146mins
March 26: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (12A) 130mins
April 02: A Dangerous Method (15) 100mins
April 07: No Show - Bank Holiday
Saturday Morning Pictures
Perfect weekend entertainment for all the family. Every Saturday morning at 10.15am.
March 17: Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (PG) film ends 12.15pm
March 24: Puss in Boots (U) film ends 12pm, noon
March 31: Happy Feet Two (U) 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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