Now Playing - NOVEMBER 18 Download - New Zealand Classification Ratings

Crime, Mystery, Thriller | 1hr 57 mins | M: sex scenes, violence and drugs

Oscar nominee Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect) leads this missing person mystery as a mummy vlogger in a small town trying to discover the truth behind the disappearance of her incredibly cool but enigmatic new friend, played by Blake Lively (The Shallows). From director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids), based on the novel by Darcy Bell and co-starring Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding.

Wedensday 21 November 1pm

Animated, Comedy kids and family | 1 hr 28 mins | PG: low level violence

Will Arnett (The LEGO Batman Movie) and Kristen Bell (Frozen) lend their voices to the big-screen debut of the DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network animated superhero show. The story follows a villain whose maniacal plan for world domination gets sidetracks by the Titans and their dream of Hollywood stardom. The mighty Nicolas Cage also joins the voice cast as Superman.

Saturday 24 November 1pm

Drama, mystery, festival and independant | 1 hr 37 mins |

What would you ask?

A journalist (Brendon Thwaites, The Giver) must interview a man claiming to be God (Oscar nominee David Strathairn, Good Night, and Good Luck) in this indie drama.

Paul Asher, an up-and-coming journalist, returns home from covering the war in Afghanistan and finds his life is falling apart - his marriage is failing and he's in the grips of a personal crisis he doesn't yet understand. But Paul's life takes a strange twist when he's offered an interview that he finds impossible to resist - an interview with someone who claims to be God.

Saturday 17 November 7pm
Sunday 25 November 7pm

Animated, kids and family | 44 mins | G

In this new short feature from the all-powerful Paw Patrol franchise, our search and rescue dogs are given super-powers after a mysterious meteor lands in Adventure Bay.

Saturday 17 November 1pm

Comedy, Crime, True Story & Biography | 1hr 48 mins |

One high security vault. Millions up for grabs. One hell of a retirement fund.

Two-time Oscar winner Michael Caine leads a crew of retired crooks that pulls off a major heist in London's jewelry district. Based on the true story of the 2015 London diamond heist, which made international news when it was found to have been committed by a misfit gang of retirees and pensioners.

Wednesday 21 November 7pm

NZ Documentary, Festival & Independent | 79 mins | Exempt

New Zealand documentary on five women with a passion for sheep shearing - two of whom are legends, three of whom are stars on the rise.

"When a Kiwi girl sets her heart on becoming a shearer there’s not a lot that’s going to stop her, as the five women profiled in this lively doco happily testify. Central Otago’s Pagan Karauria admits it was tough getting a gig at the start, but with her champion dad staunchly behind her, she’s made the shearing shed the focus of her career, not just as a competitive shearer, but as an ace wool sorter and mentor to other young women. Catherine Mullooly, from the King Country, packs her skills for some enterprising OE. With whānau solidly backing them, each of these women strive, more than anything, to better themselves.

"For legends, Jills Angus Burney and Emily Welch, personal bests have been world records. Encouraged to quit in her 50s by her orthopaedist, Angus Burney found a second career as a High Court barrister and solicitor, but you can’t keep her away from the Golden Shears, the world’s top shearing competition.

"There’s no special category for women in this sport. For Ruawai’s Hazel Wood, busting to escape the world of dairy conversion, the competition represents a first foot on the ladder. Pagan’s student Anne Maree makes good on her promise to look good and have fun on the competition floor. Pagan herself claims she’s bent on placing ‘first or second’, though her true determination lies in beating the terrible internal injuries suffered in a road accident." (New Zealand International Film Festival).

Saturday 24 November 7pm
Wednesday 28 November 1pm

Drama, Festival, Indepenent | 103 mins | M Adult themes New Zealand

Set in the chilly environments of New Zealand's South Island, this stark drama follows a self-confined man reeling from an act of violence.

"Jack (Kieran Charnock, The Rehearsal), a taciturn young man on parole for grievous bodily harm, holes up in a cabin somewhere in Central Otago. It’s not clear whether he’s trying to forget the past or reconcile with it, although his hesitancy with locals suggests he’s much closer to the scene of the crime than he’d care to admit. Locked away in a prison of his own making, Jack one evening encounters Grace, very far from home and seeking refuge. Played by the captivating Arta Dobroshi, star of the Dardenne brothers’ Lorna’s Silence, Grace’s own private struggles linger beneath her attraction to Jack. These lonely, enigmatic strangers drift into a relationship that promises to either heal or hurt." (New Zealand International Film Festival)

As well as breaking a local crowd-funding record, Straybecame the first New Zealand film to be selected to play at the prestigious Moscow International Film Festival. Better yet, Charnock won Best Actor.

Wednesday 28 November 7pm **ARTHOUSE**
Friday 30 November 7pm

THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD - Celebrating Armistice Day
Documentary War History | 1 hr 39 mins | RP- 16

Directed & produced by Peter Jackson

A documentary about World War I with never-before-seen footage to commemorate the centennial of the end of the war.

Wednesday 5 Decemeber 1pm
Sunday 16 December 7pm

Drama, Music, True Story & | 2 hrs 14 mins | Rating: M Offensive language, sexual references & drug references

Mr. Robot's Rami Malek is Freddie Mercury in this celebratory biopic of Queen. Penned by Anthony McCarten (The Theory of Everything), from the director of X-Men.

Bohemian Rhapsody's long gestation, since 2010, has seen the departure of Sacha Baron Cohen as Mercury (later called an "arse" by Queen guitarist Brian May) and director Bryan Singer from part of the shoot due to health concerns

Sunday 2 December 7pm **Boutique** SOLD OUT
Wednesday 5 December 1pm
Sunday 9 December 7pm **Boutique**

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