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  • DR. WHO Double Feature-Sunday 10th July ONLY
    Parental Guidance
    Runtime
    170 Minutes
    Cast
    Bernard Cribbins, Jennie Linden, Peter Cushing, Roberta Tovey, Roy Castle
    DR. WHO AND THE DALEKS (1965) Synopsis Ian, a clumsy young man, has a date with Barbara, an intelligent young woman. He arrives at her house and meets her younger sister Susan and their grandfather Doctor Who. The Doctor is an eccentric scientist who has invented the TARDIS, a machine which travels in time and space but looks like a police box. When Ian trips and stumbles against the control panel, the TARDIS is activated and the four are transported across the universe to the planet Skaro, long since devastated by nuclear war. Wishing to take a look at a technologically advanced city that lies beyond a petrified forest, the Doctor claims that a vital component of the TARDIS is broken and that the only hope of finding a replacement is in the city. The travellers encounter the Daleks, one faction of the people of Skaro, who have mutated since the war and live only in motorised metal casings. The Daleks allow Susan to leave the city to secure a supply of an anti-radiation drug developed by their old enemies the Thals, who have remained human and become a pacifist tribe. The Daleks hope to use Susan to persuade the Thals to come to their city, offering peace but intending to exterminate them. After escaping from the Daleks, the Doctor tries to stir the Thals into resisting the implacable creatures. The party from Earth organise the Thals into an expeditionary force against the Dalek city, which is breached just as the Daleks start the countdown on a neutron bomb which will further irradiate the planet and kill off all non-Dalek lifeforms. When Ian stops the countdown, feedback into the control system deactivates all the Daleks. The Doctor and his companions bid farewell to the Thals and return to Earth in the TARDIS – however, they arrive in ancient times in front of an advancing Roman Army. DALEKS’ INVASION EARTH 2150 A.D. (1966) Synopsis Police Constable Tom Campbell is assaulted by burglars intent on robbing a high street jeweller’s store and rushes to a police box to call for backup, but staggers into the TARDIS – the time machine invented by Doctor Who, who decides to avoid further trouble by travelling to the future. The Doctor, his niece Louise and granddaughter Susan tell a recovered Tom what has happened, but he doesn’t believe it … until he leaves the TARDIS and finds London in ruins. In the year 2150 A.D., the Daleks – a hostile alien race from the planet Skaro – have conquered the Earth, transforming selected humans into zombie-like Robomen and conscripting many others as slave labour for a huge mining project in Bedfordshire. The Doctor and Tom are captured and taken aboard a flying saucer, where the Daleks intend to turn them into Robomen. Louise and Susan fall in with a faction of resistance fighters and stage a raid on the saucer in Sloane Square, saving the Doctor and Tom. The human uprising is quashed when it turns out the Daleks are not vulnerable to a new type of bomb the rebels have developed. Split into several parties, the time travellers and the surviving rebels make their way across the country, at peril from the Daleks and their human collaborators. In the mining camp, the Doctor learns that the Daleks intent to extract the molten core of the Earth and turn the planet into a giant spaceship. Sabotaging a Dalek bomb, the Doctor sets off a magnetic effect that destroys the Daleks, liberating the planet. The TARDIS returns to the 20th century, a few minutes before they left – and Tom is able to thwart the jewel robbery.

    More InformationTwo classic Doctor Who films, Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 A.D., are finally receiving 4K remaster treatment. Both films will also return theatres after decades of attempts. The movies feature Peter Cushing as the popular title character; however, he is not a part of the Time Lord race, rather just an eccentric inventor who built his own time machine - at least it's still a Police Box. Both movies offer a unique viewing for fans of the series, as they will be able to experience the early start of the timeless series that exists now.

    Legends

    SPECIAL EVENT!

    Sunday 10 July

  • Elvis
    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    159 Minutes
    Cast
    Austin Butler, Tom Hanks, Xavier Samuel, Olivia DeJonge, Dacre Montgomery
    Consumer Advice
    Mature themes and coarse language
    From Oscar-nominated visionary filmmaker Baz Luhrmann comes Warner Bros. Pictures’ drama “Elvis,” The film explores the life and music of Elvis Presley, seen through the prism of his complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker.

    Monday 4 July

    Tuesday 5 July

    Wednesday 6 July

  • Thor: Love and Thunder
    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    119 Minutes
    Cast
    Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale, Taika Waititi, Karen Gillan, Chris Pratt, Russel Crowe, Tessa Thomson,
    Consumer Advice
    Fantasy themes and action violence
    The sequel to Thor: Ragnarok and the fourth movie in the Thor saga.

    Legends

    NO FREE LIST
    SPECIAL EVENT!
  • Minions: Rise of Gru
    Parental Guidance
    Runtime
    88 Minutes
    Cast
    Steve Carell, Taraji P. Henson, Julie Andrews, Russell Brand, Alan Arkin, Michelle Yeoh, Jean-Claude Van Damme
    Consumer Advice
    Mild themes and animated violence
    The untold story of one twelve-year-old's dream to become the world's greatest supervillain.

    Monday 4 July

  • My Sweet Monster
    Parental Guidance
    Runtime
    98 Minutes
    Consumer Advice
    Mild fantasy themes and animated violence
    Princess Barbara is secretly in love with Prince Edward. When the sneaky post clerk Weasel demands the king to marry him to Barbara, she flees. Sweet monster Boogey does everything in his might to help Barbara save the kingdom.

    Legends

    NO FREE LIST

    Tuesday 5 July

    Wednesday 6 July

  • Lightyear
    Parental Guidance
    Runtime
    105 Minutes
    Cast
    Chris Evans
    Consumer Advice
    Mild science fiction themes and animated violence
    The story of Buzz Lightyear and his adventures to infinity and beyond.

    Monday 4 July

    Tuesday 5 July

    Wednesday 6 July

  • Jurassic World: Dominion
    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    147 Minutes
    Cast
    Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Mamoudou Athie, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, Sam Neill, BD Wong, Dichen Lachman
    Consumer Advice
    Sustained threat and action violence
    Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs now live--and hunt--alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history's most fearsome creatures in a new Era

    Monday 4 July

    Tuesday 5 July

    Wednesday 6 July

  • Top Gun: Maverick
    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    131 Minutes
    Cast
    Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Miles Teller, Ed Harris, Jennifer Connelly
    Consumer Advice
    Violence and coarse language
    Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

    Monday 4 July

    Wednesday 6 July

  • The Drover's Wife
    Mature Audiences 15+
    Runtime
    108 Minutes
    Cast
    Sam Reid, Jessica De Gouw, Rob Collins, Leah Purcell
    Consumer Advice
    Strong violence
    The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson is a reimagining of Leah Purcell’s acclaimed play and Henry Lawson’s classic short story. A searing Australian western thriller asking the question: how far do you go to protect your loved ones?

    Tuesday 5 July