Cine Star Cinema

FRIDAY:7: 00 pm: Taking of Pelham 123 (French). “The Taking of Pelham 123”. Want a gritty, hold-on-to-your-seat ride? “The Taking of Pelham 123” has pulled into the station. And for admirers of swift, stylish thrillers, it’s just in time.

FRIDAY:
7: 00 pm: Taking of Pelham 123 (French). “The Taking of Pelham 123”. Want a gritty, hold-on-to-your-seat ride? “The Taking of Pelham 123” has pulled into the station. And for admirers of swift, stylish thrillers, it’s just in time.

Smart genre fans haven’t been given many choices lately. Sci-fi buffs, at least, had “Star Trek.” Animation geeks had “Up.”

Dirty-joke comedy lovers got “The Hangover.” But fans of tight little cat-and-mouse thrillers? They were still standing on the platform, looking expectantly down the tunnel for their one decent film to arrive.

9:00 pm: Loaded
(English): In this feature debut by Jane Campion’s sister Anna, a party of English school leavers travels to a remote country house to shoot a low budget horror movie.

Saturday:
7: 00 pm:
Une Bouteille dans la Mer (French).
The whole movie has that sort of flow, as though they’d blue screen, the pictures, a mother breastfeeding her baby, not a bottle-feeding one, immorality in society.

9:00 pm: 9:00p.m: Blue (English).
The story of the film revolves around the search of treasure hidden in the deep blue waters of the sea near Bahamas.

Aarav (Akshay Kumar), who owns Blue fishing company, and is a rich ambitious business man, wants his friend and employee Sagar (Sanjay Dutt) to go for it. But, Sagar, who is a simple and satisfied man, does not want to involve himself in Aarav’s greedy expedition. 

Sunday
7: 00 pm:
Football. All soccer fans, head down to Cine Star Cinema and catch-up with the games playing. And cartoon fans, the good news is that, you’ll be able to see your favourite cartoons from different cartoon networks. 

9:00 pm: Aliens vs Monsters. The cartoon violence of this animated feature may be a little too intense for younger children.

Monster vs. Aliens brings the same light-hearted fare that animated movies such as Kung-Fu Panda and Shrek have brought in the past.

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