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Wednesday 17, April

Kung Fu Panda 4

Kung Fu Panda 4

PGfor martial arts action/mild violence, scary images and some mild rude humor.

Wednesday 17, April

The First Omen

The First Omen

Rfor violent content, grisly/disturbing images, and brief graphic nudity.

Wednesday 17, April

Sting

Sting

Rfor violent content, bloody images, and language

Wednesday 17, April

Thursday 18, April

Kung Fu Panda 4

Kung Fu Panda 4

PGfor martial arts action/mild violence, scary images and some mild rude humor.

Thursday 18, April

The First Omen

The First Omen

Rfor violent content, grisly/disturbing images, and brief graphic nudity.

Thursday 18, April

Sting

Sting

Rfor violent content, bloody images, and language

Thursday 18, April

Kung Fu Panda 4

Kung Fu Panda 4

PGfor martial arts action/mild violence, scary images and some mild rude humor.

After three death-defying adventures defeating world-class villains with his unmatched courage and mad martial arts skills, Po, the Dragon Warrior (Golden Globe nominee Jack Black), is called upon by destiny to … give it a rest already. More specifically, he’s tapped to become the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace. That poses a couple of obvious problems. First, Po knows as much about spiritual leadership as he does about the paleo diet, and second, he needs to quickly find and train a new Dragon Warrior before he can assume his new lofty position. Even worse, there’s been a recent sighting of a wicked, powerful sorceress, Chameleon (Oscar® winner Viola Davis), a tiny lizard who can shapeshift into any creature, large or small. And Chameleon has her greedy, beady little eyes on Po’s Staff of Wisdom, which would give her the power to re-summon all the master villains whom Po has vanquished to the spirit realm. So, Po’s going to need some help. He finds it (kinda?) in the form of crafty, quick-witted thief Zhen (Golden Globe winner Awkwafina), a corsac fox who really gets under Po’s fur but whose skills will prove invaluable. In their quest to protect the Valley of Peace from Chameleon’s reptilian claws, this comedic odd-couple duo will have to work together. In the process, Po will discover that heroes can be found in the most unexpected places.

Wednesday 17, April

Thursday 18, April

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Sting

Sting

Rfor violent content, bloody images, and language

After raising an unnervingly talented spider in secret, 12-year-old Charlotte must face the facts about her pet—and fight for her family’s survival—when the once-charming creature rapidly transforms into a giant, flesh-eating monster.

Wednesday 17, April

Thursday 18, April

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The First Omen

The First Omen

Rfor violent content, grisly/disturbing images, and brief graphic nudity.

When a young American woman is sent to Rome to begin a life of service to the church, she encounters a darkness that causes her to question her own faith and uncovers a terrifying conspiracy that hopes to bring about the birth of evil incarnate. “The First Omen” stars Nell Tiger Free (“Servant”), Tawfeek Barhom (“Mary Magdalene”), Sonia Braga (“Kiss of the Spider Woman”), Ralph Ineson (“The Northman”), and Bill Nighy (“Living”). The film is directed by Arkasha Stevenson, based on characters created by David Seltzer (“The Omen”), with a story by Ben Jacoby (“Bleed”) and a screenplay by Tim Smith & Arkasha Stevenson and Keith Thomas (“Firestarter”). The producers are David S. Goyer (“Hellraiser”) and Keith Levine (“The Night House”) and the executive producers are Tim Smith, Whitney Brown (“Rosaline”), and Gracie Wheelan.

Wednesday 17, April

Thursday 18, April

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