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Film listings for Hastings Odeon Cinema

There are a wide variety of movies showing at The Odeon in Hastings this month and throughout 2016. The film listings below are published in association with The List and aim to help you decide what to go and see at the Hastings cinema.

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Cars 3

Lightning (Wilson) is challenged by new car on the block, Jackson Storm (Hammer). The least interesting Pixar franchise rumbles on in a rudimentary cash-grab which is basically a training montage in search of a story, and Randy Newman’s score can’t save it from being a dull lunge for the finish line.

24 Sep: (Autism-friendly) Sun 10.15am


The story of how Churchill (Cox) was vehemently opposed to the Normandy landings of 1944. Intelligent, sometimes moving drama with an exceptional cast (especially Purefoy as a touching George VI) but not notably cinematic, stringing together a series of confrontations with shots of Churchill being driven from one place to another.

26 Sep–28 Sep: Tue 11am; Thu 2pm


Survival story set during the battle of Dunkirk in WWII. The younger cast members acquit themselves admirably, including pop star Harry Styles; and, in its uncomfortable depiction of frightened men looking to save their own skin, this is far from straightforwardly patriotic fare. As he delivers non-stop visual audacity, once again Nolan shows himself to be a master of pure cinema.

22 Sep–28 Sep: Fri–Thu 5pm

The Emoji Movie

Gene (Miller) is a ‘meh’ emoji living in Textopolis who can’t help displaying mixed emotions. Targeted for deletion, he goes on the run with perky Hi-5 (Corden) and hacker Jailbreak (Faris). A combination of product placement, ingratiating voice work and barrel-scraping studio desperation, it’s a witless and blandly generic journey of self-discovery.

23 Sep–24 Sep: Sat & Sun 10am


A group of kids discovers that their town is haunted by an evil shape-shifting clown (Skarsgård). Well-crafted and properly creepy, with a sinister turn from Skarsgård as the dribbling Pennywise and Lillis superb as the gang’s only female member, it lays down solid groundwork for the planned second instalment.

22 Sep–28 Sep: Fri–Wed noon, 3pm, 6pm & 9pm; Thu noon, 6pm & 9pm

28 Sep: (Subtitled) Thu 3pm

The Jungle Bunch

Maurice (Bozo) is a penguin who’s been raised by Natacha, a tigress (Darah). He leads his own team of crime-fighting creatures against evil koala Igor (Darbois) and his baboons. Lush animation and a brisk, unpretentious story make for a cheap but cheerful rumble in the jungle for pre-teens.

22 Sep–27 Sep: Mon, Wed & Fri–Sun 12.15pm & 2.30pm

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

After the Kingsman headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, they embark on a journey and discover an allied spy organisation in the US. The two secret organisations join together to defeat the enemy.

22 Sep–28 Sep: Fri 2.15pm, 5.30pm, 7.45pm & 8.45pm; Sat 11am, 2.15pm, 5.30pm, 7.45pm & 8.45pm; Sun & Mon 2.15pm, 5.30pm, 7.45pm & 8.45pm; Tue 5.30pm, 7.45pm & 8.45pm; Wed & Thu 2.15pm, 5.30pm, 7.45pm & 8.45pm

26 Sep: (Subtitled) Tue 2.15pm

My Cousin Rachel

A young Englishman plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian. But his feelings become complicated as he finds himself falling under the beguiling spell of her charms. Weisz is a fine choice for the eponymous enigma, while Claflin is superb as her heedless admirer Philip but the film feels desperately abbreviated.

26 Sep–28 Sep: Tue 2pm; Thu 11am

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