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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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Beauty and the Beast

Belle (Watson) is forced to live with a Beast (Stevens) in this live-action retelling of the 1991 blockbuster. Watson is winsome but feisty, Evans as Gaston is splendid of voice and hilariously odious, McGregor brings much joie de vivre to ‘Be Our Guest’, and it’s an enchantingly realised delight.

24 Mar–30 Mar: Fri 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm, 5.30pm, 7pm & 8.30pm; Sat & Sun 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm, 5.30pm, 7pm & 8.30pm; Mon 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm, 5.30pm, 7pm & 8.30pm; Tue 11.30am, 2.30pm, 4.30pm, 5.30pm, 7.30pm & 8.30pm; Wed 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm, 5.30pm, 7pm & 8.30pm; Thu…

26 Mar: (Autism-friendly) Sun 10.15am


Deborah Lipstadt (Weisz) is a historian and lecturer who faces a libel suit after she derides controversial author David Irving (Spall) for his views on the Holocaust. This dramatisation of a 1996 court case has some compelling stretches, but Hare’s script lacks insight and it’s little more than a dry reconstruction of the trial.

28 Mar–30 Mar: Tue 11am; Thu 2pm

Get Out

Chris (Kaluuya) heads to upstate New York with his girlfriend Rose (Williams), for a dinner with her supposedly liberal parents (Whitford and Keener), only to find that things are very much other than they seem. Peele’s deep understanding of horror movies tropes combines with his own experiences as a black American, to make a sharp, taut and precisely crafted reflection on racial tensions in America.

24 Mar–29 Mar: Mon–Wed & Fri–Sun 8.45pm

Ghost in the Shell

Live-action remake of the animated film based on the Manga comic title.

30 Mar: Wed 12.01am; Thu 12.30pm, 4.15pm & 8.45pm

30 Mar: (3D) Thu 6.15pm

30 Mar: (Subtitled) Thu 12.01am

Kong: Skull Island

In 1973 a team of scientists goes to explore a recently discovered island with its own ecosystem, which turns out to include a 100-foot-tall ape which can punch helicopters out of the sky. Kong himself is impressive, if his fellow beasts are less so, and a great cast and able direction make this a monstrously entertaining actioner.

24 Mar–30 Mar: Fri 3.15pm & 6pm; Sat & Sun 6pm; Mon–Wed 3.15pm & 6pm; Thu 3.15pm

The LEGO Batman Movie

Batman (Arnett) is such a self-absorbed loner that even the Joker (Galifianakis) is peeved that Bats won’t recognise him as his greatest enemy, so the villain constructs a dastardly plot that incorporates every villain he can find, including the Daleks. Packed with gags and inventiveness, it’s tremendous fun.

25 Mar: Sat 10.15am


A Mars mission docks with the ISS bearing a single-celled alien organism, which then bursts out of containment. Derivative sci-fi drama which feels like a blend / rip-off of Alien and Gravity; you spend most of it wondering who’ll die next. Reasonably effective but inessential.

24 Mar–30 Mar: Fri, Sat & Mon–Thu 9pm

26 Mar: (Subtitled) Sun 9pm


Moana (Carvalho) is a plucky Polynesian girl who revives the voyaging tradition of her island tribe, with the help of buffoonish demigod Maui (Johnson, exuberantly sending himself up.) The unabashed positivity is pure Disney but Bush's zingy screenplay satirises the studio's princess obsession and there's a refreshing lack of a love interest. A spirited, vividly realised and genuinely rousing adventure.

25 Mar–26 Mar: Sat & Sun 10am

Power Rangers

Five misfit teenagers take too long to bond into a primary-coloured superteam, in this third crack at a cinema version of the TV show. Banks has a ball as the cackling, lunatic villain Rita Repulsa, but it never finds its footing, resorts to the usual superhero ultra-carnage, and powers down long before the end.

24 Mar–30 Mar: Fri–Mon 12.45pm, 3.30pm & 6.15pm; Tue 12.45pm & 3.30pm; Wed & Thu 12.45pm, 3.30pm & 6.15pm

28 Mar: (Subtitled) Tue 6.15pm

Royal Opera House: Madama Butterfly

Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s production of Puccini’s poignant opera about a young Japenese bride who is deserted by her new American officer husband.

30 Mar: (Subtitled) Thu 7.15pm

Smurfs: The Lost Village

A special map leads Smurfette and her friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an adventure through the Forbidden Forrest where they encounter magical creatures and evil wizard Gargamel, as well as what may well be the biggest secret in Smurf history.

25 Mar–26 Mar: Sat & Sun 11am, 1.15pm & 3.40pm

A United Kingdom

In post-war London, Ruth (Pike) and black law student Seretse (Oyelowo) fall in love; the thing is, he's first in line to the throne of Bechuanaland (today's Botswana). Based on a true story; Pike and Oyelowo bring a warm human touch to this sentimental but well-crafted history lesson.

28 Mar–30 Mar: Tue 2pm; Thu 11am

Viceroy's House

Lord Louis Mountbatten (Bonneville) is to oversee Britain’s withdrawal from India and the ensuing partition, but he and his wife Edwina (Anderson) witness the violence erupting through the country. A below-stairs romance between Dayal and Qureshi is frustratingly insipid and the Indian characters are all unforgivably poorly drawn. Despite some good acting, timid and inert.

24 Mar–29 Mar: Mon, Wed & Fri noon

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