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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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Max (Pitt) is a Canadian intelligence officer who parachutes into French Morocco in 1942 so that he can pose as the husband of Resistance agent Marianne (Cotillard). A clean-cut Casablanca wannabe with nice supporting turns, but while the stars look fantastic, they seem awkward and it never really comes to life.

28 Feb–2 Mar: Tue 11am; Thu 2pm

Bolshoi Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty

In this resplendent classic, the Bolshoi dancers take us on a dreamlike journey through the famous fairy tale, complete with jewel fairies and a magical kingdom. Music ny Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and choreography by Yuri Grigorovich.

28 Feb: Tue 7pm

A Cure for Wellness

Lockhart (DeHaan) is an arrogant young executive sent to a wellness centre in the Swiss Alps to retrieve his CEO, but something isn’t right with the place. Verbinski’s psychological chiller is overly long, and takes a final turn for the ridiculous, but along the way it explores childhood trauma and has some startling, nightmarish imagery.

24 Feb–2 Mar: Fri–Tue 8.45pm; Wed & Thu 9pm

Fifty Shades Darker

No surprises here: Anastasia (Johnson) gets sweet-talked back into the red room by Christian (Dornan). Foley seems to be under orders to skip the actual sex, as the real money shots are of Christian’s wardrobe. Johnson manages to be likeable and human, but otherwise it’s high on production values and short on story.

24 Feb–2 Mar: Fri–Mon 3.15pm, 6.15pm & 8.30pm; Tue 3.15pm, 6.15pm & 9pm; Wed 3.15pm, 5.45pm & 8.30pm; Thu 5.45pm & 8.30pm

The Great Wall

Two tough, rascally fighting men (Damon and Pascal, who was Oberyn Martell in Game of Thrones) travel to China, get captured, are beguiled by a warrior princess (Jing) and besieged by beasties. Director Zhang is going for full-on blockbuster: plot and character are less important than spectacular action, Damon is likeable, and it's all spiffing hooey.

24 Feb–2 Mar: Fri 12.30pm, 5.30pm & 8pm; Sat & Sun 12.30pm, 3pm, 5.30pm & 8pm; Mon 3pm, 5.30pm & 8pm; Tue 3pm & 7.45pm; Wed & Thu 3pm & 6.15pm

Hidden Figures

The true story of the African-American women who provided NASA with important mathematical data needed to launch its first successful space missions, despite institutionalised segregation in the workplace. The leads are wonderful and it’s an inspiring story about collective triumph.

26 Feb–2 Mar: Mon noon & 5.45pm; Tue noon; Wed & Thu noon & 6pm; Sun 12.15pm & 5.45pm

28 Feb: (Subtitled) Tue 5.45pm

John Wick: Chapter 2

John Wick (Reeves) is back, dealing with the global assassins’ network and handing out ass-kickings to all that stand in his way. The original was lean and focused but this stretches over two hours, and the guy was tired of this life prior to part one; maybe it’s time to give him a break.

24 Feb–2 Mar: Fri–Mon 9pm; Thu 9.15pm

1 Mar: (Subtitled) Wed 9.15pm

La La Land

In Los Angeles, aspiring actress Mia (Stone) falls for jazz musician Sebastian (Gosling). Audaciously inventive homage to classic movie musicals, technically wonderful and joyously emotional, with Gosling as a goofy idealistic charmer and Stone showing the versatility, vulnerability and talent of a young Shirley MacLaine. Irresistible.

27 Feb–1 Mar: Mon–Wed 12.30pm

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.

26 Feb–2 Mar: Mon 1pm, 3.30pm & 6pm; Tue 11.45am, 2.30pm & 5pm; Wed 12.45pm & 3.15pm; Thu 1pm & 3.45pm; Sun 9.45am, 1pm, 3.30pm & 6pm


In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.

28 Feb–2 Mar: Tue 10.23pm; Wed & Thu 11am, 2.15pm, 5.30pm & 8.45pm

Monster Trucks

What would happen if monster trucks had real monsters in them? Some cute moments, some nifty visual puns and a spicy and spectacular performance from Levy, but basically, this is what happens when a studio executive develops a film idea with his four-year-old son.

4 Mar–5 Mar: Sat & Sun 10am


During a 120-year space journey to a new planet, Jim (Pratt) wakes up early from hibernation, and faced with the prospect of living entirely alone, he wakes up Aurora (Lawrence). Despite sleek and inventive visuals, it's a predictable love story that turns out to be an empty vessel.

28 Feb–2 Mar: Tue 2pm; Thu 11am


Koala impresario Buster Moon (McConaughey) decides to save his ailing theatre with a singing competition. Most of the humour comes from cute critters singing occasionally inappropriate songs; the plot is spread far too thin and there no real surprises, but it ticks the usual boxes.

25 Feb–27 Feb: Mon 12.15pm & 2.45pm; Sat & Sun noon & 2.45pm

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