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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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Disney’s live-action version of 1992’s Aladdin features a fun, fast-talking and scene-stealing Smith and terrific work from Massoud and Scott as Aladdin and Jasmine, but against that there’s some weird VFX, odd directorial choices and a well-intentioned but clunky female empowerment number. Enjoyable and entertaining nevertheless.

29 Jun–30 Jun: Sat & Sun 10.20am

Avengers: Endgame

Five years after Thanos’s victory, the Avengers are in despair until Ant-Man (Rudd) kicks the story back into action. The final film in the saga verges on fanservice, but there’s intelligent character development, everyone (except Johansson) is given enough to do, and some arcs have a truly poignant sense of closure. Playful, inventive and highly entertaining.

1 Jul: Mon 7pm


Brandon (Dunn) is a small boy born in a small Texas town who develops superhuman powers; unfortunately, he then uses them to terrorise the locals. Despite some eye-catching effects, it’s a tired and middling effort. Banks, who brings real intensity as Brandon’s mother, is wasted.

27 Jun: Thu 8.50pm

Child's Play

Chucky (voiced by Hamill) is a high-tech doll whose safety features are removed by a vengeful sweatshop worker and so learns to be bad. Tonally it’s a mess, and the doll design is horrific in a bad way, but there are some good ideas, Hamill is a hoot and it’s good to see Chucky given a reason for being.

28 Jun–30 Jun: Fri–Sun 9.15pm

Fisherman's Friends

Danny (Mays) is a music industry talent handler who arrives in Cornwall on a stag night, and discovers the titular (real-life) folk singers and signs them. Mays is a watchable lead and generates rom-com chemistry with Middleton, the daughter of the group’s grouchy Jim (Purefoy). An undemanding yarn with nevertheless the power to do some cockle-warming.

2 Jul: Tue Noon

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Despite living in the Mad Max-style nightmare of Apocalypseburg, Emmet (Pratt) is still his cheery self—until his friends are kidnapped by the alien queen (Haddish). There are lots of good jokes and plenty of fun, but it’s not quite up to the magical original.

29 Jun–30 Jun: Sat & Sun 10am

Men in Black: International

Molly (T. Thompson) is a wannabe MIB agent who’s given a chance by Agent O (E. Thompson) and teamed up with golden boy Agent H (Hemsworth). It’s not so much that it’s bad, more that the franchise wasn’t much to begin with: here, a CGI-heavy story relies far too much on Hemsworth’s insouciant charm. A high-budget non-event.

27 Jun: Thu 5.30pm

National Theatre Live: Small Island

Live screening of the National Theatre's adaption of Andrea Levy's award-winning novel.

27 Jun: Thu 7pm


This Elton John biopic, exec-produced by its subject, could have been a vanity project, but it’s a fun and cute fantasy musical; Egerton as John as exuberant and sympathetic, and the framing device is sensible. Hardly revelatory, but Fletcher does a good job and sprinkles some inventiveness. Classic songbook helps.

27 Jun: Thu 3.30pm

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Follow-up to Spider-Man: Homecoming.

1 Jul–4 Jul: Mon 11.35pm; Tue 2pm, 5.15pm, 7pm & 8.30pm; Wed 5.15pm, 7pm & 8.30pm; Thu 2pm, 5.15pm, 7pm & 8.30pm

3 Jul: (Subtitled) Wed 2pm

Toy Story 4

Woody (Hanks) joins new owner Bonnie at kindergarten where he finds a new purpose in protecting her improvised toy Forky (Hale). Pixar manages to further the story with fine new characters and a satisfyingly teary conclusion, for a fine last chapter in the saga.

28 Jun–4 Jul: Fri 2.20pm, 3.20pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 6.40pm, 7.30pm & 8.30pm; Sat & Sun 11.40am, 12.40pm, 1.20pm, 2.20pm, 3.20pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 6.40pm, 7.30pm & 8.30pm; Mon 3.20pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7.30pm & 8.30pm; Tue 2.10pm, 3pm, 4.30pm, 5.30pm & 8pm; Wed & Thu 2pm, 3pm…

1 Jul: (Subtitled) Mon 2.20pm


Singer-songwriter Jack (Patel) is knocked unconscious when a bus hits his bike, and he wakes up in a world where the Beatles are unknown. There’s some fine comedy (including from Sheeran, playing himself) but it gets less surefooted; Patel can’t stop Jack from being rather morose and it’s neither a classic Curtis rom-com nor as infectiously euphoric as Boyle’s best work.

28 Jun–4 Jul: Fri 1.15pm, 2.40pm, 5.30pm & 8.20pm; Sat noon, 2.40pm, 5.30pm & 8.20pm; Sun noon, 2.40pm & 5.30pm; Mon 1.30pm, 2.40pm, 4.15pm, 5.30pm & 8.20pm; Tue–Thu 2.15pm, 5pm & 7.45pm

30 Jun: (Subtitled) Sun 8.20pm

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