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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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Lance Corporals Schofield (MacKay) and Blake (Chapman) are given the job of hand-delivering a message to another unit, across the mud and misery of the trenches. It suffers from simplistic dialogue and flat characterisation, but it’s visually impressive and a respectable, heartfelt tribute to the sacrifice of WWI.

28 Jan–30 Jan: Tue–Thu 2.15pm, 5.15pm & 8.15pm

Bad Boys for Life

Mike (Smith) and Marcus (Lawrence) are back, tracking down a mysterious assassin with the help of younger colleagues. The best film in the franchise so far, it’s full of the expected action but also develops the relationship between the leads. Great fun, and the most purely entertaining movie Smith has made in a while.

28 Jan–30 Jan: Tue 4.30pm & 7.30pm; Wed & Thu 4.30pm

The Grudge

A house is haunted by a ghost who kills everyone entering the place. The well known horror situation is now directed by Nicolas Pesce.

28 Jan–30 Jan: Tue & Wed 6.30pm & 8.45pm; Thu 8.45pm

30 Jan: (Subtitled) Thu 6.30pm

Jojo Rabbit

Jojo (Davis) is a ten-year-old, obedient Nazi boy in WWII Germany whose mother (Johansson) is in the Resistance; Jojo reinvents Hitler (Waititi) as his oddball imaginary friend. Waititi ridicules Nazi ideology with aplomb, and as Jojo journeys towards enlightenment and reconnects with his humanity, it’s even rather beautiful.

29 Jan–30 Jan: Wed & Thu 1.50pm


A look at the later life of Judy Garland (Zellweger), as she marries her fifth husband (Wittrock) and performs a five-week run at a London nightclub. Zellweger is captivating as the deeply lonely star, struggling to keep her work commitments, adored but unhappy and wracked with guilt about being away from her children.

28 Jan: Tue noon & noon

Little Women

Adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel about a group of sisters growing up after the American Civil War. Gerwig’s affection and respect for the book is obvious but she boldly captures the transition from childhood to womanhood by playing with structure; an outstanding cast and skilful filmmaking make it a beautifully crafted tale of sisterhood, memory and authorship.

28 Jan–30 Jan: Tue–Thu 3.30pm

Paw Patrol: Ready, Race, Rescue!

The pups have to compete in a race against dirty tricks driver Cheetah. Young fans of the franchise may be disappointed on an entire movie centred on only one character, Marshall, and there’s nothing special here to justify the cost of cinema tickets when it can be watched at home in just a few months.

28 Jan–30 Jan: Tue–Thu 1.45pm

The Personal History of David Copperfield

David (Patel) is an ever-optimistic orphan who’s given shelter by poor but worthy Mr Micawber (Capaldi). Iannucci brings out the lighter side of Dickens, and the result is a sprightly, breezy and colourful crack at a classic, with a fabulous supporting cast and a perfect turn by Patel as the likeable hero.

28 Jan–30 Jan: Tue 2.30pm, 5.20pm & 8pm; Wed & Thu 2pm, 5pm & 8pm

Royal Opera House: La Bohème

The beloved romantic opera beamed live from London in a new production by acclaimed director Richard Jones.

29 Jan: Wed 7.45pm

Weathering with You

Hodaka (Daigo), a 16-year-old runaway, arrives in Tokyo and meets orphaned Hina (Mori), who seems to have special powers. An animated tale of adolescent romance set in a beautifully rendered Tokyo, it’s visually resplendent, even if it’s not quite up to director Shinkai’s sublime 2016 Your Name.

30 Jan: (Subtitled) Thu 7.30pm

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