Come to the Magic Lantern Cinema this August - the UK’s best Independent Cinema! Watch films on their brand-spanking new 3D projector, top-of-the-range 7.1 surround sound and with a cracking bar – you’re certain to have a great time! Doors open 30 mins before each screening.

Here’s the cinema listings for August 2014

Maleficent 3D

Disney at its best – with Angelina Jolie as the vengeful fairy queen who curses an infant princess only to discover that sh may be the only person who can restore peace to the land!

Film Length: 97 mins

PG

Showing times:

Friday 25th -4:20pm
Friday 25th -7pm
Saturday 26th -4:20pm
Saturday 26th -7pm
Sunday 27th -4:20pm (2D)
Monday 28th -4:20pm
Monday 28th -7pm
Tuesday 29th -4:20pm
Tuesday 29th -7pm
Wednesday 30th -4:20pm
Wednesday 30th -7pm
Thursday 31st -4:20pm
Friday 1st -4:20pm
Saturday 2nd -4:20pm
Sunday 3rd -4:20pm

Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie

Market trader Agnes Brown finds her livelihood under threat from a ruthless developer so she and her family embark on a campaign to save her stall. If you like the TV show, you'll love this!

Film Length: 94 mins

15

Showing times:

Thursday 31st -7pm
Friday 1st -7pm
Wednesday 2nd -7pm
Thursday 3rd -7pm

How to Train Your Dragon 2

More marvellous adventure as Hiccup and Toothless unite to fight for what they believe in knowing only they together have the power to change the future! Beautifully animated family fun!

Film Length: 105 mins

PG

Showing times:

Monday 4th -1:30pm
Monday 4th -4:15pm
Monday 4th -7pm
Tuesday 5th -1:30pm
Tuesday 5th -4:15pm
Tuesday 5th -7pm
Wednesday 6th -1:30pm
Wednesday 6th -4:15pm
Wednesday 6th -7pm
Thursday 7th -1:30pm
Thursday 7th -4:15pm
Thursday 7th -7pm
Friday 8th -1:30pm
Friday 8th -4:15pm
Friday 8th -7pm
Saturday 9th -1:30pm
Saturday 9th -4:15pm
Saturday 9th -7pm
Sunday 10th -4:15pm (2D)
Monday 11th -1:30pm
Monday 11th -4:15pm
Tuesday 12th -1:30pm
Tuesday 12th -4:15pm
Wednesday 13th -1:30pm
Wednesday 13th -4:15pm
Thursday 14th -1:30pm
Thursday 14th -4:15pm
Friday 15th -4:15pm (2D)
Saturday 16th -4:15pm
Sunday 17th -4:15pm (2D)
Monday 18th -4:15pm
Tuesday 19th -4:15pm
Wednesday 20th -4:15pm
Thursday 21st -4:15pm
Friday 22nd -4:15pm
Saturday 23rd -4:15pm

Chef

Director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) serves up a tasty indie comedy with a star-filled cast and a sharp script that tells the tale of a self-taught chef who loses his job and heads off on a creative culinary journey - in a beaten-up ex Taco truck! Not a movie to watch on an empty stomach, so eat first!

Film Length: 115 mins

15

Showing times:

Monday 4th -9:30pm
Tuesday 5th -9:30pm
Wednesday 6th -9:30pm
Thursday 7th -9:30pm

The Fault in Our Stars

Hazel and Gus are two teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them on a journey. Their relationship is all the more miraculous given that their love blossoms at a cancer support group.‘A summer hit’ – The Guardian.

Film Length: 126 mins

12A

Showing times:

Sunday 10th -7pm
Monday 11th -7pm
Tuesday 12th -7pm
Wednesday 13th -7pm
Thursday 14th -7pm

Postman Pat - The Movie

The loveable postman finds his beliefs challenged when he enters a TV talent show competition!

Film Length: 117 mins

U

Showing times:

Friday 15th -1:30pm
Saturday 16th -1:30pm
Sunday 17th -1:30pm
Monday 18th -1:30pm
Tuesday 19th -1:30pm
Wednesday 20th -1:30pm
Thursday 21st -1:30pm

Transformers 4 – Age of Extinction 3D

A mechanic and his family join the Autobots as they are targeted by a bounty hunter from another world.

Film Length: 165 mins

12A

Showing times:

Friday 15th -7pm
Saturday 16th -7pm
Sunday 17th -7pm (2D)
Monday 18th -7pm
Tuesday 19th -7pm
Wednesday 20th -7pm
Thursday 21st -7pm

The Nut Job (3D)

A mischievous squirrel assembles a crew to raid the local nut store so his friends have enough food to survive the winter. Lots of action in this animated comedy!

Film Length: 87 mins

U

Showing times:

Friday 22nd -2pm
Friday 22nd -4:30pm
Saturday 23rd -2pm
Saturday 23rd -4:30pm
Sunday 24th -2pm (2D)
Sunday 24th -4:30pm (2D)
Monday 25th -2pm
Monday 25th -4:30pm
Tuesday 26th -2pm
Tuesday 26th -4:30pm
Wednesday 27th -2pm
Wednesday 27th -4:30pm
Thursday 28th -2pm
Thursday 28th -4:30pm

The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (3D)

The growing nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar is threatened by a band of humans who survived the devastating virus unleashed a decade earlier. Totally gripping, edge of your seat, sci-fi thriller!

Film Length: 130 mins

12A

Showing times:

Friday 22nd -7pm
Saturday 23rd -7pm
Sunday 24th -7pm (2D)
Monday 25th -7pm
Tuesday 26th -7pm
Wednesday 27th -7pm
Thursday 28th -7pm