Open Daily From 10am


Movies scheduled after 4pm will need to be pre-booked and require a minimum of 4 persons

in total at the cinemas in order to run.

(NB. that is 4 people spread over all three cinemas not just in the one movie)

Picton Cinemas

Thursday 11 August - Wednesday 17 August

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Bullet Train

  Daily: 10.10am, 2.10pm

Duration: 126 mins   

Classification: R16


Five assassins find themselves on a fast moving bullet train from Tokyo to Morioka with only a few stops in between. They discover their missions are not unrelated to each other.

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Phantom of the Open

  Daily:  12.20pm 

Duration: 106 mins   

Classification: M


Amateur golfer Maurice Flitcroft achieves his late-in-life goal of participating in the British Open Golf Championship, much to the ire of the staid golfing community.

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Laal Singh Chaddha

  Daily:  11.40am, 4.20pm

Duration: 159 mins   

Classification: M


Official remake of Oscar-winning American drama titled Forrest Gump (1994)

 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Advait Chandan from a screenplay by Eric Roth and Atul Kulkarni.


Employee of the Month

  Daily:  10.10am, 5.10pm

Duration: 85 mins   

Classification: M


The hilarious smash hit French comedy written and directed by, and starring Jérôme Commandeur (Welcome to the sticks, Ma famille t'adore déjà). Vincent, a long time civil servant refuses to move on from his cushy job for life.



  Daily:  2.25pm

Duration: 159 mins   

Classification: M

Elvis Presley rises to fame in the 1950s while maintaining a complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker.

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 The Princess 

  Daily:  11.35am, 1.30pm

Duration: 106 mins   

Classification: PG



The story of Princess Diana told exclusively through contemporaneous archival footage, The Princess creates a bold and immersive narrative of Princess Diana’s life and death.

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Come Back Anytime

  Daily:  10.10am, 3.20pm

Duration: 91 mins   

Classification: E


Self-taught ramen master Masamoto Ueda and his wife Kazuko have run their Tokyo ramen shop, Bizentei for more than 40 years. Scores of devoted customers have joined them in creating an intimate place of community. On the weekends, they venture together across the Japanese countryside, harvesting pears, bamboo shoots, and wild mountain yams