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    Cineworld

    Upper Level

    The ten screen multiplex cinema seats 2,400 people and will feature four state of the art 3D screens. Located in Aberdeen City centre in the new Union Square shopping centre, the cinema will offer locals the opportunity to watch the biggest film hits on high quality digital screens. 

    Movies 4 Juniors 
    Every Sunday morning at 10am at Cineworld Aberdeen, Union Square we have a selection of recent movies for only £1! Adults accompanying children also benefit from this great price – an unbelievably cheap way to entertain the whole family! 

    MyCineworld
    Did you know you can save money on your tickets using your mycineworld account.  Mycineworld gives you access to some fantastic deals and offers as well as an easier online process to book your tickets

    Enjoy all Cineworld has to offer with the Cineworld Unlimited Card 
    Apply online today and start enjoying the benefit of Unlimited Cinema. Once your membership is confirmed you will be able to print out a temporary pass to start using immediately. Your permanent card will be sent out to you within 2 weeks! 

    illy Coffee
    illy coffee has arrived at Cineworld – the cinema will be open daily from 8.30am - 11pm for illy coffee (sit in or take away).  There’s a great choice of your usual favourites including Latte, Cappuccino, Espresso plus you can choose from decaf and skinny options too!

    Alcohol
    You can now enjoy a wine with your movie – alcohol purchased from the Cineworld bar is now allowed into any performance after 6pm and 15 & 18 Cert films only before 6pm. 

     

     

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    M4J Alice Through The Looking Glass

    Alice returns to Wonderland in this eye-popping follow-up to Tim Burton's fantasy blockbuster. Several years after her first adventures in the utterly madcap and enchanting world of Wonderland, Alice Kingsleigh (Mia Wasikowska) finds herself sucked back into the magical land where the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp) is dying. In order to save her eccentric friend, Alice must delve ever further into this topsy-turvy universe to seek out the very living embodiment of Time himself (Sacha Baron Cohen). In 2010, Tim Burton's adaptation of Lewis Carroll's beloved children's classic became one of the biggest blockbusters of all time. Now, Muppets director James Bobin steps in with Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp leading the all-star cast, including a returning Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen and the late Alan Rickman in his final role as caterpillar Absolem. Meanwhile, Ali G and Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen brings the quirky menace as the villainous Time.

    • 28 August 2016

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    Bad Moms

    Mila Kunis leads a trio of stressed-out mothers on a fun-packed binge in this outrageous comedy. Amy Mitchell (Mila Kunis) is a perfect mum. She's got a great marriage, a lovely home, a high-powered career, two bright children and even a lovely dog. But underneath the capable facade, she's at bursting point through exhaustion and the pressure to conform. Rather then cracking up, she joins forces with Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hann) - two other mothers who desperately need to let off steam. Together, they cast off their inhibitions and let down their hair for a full-on, freedom-embracing frenzy of wild partying. This sets the trio on course for a spectacular bust-up with overbearing PTA perfectionist Gwendolyn (Christina Applegate). Written and directed by 'Hangover' writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, the wickedly funny, deliciously cast 'Bad Moms' will strike a chord with over-worked mums and raunchy comedy enthusiasts alike.

    David Brent : Life On The Road

    Everyone’s favourite chilled out entertainer is back as Ricky Gervais’ classic comedy creation David Brent makes his big screen debut – as hilariously inappropriate and tactless as he ever was! In the years since his sacking from Slough’s finest paper merchants Wernham Hogg, David has become a sales rep peddling cleaning products to all who will listen. However as before, his real passion lies in rock and roll, and David has returned to his musical roots touring with his band Foregone Conclusion. As they travel the length and breadth of Britain, it seems that the hapless David is determined to keep his musical dream alive. Having first been unleashed on the world in timeless comedy series The Office, David Brent now makes a bid for global stardom as Ricky Gervais’ brand of hilariously painful humour arrives on the big screen. Returning for the movie is Ben ‘Doc Brown’ Smith, seen in the hilarious ‘Equality Street’ music video.

    (2D) Finding Dory

    Your favourite underwater characters return in Pixar’s long-awaited sequel to their 2003 masterpiece, Finding Nemo. One year after the events of Finding Nemo, clownfish Marlin (Albert Brooks) is happily settled having rescued his son. But Marlin’s forgetful friend Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) starts to recall memories of her long-lost family. She then determines to embark on an epic adventure across the breadth of the ocean to find them, accompanied as before by Marlin and Nemo. But when she’s captured and placed in the Monterey Marine Life Institute, she must devise a plan of escape. Pixar’s Oscar-winning Finding Nemo is widely regarded as one of their finest films and this eagerly anticipated sequel plunges us back into an extraordinarily beautiful aquatic world. Among the delightful new characters are octopus Hank (Ed O’Neill), whale shark Destiny (Kaitlyn Olson) and a pair of laid back sea lions voiced by The Wire stars Idris Elba and Dominic West.

    Jason Bourne

    Jason Bourne steps out of the shadows in the latest instalment of the smash-hit action franchise. The Bourne trilogy, comprising Identity, Supremacy and Ultimatum, redefined the 21st century action movie with their relentless thrills and compelling central character in the form of Matt Damon’s amnesiac assassin Jason Bourne. Having discovered his true identity at the end of 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum, Jason has gone off the grid. But an unexpected sequence of events involving former associate Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) compel him to come out of hiding and embark on a relentlessly exciting global journey, one that may lead to him to ever-more important revelations about his identity. Matt Damon and returning director Paul Greengrass again make an electrifying combination as the Bourne series amps up the spectacular set pieces, which this time range from a Greek riot to a Las Vegas car chase. The starry cast includes Alicia Vikander, Tommy Lee Jones and Vincent Cassell.

    Lights Out

    A supernatural being that lives in the dark preys on a family in this suspenseful, spine-chilling horror. Following the unexplained death of his factory owner father Paul (Billy Burke), 10-year-old Martin (Gabriel Bateman) starts to experience terrifying visions whenever the lights are switched off. This brings home his older sister Rebecca (Teresa Palmer), who moved out because she could no longer cope with their hallucination-plagued, mentally unstable mother, Sophie (Maria Bello). Frazzled Martin tells Rebecca that Sophie has been communicating with someone named Diana, who lives in the dark. Recognising the threat this terrifying and malevolent entity poses to the family, Rebecca realises that she must unlock and confront the truth hidden in her mother's past. Swedish director David F. Sandberg's lean, unremittingly scary expansion of his internet sensation short film is produced by 'The Conjuring' director James Wan. It builds to a tense and chilling climax that will leave you sleeping with every light on.

    M4J Alvin And The Chipmunks : THE ROAD CHIP

    Those naughty singing chipmunks hit the road on a madcap mission in their fourth fun-packed adventure. Lovably mischievous crooning critters Alvin (Justin Long), Simon (Matthew Gray Gubler) and Theodore (Jesse McCartney) are still causing chaos for their long-suffering human companion, Dave (Jason Lee). But now he's got a new girlfriend: a lovely doctor named Samantha (Kimberley Williams-Paisley). Alas, her teenage son Miles (Josh Green) takes an instant dislike to our furry heroes. Fearing that Dave will propose to Samantha during a trip to Miami, which would make them all brothers, Miles and the chipmunks team up for a crazy cross-country road trip to prevent this happening. Following a hilarious incident aboard a plane, they find themselves hotly pursued by a furious Air Marshal (Tony Hale). Watch out for some great cameos in this latest outing for everybody's favourite squeaky, misbehaving chipmunks. They also do a splendid chimpmunked version of Uptown Funk down in New Orleans. Advisory Information This film contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.

    • 28 August 2016

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    Mechanic : RESURRECTION

    Meticulous assassin Jason Statham is forced to undertake three impossible kills in this stunt-packed sequel. Audiophile contract killer Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) thought he'd retired. But then a formidable former foe re-emerges and kidnaps his girlfriend, Gina (Jessica Alba). Now Arthur is presented with his toughest challenge yet. To secure her release, he must pull off three kills on four continents over just five days, using his remarkable skills to make each appear as though it was an accident. But although the kidnappers are relentless and ruthless, Arthur has the resourecfulness to match them blow for blow. And Gina is no feeble damsel in distress, either. Michelle Yeoh and Tommy Lee Jones round out the cast of this ultra-high octane sequel to the 2011 hit 'The Mechanic'. It's packed with incredible stunts and non-stop thrills, cementing Jason Statham's status as one of modern cinema's greatest and most likeable action men.

    Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates

    Zac Efron and Adam DeVine play two brothers who hook up with the craziest dates imaginable in this anarchic comedy. Mike (Adam DeVine) and Dave (Zac Efron) are brothers who frequently ruin any family do they attend with their out-there antics. So to make sure they behave themselves at their sister’s wedding, their mother insists they arrive with dates on their arms. So they advertise themselves on a TV show and are noticed by the respectable looking Tatiana (Aubrey Plaza) and Alice (Anna Kendrick). But when they turn up, Mike and Dave soon that the girls are even wilder than they are…! Four of Hollywood’s sexiest stars team up for this riotous comedy from the writers of Bad Neighbours.

    • 28 August 2016

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    Nerve

    An online game spirals out of control with devastating consequences in this terrifyingly topical thriller. Student Vee Delmonico (Emma Roberts) is teased by her pals for being so safe and risk-averse. To prove them wrong, she agrees to sign up for Nerve - the exciting new Truth or Dare-style online game that's just gone viral. Participants are divided into watchers and players. As a player, Vee takes directions from the hordes of anonymous watchers. They swiftly hook her up with fellow player Ian (Dave Franco) for some initially innocent challenges. But things soon take a turn for the dangerous, and Vee finds herself trapped on a sinister thrill-ride that she's unable to get off. Adapted from Jeanne Ryan's cult young adult novel of the same title, this is a tense, high-stakes thriller inspired by the dark side of reality TV and online gaming. Co-directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's credits include 'Catfish' and two 'Paranormal Activity' movies.

    • 28 August 2016

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    Nine Lives

    House of Cards star Kevin Spacey transforms into a cat in this madcap family comedy from the director of Men in Black. Spacey plays uptight business mogul Tom Brand who is distant from his wife Lara (Jennifer Garner) and daughter Rebecca (Malina Weissman). However this animal-hating, work-oriented tycoon is about to see the error of his ways when, on a visit to buy a cute moggy for Rebecca’s birthday, he is transformed into an actual cat by mysterious pet shop owner Felix (Christopher Walken). As he comes to terms with this cat-astrophic situation, Brand learns that he has only one week to reconcile with his family – or otherwise stay as a cat forever. Addams Family and Men in Black director Barry Sonnenfeld helms an all-star cast in this quirky story of feline redemption.

    • 28 August 2016

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    (2D) Pete's Dragon

    Newcomer Oakes Fegley is the boy with a magical friend in this remake of the Disney favourite. Grace (Bryce Dallas Howard) has heard stories of a magical dragon for years, from the mouth of her wood-carver father (Robert Redford), However, that’s all she thought they were – stories. That is, until she meets ten-year-old Pete (Oakes Fegley) who claims to live alone in the woods with a giant green dragon named Elliott. Grace sets out to determine where Pete came from and the truth about this mysterious dragon. However, a few other people have found out about this remarkable dragon and and are intent on capturing it. This remake of the much-loved 1977 film boasts a stellar cast and state-of-the-art specials effects to help bring this enchanting and magical story to a new generation.

    (2D) Star Trek Beyond

    The U.S.S. Enterprise crew warp into another spectacular adventure as the rebooted series continues. Struggling to come to terms with his father’s formidable legacy, Kirk (Chris Pine) is still adjusting to the role of Captain and leader. Standing alongside him is half-human, half-Vulcan Spock (Zachary Quinto), communications officer Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Dr Bones (Karl Urban) and engineer Scotty (Simon Pegg). But when the Enterprise comes under attack from deadly new enemy Krall (Idris Elba), the entire crew is plunged into another nail-biting battle for survival. Following J.J. Abrams’ smash-hit 2009 reboot of the iconic Star Trek franchise and its 2013 sequel Into Darkness, the franchise now takes an exciting new direction to mark its 50th anniversary. Fast and Furious director Justin Lin takes over from Abrams at the helm whilst Simon Pegg co-writes the script with Doug Jung. Also featuring in the cast is kick-ass Kingsman star Sofia Boutella as alien warrior Jaylah.

    • 28 August 2016

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    (2D) Suicide Squad

    A team of out-of-control supervillains are brought together by a government agency in this outrageous comic book movie. What do you do when all the superheroes of the world are tied up? Get the supervillains to work for YOU. That’s what ARGUS has been set up to do, to recruit bad guys to execute dangerous tasks in exchange for shorter prison sentences. But as ARGUS soon finds out, supervillains aren’t as easy to control as superheroes… Hot on the heels of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comes the third film in the DC Comics movie universe. An all-star cast including Will Smith as ace assassin Deadshot, Margot Robbie as the deranged Harley Quinn, Cara Delevingne as the mysterious Enchantress and Jared Leto as the Joker help bring this legendary comic book series to the big screen. Look out for a cameo from Ben Affleck’s Batman.

    Swallows And Amazons

    An exhilarating adaptation of the children's adventure classic with a fresh espionage twist. The four Walker children are on a dull Lake District holiday with their mother (Kelly Macdonald). But when she gives them permission to camp on a remote island, the quartet find themselves at the centre of a fantastic summer adventure. Another family of children, the Blacketts, also lay claim to the island, leading to a play battle between the rival Swallows and Amazons. But things turn serious when the Blacketts' Uncle, Jim Turner (Rafe Spall), is revealed to be a spy, hotly pursued by a secret agent (Andrew Scott)! This bold, imaginative new adaptation of Arthur Ransome's quintessential English family classic adds an element of real danger and heroism drawn from the author's own experiences as an MI6 spy. Certain to charm and thrill a new generation, it makes stunning use of its idyllic Lake District locations and introduces a terrific cast of child actors.

    (2D) The BFG

    Mark Rylance headlines this enchanting version of Roald Dahl’s classic novel. An orphan named Sophie finds herself snatched away from the orphanage one morning by a friendly giant she names the BFG. The BFG’s job is collect, catalogue and deliver pleasant dreams to children. Sophie joins him on his travels, except they are followed by a group of evil giants, who have an altogether more unpleasant plan for the sleeping kids. Together, Sophie and the BFG must save the children from becoming the giants’ next meal! This is acclaimed filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s magical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s classic. Oscar-winning actor Mark Rylance plays the BFG himself, with newcomer Ruby Barnhill as Sophie alongside a rollcall of great British actors, including Penelope Wilton (Shaun of the Dead), Rebecca Hall (Iron Man 3) and Rafe Spall (Get Santa).

    The Purge : ELECTION YEAR

    The annual killing spree returns for a third time – and it’s deadlier than ever! The year is 2025: former cop Leo Barnes (Frank Grillo) is coming to terms with not killing the man who killed his beloved son during a drink driving incident. Barnes is now head of security for Presidential candidate Senator Charlene Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell). Roan is ahead in the polls due to her vow to eliminate the Purge, an annual killing spree where all crime is allowed for one night only. It was this one night that resulted in the sadistic death of her entire family. However, dark government forces are determined that the Purge continues, and soon both Barnes and Roan find themselves betrayed and left stranded on the streets of Los Angeles during the deadliest and most terrifying night of the year. Now in its third instalment, the sleeper hit horror franchise now adds biting political commentary to its violent thrills.

    (2D) The Secret Life Of Pets

    The makers of Despicable Me present a delightful new adventure focusing on our beloved animal companions. Max (voiced by Louis C.K.) is a pampered terrier living the high life with his owner Katie in a swish Manhattan apartment. When their owners are away, Max and his fellow animals love to engage in non-pet behaviour including raiding the fridge for decidedly tastier food. However, his routine is turned upside down when Katie brings back a slobbering mutt named Duke (Eric Stonestreet) from the pound to come and live with them. Nevertheless, these two squabbling pooches must learn to get on when they end up lost in New York. It’s time for an animal posse, led by Pomeranian Gidget (Jenny Slate) to find their friends and save the day. The creators of the Despicable Me movies and Minions show us what our pets get up to behind closed doors in this funny and endearing animated adventure.

    • 28 August 2016

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    War Dogs

    Miles Teller and Jonah Hill become unlikely arms dealers in this true-life comedy from the director of 'The Hangover' David (Miles Teller) and Efraim (Jonah Hill) are a pair of twentysomething dudes living in Miami Beach who happen upon a great money-making scheme during the Iraq War. A little-known government initiative permits small businesses to bid for US military contracts. They're soon raking in cash and partying hard, but bite off rather more than they can chew when they under-bid spectacularly to land a $300m Pentagon deal to arm the Afghan military. Now the bumbling, gun-running duo find themselves rubbing shoulders with some very shady characters indeed - many of whom are on their own side. Based on a story so improbable that it can only be true, this is an eye-opening, fast-paced, laugh-out-loud buddy comedy drama from Todd Phillips, director of 'The Hangover' trilogy. Watch out for Bradley Cooper in the supporting cast.

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