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15th October 2012

ODEON Cinema Listings

A look at what’s showing at Odeon this week
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LOOPER (15)

DIRECTOR: RIAN JOHNSON

STARRING: JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT, BRUCE WILLIS, EMILY BLUNT

RUNNING TIME: 119 MIN

GENRE: ACTION, SCI-FI, THRILLER

SHOWING: 13.10 15.00 16.00 17.50 18.50 20.40 21.40

ON THE ROAD (15)

DIRECTOR: WALTER SALLES

STARRING: SAM RILEY, GARRET HEDLUND, KRISTEN STEWART

RUNNING TIME: 124 MINS

GENRE: DRAMA

RELEASED: 14.25 17.25 20.25

 

TAKEN 2 (15)

DIRECTOR: OLIVIER MEGATON

STARRING: LIAM NEESON, MAGGIE GRACE

RUNNING TIME: 91 MIN

GENRE: ACTION

SHOWING: 13.05 14.05 15.25 16.25 17.45 18.45 19.30 20.15 21.00 21.45

 

OUT THIS WEEK: MADAGASCAR 3

DIRECTOR: ERIC DARNELL

STARRING: BEN STILLER, CHRIS ROCK, DAVID SCHWIMMER

GENRE: COMEDY, ANIMATION

RELEASED: 19/10/12

 

OUT THIS WEEK: PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4

DIRECTOR: HENRY JOOST

STARRING: KATIE FEATHERSTON, KATHRYN NEWTON

GENRE: HORROR, THRILLER

RELEASED: 17/10/12

 

 


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