North Shore Times : February 1st 2013
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FLICKS 2012 - Best Independent Cinema AIDA 2012 - Best NZ Cinema 122 Queen Street Northcote Point Ph 4810040 LINCOLN 12 Oscar Nominations 10 BAFTA Nominations Golden Globe Winner: Best Actor BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD [M] Fri-Tue 6.30* Wed 4.30* S EAK PREVIEWS HIS WEEKE D Hitchcock - Saturday & Sunday 4.00 Zero Dark Thirty - Saturday 3.30 & Sunday 2.30 YOU WILL BE MY SON [M] Fri-Wed 2.20* LES MISERABLES [M] Fri 10.00, 5.40 Sat 12.30 Sun 5.30 Mon/Tue 10.00, 5.50 Wed 5.50 Fri 12.35 Sat/Sun/Wed 12.50, 8.40 Mon/Tue 12.50, 8.45 WHOLE LOTTA SOLE [M] Fri-Tue 10.30*, 4.30* Wed 10.30* THE IMPOSTER [M] Fri/Mon 10.45, 12.50, 2.50, 7.00 Sat/Tue 10.30, 12.40, 2.40, 6.50 Sun 10.45, 12.40, 2.40, 6.50 Wed 4.25, 8.30 SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS [R16] Fri/Mon 4.50, 9.00 Sat 4.40, 9.00 Sun/Tue 4.40, 8.45 Wed 8.25* SIGHTSEERS [R16] Fri-Tue 12.25*, 8.30* Wed 12.25*, 6.30* SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK [M] Fri 3.15, 8.40 Sat 10.00, 8.50 Sun 10.00, 8.30 Mon/Tue 3.15, 8.50 Wed 12.30, 8.50 Fri 10.00, 3.20, 8.00 Sat Sun 10.15, 6.00 Mon 10.15, 3.45, 6.15 Tue Wed 10.15, 6.15 ANNA KARENINA [M] QUARTET [M] Fri 1.10, 6.00 Sat 6.40 Sun 12.30 Mon 1.10 Tue 1.10, 4.10 Wed 10.20 CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS Valentines Day Special 3 Course Meal & 1 Glass Champagne Bookings Essential 1/83 Apollo Dr, Rosedale, Auckland Ph 09 215 6192 | www.ladolce.co.nz $55 per person Not in conjunction with any other offer 5036518AE FLOWERS WHOLESALER 72A BARRYS PT RD, TAKAPUNA PH: 09 489 9653 0800 322 299 "OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!" 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' The residents loved it. One was an artist and she had tears in her eyes ' Carol Frankson The newly refurbished Anne Maree Court has a special link between generations. A handpainted mural at the rest home in Northcote was created by a group of Windy Ridge School students. Anne Maree Court manager Carol Frankson says they are absolutely pleased with the bril- liant'' piece. The residents loved it. One was an artist and she had tears in her eyes.'' The rest home was recently renovated and the collaboration with the school was a unique way to fill a blank wall in the lounge area. Agroupofyear4to6 students worked on the project, which took them a term to complete. Teachers Heike Micheel and Debbie White met with the chil- dren for a couple of hours after school every week. Mrs White says the students were taught the tricks of the trade, but they came up with a lot of ideas themselves. Ms Frankson sug- gested a New Zealand theme. 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Here is some infor- mation on next three blockbusters to help you choose which film to come to on your next night out at The Bridge- way. Lincoln -- 12 Oscar nominations: Director Steven Spiel- berg's film Lincoln is about the 16th American president and his battle to abolish slavery. It tops all films with 12 nomina- tions, including best pic- ture. Along with the Best Picture and Best Direc- tor nominations, the film also earned nods for Best Actor -- Daniel Day- Lewis; Best Supporting Actress -- Sally Field; Best Supporting Actor -- Tommy Lee Jones; and Best Adapted Screenplay -- Tony Kushner. Amour, five Oscar nominations: It is rare for a foreign film to receive a Best Pic- ture nomination, but Amour joins the select list. Austrian Michael Haneke's film stars octogenerian acting greats Emmanuelle Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant as sophisti- cated elderly French cou- ple Anne and Georges, enjoying their retirement surrounded by books and beautiful things ... until Anne has a stroke. For the first time the couple have to come to terms with mortality. It may sound grim but it is stun- ning and honest drama. The movie has also received nominations for Best Actress; Best Foreign Language Film; Best Director; and Best Screenplay. Silver Linings Playbook, eight Oscar nominations: There has been a lot of hype around this down to earth comedy drama with the film being nomi- nated for Best Picture; Best Director; Best Actor -- Bradley Cooper; Best Actress -- Jennifer Law- rence; Best Supporting Actor -- Robert DeNiro; Best Supporting Actress -- Jacki Weaver: Adapted Screenplay; and Film Editing. Pat Solatano has lost his house, his job, and his wife and finds him- self living with his parents following a breakdown. Determined to rebuild his life, Pat meets Tif- fany, a mysterious woman with problems of her own. Offering to help him reconnect with his wife, but only if he'll do something very import- ant for her in return, a bond is gradually forged between the two out- siders. The Bridgeway Cinema, 122 Queen St, Northcote Point. Bookings 481 0040.
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