Thursday, January 26, 2012

Subtitled Cinema - 26th of January 2012

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Southern & Northern Ireland
Most cinemas - including all 3D and digital-equipped cinemas - can screen the films below with subtitles. Please ask cinemas to screen them!

War Horse
War Horse subtitled (12a) 2 hours 26 mins
From director Steven Spielberg comes an epic adventure for audiences of all ages. Set during the First World War, the film follows the extraordinary journey of a horse as he moves through the war, changing and inspiring the lives of all those he meets. An odyssey of joy and sorrow, passionate friendship and high adventure, War Horse is one of the great stories of friendship and war - an epic adaptation by one of the great directors in film history. Starring Jeremy Irvine, Emily Watson and David Thewlis. **** Four stars! Empire
Belfast Odeon, Victoria Square BT1 4QG
Sun 29th Jan 1:15, Tues 31st Jan 4:30
Dublin UCI Blanchardstown
Mon 30th Jan 5.20

The Descendants
The Descendants subtitled (15) 1 hour 55 mins
Comedy drama that follows Matt King (George Clooney), a complacent and wealthy Hawaiian landowner who is forced to reappraise his comfortable existence when his wife is killed in an accident.The film examines his relationship with his two daughters as he decides whether or not to sell the land that's kept the family rich since they were awarded it by Hawaiian royalty hundreds of years previously.
Lisburn Omniplex
Wed 1st Feb 6.30

The Sitter
The Sitter subtitled (15) 1 hour 21 mins
Comedy starring Jonah Hill as Noah Jaybird; a hapless dropout student who takes a break from slacking to babysit for the family next door. What starts as an easy way to earn a buck ends up in the craziest night ever as he takes his three young wards on a chaotic journey through the night with trigger-happy drug dealers and the law in hot pursuit.
Dublin Cineworld Parnell Street Dublin 1
Sat 28th Jan 11.00am, Mon 30th Jan 9:20pm

Darkest Hour
The Darkest Hour subtitled (12a) 1 hour 28 mins
Sci-fi action-thriller about five young friends battling for survival following an alien invasion. The invisible extraterrestrials are intent on absorbing Earth's energy and destroying its lifeforms, a plan which puts the five fugitive friends directly in their path. Forced to fight or die, they make a last stand using Moscow as their arena.
Belfast Odyssey Cinema, 2 Queens Quay BT3
3D Thurs 26th Jan 8.00

Mission Impossible
Mission Impossible : Ghost Protocol subtitled (12a) 2 hours 13 mins
Continues the hugely successful series with more action and adrenaline than you'd ever have thought possible. A brand new team is assembled by Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise), who enlists the help of new recruits to clear the IMF's name after it is blamed for a global bombing plot. As the organisation goes into shutdown, they're forced undercover with no help, no contact and no limits in their toughest assignment ever.
Cork Blackpool, Reel Picture
Thurs 26th Jan 8.00

Girl Dragon Tattoo
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo subtitled (18) 2 hours 33 mins
Based on Stieg Larsson's best-selling novel, 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' is the first in a trilogy of films starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, from legendary director David Fincher. The tale of Mikael Blomkvist's first encounter with punk hacker Lisbeth Salander, as he is drawn into the investigation of an unsolved murder. **** Four stars! Empire
Dublin UCI Blanchardstown
Change! Now Wed 25th Jan 5.40 (not Sun)

Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes - A Game of Shadows subtitled (12a) 2 hours 9 mins
Action adventure. Robert Downey Jr. returns as the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, with Jude Law once again at his side as Dr. Watson. When the Crown Prince of Austria is found dead, everything points to suicide. But Sherlock Holmes deduces murder, and falls into a cunningly constructed web that can only have been spun by arch enemy Professor Moriarty... and draws him into a deadly global game of cat of mouse. **** Four stars! Empire
Dublin Vue Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
Tues 31st Jan 6:30
Dublin UCI Blanchardstown*
Thurs 26th Jan 1.15, 6.45
*check with cinema - may cancel

Puss in Boots
Puss in Boots subtitled (U) 1 hour 30 mins
Animated adventure that takes us to a time long before the feisty feline first appeared in the Shrek universe. This time, we follow him on a heroic journey. Helped by love interest Kitty Softpaws, he hatches a plan to steal the famous golden egg-laying goose and save the world from two murderous outlaws known as Jack and Jill. Featuring an all-star cast of voices including Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Zach Galifianakis.
Dublin Vue Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
Sun 29th Jan 09:50am

And more!On release in many cinemas: foreign language films with English subtitles. Latest releases include:

the Artist

The Artist (Apart from some music, the film is 99% silent, with caption cards for dialogue).
An exquisitely judged, gloriously funny and achingly tender film by the French director Michel Hazanavicius, a movie about the black and white silent age of Hollywood, which is itself in black and white, and silent – or almost silent (warning - contains mild spoilers...)
In an instance of sound in 'The Artist' George Valentin is having a nightmare after seeing his wife's sound test… he dreams that he hears noise, but his voice has gone. So in the film itself we get him mouthing words, but there is sound - his glass being set down on the table, his dog barking and the giggle of the dancers walking by his dressing room… and then he wakes up, and everything's back to normal. In another scene, George and Peppy are tap dancing. The scene ends and pans out to the director and cameramen, the director shouts 'Cut!' and the noise of a working film studio can be heard. George Valentin speaks - without a caption card. When asked if they can do the scene over, he says 'It would be my pleasure.'
There is a continuous orchestral score by Ludovic Bource. "The Artist" heads the Golden Globes with six nominations, among them best comedy or musical, and acting honors for its French stars, Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo. Trailer here
We Have a Pope (Italian, German, Latin, English, Spanish, Polish and French with English subtitles)
Tragi-comic depiction of events surrounding the election of a new Pope in Nanni Moretti's searching, satirical sideswipe at the Catholic Church in Italy.

Most cinemas - including all 3D and digital-equipped cinemas -
can screen most popular
 films with subtitles. Please ask cinemas to screen them!

Dublin Movies@Dundrum, Sandyford Road, Dublin 16
Dublin Movies@Swords, Pavilions Shopping Centre, Dublin
Dublin UCI Blanchardstown
Dublin Vue Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
Dublin Cineworld Parnell Street Dublin 1
Belfast Odeon, Victoria Square BT1 4QG
Belfast Odyssey Cinema, 2 Queens Quay BT3
Lisburn Omniplex
Cork Blackpool, Reel Picture
Mayo Movie World, SGC Castlebar, Moneen
Galway Wellpark, Ireland, Eye cinema
Thurles Shopping Centre, Tipperary, IMC

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