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Movie­go­ers can catch a baby on a se­cret mis­sion, watch a favourite fairy­tale come to life and go on an alien ad­ven­ture in deep space

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - MOVIES -

THE BOSS BABY (G) Aus­tralia Fair, Coolan­gatta, Pa­cific Fair, Robina, Tweed City, Nerang Cine­plex, Har­bour Town

He wears a suit and speaks with the voice of a cor­po­rate ex­ec­u­tive. All his par­ents see is a won­der­ful new ad­di­tion to the fam­ily, but his older brother sees him for who he re­ally is … a baby on a spe­cial se­cret mis­sion.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Aus­tralia Fair, Coolan­gatta, Pa­cific Fair, Robina, Tweed City, Nerang Cine­plex, Har­bour Town

Belle, a bright, beau­ti­ful and in­de­pen­dent young woman, is taken pris­oner by a beast in his cas­tle. De­spite her fears, she be­friends the cas­tle’s en­chanted staff and learns to look be­yond the beast’s hideous ex­te­rior, al­low­ing her to recog­nise the kind heart and soul of the true prince that hides on the in­side.

LIFE Aus­tralia Fair, Coolan­gatta, Pa­cific Fair, Robina, Tweed City, Nerang Cine­plex, Har­bour Town

Astro­nauts aboard the In­ter­na­tional Space Sta­tion are on the cut­ting edge of one of the most im­por­tant dis­cov­er­ies in hu­man his­tory: ev­i­dence of ex­trater­res­trial life on Mars. As mem­bers of the crew con­duct their re­search, the rapidly evolv­ing life form proves far more in­tel­li­gent and ter­ri­fy­ing than any­one could have imag­ined.

POWER RANGERS (M) Aus­tralia Fair, Robina, Nerang Cine­plex

High-school out­casts stum­ble upon an old alien ship, where they ac­quire su­per­pow­ers and are dubbed the Power Rangers. Learn­ing that an old en­emy of the pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tion has re­turned to ex­act vengeance, the group must har­ness their pow­ers and use them to work to­gether and save the world.

SPE­CIAL SCREENINGS RAMMSTEIN: PARIS Pa­cific Fair

The film, di­rected by Swedish di­rec­tor Jonas Ak­er­lund, cap­tures the Ger­man rock band’s per­for­mance at the Paris Bercy Arena in March 2012, fea­tur­ing an ex­tra­or­di­nary stage show. It was shot over two nights us­ing 30 cam­eras to pro­vide 60 dif­fer­ent an­gles on the show.

EM­BRACE (M) Man­dala Organic Arts Cafe

Em­brace fol­lows body im­age ac­tivist Taryn Brum­fitt’s cru­sade as she ex­plores the global is­sue of body loathing, in­spir­ing us to change the way we feel about our­selves and think about our bod­ies.

BILLY LYNN’S LONG HALTIME WALK (M) Kingscliff Cin­ema

19-year-old Billy Lynn is brought home for a vic­tory tour af­ter a har­row­ing Iraq bat­tle. Through flash­backs the film shows what re­ally hap­pened to his squad – con­trast­ing the re­al­i­ties of war with Amer­ica’s per­cep­tions.

ELLE (M) Kingscliff Cin­ema

Michèle seems in­de­struc­tible. Head of a suc­cess­ful video game com­pany, she brings the same ruth­less at­ti­tude to her love life as to busi­ness. Be­ing at­tacked in her home by an un­known as­sailant changes Michèle’s life for­ever.

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