OBAN PHOENIX

Fri­day 6 Jan­uary – Thurs­day 12 Jan­uary

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PAS­SEN­GERS l 12A l 136 MIN

Fri, Sat: 15:00, 20:15. Sun: 12.30, 17:30. Mon, Tue: 16:30, 19:15. Wed: 16:00, 17:00. On a rou­tine jour­ney through space to a new home, two pas­sen­gers, sleep­ing in sus­pended an­i­ma­tion, are awak­ened 90 years too early when their ship mal­func­tions. As Jim (Chris Pratt) and Aurora (Jen­nifer Lawrence) face liv­ing the rest of their lives on board, with ev­ery lux­ury they could ever ask for, they be­gin to fall for each other, un­able to deny their in­tense at­trac­tion... un­til they dis­cover the ship is in grave dan­ger. With the lives of 5000 sleep­ing pas­sen­gers at stake, only Jim and Aurora can save them all. Par­ent and Baby Screen­ing: Tues 11.30 (Lights dimmed. Baby chang­ing avail­able)

RSC LIVE: THE TEMPEST l 12a l 210 MIN

Wed: 19:00 On a distant is­land a man waits. Robbed of his po­si­tion, power and wealth, his en­e­mies have left him in iso­la­tion. But this is no or­di­nary man, and this no or­di­nary is­land. Pros­pero is a ma­gi­cian, able to con­trol the very el­e­ments and bend na­ture to his will. When a sail ap­pears on the hori­zon, he reaches out across the ocean to the ship that car­ries the men who wronged him. Cre­at­ing a vast mag­i­cal storm he wrecks the ship and washes his en­e­mies up on the shore. When they wake they find them­selves lost on a fan­tas­ti­cal is­land where noth­ing is as it seems.

BAL­LE­RINA | U | 119 MIN

Fri: 12:30 Chil­dren’s an­i­ma­tion. Set in 1879 Paris. An or­phan girl dreams of be­com­ing a bal­le­rina and flees her ru­ral Brit­tany for Paris, where she passes for some­one else and ac­cedes to the po­si­tion of pupil at the Grand Opera house.

KIDS CLUB: BAL­LE­RINA | U | 119 MIN

Sat: 12:30

SIL­VER SCREEN: A UNITED KING­DOM l 12a l 131 MIN

Sun: 14:30 Sil­ver Screen­ing - ‘Last Chance to See’ - Con­ces­sions (age 60+) en­try just £3! Tea and cake £1.50. Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana causes an in­ter­na­tional stir when he mar­ries a white wo­man from Lon­don in the late 1940s

MOANA | PG | 133 MIN

Fri: 2:30, Sat: 2:30 From Walt Dis­ney An­i­ma­tion Stu­dios comes “Moana,” a sweep­ing, CG-an­i­mated fea­ture film about an ad­ven­tur­ous teenager who sails out on a dar­ing mis­sion to save her peo­ple.

THE BIRTH OF A NA­TION l 15 L 140 MIN

Fri, Sat: 17:45. Sun: 17:00. Mon, Tues: 19:00. Wed: 19:30 Set against the an­te­bel­lum South, THE BIRTH OF A NA­TION fol­lows Nat Turner (Nate Parker), a lit­er­ate slave and preacher, whose fi­nan­cially strained owner, Sa­muel Turner (Ar­mie Ham­mer), ac­cepts an of­fer to use Nat’s preach­ing to sub­due un­ruly slaves. As he wit­nesses count­less atroc­i­ties - against him­self and his fel­low slaves - Nat or­ches­trates an up­ris­ing in the hopes of lead­ing his peo­ple to free­dom.

SULLY | 12A | 116 MIN

Fri: 20:00, Sat: 20:00 On Jan­uary 15, 2009, the world wit­nessed the “Mir­a­cle on the Hud­son” when Cap­tain “Sully” Sul­len­berger ( Tom Hanks) glided his dis­abled plane onto the frigid waters of the Hud­son River, sav­ing the lives of all 155 aboard. How­ever, even as Sully was be­ing her­alded by the pub­lic and the me­dia for his un­prece­dented feat of avi­a­tion skill, an in­ves­ti­ga­tion was un­fold­ing that threat­ened to de­stroy his rep­u­ta­tion and his ca­reer.

ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY | 12A | 153 MIN

Fri: 17:00, Sat: 17:00, Mon, Tue: 16:00, 3D: Fri: 12.00, Sat: 12:00, Mon: 14:45 ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’, is the first film in the new stand­alone movies from Lu­cas­film. It tells the story of how a group of un­likely heroes unite to un­der­take a dar­ing and seem­ingly im­pos­si­ble mis­sion to steal the plans for the Death Star.

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