Cinema listings - Weston

PUBLISHED: 13:30 27 April 2006 | UPDATED: 09:12 24 May 2010

THE ODEON, THE CENTRE: Telephone 0871 22 44 007. An American Haunting (15): Daily 9.25am. Slither (15): Daily 2.15pm, 4.25pm, 6.35pm, 8.45pm. Take The Lead (12A): Fri-Wed 2.40pm, 6.45pm. Thurs 6.45pm. American Dreamz (12A): Fri-Wed 6.15pm, 8.35pm. Eight

THE ODEON, THE CENTRE: Telephone 0871 22 44 007.An American Haunting (15): Daily 9.25am.Slither (15): Daily 2.15pm, 4.25pm, 6.35pm, 8.45pm.Take The Lead (12A): Fri-Wed 2.40pm, 6.45pm. Thurs 6.45pm.American Dreamz (12A): Fri-Wed 6.15pm, 8.35pm.Eight Below (PG): Daily 1.45pm, 4pm.Scary Movie 4 (15): Fr-Wed 4.55pm, 9pm. Thurs 9pm.The Pink Panther (PG): Sat, Sun & Mon 12.05pm.Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (U): Fri & Tues-Thurs 2.45pm, 5pm, 7.45pm. Sat, Sun & Mon 12.30pm, 2.45pm, 5pm, 7.45pm.She's The Man (12A): Sat, Sun & Mon 12.30pm.Senior Screen: King Kong (12A): Thurs 11am.Senior Screen 2: Memoirs Of A Geisha (12A): Thurs 11am.Movie Mob: The Chronicles Of Narnia (PG), Chicken Little (U), Big Momma's House 2 (PG), The Little Polar Bear 2 (U): Sat 10am.

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