Movie listings

PUBLISHED: 09:28 27 June 2013 | UPDATED: 09:28 27 June 2013

World War Z starring Brad Pitt.

World War Z starring Brad Pitt.

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Find out what’s on at the Odeon in Weston, The Ritz in Burnham and the Curzon in Clevedon.

BURNHAM

* Ritz Cinema, Victoria Street - call 01278 794123.

Despicable Me 2 2D (U): Daily 5.15pm. Sat & Sun 12.30pm & 5.15pm.

Despicable Me 2 3D (U): Sat & Sun 2.45pm.

World War Z 3D (15): Daily 8.15pm. Sat & Sun 3.15pm & 8.15pm.

World War Z 2D (15): Daily 5.45pm.

Man of Steel 2D (12A): Fri-Tues 7.30pm (Not Wed & Thurs).

Epic 2D (U): Sat & Sun 1pm.

Advanced screenings - Now You See Me (12A): Wed & Thurs 7.30pm.

Silver Screen - After Earth (12A): Tue 10.45am. Man of Steel 2D (12A): Thurs 10.30am.

CLEVEDON

* Curzon Community Cinema, Old Church Road - call 01275 871000.

Populaire (12A): Thu 2pm & 7.45pm.

Man of Steel (12A): Fri 4.30pm & 7.45pm. Sat 2pm & 7.45pm. Sun 7.45pm. Mon 7.45pm. Tues 2pm & 7.45pm. Weds 10.30am & 7.45pm.

WESTON

* The Odeon, The Centre - call 0871 22 44 007. June 28 to July 4 inclusive:

After Earth (12A): Fri-Mon 6.20pm & 8.40pm.

Despicable Me 2 2D (U) - autism friendly screening: Sun 11.30am.

Despicable Me 2 2D (U): Sat & Sun 11.20am, 1.15pm, 4.05pm & 6pm. Fri & Mon-Thurs 4.05pm 6pm. Subtitled performances: Sat 11.20am. Thurs 4.05pm.

Despicable Me 2 3D (U): Sat & Sun 10.50am, 1.50pm, 3.45pm & 8.30pm. Fri & Mon-Thurs 3.45pm & 8.30pm.

Man of Steel 2D (12A): Fri & Mon-Thurs 5pm. Sat 11am & 5pm. Subtitled performance: Tue 5pm.

Man of Steel 3D (12A): Fri & Mon-Thurs 8pm. Sat & Sun 2pm & 8pm.

Now You See Me (12A): Wed & Thurs 6.20pm & 8.50pm.

World War Z 2D (15): Fri-Thurs 3.20pm.

World War Z 3D (15): Fri & Mon-Thurs 5.50 & 8.20pm. Sat & Sun 12.50pm, 5.50pm & 8.20pm.

National Theatre presents The Audience Encore: Tue 7.30pm.

Odeon Kids: All Stars 2D (U): Sat & Sun 10.30am.


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