We’ve saved the best for last with a blockbuster final week for our Winter season. This week, don’t miss Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic, an adventure into the multiverse with Doctor Strange, the return of everyone’s favourite yellow creatures, and the epic conclusion to the Jurassic World trilogy!
And then come back next week to do it all over again with a doco about the first Aboriginal filmmaker (ALBAZE), the horrors of toxic masculinity (MEN), a French morality tale (FAREWELL, MR. HAFFMAN) and, of course, feel the need for speed again with TOP GUN: MAVERICK. Plus, a 35th anniversary screening of THE PRINCESS BRIDE and more Minions for our free Bush Week screening.
• THU 21 JULY @ 7:30 PM: ELVIS (M, 159 MINS)
Baz Luhrmann directs this biopic exploring of the life and music of the legendary Elvis Presley (Austin Butler), as seen through Presley's complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks), which spanned over 20 years.
• FRI 22 JULY @ 7:30 PM: DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS (M, 126 MINS – NO GUESTS)
After a powerful young woman inadvertently opens a doorway to multiple different universes, Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is forced to team up with new allies and old friends to face a mysterious new adversary.
• SAT 23 JULY @ **5 PM**: MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU (PG, 87 MINS – NO GUESTS)
In this prequel to the Despicable Me films, 12-year-old budding supervillain Gru (Steve Carrell) hatches a plan with the aid of his mischievous Minions to become evil enough to join his favourite supervillain supergroup.
• SAT 23 JULY @ 7:30 PM: JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINIONS (M, 147 MINS – NO GUESTS)
With dinosaurs now unleashed upon the world, heroes old and new must unite to determine whether the human race can survive in a fragile balance alongside history’s most fearsome creatures, in this epic conclusion to the Jurassic era.