- (LUX) - Premium cinema with in-cinema dining
BERKELEY Takapuna is a 4 screen cinema complex with licensed theatres & bar and 3D capability.
Love cheap tickets? Of course you do!
Well, you’ll love our weekly savings at Berkeley Takapuna. All 2D tickets are just $9.90* and all 3D tickets are $13.50* every Sunday to Wednesday – yes, really!
So book your tickets, round up your friends and family, and treat yourself to a unique experience at the movies (all while lapping up these incredible prices!).
*Terms and conditions apply. 3D glasses not included. An online booking fee applies per ticket - $1.20 for General Admission. The above pricing is exclusive to Berkeley Mission Bay and Takapuna. Excludes special event screenings.
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When four outsiders saw what the big banks, media and government refused to, the global collapse of the economy, they had an idea: The Big Short. Their bold investment leads them into the dark underbelly of modern banking where they must question everyone and everything. Based on the true story and best-selling book by Michael Lewis (The Blind Side, Moneyball).
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Based on the book by David Ebershoff, The Danish Girl is the remarkable love story inspired by the lives of Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener (portrayed by Academy Award winner Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander, and directed by Academy Award winner Tom Hooper. Lili and Gerda’s marriage and work evolve as they navigate Lili’s groundbreaking journey as a transgender pioneer.
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Jason Kelly [Zac Efron] is one week away from marrying his boss’s uber-controlling daughter, putting him on the fast track for a partnership at the law firm. However, when the straight-laced Jason is tricked into driving his foul-mouthed grandfather, Dick [Robert De Niro], to Daytona for spring break, his pending nuptials are suddenly in jeopardy.
In an alternative Paris, society relies on coal and steam after all the great scientists have disappeared. April, daughter of two missing researchers, together with her talking cat Darwin, young rascal Julius and Pops, is determined to findthose responsible for these kidnappings.
In a small alpine village in 1945, everyone is celebrating the end of the war. Sebastian and his faithful canine companion Belle are eagerly waiting for their friend Angelina to come back, but she has gone missing in a plane crash in the heart of the forest. The pair go on a thrilling adventure to save the young woman...
Selected for Un Certain Regard at the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival, Bird People is a tale of disconnection in an overtly connected world. The movie opens with Parisian commuters on their morning journey, allowing us to witness their thoughts as they list their professional and personal obligations of the day.
The legendary Fanny Ardant (Bright Days Ahead – Festival 2014) is back to grace New Zealand screens as Alicia Ricosi, a diva fashion designer in crisis. When her love interest heads for the hills, Alicia is left with no inspiration to finish her collection, leaving the future of her business in jeopardy.
Winner of the Best Actor and Best Screenplay awards at the 2015 Venice International Film Festival, Christian Vincent’s judicial drama stars fabrice Luchini (Festival favourites Gemma Bovery, Cycling With Molière) as a fastidious judge presiding over the Assize Court.
Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2015 Cannes International Film Festival, Dheepan is an essential film to watch within the context of today’s geopolitics. Dheepan is a Sri Lankan Tamil fighter, a Tiger, who decides to flee his country as the civil war draws to an end. In a refugee camp, he finds a woman and a little girl, both of whom he does not know, to seek political asylum in Europe as a family.
This French take on the popular medical drama genre centres around young doctor Benjamin (Vincent Lacoste, The French Kissers, Lolo) as he starts a six-month internship in a Paris hospital. Confident and eager to learn, we follow Benjamin on his rounds, treating patients and performing procedures.
Julie Delpy’s latest comedy sees her join forces with audience favourite Dany Boon (Welcome to the Sticks, Superchondriac) and fresh-faced comedian Vincent Lacoste (Hippocrates) for a familial game of cat and mouse. When 40-something single mother Violette (Delpy) is holidaying in the Basque country with her best friend Ariane (the always politically incorrect Karin Viard), she embarks on a love affair with local IT nerd Jean-René (Dany Boon).
Samuel Benchetrit delivers a rather unexpected ode to solidarity with his fifth feature. Selected for the Special Screenings programme at the 2015 Cannes International Film Festival, Macadam Stories presents three portraits of a run-down French housing project’s inhabitants, explored with a gloomy and bewitching palette.
This topical drama is the story of two West African migrants’ journey to Europe. Ayiva (Koudous Seihon) has left his home in Burkina Faso in search of a way to provide for his sister and his daughter. Taking advantage of his position in an illegal smuggling operation, he arranges to get himself and his best friend Abas (Alassane Sy) off the continent.
Adapted from the novel by David Foenkinos, this touching intergenerational comedy-drama is Jean-Paul Rouve’s (Those Happy Days) fifth feature as director. Sixty-two-year-old Michel (Michel Blanc, Les Bronzés) has just lost his father and is retiring from a 40-year career working for the French postal service. When his mother Madeleine (Annie Cordy, Crime is our Business) falls and hurts herself in her Paris apartment, Michel and his two brothers decide to take her to a retirement home.
Groovy filmmaker Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Mood Indigo) returns with an original coming-of-age road movie. Microbe (Dargent) is a shy and frail boy, often lost in his drawings. Gasoline (Baquet) is a smart, inventive kid, who always has his hands in engines.
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Following Polisse (Jury Prize – 2011 Cannes International Film Festival), Maïwenn’s latest directorial offering Mon Roi is another honest and powerful story. At the center of Mon Roi is a passionate and destructive relationship that unfolds over a decade.
Once Upon a Forest is Luc Jacquet’s follow-up to his Oscar® winning hit, March of the Penguins. Using ultrapowerful telephoto and macro lenses, breathtaking aerial shots, camera equipped drones, and delicate animation, Jacquet gives us a unique vision of a pristine ecosystem at work.
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In this classy reimagining of Claude Berri’s classic film One Wild Moment, two middle-aged men go on a summer holiday with their teenage daughters. Strict rules and boredom for the two girls lead to a complicated liaison that needs to be kept secret – but the truth will come out, with alarming consequences.
Based on the award-winning series of graphic novels by Camille Jourdy, Julien Rappeneau’s enchanting directorial debut Rosalie Blum is a warm, witty and impeccably performed comedy about a random encounter that has unexpected and far-reaching consequences. Thirty-something Vincent Machot (indelibly played by Kyan Khojandi) is a hairdresser, like his father before him.
Alex (Alex Lutz) and Jeff (Bruno Sanches) are coworkers at a major multinational corporation and have been best friends since high school. With their respective wives, Carole and Cécile (beautifully played by Marivin and Lamy), they’re almost like a family, making their way steadily through life with no great ambitions.
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God exists! He (Poelvoorde) lives in Brussels with his wife (Moreau) and daughter, Ea (Groyne), and He’s a real jerk to them both. He lives in an apartment and spends most of his time in a giant office where he controls the world through an old computer. His son, JC, whom you may have heard of, made his escape long ago.
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Ivan Calbérac’s screen adaptation of his smash hit Parisian play is sure to delight all generations. Mr Henri (played by the iconic Claude Brasseur) is now too old to live on his own. When his introverted bourgeois son Paul (Tonquédec) offers to rent the spare bedroom to a student, Henri reluctantly accepts and lets Constance (Noémie Schmidt) move in.
Michel (Bruno Podalydès) is in his fifties. Happily married to Rachel (the talented Sandrine Kiberlain) and working as a graphic designer in his brother’s company, he has always been passionate about the French airmail service but never learned to pilot the planes he so admired.
Jacques Arnault (Vincent Lindon) is the head of an NGO that plans on rescuing 300 orphans from an African country torn by war. Having settled in their camp, the team’s enthusiasm soon decreases when the plane they’ve rented from local go-between Xavier (Reda Kated, Hippocrates – Festival 2016) to visit local villages breaks down.
Veteran filmmaker Claude Lelouch (A Man and a Woman, Les Misérables) offers a melodic love story, with an Indian flavour. World-famous composer Antoine Abeilard (Academy Award® winner Jean Dujardin) travels to India to write the score of new version of Romeo and Juliette.
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During the Second World War, the small town of Villeneuve, in the East of France, falls under Nazi occupation. The community has to live in a world where patterns are disrupted, a world of fear and danger. In the two first episodes of this award-winning historical series, we observe the lives of the Schwartz, Germain, and Crémieux families on the 12th and 24th of June 1940, just as the Germans arrive and implement a new order.
Two of French cinema’s greatest stars – remarkably, sharing the screen for the first time in over 30 years – unite for this haunting and moving tale of love, loss, memory and the mystical, which received its world premiere in Official Competition at the 2015 Cannes International Film Festival.
Gus is a young and fearful yellowbird whose encounter with dying migrating bird Darius will change the course of his life. In this tale of friendship and courage, Gus will have to lead a group of fellow winged heroes to Africa, avoiding ‘iron birds’ and other ecological threats.
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Set six or eight or twelve years after the Civil War, a stagecoach hurtles through the wintry Wyoming landscape. The passengers, bounty hunter John Ruth (Kurt Russell) and his fugitive Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh), race towards the town of Red Rock where Ruth, known in these parts as 'The Hangman,' will bring Domergue to justice.
The story of Allan 'Swampy' Marsh and his Maremma dog Oddball. Swampy convinced local authorities to allow Oddball to protect a colony of Little Penguins on Middle Island from wild cats and dogs. Oddball succeeds in his campaign and becomes a front runner for Maremma dogs being used to protect other endangered Australian wildlife.
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Spotlight tells the gripping true story of a team of Boston Globe reporters who launch a fearless investigation into child abuse allegations against the Catholic Church. What they eventually uncover is a shocking citywide scandal; almost ninety priests guilty but never convicted, legal settlements done in private, and a systematic cover-up of the abuse by church leadership.