HOYTS Riccarton is 7 screen cinema complex with 3D capabilities and an Xtremescreen.
When a misunderstood dust-keeper fairy named Zarina steals Pixie Hollow's all-important Blue Pixie Dust and flies away to join forces with the pirates of Skull Rock, Tinker Bell and her fairy friends must embark on the adventure of a lifetime to return it to its rightful place.
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Following the unprecedented success of the 50th anniversary special in cinemas around the globe, BBC Worldwide is delighted to announce a unique big-screen opportunity for the special feature-length first episode of series 8 launching Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor.
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Stunning animation and epic new villains highlight the first new Dragon Ball Z feature film in 17 years! Beerus, the God of Destruction, travels to Earth in search of a good fight. Only Goku, humanity’s greatest hero, can ascend to the level of a Super Saiyan God and stop Beerus’s rampage!
Join the world’s biggest band on stage from the Italian leg of their record breaking tour. Filmed live at the iconic San Siro Stadium, Milan, this stunning and exclusive 75 minute concert film also features an additional never before seen 15 minute cinema segment filmed with the boys themselves.
Like always, Postman Pat is happily going about his duty delivering letters and parcels around the fictional town of Greendale. One day, auditions for the TV talent show, "You're the One", are held in Greendale, which Pat manages to pass. With Pat required to be away from Greendale whilst participating in the contest, various Patbot 3000 robots are deployed to take Pat's postal duties. This soon turns out to be an evil plot to take over the world, which Pat must now stop.
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Australian transplant Eve is a gifted singer/songwriter undergoing treatment for depression. Singing your heart out clearly offers therapy no clinic can provide. James, an aspiring singer too, sabotaged less by his delicate physique than by his own pithily proclaimed high standards. He’s thunderstruck when his new friend Eve threatens to live up to them.
Notoriously, ear-splittingly loud, underground Christchurch band Into the Void has been laying down Black Sabbath-inspired riffage for more than 20 years. Margaret Gordon’s lively and eccentric documentary introduces us to the band’s original members: guitarist Jason Greig, sound artist Paul Sutherland, drummer Mark Whyte and vocalist Ronnie van Hout.
Adapted from a French graphic novel, the film is set in a dystopian near-future where the last surviving humans have taken refuge in a train forever circling the planet. The lower classes, forcibly segregated in the slum-like back end of the train, start an uprising and fight their way to the front to seize control of the train from their tyrannical elite.
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A tale of suicidal 30-something twins coming to each other’s rescue. Milo, a gay wannabe actor at the end of his rope in Los Angeles. Kristen Wiig is a dental technician in small-town NY State, married to the world’s most upbeat, understanding guy.
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The film spans 20 years, from Saint Laurent’s arrival at Dior, a fashion house he would go on to direct when barely 21 years old, to the founding of his own YSL label; from dazzling inspiration to the debilitating strain of designing four collections a year.