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April 15 - 2014

KAIPARA LIFESTYLER

A catch at Pahi

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DARGAVILLE’S BRAND NEW CINEMA

THE ANZAC THEATRE AT THE WAR MEMORIAL TOWN HALL, HOKIANGA ROAD

Phone: 09 439 8997 after 10am to book tickets For further information go to www.flicks.co.nz

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

★ New films this week EVENING

NIGHT

NOAH (M) 5.30PM

DIVERGENT (M) 8.00PM

RIO 2 (G) 2.30PM

DIVERGENT (M) 5.00PM

NOAH (M) 8.00PM

MUPPETS MOST WANTED (G) 3.00PM

THE MONUMENTS MEN (M) 5.30PM

DIVERGENT (M) 8.00PM

THE MONUMENTS MEN (M) 3.00PM

THU 17/4 ★ ★ THE LEGO MOVIE (PG) 12.00PM

FRI 18/4

Week of 17th Apr – 23rd Apr

SAT 19/4

RIO 2 (G) 12.30PM

SUN 20/4

MUPPETS MOST WANTED (G) 12.00PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (PG) 2.30PM

NOAH (M) 5.00PM

THE MONUMENTS MEN (M) 8.00PM

MON 21/4

THE LEGO MOVIE (PG) 11.30AM

RIO 2 (G) 2.00PM

DIVERGENT (M) 4.30PM

NOAH (M) 7.30PM

TUE 22/4

MUPPETS MOST WANTED (G) 10.30AM

THE LEGO MOVIE (PG) 1.00PM

THE SELFISH GIANT (R13) 3.30PM

WED 23/4

RIO 2 (G) 10.30AM

MUPPETS MOST WANTED (G) 1.00PM

WADJDA (M) 3.30PM

Adult $13.50

Senior (65+) $11.50

Student $11.50 w/ID

p Pahi Regatta Club stalwart Justin Healey was among the successful anglers at the club’s newly introduced fishing contest last weekend. The event attracted some 50 fishers from around the Kaipara, with some good catches weighed in. Justin’s 5.3kg snapper took out second prize for the species. Fine weather saw boats range over a wide area of the harbour as well as the Graveyard off Pouto.

Teens Walk for Life

Child $8.50

Noah

The Monuments Men

The biblical epic comes to life in this gritty interpretation of Noah’s story - the holy man who built an ark to survive God’s punishment of a sinful world. Though the subject material is familiar to almost all who have ever opened a Bible, this retelling adds a new dimension through its sometimes controversial portrayal of the ancient Jewish patriarch and his family.

A World War Two action romp with a twist of comedy, in the style of Hogan’s Heroes, following a crack team of... art historians? Yes, that’s right - the men who are sent in to reclaim the stolen art treasures of Hitler’s Third Reich, portrayed by the best actors of their generation, and supplied with a script that’s weapons-grade clever and funny.

Rio 2

Divergent

Feisty parrot Blu goes from the streets of Rio to the deepest jungles of the Amazon on a mission to face his fears... and meet his inlaws! Join Blu, Jewel and their three kids on an epic adventure into the wilderness, with plenty of laughs and excitement for young and old.

Futuristic sci-fi action in the same vein as the best-selling Hunger Games series another adaptation of a trilogy of novels set in a dystopian future, where the overthrow of a corrupt ruling order falls to some specially talented, tough and resourceful young freedom fighters.

Muppets Most Wanted

The Selfish Giant

When a wicked Kermit the Frog lookalike perpetrates a big jewel heist, the real Kermit and his troupe of entertainers are dragged into a madcap chase across Europe. Will the famous green entertainer, Miss Piggy, Animal, Gonzo and the gang unmask the real criminals and save the day?

Two teenage boys who have been excluded from school team up to collect scrap metal for an eccentric local, using his horse and cart to help turn trash into cash. But their friendship is fraught with tension, and events culminate in a tragedy which changes the lives of all three forever.

The Lego Movie

Wadjda

A story with blocks that rocks! When an evil super-genius plans to super-glue the lego universe into permanent stasis, it’s up to an ordinary construction worker to save the day. Featuring a cast of oneinch superheroes and enough plastic bricks to build an entire city, this is great fun for anyone who has ever owned the iconic Danish construction set.

This much-awaited film is the first fully Saudi Arabian feature film ever, and surprisingly for this very orthodox nation it has been directed by a woman, the talented Haifaa Al Monsour. See what the international cinema establishment is raving about as this beautiful and artistically composed tale unfolds.

p A group of 20 Otamatea High School students raised more than $2,000 for the Cancer Society by walking for a whole day. They walked around the Maungaturoto Country Club from 5pm on Friday April 4 to 5pm on Saturday. Parents, staff and fellow students came along to support them through the wee small hours. Around midnight the walkers put on pyjamas, even though there were no warm beds for them to climb into. By 5pm there were lots of blisters and sore feet. But the result made all the pain worth it.

Cody’s a winner!  The winner of our big hamper draw this year is Cody Preston, who visited all of the stores featured, in person to collect the words needed to enter. With a vast array of prizes in the hamper, we’re sure Cody is happy to share some of them (like the sparkling wine pictured here) with his parents and siblings. The young winner was most impressed with the Fox branded cap donated to our hamper by Dargaville Honda — he’s a big fan of extreme MX who now looks the part! Congratulations!

Kaipara Lifestyler, April 15 2014  

Kaipara's only regional community newspaper. 10,000 copies delivered FREE throughout the Kaipara: Dargaville, Ruawai, Paparoa, Matakohe, Mau...

Kaipara Lifestyler, April 15 2014  

Kaipara's only regional community newspaper. 10,000 copies delivered FREE throughout the Kaipara: Dargaville, Ruawai, Paparoa, Matakohe, Mau...