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Dallas Buyers Club (15) Wed 2 April 11am 6.15pm

Philomena (12A)

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Wed 9 April 2.30pm & 6.15pm Judi Dench stars as a mother searching for her illegitimate son, taken from her when she served in one of Ireland’s notorious convents in the ’50s. Based on real life events, the comedic, sharp and heartfelt script was partly written by co-star Steve Coogan.

Based on the incredible true story of Texan rodeo cowboy Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) and his battle with the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies after being diagnosed as HIV-positive in 1986. With Jennifer Garner (Juno) as his sympathetic doctor and Jared Leto (Fight Club) as Rayon, a transgender woman.

Frozen Sing-Along (PG)

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Sat 12 April 10.30am & 2.30pm

Empire, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Total Film

The Lego Movie (U) (2D) Sat 5 April 10.30am & 2.30pm Wed 9 April 11am

A star-studded cast including Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson and Will Arnett lend their vocal talents to this madcap and highly entertaining adventure. Emmet (Chris Pratt) is an ordinary Lego figure, but a case of mistaken identity tasks him with saving Legoland from the dastardly Lord Business (Will Ferrell).

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I, Superbiker – The War For Four (15) Sat 12 April 7.30pm

The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Empire, Time Out

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In this sparkling re-telling of Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen, a fearless princess (voiced by Kristen Bell, Veronica Mars) must save her kingdom from eternal winter. Follow the bouncing snowflake and belt out your favourite numbers in this special version of the Oscar-winning animation, with on screen lyrics.

The Core at Corby Cube

Ticket Line: 01536 470 470  www.thecorecorby.com

A documentary narrated by Murray Walker, which follows six riders in the 2013 British Superbike championship as they compete for glory at death-defying speeds. Featuring reigning champion Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne and former champion Ryuichi Kiyonari as well as British star Alex Lowes, Josh Brookes, James Ellison and Tommy Bridewell.


The Invisible Woman (15) Wed 16 April 11am Sat 19 April 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Ralph Fiennes directs and stars in this adaptation of the award-winning book by Claire Tomalin, telling of the rocky relationship between writer Charles Dickens and his secret mistress Nelly Ternan (Felicity Jones).

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The Guardian, Empire, Daily Telegraph, Little White Lies

The Wolf Of Wall Street (18)

NT Live: King Lear (12A)

Under The Skin (15)

We are thrilled to now offer NT Live screenings at The Core, transmitted directly from the stages of the most sought after theatre productions. Our excellent equipment will ensure a top quality cinematic and theatrical experience all at once. The first of these screenings, broadcast live from the National Theatre in London, is of Shakespeare’s King Lear, directed by Academy Award-winner Sam Mendes (American Beauty) and starring Simon Russell Beale.

An eerie, dreamlike and visually compelling sci-fi horror from Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast, Birth). Scarlett Johansson plays a striking and predatory brunette, combing the Scottish highways for lonely men to lure back to her mysterious lair.

Escape From Planet Earth (U)

Muppets Most Wanted (U)

Thu 1 May 7pm (LB)

Sat 26 April 2.30pm & 7.30pm Martin Scorsese’s adaptation of the bestselling story of a real-life rogue trader Jordan Belfort, (Leonardo DiCaprio). After losing his Wall Street job in the crash of 1987, Belfort is soon inspired by dodgy dealership and goes into business by himself manipulating the finance market and spending millions on his decadent lifestyle.

Wed 7 May 6.15pm

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The Book Thief (12A ) Wed 30 April 11am

The Monuments Men (12A)

Wed 16 April 2.30pm & 6.15pm An unlikely WW2 platoon embark on a seemingly impossible mission to rescue artistic masterpieces from the clutches of the Nazis. George Clooney directs the wisecracking crew both on and off-screen, serving as director to his fellow cast played by Bill Murray, John Goodman, Matt Damon and Cate Blanchett.

, 2.30pm & 6.15pm

A life-affirming story of survival and of the resilience of the human spirit, based on the international bestselling book. It tells the story of Liesel, a courageous young girl who finds escape from the horrors of the WW2 by stealing books and sharing them with others, including Max, a Jewish refugee hiding in their home.

Sat 3 April 10.30 am

When aliens are held captive on Earth by an evil general in this crazy animated family comedy, it’s down to an unlikely cast of heroes to rescue them. This colourful, fast-moving animation features and amazing voice cast that includes Sarah Jessica Parker and Ricky Gervais.

HOP (U)

Sat 10 May 10.30am & 2.30pm

Kermit is replaced by an evil double in this hilarious sequel. After the success of The Muppets, the whole gang set off on a celebratory world tour but what they don’t suspect is that their tour manager Dominic Badguy (Ricky Gervais) is the sidekick of evil criminal mastermind, Constantine, the world’s most dangerous frog.

Sat 19 April 10.30am A rabbit destined to be the Easter Bunny, dreams of becoming a rock star drummer but when he meets Fred, an out-of-work slacker, the two encounter a series of hilarious mishaps and misadventures, and in the end help each other recognize the importance of family.

Tinker Bell And The Pirate Fairy (U) Sat 26 April 10.30 am

In this swashbuckling animated adventure, Tinker Bell’s world is turned upside down after a wayward fairy (Christina Hendricks) steals important Blue Pixie Dust and joins a pirate crew, led by the future Captain Hook (Tom Hiddleston).

20 Feet From Stardom (12A)

Thu 1 May 11am & 2.30pm

The Oscar-nominated US box office sensation, 20 Feet From Stardom is a celebration of the unknown voices behind music’s most recognisable hits. A marvellously uplifting movie no music fan should miss.

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“JOYOUS, SPECTACULAR, TUNEFUL, TOUCHING AND THOUGHTFUL” Empire

The Grand Budapest Hotel (15) Sat 3 May 2.30pm & 7.30pm Wed 7 May 11am & 2.30pm

The latest offering by director Wes Anderson, the film centres around a hotel and its colourful cast of eccentric staff and guests. When the concierge (Ralph Fiennes) is bequeathed a priceless painting, the suspicions of local detective Henckels (Edward Norton) are aroused.

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Gravity (12A)

“THE MOST INTENSELY PLEASURABLE CURTAIN-RAISER IN RECENT HISTORY “ Daily Telegraph

A medical engineer (Sandra Bullock) and an astronaut (George Clooney) work together to survive after an accident leaves them adrift in space in this visually stunning drama from director Alfonso Cuarón.

Sat 10 May 7.30pm

Winner of seven Oscars.

HHHHH Daily Telegraph, Total Film


Yves Saint Laurent (15)

The Zero Theorem (15)

Pierre Niney takes the title role in this lavish biopic of the great French couturier. The film begins in the late fifties, when he met Pierre Berge (Guillaume Gallienne) his lover and business partner. Together they battle the young designer’s personal demons whilst building an empire that would be renowned worldwide.

The final film in Terry Gilliam’s trilogy (Brazil, 12 Monkeys) sees a troubled genius searching for the meaning of life when he is set to work on Zero Theorem, a complex formula that is hoped will reveal the purpose of human existence. To keep him on track, Management (Matt Damon) send him a seductive companion (Melanie Thierry).

Wed 14 May 11am & 2.30pm

Sat 17 May 7.30pm

In French with English subtitles

Labor Day (12A)

The Past (12A)

Wed 14 May 6.15pm

Wed 21 May 11am

Asghar Farhadi’s follow-up to his award-winning A Separation revisits themes of complex family relationships, love and secrets. Marie (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) hopes for a civilised divorce from her absentee husband, but their plans go awry when her daughter reveals a shocking truth.

Josh Brolin plays Frank, an escaped convict who convinces reclusive single mother Adele (Kate Winslet) and her son to take him into their home over the Labor Day weekend. What begins as a frightening hostage scenario soon changes into a more complex relationship as Frank becomes a much needed father figure.

In French with English subtitles

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Big Scream! Screenings are exclusively for those with babies under one year old where noise is no concern. No baby, no entry! Babies go free. Dallas Buyers Club (15) Wed 2 April 11am The Invisible Woman (15) Wed 16 April 11am The Book Thief (12A) Wed 30 April 11am The Grand Budapest Hotel (15) Wed 7 May 11am Labor Day (12A) Wed 21 May 11am

The Corby Cube, George Street, Corby, NN17 1QG

Ticket Line: 01536 470 470  www.thecorecorby.com

, 2.30pm & 6.15pm

Adults: £6.50 Concessions: £4.50  Family Ticket £20 (4 tickets, max.2 adults) Big Scream!   £6.50 baby goes free Orange Wednesdays   2 for 1 all day, cheapest goes free Live Broadcasts (LB) £13 Concessions £11 Child £9 To sign up to receive our cinema e-newsletter when new films are announced please email cinema@thecorecorby.com

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