THE Regent Centre in Christchurch has The Dark Knight Rises on screen from tomorrow, Saturday 11th August through to Monday 20th.
Already second only to Titanic as the most successful movie of all time in America, the film has Bournemouth-raised Christian Bale as Batman.
It is eight years since Batman took the blame for DA Harvey Dent's crimes but now the city that disowned him is under threat from a new super terrorist, Bane. The Dark Knight must return to save Gotham City even though the authorities still consider him to be a criminal mastermind. Christian Bale is back as the Caped Crusader with Anne Hathaway purring as everyone's favourite leather-clad siren, Cat Woman and the wonderful Michael Caine as Alfred the butler. The all star cast also includes multiple Oscar and BAFTA winners: Liam Neeson, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Marion Cotillard with Tom Hardy as Batman's fearsome nemesis, Bane.
It is being hailed as the best Batman movie ever – but not one for chiroptophobes.
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Next Wednesday and Thursday 15th and 16th August, the Hub in Verwood is showing Happy Feet Two, the delightful follow up with more adventures from Mumble, his son Eric, of course Ramon and this time some Russian rock gods, as well as a couple of krill swimming against the pack!
This week's films at Poole's Lighthouse Cinema are The Hunter and Friends with Kids, both on from today, Friday to next Thursday 16th August.
The Hunter stars Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill and Frances O'Connor in what is described as a haunting and thought-provoking allegory of man's destructive relationship with nature.
Friends with Kids was written by, stars and is directed by Jennifer Westfeldt. Also in the cast are the handsomest man in the world, Jon Hamm from Madmen, and Kristen Wiig.
Two friends, with no romantic interest in each other, decide to have a baby together and to share the child rearing, avoiding the disastrous effects that children seem to have on the romantic lives of their married or co-habiting parents. Sounds perfect ...
Friends with Kids is also on at the Tivoli in Wimborne, today (Friday) and tomorrow, and from Monday to Wednesday next week.
Starting today, Friday, at the Rex in Wareham is The Amazing Spider-Man, on for seven days. Andrew Garfield stars at Peter Parker, developing superpowers in his struggle with Dr Connors aka The Lizard (Rhys Ifans) in this latest adventure in the franchise.
From next Monday 13th to Thursday 16th August, the Rex will have matinee advance screenings of Brave, the latest Disney/Pixar animation set in a mythical Scotland, with the voices of Billy Connoly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters and Robbie Coltrane. The film continues in the evenings from next Friday 17th August for 14 days.
This week's films at the Odeon in Salisbury, showing from today Friday to Thursday 16th August, are The Dark Knight Rises, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Dr Seuss - The Lorax, Ice Age - Continental Drift, Ted, Brave and Step Up.
There are advance screenings of The Bourne Legacy from next Monday to Thursday, and an early chance to see Expendables 2 on Thursday only.
The Odeon Kids film, from today to next Wednesday 14th August at 11am, is Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists, and the Senior Screen film next Wednesday at 11am is The Lucky One.