Northern News : February 9th 2011
23 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 9, 2011 SPORT MOVIES SHOWING Rating THUFEB10 FRIFEB11 SATFEB12 SUNFEB13 MONFEB14 TUEFEB15 WEDFEB16 THE KING'S SPEECH M 5.30PM 8.30PM 7.30PM 8.30PM 5.30PM 2.15PM 5.30PM THE GREEN HORNET M 5.00PM 5.00PM YOGI BEAR G 2.30PM TANGLED PG 2.15PM BURLESQUE M 8.30PM 5.30PM 4.45PM 5.30pm 8.30PM 8.30PM THE LAST PARADISE G 8.30PM 7.45PM WILD TARGET M 5.30PM 7.45PM 2.30PM 2.30PM 5.00PM 7.45PM 6.30PM 5.15PM 8.00PM 2.45PM 5.45PM 8.45PM 27 Hobson Avenue, Kerikeri FULLY AIR CONDITIONED • (09) 407-4428 www.cathaycinemas.co.nz Open 7 Days: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner Great Co ee & Wine Bar FOR FILM FESTIVAL SCREENINGS REFER SEPARATE ADVERTISMENT SPECIAL VALENTINES DAY SCREENING OF THE ROMANTIC COMEDY "LOVE BIRDS" MONDAY 8.30PM BOOKINGS NOW OPEN COMING SOON BLACK SWAN & TRUE GRIT Movie/Meal Deals $32 BOOKINGS essential ph: 09 407 9121 CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS 27 Hobson Avenue, Kerikeri FULLY AIR CONDITIONED • (09) 407-4428 w w w.cathaycinemas.co.nz 2011 Kerikeri Film Festival Celebrating 75 Years at the Cathay Cinema MATARIKI (NZ) R13 92mins Thurs Feb 10 6.00pm & Sat Feb 12 8.15pm How one act of violence can affect 8 people LOVE CRIMES (France) M 106 mins Thur Feb 10 8.15pm Remorseless tale of office politics WINTER'S BONE (USA) R13 100 mins Mon Feb 11 6.00pm Dramatic ode to tough persistence goodness THE WHOLE OF HER LIFE (Italy) R16 116 mins Wed Feb 11 8.15pm Witty satire set in Italian call centre THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNETS' NEST (Sweden) R16 147 mins Wed Feb 9, 8.15pm & Sat Feb 12 2.00pm Final instalment in the Millennium series. THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT (USA) R16 104 mins Fri Feb 12 6.00 pm The sensation of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival LA DANSE (France) Exempt 158mins Feb 13 2.00pm The Paris Opera & Ballet. Documentary SOUTH SOLITARY (Australia) M 121 mins Sun Feb 13 6.00pm & Mon Feb 14 7.30pm A woman is stationed at a remote lighthouse. GLORIOUS 39 (UK) M 129 mins Sun Feb 13 8.15pm Conspiracy thriller set in 1939 England WAGNER & ME (UK) Exempt 90 mins Tues Feb 15 6.00pm & Feb 16 2.00pm The life of Wagner presented by Stephen Fry DESERT FLOWER (UK) R16 120 mins Tues Feb 15 8.15pm True story of a girl from Somalia journey to high fashion TANGAROIA WATER WHISPERERS (NZ) Exempt 78 mins Wed Feb 16 6.00pm 10 NZ communities working at healing local waterway. LADIES & GENTLEMEN THE ROLLING STONES (USA) 90 mins Wed Feb 16 8.15pm Legendary 1972 US tour by the stones From Shanghai and Sao Paulo to Mumbai and Rome and venues around the world, U.S. based MASS Ensemble. Returning to play an exclusive New Zealand engagement at The Centre at Kerikeri. Step inside the instrument, as MASS's signature invention, the Earth Harp, the world's largest stringed instrument, literally transforms The Centre into a musical instrument. The Earth Harp, Drum Orb, Aquatar and classical, with dance, visual arts, architecture, sculpture, and fashion to create a show that electrifies and inspires audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Come see what Kerikeri audiences have been raving about since their performance in 2006. MASS truly is a new design in music. The Centre Kerikeri Saturday 19 & Sunday 20. February 2011 Cocktails at 7.00pm Performances at 7.30pm Tickets: $65---Adults $50---Students/Children 16 and under Tickets available from The Centre 43 Cobham Road Kerikeri. Contact: (09) 407 0260 3455102AA Family Fun Day Free Entry Sat 19th February 2011 Bay Sports Grounds Harmony Lane Waipapa Fun & Entertainment for all helicopter rides, bands, magician food stalls, raffles, bouncy castle Project of Waipapa & Districts Lions Advert kindly sponsored by The Bay Chronicle Always ring cinema for day to day session times Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE COMING SOON: Burlesque (M), The Green Hornet (M) YOGI BEAR (G) Thurs 10th 6.15pm. Fri 11th 6.15pm. Sat 12th 2.15pm, 6.15pm. Sun 13th 2.15pm, 6.15pm. Wed 16th 6.15pm. MEGAMIND (PG) Thurs 10th 6pm. Sat 12th 6pm. Sun 13th 6pm. LIT TLE FOCKERS: MEET THE PARENTS (PG) Sun 13th 8.15pm. THE DILEMMA (M) Thurs 10th 2.15pm. Fri 11th 8pm. Sun 13th 8pm. TANGLED (PG) Fri 11st 6pm. Sun 13th 2pm. Wed 16th 6pm. MORNING GLORY (M) Thurs 10th 2pm. Sat 12th 8pm. Wed 16th 8pm. UNSTOPPABLE (M) Thurs 10th 8.15pm. Fri 11th 8.15pm. Sat 12th 2pm. Wed 16th 8.15pm. THE TOURIST (M) Thurs 10th 8pm. Sat 12th 8.15pm. Sun 13th 8.15pm. Blues win against Hurricanes Blues keep their cool: victory in Kerikeri against the Hurricanes. Following a win against the Highlanders in Bal- clutha, the Blues secured two from two with a score of 33-22 over the Hurricanes in Kerikeri last weekend. The Blues, featuring 11 All Blacks, went 24-0 up through tries by Chris Lowrey, Benson Stanley and Jared Payne. The Hurricanes managed to narrow the deficit to 27-10 at halftime. How- ever, Luke McAlister's try in the second period ensured victory for the Blues before winger Jul- ian Savea scored two late consolation tries to take the final score to 33-22. Blues head coach Pat Lam was pleased with the result. It was a great way to top off our week-long camp in Northland but it's back to work next week and we build towards the Chiefs game and again look to make improvements,'' he told the Blues website. Kids offered a go at many different sports for expo A great day of family fun is guaranteed at the Kidz Sportz Expo 2011. On March 12 at Lindvart Park in Kai- kohe from 10am to 4pm, sport games for kids will be held. Netball, soccer, league, touch, hockey, unicy- cling, rugby, softball, tennis, boxing, taekwon do and aerobics will be lined up for a day of sporting fun. Kids aged from 5 to 15 are invited to come along with their family to try out these sports. There is no entry fee but the codes will be fundraising by selling foods such as fried bread, pies, sandwiches, bur- gers, American hotdogs and sausage sizzles. Drinks will also be available so bring a few dollars to buy lunch. Kids who arrive at 10am can collect a par- ticipation card from the Sport Northland tent. Those who get eight stamps on their card will go into the draw to win a prize at 3pm. Also available in the pavilion upstairs will be a sports store with gear available to buy for all sporting needs. Put this family day on your calendar and see you all at the park.
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