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Films showing from Friday, March 8 to Thursday, March 14.

HARROGATE ODEON

NEW! Oz: The Great And Powerful 2D (PG)

(2h 10m) Fri: 15:00, 18:00. Sat-Sun: 12:00, 15:00, 18:00. Mon-Thu: 15:00, 18:00.

Inspired by the original novel, rather than the classic Judy Garland film, Disney’s visually spectacular new fantasy adventure is centred on Oscar Diggs (James Franco), a small-time circus magician with dubious ethics, who is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz.

NEW! Oz: The Great And Powerful 3D (PG)

(2h 10m) Fri: 14:00, 17:00, 20:00. Sat-Sun: 11:00, 14:00, 17:00, 20:00. Mon-Thu: 14:00, 17:00, 20:00.

NEW! Side Effects (15)

(1h 46m) Fri-Sat: 15:00, 17:40, 20:20. Sun: 14:15, 17:40, 20:20. Mon-Thu: 15:00, 17:40, 20:20.

Director Steven Soderbergh says this plot-twisting thriller will be his final film and, if so, it’s a good way to go - concerning a young woman’s (Rooney Mara) whose use of prescription medication has terrible consequences for those around her. Also starring Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Safe Haven (12A)

(1h 55m) Fri-Thu: 15:25, 20:30.

A Good Day To Die Hard (12A)

(1h 37m) Fri-Thu: 20:55.

Argo (15)

(2h) Fri-Thu: 18:05.

Les Miserables (12A)

(2h 30m) Fri-Thu: 16:40, 20:10.

Lincoln (12A)

(2h 30m) Fri-Sat: 13:30. Mon-Thu: 13:30.

Song For Marion (PG)

(1h 33m) Fri-Thu: 13:10.

Wreck-it Ralph 2D (PG)

(1h 41m) Sat-Sun: 12:25.

Wreck-it Ralph 3D (PG)

(1h 41m) Sat-Sun: 10:10.

FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!

Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino (U)

(1h 47m) Sun: 15:00.

ODEON KIDS

Rio 2D (U)

(1h 36m) Sat-Sun: 10:00.

SENIOR SCREEN

Great Expectations (12A)

(2h 09m) Tue: 10:30.

NEWBIES

Wreck-it Ralph 2D (PG)

(1h 41m) Tue: 11:00.

RUDDING PARK

Food & Flicks Meal + film at The Clocktower

The Five Year Engagement (15) Mon & Wed: 20:00.

For details call 01423 871350

WETHERBY FILM THEATRE

Hyde Park on Hudson (12A)

(1h 35m) Fri-Sun: 19:30. Mon: 14:30, 19:30. Tue-Thu: 19:30.

The story of the love affair between Franklin D. Roosevelt (Bill Murray) and his distant cousin Margaret Stuckley (Laura Linney), centered around the weekend in 1939 when the King and Queen of the Great Britain (Samuel West & Olivia Colman) visited upstate New York.

RITZ CINEMA, THIRSK

Zero Dark Thirty (15)

(2h 37m) Fri-Thu: 19:30.

Thriller from the Oscar-winning director, Kathryn Bigelow The Hurt Locker) which follows the CIA’s 10 year hunt for Osama bin Laden.