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Omniplex Belfast, Kennedy Centre SC

09 October - 15 October

Title Times

Everest (2015)

14:30FM-Th, 17:20FM-Th, 20:40

Hotel Transylvania 2

13:30SS, 16:00SS, 18:30SS

Inside Out

12:00SS, 14:10, 16:30



Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

14:20, 17:30


12:15SS, 13:45FM-Th, 16:00FM-Th

Minions Autism Friendly


Miss You Already

18:45, 21:20


13:00SS, 15:15SS, 17:45SS


14:00, 17:00nM


18:15FM-Th, 20:50

The Intern

18:30M, 20:20nM, 21:10M

The Martian

14:30, 17:30, 20:30

The Martian 3D

15:00FM-Th, 18:05FM-Th, 21:00

The Walk

14:20, 17:15, 20:10

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The Daily Ten

  • Colin Farrell opens up on the single life

    Colin Farrell opened up on being single for the past six years on tonight's Late Late Show.

  • Brendan says Domnhall won't talk about Star Wars

    Brendan Gleeson says that his son Domnhall won't tell him anything about his upcoming role in Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.

  • Shane Filan says Westlife kept it clean

    Shane Filan says that Louis Walsh kept them on the straight and narrow during the Westlife days, saying he was "very strict".

  • Bieber bigs up the Boys in Green after win

    Following their epic 1-0 triumph over world champions Germany at the Aviva Stadium last night, the Ireland team celebrated by belting out Justin Bieber's hit 'What Do You Mean' - and their win didn't go unnoticed by the man himself.

  • How Dench and Jeremy Irons scandalised Ireland

    A new TG4 film will look back on the year that two bastions of the English acting establishment scandalised southern Kilkenny with a film about a mature German student and three reclusive spinster sisters .

  • Keywest busk to the top of the Irish charts

    It seems that Keywest's brush with the law and the ensuing publicity has done them no harm - they've leaped to the top of the Irish charts their new album Joyland.

  • TEN's TV picks for Friday, October 9

    Colin Farrell and Nigel Farage are on tonight's Late Late; Beeb Four continues its story of indie music; and there's a special celebrity version of Googlebox on Channel 4 - here's our top telly for tonight.

  • Film review: Sicario *****

    Denis Villeneuve's nervy thriller about the US war on drugs runs on pure adrenalin. It's set in a moral abyss where nothing or no one is as they seem

  • Colin Farrell admits he didn't get Lobster movie

    Colin Farrell mingled with fans on the carpet thing at the Dublin premiere of his quirky new movie, The Lobster on Thursday night. Though he admits the script was initially a bit of a head scratcher.

  • Movie Review: Suffragette **

    This rather safe, solid drama recalls the Suffragette struggle of early 1900s England, through the story of one woman, a laundry girl, played by Carey Mulligan. It is no more or less exciting than a reliable Dickens TV adaptation.