English Movie Times and Tickets for Jan 2 – Jan 3

English Movie Times and Tickets for Jan 2 – Jan 3
Звездные войны: Пробуждение силы

When the first trailer was released, there was much discussion about how it appeared to be getting back to the “grubbiness” (“dirty transporters, second-hand rockets, things that broke”) of Episode IV, rather than the CGI cleanliness of Episodes I-III. British TV star Phill Jupitus revealed in an interview that he “met an effects bloke in Essex, he drinks in my local coffee shop. He said [the makers of the new film] bought every gas-bottled air gun in England when they arrived because they wanted the Stormtroopers’ guns to have a kick when they fired them. You don’t have to fake it; it looks real.
JAN 2   10.40   15.40   18.25   20.50
JAN 3   13.15   18.25   20.00   23.35
JAN 2   10.00   14.15
JAN 3   10.00   14.15



This is the story of a little girl, whose life is subject to her pedantic mother’s strict academic pla, in which friend-time is only provided for next summer. However, this meticulously arranged schedule begins to crack at the seams when a strange neighbour bursts in with unbelievable stories about the Little Prince and his far-away stars. All that’s left is to fix up the plane — and off they go! Thus begins the girl’s great adventure, full of danger, magic, humour, and real friendship. A trip to a world impossible to imagine without fantasy.
JAN 2   10.40   15.40   18.25  20.50
JAN 3   13.15   18.25   20.00   23.35


JAN  2  16.40

JAN  3    11.40

Address Frunzenskaya Embankment 12

STEVE JOBS (Biography)
Steve Jobs can be considered the man who invented the future in his garage. This film tells the story of all the different periods in this great man’s career, from the first days of Macintosh in 1984 to the invention of the iMac in 1998. It is a story about the digital revolution, featuring a brilliant inventor with a far-from-simple story at its epicenter.
JAN 2   13.20   21.10   23.40
JAN 3   10.50   16.00   21.10
JAN 2   20.15
JAN 3   18.25

BLACK COMEDY SHORTS — 2 (Short Movies)



This is the second part of a collection of great short films and cartoons united by one common trait: black humour. Among them is a work by the famous animator and winner of both the Oscar and Palme d’Or Bill Plimpton and a sharp satire uncovering and exploring Santa’s flirtation with politics and greed. “Godwin’s Law” is the story of the up-and-coming prime minister of Quebec, Joseph, who learns that he is the grandson of Adolf Hitler.
JAN 2   16.45
JAN 3   18.00
Formula Kino Gorizont 
JAN 2   23.30
JAN 3    23.30
The venerated filmmaker Eisenstein is comparable in talent, insight and wisdom, with the likes of Shakespeare or Beethoven; there are few – if any – directors who can be elevated to such heights. On the back of his revolutionary film Battleship Potemkin, he was celebrated around the world, and invited to the US. Ultimately rejected by Hollywood and maliciously maligned by conservative Americans, Eisenstein traveled to Mexico in 1931 to consider a film privately funded by American pro-Communist sympathizers, headed by the American writer Upton Sinclair.
JAN 3   22.45

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