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5 Dec 2012, 17:26

Published: 05 Dec 2012 17:26 GMT+01:00


CineStar Original Sony Center

Potsdamer Str. 4, 107 85 Berlin

Tel. 030 – 268: 06 64 00

Tel. 24h reservation hotline 01805-11 88 11 (14 ct./min, mobile eventl. more expansive)


Sneak Preview (minimum age: 0)

Thu 8pm

Wreck-It Ralph (3D; minimum age: 0)

Thu-Wed 1:30pm, 4:30pm, 7:45pm

Thu-Sun & Tue also 11pm

Wreck-It Ralph (minimum age: 0)

Thu-Wed 1:50pm, 4:30pm

7 Psychos (minimum age: 16)

Thu, Fri & Tue 5:15pm, 8:15pm, 11:15pm

Sat, Sun & Wed 8:15pm, 11:15pm

Mon 4:30pm, 8:15pm

Anna Karenina (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Tue 2pm, 4:20pm, 7:30pm

Wed 4:20pm, 7:30pm

Ruby Sparks (minimum age: 6)

Thu, Sun & Tue 1:30pm

Rise of the Guardians (3D; minimum age: 6)

Thu-Tue 1:30pm

Sun also 5:15pm

Killing Them Softly (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Tue (except Sat) 7:20pm

Sat 11:15pm

Trouble with the Curve (minimum age: 6)

Fri, Sat & Mon 1:15pm

The Man with the Iron Fists (minimum age: 16)

Thu, Sun & Tue 11:15pm

Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (minimum age: 12)

Thu 2pm, 5pm, 7:30pm, 10:45pm

Fri 1:30pm, 5pm, 8pm, 10:45pm

Sat 1:30pm, 5pm, 7:30pm, 10:45pm

Sun & Tue 2pm, 5pm, 8pm, 10:45pm

Mon 2pm, 5pm, 8pm

Wed 5pm

Cloud Atlas (minimum age: 12)

Thu, Fri, Sun & Tue 4:10pm, 8:15pm, 10:30pm

Sat 8:15pm

Mon 4:10pm, 8:15pm

Wed 10:30pm

Argo (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Tue 4:20pm (except Mon)

Skyfall (minimum age: 12)

Thu & Sat 5pm, 8:40pm, 10:45pm

Fri & Sun 5pm, 7:15pm, 8:40pm, 10:45pm

Mon 5pm, 7:15pm, 8:40pm

Tue 7:15pm, 8:55pm, 10:45pm

Wed 1:30pm, 7:15pm, 10:45pm

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Tue 2pm

Hotel Transylvania (minimum age: 6)

Sun 1:45pm

Looper (minimum age: 16)

Thu & Mon 1:30pm

Fri 11:15pm

Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (3D; minimum age: 0)

Tue 1:45pm

Central Kino – Berlin-Mitte

Rosenthaler Str. 39, 10178 Berlin

Tel. 030 – 28 59 99 73


Listings not available at time of posting. Please see website for details.

Babylon – Berlin-Kreuzberg

Dresdener Straße 126, 10999 Berlin

Tel. 030 – 61 60 96 93


Cloud Atlas (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 4:45pm, 8:30pm

Killing Them Softly (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 5:30pm, 8pm, 10:30pm

Nairobi Half Life (minimum age: n/a)

Sat 3:15pm

Rollberg Kinos

Rollbergstr. 70, 12053 Berlin

Tel. 030 – 61 70 46 45


Argo (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 5:30pm, 8pm

Sun also 3pm

Cloud Atlas (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 5:15pm, 8:45pm

Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present (minimum age: 12)

Sun 3:15pm

Moonrise Kingdom (minimum age: 12)

Sun 3:30pm

Oh Boy (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 5:30pm, 7:30pm, 9:30pm

Skyfall (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Tue 5:30pm, 9pm

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (minimum age: 12)

Wed 4:30pm, 8pm

fsk Kino - Berlin Kreuzberg

Segitzdamm 2, 10969 Berlin

Tel. 030 – 61 42 464

fsk Kino Website

Ruby Sparks (minimum age: 6)

Thu-Wed 8:30pm, 10:45pm

Cineplex Friedrichshafen GmbH & Co. KG

Meistershofener Str. 14, D-88045 Friedrichshafen

Tel. 01805 – 54 66 36


The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (3D; minimum age: 12)

Wed 7:30pm

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