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Published: 13 Feb 2013 07:50 GMT+01:00
Updated: 13 Feb 2013 07:50 GMT+01:00

BAMBERG

Lichtspiel Kino

Luitpoldstr. 25, 960 52 Bamberg

Tel. 09 51 – 270 24

www.lichtspielkino.de

Maniac (minimum age: 18)

Thu-Wed 10:35pm

Django Unchained (minimum age: 16)

Mon 9:15pm

Les Misérables (minimum age: 12)

Thu 7:45pm

Celeste and Jesse Forever (minimum age: 0)

Mon 9:40pm

KARLSRUHE

Schauberg

Marienstraße 16, 76137 Karlsruhe

Tel. 0721 – 35 000 18

www.schauburg.de/

Django Unchained (minimum age: 16)

Thu, Fri, Sun & Tue 9pm

Sat & Wed 10:45pm

Mon 4pm

Gangster Squad (minimum age: 12)

Thu, Sat & Tue 11:30pm

Lincoln (minimum age: 16)

Fri 2pm

Sat 12pm

Zero Dark Thirty (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 8:30pm

Flight (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed (except Mon) 11:15pm

Frankenweenie (minimum age: 12)

Thu, Fri, Sun & Tue 11:45pm

MANNHEIM

CinemaxX Mannheim

P4 13, 68161 Mannheim

Tel. 01805 – 62 54 66

www.cineplex.de

A Good Day to Die Hard (minimum age: 16)

Thu & Mon-Wed 8:30pm

Fri 8:30pm, 11pm

Sat 10:45pm, 11pm

Sun 11am, 8:30pm

Zero Dark Thirty (minimum age: 16)

Fri 10:45pm

Wed 8pm

Gangster Squad (minimum age: 12)

Sat 10:45pm

Lincoln (minimum age: 16)

Sun 11:15am

Wed 7pm

Django Unchained (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed (except Sat) 7:45pm

Fri also 11pm

Sat 11pm

Life of Pi (minimum age: 12)

Sun 11:30am

Sneak Preview (minimum age: n/a)

Sun 8pm

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

Wed 8pm

MUNICH

Cinema München

Nymphenburger Str. 31, 803 35 Munich

Germany

Tel. 089 – 55 52 55

www.cinema-muenchen.com

Sneak Preview (minimum age: n/a)

Fri 11:15pm

Django Unchained (minimum age: 16)

Sat 3:15pm

Sun 9:30pm

Mon 4:10pm

Wed 9:50pm

Lincoln (minimum age: 16)

Thu 4:05pm

Fri 2:55pm

Sun 3:45pm

Mon 1:15pm

Tue 3pm

Silver Linings Playbook (minimum age: 12)

Fri 6pm

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

Sun 12:30pm

A Good Day to Die Hard (minimum age: 16)

Thu 2pm, 7:15pm, 9:15pm

Fri 8:45pm

Sat 11am, 10:50pm

Sun 7pm

Mon 7:30pm, 9:55pm

Tue 9:30pm

Wed 7:35pm

Finding Nemo (3D; minimum age: 0)

Fri & Sat 1pm

Argo (minimum age: 12)

Sun 10:15am

Wed 5pm

Museum Lichtspiele

Lilienstraße 2, 81669 München

Tel. 0180 – 5867 0777 67

muenchen.movietown.eu/

The Gangster Squad (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 11:10pm

A Good Day to Die Hard (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 7pm, 9:05pm, 11:10pm

Flight (minimum age: 12)

Thu, Sun, Tue & Wed 11:05pm

Silver Linings Playbook (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 5pm

Lincoln (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 7:30pm

Sun also 1:45pm

Mon also 2pm

Django Unchained (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 7:45pm

Sat & Sun also 4:20pm

Quartet (minimum age: 6)

Thu, Fri & Mon-Wed 5:40pm

Sat & Sun 6:05pm

Life of Pi (minimum age: 12)

Thu, Sat, Sun, Mon & Wed 4:30pm

Zero Dark Thirty (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 8:05pm

Frankenweenie (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 4:20pm

Movie 43 (minimum age: 16)

Thu, Fri & Mon-Wed 6:05pm

Parker (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 10:30pm

Anna Karenina (minimum age: 12)

Fri & Tue 4:30pm

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

Fri & Sat 1:40pm

Skyfall (minimum age: 12)

Fri, Sat & Sun 1:50pm

Argo (minimum age: 12)

Mon 11:05pm

NUREMBERG

Roxy Fremdsprachenkino

Julius Loßmann-Str. 116, 904 69 Nuremberg

Germany

Tel. 09 11 – 488 40

www.roxy-nuernberg.de

Silver Linings Playbook (minimum age: 12)

Fri-Sun 4:45pm

Mon 8:30pm

Lincoln (minimum age: 16)

Thu, Mon & Tue 5:45pm

Fri-Sun 7pm

Wed 8:30pm

Cine Citta

Gewerbemuseumsplatz 3, 9 04 03 Nuremberg

Germany

Tel. 09 11 – 20 66 66

www.cinecitta.com

Django Unchained (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 10:40pm

Lincoln (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 1:45pm

Zero Dark Thirty (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Wed 5:20pm

A Good Day to Die Hard (minimum age: 16)

Thu-Wed 9:10pm, 11:40pm

Filmhaus um Künstlerhaus

Känigstr. 93, 90402 Nuremberg

Tel. 0911 – 231 5823

www.kubiss.de

No showings this week.

STUTTGART

Corso Cinema International

Hauptstr. 6, 70536 Stuttgart

Tel. 07 11 – 73 49 16

www.corso-kino.com

A Good Day to Die Hard (minimum age: 16)

Thu & Tue 9:20pm

Fri & Sat 7:20pm, 9:30pm

Sun 1:05pm, 7:30pm, 9:30pm

Mon 6:15pm, 8:10pm

Tue 9:20pm

Django Unchained (minimum age: 16)

Fri 8:20pm

Sat 1:15pm, 8:20pm

Sun 4:30pm, 8:20pm

Mon 7:15pm

Tue 8:20pm

Gangster Squad (minimum age: 12)

Fri 6:05pm

Sat 3:30pm

Lincoln (minimum age: 16)

Thu & Tue 6:15pm

Fri & Sat 4:25pm

Sun 5:30pm

Silver Linings Playbook (minimum age: 12)

Thu 6:40pm

Fri 3:50pm

Sat & Tue 5:50pm

Sun 3:10pm

The Last Stand (minimum age: 16)

Sun 1:30pm

Mon 5:45pm

Winnie the Pooh (minimum age: 0)

Sun 3:05pm

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