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English-language movies in Germany April 2-8

The Local · 2 Apr 2009, 11:20

Published: 02 Apr 2009 11:20 GMT+02:00

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CineStar Original Sony Center

Potsdamer Strasse 4, 10785 Berlin

Tel. 030-260 66 400

Tel. 24h reservation hotline 01805-11 88 11 (14 ct./min, mobile calls may cost more)


Monsters vs. Aliens (minimum age: 6)

Monday-Sunday 1.30pm, 3.45pm, 6pm, 8.30pm

Religulous (minimum age: 12)

Monday-Sunday 6pm

Rachel Getting Married (minimum age: 12)

Monday-Sunday 4.45pm

John Rabe (Original with English subtitles, minimum age: 12)

Monday-Sunday 4.30pm, 7.30pm

Fast & Furious – New Model. Original Parts. (minimum age: 12)

Tuesday-Sunday 2.45pm, 5.30pm, 8pm

The Duchess (minimum age: 12)

Monday-Wednesday 2pm, 4.30pm

Thursday 2pm

Friday 4.30pm

Saturday-Sunday 2pm, 4.30pm

Notorious B.I.G (minimum age: 12)

Tues-Weds & Fri-Sat 10.50pm

Mall Cop (minimum age: 6)

Monday-Tuesday 2pm, 7pm

Wednesday-Thursday 2pm

Friday 2pm, 7pm

Saturday-Sunday 2pm, 4.15pm, 7pm

What Just Happened? (minimum age: 12)

Monday 16.15pm

Tuesday 16.15pm, 9.15pm

Wednesday-Thursday 16.15pm, 10.45pm

Friday 16.15pm, 9.15pm

Saturday-Sunday 9.15pm

Slumdog Millionaire (minimum age: 12)

Monday 1.45pm, 4.45pm, 7.45pm

Tuesday-Sunday 1.45pm, 4.45pm, 7.45pm, 10.50pm

RockNRolla (minimum age: 16)

Tuesday-Sunday 10.50pm

The Fall (minimum age: 12)

Saturday-Sunday 3pm

Confessions of a Shopaholic (no age restriction)

Monday-Sunday 2pm

Gran Torino (minimum age: 12)

Monday 8.15pm

Tuesday-Sunday 8.15pm, 11pm

Watchmen (minimum age: 16)

Monday-Wednesday 7.30pm

Thursday 8.30pm

Friday-Saturday 7.30pm

The Wrestler (minimum age: 12)

Tuesday 10.30pm

Thursday 10.30pm

Saturday 10.30pm

The Reader (minimum age: 12)

Monday-Sunday 7pm

Milk (minimum age: 12)

Friday-Saturday 9.45pm

He’s Just Not That Into You (No age restriction)

Monday 3pm

Wednesday 3pm

Friday 3pm

The International (minimum age: 16)

Tuesday-Thursday 9.45pm

Sunday 9.45pm

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (minimum age: 12)

Tuesday, Thursday 2.30pm

Twilight (minimum age: 12)

Monday-Sunday 2pm

CineSneak, Mistery Movie (minimum age: 18)

Thursday 8pm

Knowing (preview, minimum age: 16)

Wednesday 8pm, 11pm


CineStar Düsseldorf - Der Filmpalast

Hansaallee 245, 40549 Düsseldorf

Tel. 0211-52 74 70 1

Tel. 24h reservation hotline 01805 11 88 11 (14 ct/min. - mobile calls may cost more)


Notorious B.I.G. (minimum age: 12)

Monday-Tuesday 7.30pm

Thursday-Sunday 7.30pm

Slumdog Millionaire (minimum age: 12)

Monday-Thursday 5.15pm, 8pm

Friday-Saturday 5.15pm, 8pm, 10.45pm

Sunday 5.15pm, 8pm

Gran Torino (minimal age: 12)

Friday-Saturday 10.15pm


Wednesday 8.15pm

Knowing (preview, minimal age: 16)

Wednesday (April, 8) 8pm


CineStar Frankfurt am Main - Turmpalast

Bleichstrasse 57

60313 Frankfurt am Main


Tel. 069-28 17 87

Tel. 24h reservation hotline 01805 11 88 11 (14 ct/min. - mobile calls may cost more)


Slumdog Millionaire (minimum age: 12)

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Friday 8.15pm

Confessions of a Shopaholic (no age restriction)

Monday 8pm

Tuesday 3pm, 5.15pm

Wednesday 3pm, 5.15pm, 7.50pm

Thursday 2.30pm


CineStar Hamburg – Streit’s Filmtheater

Jungfernstieg 38

20354 Hamburg


Tel. 0 40 34 60 51


Gran Torino (minimum age: 12)

Wednesday 5.40pm

Aliens vs. Monsters (minimum age: 6)

Monday-Tuesday 6.10pm

Wednesday 8.15pm

Thursday 3.40pm, 5.55pm

Friday 5.15pm

Saturday 3.15pm, 5.30pm

Sunday 5.45pm

Mall Cop (minimum age: 6)

Tuesday 4pm

Sunday 3.35pm

Slumdog Millionaire (minimum age: 12)

Monday 3.30pm

Tuesday 8.30pm

Wednesday 3pm

Thursday 8.15pm

Friday 2.40pm, 7.35pm, 10.20pm

Saturday 7.45pm, 10.30pm

Sunday 8pm

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