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The Local's English-language movie listings for northern Germany

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Find the latest movies in English playing in Hamburg and northern Germany with The Local's cinema guide.


Cinemaxx Bremen

Breitenweg 27, 281 95 Bremen

Tel. 018 05 – 24 63 62 99


The Bourne Legacy (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Sun 7:40pm

The Cabin in the Woods (minimum age: 16)

Thu & Tue 10:50pm

The Dark Knight Rises (minimum age: 16)

Tue 7:40pm


CineStar Hamburg – Streit's Filmtheater

Jungfernstieg 38, 203 54 Hamburg


Tel. 040 – 34 60 51


Sneak Preview (minimum age: 18)

Mon 8:30pm

The Bourne Legacy (minimum age: 12)

Thu 10:30pm

Fri & Sat 7:45pm

Sun 8:15pm

Mon 5:20pm

Tue 4:50pm

Mon 2:40pm

The Cabin in the Woods (minimum age: 16)

Thu 5:20pm

Fri 11pm

Tue 10:45pm

To Rome With Love (minimum age: 0)

Thu 7:40pm

Fri & Sat 5pm

Sun 5:30pm

Mon 2:40pm

Tue 2:15pm

The Expendables 2 (minimum age: 18)

Sat 11pm

Tue 8pm

Wed 5:40pm

The Dark Knight (minimum age: 16)

Thu 1:45pm

Fri & Sat 1:30pm

Sun 2pm

Abaton Kino

Allendeplatz / Grindelhof, 201 46 Hamburg


Tel. 040 – 41 32 03 30


To Rome With Love (minimum age: 0)

Thu 5pm, 8:45pm, 11pm

Fri 5pm, 8:50pm, 11pm

Sat 5pm, 8:50pm, 11:10pm

Sun 5pm, 9pm

Mon & Tue 5pm, 8:50pm

Wed 5:15pm, 8:50pm

360 (minimum age: 12)

Thu-Sun 9:30pm

Mon 5:30pm

Wed 9:45pm

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (minimum age: n/a)

Sun 4:30pm

The Rum Diary (minimum age: 12)

Mon 10:30pm

Woody Allen: A Documentary (minimum age: 0)

Wed 3pm

Kino 3001

Schanzenstr. 75, 203 57 Hamburg


Tel. 040 – 40 18 78 57


The Invisible String (minimum age: n/a)

Wed 8:15pm

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