Omniplex Lisburn

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  • Address:

    Unit 4, Omniplex
    Omniplex Lisburn Governors Road
    Lisburn
    BT28 1PP

  • Venue phone:

    0871 720 0400

  • Venue website:

    www.omniplex.ie

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    1. Omniplex Lisburn
      • Unit 4, Omniplex
        Governors Road
        Lisburn
        BT28 1PP
      • 0871 720 0400
      • www.omniplex.ie
      • 54.507034,-6.051243

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The Best of Me

Rating: 3/5

The latest lurid three-hanky slushfest from the pen of ‘The Notebook’ author Nicholas Sparks is everything you feared and hoped it would be: as misguided and overemotional as a drunk high-school production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’, and just as weirdly,...

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    • 20:40

Dolphin Tale 2

Rating: 3/5

The first film ended with Winter, the dolphin with a prosthetic fin, being rehomed in a Florida aquarium. You’d be forgiven for thinking the story had already peaked. However, this sequel is an unexpectedly worthwhile follow-up. Depressed after the d...

  • Thu Nov 27:

    • 14:00
    • 16:20

Love, Rosie

Rating: 2/5

Celia Ahern’s chick-lit novel about two friends who are secretly in love with each other has been made into a not-quite-rubbish Brit romcom. Sam Claflin and Lily Collins are sweet as Rosie and Alex, neighbours who’ve grown up together in London, runn...

  • Thu Nov 27:

    • 18:40

Nightcrawler

Rating: 5/5

It's no news to anyone who's ever watched American TV – especially local crime coverage – that the beat has devolved into a cesspool of gore, jittery witnesses and 'hot content'. What was once prophetic in movies like 'Network' and 'Broadcast News' i...

  • Thu Nov 27:

    • 20:20

Ouija

Rating: 2/5

The biggest shock about ‘Ouija’, the latest board-game-to-movie adaptation, might be that Hasbro, which produces the game in the US, took so long to make it happen. The spirit-summoning toy has already been employed successfully in a number of great...

  • Thu Nov 27:

    • 21:00

’71

Rating: 3/5

Belfast, 1971, and Gary (Jack O'Connell), a young private in the British army, is thrown in at the deep end of the Troubles; more than that, his hands are tied and there are bricks in his pocket. This quiet lad from Derbyshire has barely been in Belf...

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The BoxTrolls

Rating: 3/5

It’s no surprise that this digitally animated adventure from the producers of Edward Gorey-esque kids’ fairytales ‘Coraline’ and ‘ParaNorman’ is an ooky, spooky affair. But the sheer stomach-churning weirdness of ‘The Boxtrolls’ is still a shock. In...

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    • 14:10
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The Drop

Rating: 3/5

Tom Hardy is the reason to watch this Brooklyn crime drama, the English-language debut of Belgian director Michaël R Roskam (‘Bullhead’). Mostly set in a dark Irish pub and based on a Dennis Lehane short story, ‘The Drop’ focuses on a trio of working...

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    • 18:45
    • 21:10
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    • 21:10
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