The Kino Cinema

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    The Kino Cinema Church Street
    Glenrothes
    KY7 5ND

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Rating: 3/5

Spider-Man has always been the people’s superhero. He’s a high-school dweeb whose supernatural powers allow him to fight crime but don’t offer him any help at all in dealing with the everyday problems of being a teenager. Girls, friends, parents, aut...

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Rating: 4/5

With his biceps and righteousness pumped to the max, Chris Evans’s superhero Captain America is an enjoyable square peg in the round hole of the sleek Marvel universe. That continues in this involving sequel to 2011’s WW2-set ‘Captain America: The Fi...

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Muppets Most Wanted

Rating: 3/5

‘Everybody knows that the sequel’s never quite as good,’ sing our furry friends during the opening number of a film with much to live up to after 2011’s terrific reboot, ‘The Muppets’. This self-deprecating gag proves to be self-fulfilling. The plot...

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Noah

Rating: 2/5

'Black Swan' and 'Requiem for a Dream' director Darren Aronofsky’s big-ticket retelling of the Old Testament story, with an oh-so-serious Russell Crowe playing Noah, is stupid but train-wreck fascinating. Your jaw will drop early and often – right fr...

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The Quiet Ones

Rating: 2/5

Jared Harris – who played sticky-fingered ad boss Lane Pryce in ‘Mad Men’ – is the strongest thing about this Brit horror, which the filmmakers claim is based on real events. Believe that if you like, but Harris is terrific as an Oxford professor who...

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Rio 2

Rating: 3/5

Carlos Saldanha is all heart. From the ‘Ice Age’ series, which the Brazilian co-directed, through to his new ‘Rio’ franchise, every movie he makes is stuffed with warmth, charm and simple but effective lessons about family, responsibility and friends...

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Transcendence

Rating: 2/5

Shouldn’t a future America ruled by the brain of Johnny Depp be more wacky than this dull-as-computer-code thriller? You wonder why Depp signed on to play the staid role of Will Caster, a Berkeley genius with an Einstein-shaggy hairdo. Before Will is...

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Moira Fraser

This is a fabulous little cinema with great facilities for its size. Three screens and all the amenities of a bigger cinema including hot foods, a great range of confectionary and ice creams gives you the full cinema experience on a local basis. On top of this the two main screens have had the majority of seats replaced with comfy two seater leather sofas which have loads of leg room. A great range of top films at the same time as the larger cinemas , the only difference is that it is local. So if you live in Fife - support your local cinema!! I love it!