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News! Omniplex and IMC cinemas now providing regular, accessible, subtitled shows!

Every week hundreds of UK cinemas screen more than a thousand shows of the latest films with English-language subtitles, for people with hearing loss, and many thousands more with audio description, for people with sight loss. Please ask cinemas in Ireland to join them!

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Trainwreck subtitled (15) 125 mins

Comedy. After being brought up by her dad to believe that monogamy isn’t realistic, Amy’s life is rapidly turning into a ‘Trainwreck’, although she thinks she’s just uninhibited and free-spirited. Never having relationships which last more than one night, things look set to change when the magazine she works for assigns her to interview sports doctor Aaron. He seems to really like her, and she starts to wonder if monogamy isn’t such a bad thing after all. Stars Amy Schumer and Bill Hader. **** 4 stars! Empire

Antrim Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Armagh Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Bangor Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Belfast Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Carlow Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Carrickfergus Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Cork Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Craigavon Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Derry Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Dublin Rathmines Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Dundonald Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Larne Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Limerick Odeon
Tue 01 September 18:15

Limerick Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Lisburn Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Longford Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Newry Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Point Village Odeon
Thu 27 August 15:20, Fri 28 August 14:50

Tralee Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Waterford Odeon
Thu 27 August 18:00, Thu 03 September 21:00

Waterford Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

Wexford Omniplex
Mon 31 August 18:30

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Two By Two subtitled (U) 1 hour 27 mins

Animated comedy. With warnings of a flood sweeping the land, animals travel to the safety of an Ark. Finny and his dad are unknown animals - 'Nestrians' a- and manage to sneak on board...

Kids shows - cheap tickets!

Antrim Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:15, Sun 30 August 12:15

Armagh Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:00, Sun 30 August 12:00

Bangor Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:30, Sun 30 August 11:30

Belfast Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:00, Sun 30 August 12:00

Carlow Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

Carrickfergus Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:30, Sun 30 August 11:30

Cork Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:00, Sun 30 August 12:00

Craigavon Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:00, Sun 30 August 12:00

Derry Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:30, Sun 30 August 12:30

Dublin Balbriggan Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

Dublin Rathmines Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

Dundonald Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

Larne Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:00, Sun 30 August 12:00

Limerick Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:30, Sun 30 August 12:30

Lisburn Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:00

Longford Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

Newry Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

Tralee Omniplex
Sat 29 August 12:00, Sun 30 August 12:00

Waterford Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

Wexford Omniplex
Sat 29 August 11:45, Sun 30 August 11:45

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Ant Man subtitled (12a) 117 minutes

The latest superhero adventure from Marvel Studios. Petty criminal Scott Lang gains the ability to shrink in size but grow in strength, and communicate with insects. Stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas. **** 4 stars! Empire

Waterford Odeon
Wed 02 September 16:15

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Home subtitled (U) 1 hour 52 mins

Dreamworks animation. When Oh, a loveable misfit from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people, he forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous girl named Tip who is on a quest of her own. With the voices of Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Steve Martin, Jennifer Lopez. 3D where indicated.

Kids shows - cheap tickets!

Dublin Vue
Sun 13 September 10:00

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Hitman Agent 47 subtitled (15) 108 minutes

Agent 47 is a ruthless killing machine, genetically engineered to be faster, stronger, smarter, and more skilled than any of the 46 agents who preceded him. The problem is, a major corporation likes the idea of him, and plans to build their own army of clones whose strength will be even greater than his. Starring Rupert Friend, Hannah Ware and Zachary Quinto, Hitman Agent 47 is gripping, intense, and packed full of action.

Belfast Odeon
Thu 03 September 16:40

Galway IMC
Mon 31 August 18:35

Limerick Odeon
Mon 31 August 19:00

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Man From UNCLE subtitled (12a) 116 minutes

Action thriller. In 1963 America and Russia forced to work together at the height of the Cold War. Upon discovering an international criminal organisation who have built their own atomic bomb, the CIA and the KGB send their best agents - Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin - to stop them. Stars Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Alicia Vikander and Hugh Grant.

Blanchardstown Odeon
Thu 03 September 13:30

Dublin Dun Laoghaire IMC
Mon 31 August 20:50

Dublin Tallaght IMC
Mon 31 August 18:25

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Minions subtitled (U) 1 hour 31 mins

Animated comedy. Minions'have existed for thousands of years, and they all want to serve the most despicable villain around. Unfortunately, they have a bad habit of getting their masters killed. Minions Kevin, Stuart and Bob set out on a quest to find a villain to work for. Travelling to Villain-Con in the hope of being recruited by Scarlet Overkill, they soon find that she might actually be too evil even for them. Featuring the voices of Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm and Michael Keaton, 'Minions' is a prequel to the hugely successful 'Despicable Me' franchise. This film is NOT available subtitled in 3D.

Naas Odeon
Fri 28 August 10:40

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Inside Out subtitled (U) 102 minutes

Pixar's latest animation will show you the human mind from the 'Inside Out', going into the head of Riley, where we meet her emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust. After Riley has to move to a new school, Joy and Sadness accidentally go missing in the depths of her mind. Now that Riley's only guided by Anger, Fear and Disgust, Joy and Sadness must journey through her long-term memory, imagination and dreams to try and get everything back to normal. "As audacious as it is silly, as funny as it is imaginative. It’s hard to think of a lovelier way to spend 102 minutes this summer" ***** 5 stars! Empire 3D where indicated.

Free draw! Please provide feedback on a subtitled or audio described showing of this film for a chance to win the DVD or Blu-Ray of Inside Out when it's released! Click here.

Belfast Odeon
Thu 27 August 13:45, Sun 30 August 13:00

Blanchardstown Odeon
Mon 31 August 15:10, Wed 02 September 16:10

Naas Odeon
Wed 02 September 12:45

Waterford Odeon
Fri 28 August 14:15

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Mission Impossible Rogue Nation subtitled (12a) 121 minutes

Ethan Hunt is being hunted by the Syndicate, an 'anti-IMF' which the CIA doesn't believe exists. With the head of the CIA threatening to close down the Force, Hunt must reassemble his team for what may be their final mission: to prove that the Syndicate's network of assassins and rogue operatives is real, and to destroy it before it kills them first. Stars Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Jeremy Renner, Alec Baldwin, Sean Harris, Rebecca Ferguson. **** 4 stars! Empire

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Fantastic Four subtitled (12a) 100 mins

Superhero origin story. A darker, grittier take on Marvel's popular comic book. When four young people find themselves teleported into an alternate universe, they discover that the trip has given them special powers. When they return to Earth, they find that they must work together as a team to save the planet from a familiar enemy.... Stars Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell.

Dundrum MoviesAt
Tue 01 September 19:20

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Paper Towns subtitled (12a) 108 mins

Romantic comedy from the author of 'The Fault In Our Stars', 'Paper Towns' follows the adventures of Quentin Jacobsen, who has always loved classmate Margo, and follows her on a road trip. The day after their all-night journey, however, Margo doesn't turn up at school, and she's still missing a week later. Quentin soon discovers that she has left clues to her disappearance for him, and he sets out on another road trip to try and solve the mystery.

Belfast Odeon
Tue 01 September 14:50

Blanchardstown Odeon
Thu 27 August 20:10

Derry Omniplex
Wed 02 September 17:30

Dundalk IMC
Mon 31 August 18:50

Enniskillen IMC
Mon 31 August 18:20

Limerick Odeon
Sun 30 August 10:45

Point Village Odeon
Thu 03 September 12:30

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Pixels subtitled (12a) 106 minutes

Comedy adventure. Inspired by classic video games like Donkey Kong and Pac-Man, ‘Pixels’ tells the story of what happens when real-life video game characters invade the Earth. In 1982, NASA sent a time capsule into space in the hope of contacting alien life. Unfortunately, the aliens interpreted the games in the capsule as a gesture of war, and they use the games as the model for their invasion fleet. Former arcade champion Sam must now lead a team of gamers to defeat the alien army. Stars Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Michelle Monaghan and Peter Dinklage. Note: There is no 3D subtitled version available for this film.

Newbridge Odeon
Sat 29 August 12:40

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Sinister 2 subtitled (15) 97 minutes

Horror. A young mother and her two sons move to a rural house which has been marked by the demon Bughuul. Years ago, the family living in the house was murdered, and it fell under Bughuul’s control. Feeding on the corruption of innocence, he targets the children to try and turn them to his will by showing them demonic snuff films – and then creating new ones.

Dublin Cineworld
Sat 29 August 10:30, Mon 31 August 20:40

Naas Odeon
Tue 01 September 17:00

Waterford Odeon
Mon 31 August 19:15

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Vacation subtitled (15) 99 mins

Comedy. Keen to bond with his family, Rusty Griswold organises a road trip to Walley World Theme Park, just as his dad did with him years ago. On the way, they’ll crash their car, get arrested by the police, and encounter Rusty’s annoyingly successful brother-in-law, Stone Crandall. Stars Ed Helms, Christina Applegate and Chris Hemsworth.

Belfast Odeon
Mon 31 August 13:00

Derry Omniplex
Wed 02 September 20:30

Dublin Cineworld
Sun 30 August 10:45, Tue 01 September 20:45

Dublin Vue
Sun 30 August 12:50

Galway Eye
Sat 29 August 17:30

Newbridge Odeon
Mon 31 August 18:50

Point Village Odeon
Mon 31 August 18:30

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We Are Your Friends subtitled (15) 96 minutes

Drama. Zac Efron stars as an aspiring DJ on a quest to find the one perfect song which will earn him fame and fortune. Between student loans, layoffs and bailouts, Cole’s future looks potentially bleak. Working with an older DJ and forming a connection with his girlfriend Sophie, he has to decide whether to take the easy route to success or to create his own new sound.

Dublin Vue
Tue 01 September 18:10

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FEEDBACK:

When my husband and I took our profoundly deaf six year-old daughter to see Paddington at the cinema, we were absolutely delighted to see her laughing along with the rest of the children in the audience. Subtitles in the cinema will be such a boost to her social life as she grows up. They’ve already allowed her to learn every single word to Frozen’s Let It Go!”

“Absolutely brilliant - we didn't ever go to the cinema as a family because my daughter could not enjoy the experience as she is deaf, but now it has opened up a whole new experience for her and us as a family”

“My wife is deaf, as well as my youngest son … We were able to go watch a movie for the first time ever … As a child I went with my Dad to watch the movies and it was a great experience to finally be able to go with my son”

“My daughter is profoundly deaf … Going to the cinema with her friends is important in her social life as films are part of young people's culture”

“It's wonderful that our son can see films when they come out, with his friends, instead of awaiting the DVD release … Thank you so much for the experience you make possible for my son and others like him”

“In subtitled screenings we have an opportunity to be a community, a mix of deaf and hearing people together … My deaf child can come with her siblings and the whole family enjoy the film as one. And my friends, who are deaf parents, can bring their young hearing son and enjoy cartoon films that could never be lipread, and laugh about it with him later”

“Brilliant as wife never been to cinema in her life and now she has been twice both kids films with our 5 year old lad but she loved it”

“Thanks very much to the cinemas for finally including my whole family at the movies! I have a deaf daughter who can now go to the cinema with us. The cinema makes money out of us now, as we spend on films and popcorn and drinks. We never used to bother before, we couldn't leave our deaf kid at home while we go and have fun, could we?”

Also, subtitles are particularly useful to students studying English as a second language, as one cinema customer recently discovered:

“This is not a complaint.Thought you might like to know of our experience attending a subtitled film in Salisbury. Upon arriving, having travelled 21 miles from home, there was a notice on the door stating, “Sorry, ‘Theory of Everything’ is sold out” … Unfortunately for us, 93 Spanish language students had booked. Kind regards and thanks for all you do, David MacDonald”

 

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IMPORTANT! Shows can cancel or reschedule - Please double check with the ACTUAL cinema or cinemas website before you plan a visit.

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We receive accessible listings directly from cinemas. Unless urgent amendments are required, listings are updated on this website by Friday. We can take NO RESPONSIBILITY for postponed or cancelled shows. If cinemas inform us of changes we will tell you via this website. If they don't inform us, we can't inform you. Please check with the ACTUAL cinema or cinemas website before you plan a visit. We recommend that you should always request confirmation that a show is definitely on.

 

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DO THIS! Every week hundreds of UK cinemas screen the latest films with English-language subtitles & audio description, for people with hearing or sight loss. Please ask cinemas in Ireland to join them and screen this film! Most subtitled shows are at weekends. Check this website on Fridays for upcoming shows. Read about how it all works HERE.

 

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No subtitled mainstream films next week? Please ask the cinemas to screen the many available subtitled films! All digital-equipped cinemas can show most of the latest releases with subtitles.

Why do only a few cinemas in Ireland show
the latest films with subtitles? Explanation HERE

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