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We're kicking off our Rooftop Summer with the big fun superhero feast that’s given the Marvel cinematic universe a much-needed boot in the proverbial! BIG FUN
A utopic 1950’s American middle class suburb is turned on its head when a violent murder turns everyone into suspects as the corruption simmering under its manicured surface is exposed.
Thomas is a twenty-something New Yorker drifting through life, sleeping with his father’s mistress, trying to sleep with his best friend whilst receiving shots of wisdom and whiskey from his wizened alcoholic neighbour.
Can you believe it's been 10 years since Juno hit the silver screen? Neither can we and we think it’s the No. 1 quirky teenage pregnancy date night of the season!
Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece is celebrated as one of the finest war films ever made. Its sweeping cinematic grandeur is powerful, haunting and deeply moving – perfect for the Rooftop.
Three mums up their Christmas game when their respective mothers surprise them for the holidays. Gift wrap your ‘Merry Christmas Mum’ with some passive-aggressive this season and bring her along for a night of laughs on the Rooftop!
Close to one hundred Hollywood stars, and a very stylish train. This remake of Agatha Christie's classic murder-mystery directed by Kenneth Branagh is a guaranteed future classic.
Blade Runner 2049 follows Gosling as a next generation blade runner in search of meaning in a post-real world. Soaring. Searing. At times neo-noir scintillating. Classic Sci-Fi Grandeur.
Two strangers (Kate Winslet and Idris Elba) must survive the perilous journey to safety together after their plane crashes in remote snow-covered mountains. Not like Titanic in any way except Winslet, romance and extreme weather conditions.
Two couples in the Austin, Texas music scene chase success whilst facing seduction and betrayal with every step they take. We brought you Sci-fi Gosling. Now we bring you Sexy Country Rock Gosling.
Fringe World Festival and Gage Roads are officially launching their summer cider ‘Hello Sunshine’ with a screening of Ben Elton’s new WA based film Three Summers! Sign up to our E-news to enter the running to win free tickets to this special event.
Always look on the bright side of life because Rooftop is showing Monty Python’s iconic film about the man mistaken for the messiah.
Jackie Chan kicks some butt in this action-packed flick that follows a father’s pursuit for revenge when his daughter is killed in a terrorist attack.
Glen Coco? Four for you Glen Coco - you go Glen Coco!...and none for Gretchen Weiners, bye.
A demonic shape-shifting clown who consumes children from its lair in the sewers. Can you handle It?
The true story of the first mixed gender tennis match between World No. 1 Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and serial hustler Bobby Riggs (Steve Carrell).
Thor and the gang are in a race against time to prevent Hela, the Goddess of death from Ragnarok – the End of the World.
This sure to be Oscar contender depicts a series of events that caused civil unrest in the heat of the 1967 Detroit riots.
A film for kids big and small about how author AA. Milne created the adored Winnie the Pooh novels inspired by his son Christopher Robin.
Christmas is a magical time of year when you gather to enjoy the antics of Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson and John Lithgow.
We’ve got your Christmas Eve film covered this year with this much-adored Xmas flick – Merry Christmas!
Hang out on the Rooftop this Boxing Day Eve with Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash as they protect humanity from the latest batch of bad guys.
The original and the best, in the series, enjoy this space romp on the roof with our spectacular starry views.
Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell star in this genre pushing film about a troubled young boy who imposes himself on the lives of a wealthy family.
A group of firefighter’s battle an out of control blaze that is threatening a Californian town. This heroic true story stars Josh Brolin.
The feel-good flick of the summer. Brad (Ben Stiller) lives vicariously through his gifted son who begins to apply for colleges, leading to an identity crisis that causes Brad to reflect on the decisions he has made in his own life.