Te Ahu Cinema

Corner South Road and Matthews Avenue, Kaitaia - Phone (09) 408 0519.

Te Ahu Cinema Presents

Screening now : 3 to 16 July 2015

New Movies

  • INSIDE OUT (G) 102 mins

    A major emotion picture.

    From Disney/Pixar and the director of Up, a film set inside a little girl's head where five emotions - Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear and Sadness - try to guide her through life.

    Eleven-year-old Riley is your typical boisterous kid, but the anthropomorphic emotions that keep things ticking in the control room of her mind have their work cut out for them when her family uproots itself and moves cross-country to San Francisco. Things take an even more complex turn when Joy (Amy Poehler) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) find themselves stranded far across the vast terrain of Riley's mind and have to return before her imbalanced emotions make an irreversible impact.
  • MAN UP (M) 88 mins

    Right time, right place, wrong date.

    Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead) and Lake Bell (In a World…) star in this London-set rom-com from the director of The Inbetweeners Movie, following a woman who is mistaken for a blind date which accidentally leads to her finding the perfect boyfriend.

    "Perpetually single Nancy (Bell) has given up on ever finding Mr. Right. When a mix-up involving a fad self-help book leads to Jack (Pegg) - a charming stranger - falsely identifying her as his blind date, Nancy lets her guard down to see where this unexpected opportunity takes her. At first Jack seems like he might be The One, but soon both parties realise there might be more to the other than they first let on." (Tribeca Film Festival)
  • TERMINATOR: GENISYS (M) 125 mins

    2015: He'll be back.

    The director of Thor: The Dark World helms this fifth entry into the Terminator franchise, following a new timeline where Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney, Divergent) goes back into the new past and teams up with Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones) and an ageing terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger). As Judgement Day looms, the group must do all they can to prevent the robot revolution. Co-stars JK Simmons (Whiplash), Matt Smith (Doctor Who) and Jason Clarke (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) as John Connor.
  • TED 2 (R16) 108 mins

    Seth MacFarlane returns as co-writer, director and voice star of this sequel to the foul-mouthed comedy about a man-child (Mark Wahlberg) and his even more immature living teddy bear, Ted. Co-stars Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried and Morgan Freeman.

    Here, cuddly Ted marries Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth), his girlfriend from the first film, and the couple try for a baby together. However, to get custody, Ted has to prove to a court of law that he is human (which he's not).
  • MINIONS (PG) 91 mins

    Animated laugher, following the history of the little minions from Despicable Me. At the dawn of time, starting as single-celled yellow organisms, Minions evolve through the ages, perpetually serving the most despicable of masters. Continuously unsuccessful at keeping these masters - from T. Rex to Napoleon - the Minions find themselves without someone to serve and fall into a deep depression.

    Voices of: Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm, Steve Carell, Hiroyuki Sanada, Pierre Coffin
  • MADAME BOVARY (M) 118 mins

    The fantastic Mia Wasikowska is Emma Bovary, whose refusal to accept societal conventions leads to rebellion and disgrace, in this adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's classic novel set in 19th-century rural France. Co-stars Paul Giamatti and Rhys Ifans.

    "Flaubert’s finest gets a fresh dust-off as Wasikowska takes on the mantle of the woman who wanted too much. Marriage is at first a dream for young Emma, keen to embrace this new stage in her life and be the perfect partner to her country doctor husband. But she is too spirited a woman to be contained and it’s not long before a combination of loneliness, boredom and naïveté impel her beyond the boundaries of society." (London Film Festival)

Returning movies

  • JURASSIC WORLD (M) 124 mins

    Twenty-two years after the disastrous events of Jurassic Park, the vision of founder John Hammond is now reality - a fully-functional theme park open to the public, and populated by dinosaurs.

    While staff member Owen (Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy) conducts research into the fearsome velociraptor, scientists at the park are cooking up a new, genetically-modified dinosaur in the lab... Bryce Dallas Howard (The Village), Vincent D'Onofrio and Jake Johnson co-star, while Colin Trevorrow directs what is just his second feature film.

  • TOMORROWLAND (PG) 130 mins

    Veteran Pixar director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Ratatouille) follows his live-action debut Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol with this sci-fi adventure based on the Disney theme park attraction. A scientifically-inclined teen (Britt Robertson) is granted a fleeting glimpse at an advanced creative wonderland by virtue of a mysteriously-acquired pin that allows her to travel between dimensions. With baddies in pursuit, she teams up with a former boy-genius inventor (George Clooney) to travel to Tomorrowland, make our world a better place, and save us from certain destruction.


Te Ahu Cinema is closed most weekdays outside of public and school holidays, but we do host private screenings for 30 people or more. Email TeAhuAdmin@fndc.govt.nz for more information.