Western Leader : November 19th 2010
WESTCITY, WESTGATE WE WE WE WE WE WE WE WESTSTSTSTSTSTSTSTCICICICICICICICITYTYTYTYTYTYTYTY WESTCITY HENDERSON JACKASS 3D (R16) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE & CONTENT THAT MAY OFFEND, NO FREE TICKETS FRI & MON/TUES: 10:55, 3:05, 5:10, 7:10, 9:15PM SAT: 2:50, 5:05, 7:10, 9:15PM SUN: 2:50, 6:50, 9PM WED: 10:55, 3:05, 5:10, 9PM RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE 3D (R16) CONTAINS VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND HORROR, NO FREE TICKETS FRI & MON/TUES: 1PM SAT: 12:40 SUN: 12:40 HARRY POTTER 7 (M) VIOLENCE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI & WED: 10:45, 11:45, 1:20, 2PM , 3PM, 4:30, 5:15, 6:10, 7:45, 8:30, 9:10PM SAT-TUES: 10:15, 10:45, 11:45, 1:20, 2PM, 3PM, 4:30, 5:15, 6:10, 7:45, 8:30, 9:10 LIFE AS WE KNOW IT (M) SEXUAL REFERENCES FRI-WED: 7PM THE SOCIAL NETWORK (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 10:40, 1:20, 3:50, 6:20, 8:50PM RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE 2D (R16) CONTAINS VIOLENCE , OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND HORROR FRI-WED: 1:45, 8:45PM RED (M) VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI: 4:15, 9:20 SAT & MON-WED: 10:45, 4:10, 9:20 EAT PRAY LOVE (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI: 1:30, 6:30PM SAT-WED: 1:20, 6:30PM WESTGATE MASSEY HARRY POTTER 7 (M) VIOLENCE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI/WED: 10:30,12PM , 1PM , 1:45, 3PM, 4:15, 5PM , 6PM, 7:30, 8:15PM SAT-TUE: 10AM, 10:30,12PM , 1PM , 1:45, 3PM, 4:15, 5PM , 6PM, 7:30, 8:15PM THE SOCIAL NETWORK (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 10:40, 1:10, 3:40, 6:10, 8:45 THE GHOST WRITER (M) VIOLENCE/ OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI-WED: 12:30, 3:10, 5:50, 8:30PM RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE 2D (R16) CONTAINS VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND HORROR FRI/MON-WED: 10:20, 8:55PM SAT-SUN: 8:55PM EAT PRAY LOVE (M) OFFENSIVE LANG-UAGE FRI-WED: 12:35, 8:15PM RED (M) VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI-WED: 12PM, 2:15, 6:25, 8:40PM PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 (R16) HORROR THEMES &COARSE LANGUAGE FRI/MON-WED: 10:05, 4:30, 8:50PM SAT-SUN: 4:30, 8:50PM LIFE AS WE KNOW IT (M) SEXUAL REFERENCES FRI-WED: 10:15, 3:25, 5:50PM MADE IN DAGENHAM (M) FRI-WED: 11:05, 1:35, 4:05, 6:30PM 2D CATS & DOGS: THE REVENGE OF KITTY GALORE (G) SAT-SUN: 10:20AM DESPICABLE ME 2D (PG) LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE SAT-SUN: 10:05AM BABY ON BOARD to book tickets go to www.eventcinemas.co .nz or call 302 0002 $10 * ALL2DMOVIES ST LUKES WESTCITY WEEKEND MOVIE DEAL PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 (R16) HORROR THEMES & COARSE LANGUAGE FRI & MON-WED: 12:45, 5PM, 9:25 SAT/SUN: 5PM, 9:25 THE LAST AIRBENDER 2D (PG) LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE FRI & MON-WED: 10:30, 2:45 SAT/SUN: 10:20, 2:50PM THE TOWN (R16) CONTAINS VIOLENCE,OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND SEX SCENES FRI-WED: 6:10PM DESPICABLE ME 2D (PG) LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE FRI-SUN & TUES/WED: 11:30, 4PM MON: 4PM THE SORCERERS APPRENTICE (PG) FRIGHTENING FANTASY SCENES & VIOLENCE SAT/SUN: 12:35P WESTCITY WHO IS JOB? 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OPERATION OPERATION OPERATION The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust Actualsurfboardpictured Magpies set to peck off University this time By TUREI MACKEY Mighty Magpie: Michael Gregson, left, will be hoping to push the Waitakere Magpies past their rival University this weekend in the play-offs. Photo: FIONA GOODALL It may be a sport known for its taller athletes but Aussie Rules player Michael Gregson is showing the small guys are getting it done. Gregson’s Waitakere Magpies are taking on perennial rivals Univer- sity in the first round of the Auckland Aust- ralian Football playoffs this Sunday at Colin Maiden Park. Gregson says the Magpies are hoping to make amends for a loss to University in the early stages of the reg- ular season. ‘‘Hopefully we can get up against them this time round,’’ he says. ‘‘They are always the team to beat although this week isn’t too important in some regards because if we lose we get the next week to make up for it since we are the top seeded team.’’ Coach Mick Coultard says despite Gregson’s 1.65m stature, the 19-year-old midfielder is one of the team’s big play men. ‘‘Michael is one fit little guy who is not afraid to go after the ball,’’ he says. ‘‘He is one of our key players in terms of securing and the delivering the ball up field for our guys to score.’’ Coultard is confident the Magpies will be able to topple University to secure their spot in the grand final. ‘‘Our combinations are working well and personally I feel we are starting to put together four quarters of good footy which bodes well for us in the finals.’’ Never-say-die City earn a point So close: Waitakere’s Roy Krishna scored the go-ahead goal only for Auckland to tie it in extra time. Two minutes of injury time at the end of a tense O-League football match was enough for Auckland City to share the spoils with Waitakere United. Waitakere took the lead through Fijian striker Roy Krishna with just under 10 minutes remaining and it looked like they had done enough. But Auckland City had other ideas and were rewarded for their never- say-die attitude when midfielder Alex Feneri- dis smashed a low volley past goalkeeper Danny Robinson in the 92nd minute for a 1-1 draw. Waitakere player- coach Neil Emblen, who brought himself on in the final frantic moments, is disappointed with his side’s failure to close out the game but admits Auckland deserved to take something away. ‘‘It feels like a loss,’’ Emblen says. ‘‘But I think over the balance of the game a draw was probably a fair result. Auckland did come on strong in the second half and our goal- keeper had a bit more work to do than theirs. But when you’re a goal up with a minute to play it does hurt.’’ Plenty of determi- nation was required in a physical game with few chances and Emblen felt his players came up short in those areas. ‘‘They outfought us a little bit which is disappointing. I don’t like saying that my players didn’t step up but I just thought, after last week’s result, Auck- land probably had the bit between their teeth more than we did,’’ he says. ‘‘They made it difficult and won more personal duels.’’ Auckland co-coach Aaron McFarland agreed that his players deserved at least a point for their efforts. ‘‘I think it would have been an injustice if we hadn’t got something out of it,’’ he says.
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