Movies Showing in Kuwait this Weekend

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Screenshot from Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

The movies below are now showing at either Cinescape, Grand Cinemas or Sky Cinemas:

New This Weekend:
Black Water (N/A)
Game Night (7.4) ♦
Mission Kathmandu: The Adventures of Nelly & Simon (N/A)
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (8.3) ♦
War Commanders: China Salesman (5.4)
Wolf Warrior 2 (6.3)

Other Movies Showing:
Black Panther (7.2)
Braven (6.5) ♦
Coco (9.1)
Den of Thieves (7.2) ♦
Early Man (6.4)
Ferdinand (6.8)
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (6.9) ♦
Kickboxer: Retaliation (5.0)
Maze Runner: The Death Cure (7.2)
The 15:17 to Paris (6.2) ♦
The Commuter (6.8)
The Greatest Showman (7.9)
The Post (7.5)

The movies below are also now showing at the Scientific Center IMAX theater:

A Beautiful Planet 3D (7.9)
Amazing Mighty Micro Monsters 3D (7.4)
America Wild: National Parks Adventure (N/A)
Dream Big 3D (7.9)
Extreme Weather 3D (6.6)
Tiny Giants 3D (8.0)
Watermelon Magic 3D (7.4)

Numbers in brackets refer to the IMDB rating at time of publishing.
★ is for movies I’m interested in. ♦ implies movie might contain censorship.


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4 comments, add your own...


  1. Kuwait says:

    3 Billboards will probably be around 17 mins long in Cinescape :)

  2. Ali says:

    I watched “Three Billboards” uncut at Dubai Film Festival and don’t recall any censorable scenes, save a few 4-letter words here & there. However, “The Shape of Water”, surprisingly listed in the “Coming Soon” section of Cinescape, would be chopped to pieces. Going to cinemas is one of the few “non-dining” outings available here and, unless the film is drastically cut, I still prefer to experience watching films in a cinema than on the best home theatre money can buy.

  3. Ali says:

    I watched “Three Billboards” uncut at Dubai Film Festival and don’t recall any censorable scenes, save a few 4-letter words here & there. However, “The Shape of Water”, surprisingly listed in the “Coming Soon” section of Cinescape, would be chopped to pieces. Going to cinemas is one of the few “non-dining” outings available here and, unless the film is drastically cut, I still prefer to experience watching films in a cinema than on the best home theatre money can buy.


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