Movies Showing in Kuwait this Weekend

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The movies below are now showing at Cinescape, Grand Cinemas, Sky Cinemas and VOX:

New This Weekend:
Ant-Man and the Wasp (8.0)
Loving Pablo (6.2) ♦
Monsters Busters (7.2)
Tag (6.9)
The First Purge (5.5) ♦

Other Movies Showing Now:
Adventures of Petey and Friends (2.8)
Avengers: Infinity War (9.2) ♦

Deadpool 2 (8.1) ♦

Escape Plan 2: Hades (3.8)
Incredibles 2 (9.2)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (6.8)
Masha and the Bear (7.9)
Maya the Bee: The Honey Games (5.6)

Ocean’s Eight (6.3)
Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero (7.4)
Sicario: Day of the Soldado
Solo: A Star Wars Story (6.3)
The Little Witch (6.3)

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

Amazon Adventure 3D (6.6)
Amazing Mighty Micro Monsters 3D (7.4)
America Wild: National Parks Adventure (5.9)
Dream Big 3D (7.9)
Hurricane 3D (7.0)
Solo: A Star Wars Story (6.3)
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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  1. mentabolism says:

    Shout out to Cinescape which shows Indian movies too..!!

    • My brother/sister, Kuwait theaters have been screening Bollywood, Kollywood and Tollywood films since at least the 70s.

      They started screening Mollywood films a bit later.

      Irrelevant sidenote: I wish Hollywood would stop glorifying monsters like Winston Churchill and Pablo Escobar.

      • mentabolism says:

        Yes, and they have a huge fan following too, among locals as well as expats,
        I wonder why the other theatres dont show them.

        • Actually that’s not true, I saw Badrinath Ki Dulhania at Grand Cinema last year in Al-Hamra.

          Of course Indian films have a huge fan following here, there are literally hundreds of thousands of Indians in Kuwait.

          Locals prefer Bollywood over the other regional film industries. I do too. But I have enjoyed many films from Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Bengal has an excellent arthouse film industry that few know about.


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