Movies Showing in Kuwait this Weekend

Post by Mark

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

New This Week:
Baby Driver (8.3) ♦
FirstBorn (4.9)
London Heist (7.2) ♦
Railroad Tigers (5.9) ♦

Other Movies Showing:
Cars 3 (7.2)
Despicable Me 3 (6.6)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (7.0)
Spider-Man: Homecoming (8.2)
The Hunter’s Prayer (5.4)
The Mummy (5.8) ♦
War for the Planet of the Apes (8.5)

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

A Beautiful Planet 3D (7.9)
Dream Big 3D (7.9)
Humpback Whales 3D (7.2)
Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean 3D (N/A)

The Scientific Center will have discounted tickets for Secret Ocean 3D this weekend up till July 27th because of Shark Week. The discounted ticket price is KD3.

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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5 comments, add your own...

  1. Patagucci says:

    I’ve been meaning to see Baby Driver for a very long time now.

    I don’t care if they cut it or not.


  2. Sh says:

    Baby Driver this weekend and Dunkirk on IMAX the next weekend. Finally some good summer movies!

  3. Mat says:

    Nothing to do this weekend?

  4. Zaid says:

    “Despicable Me 3” has censorship because say “Boob” in a few scenes.

    “Spider-man Homecoming” also has censorship. One of the seen where Liz goes to the pool and one where Ned covers for Peter by saying he was watching 18+ movies. These 2 cuts aren’t that jarring.

    “War for the Planet of the Apes” has no censoring.

    I really want to watch “Baby Driver” but the movie is heavily synced with its soundtrack and any censorship will ruin the flow.

  5. Ally says:

    I saw Baby Driver last night. Outside of a couple of kisses there were no cuts that disrupted the movie and definitely none that interfered with way the movie is edited to the admittedly awesome soundtrack.
    I will note though that there were one or two “jumps” within a scene that seemed out of place, even for an Edgar Wright film. Regardless I would not let that discourage anyone from catching this one in the cinema. If you can, try going for the Cinescape 11 at the Avenues. I saw it in Fanar and they desperately need to overhaul their sound system.

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