Thursday, 24. April 2014
21. 11. 12. - 17:00
Haydn cinema this week (22 November – 28 November)
The following films are on at the English language Haydn Cinema on the Mariahilferstrasse between 22 November – 28 November.
THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN – PART 2: The volturi aim to find and kill Bella’s child, however not all vampires share their beliefs.
HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA: A getaway for monsters is invaded by an unsuspecting teenage boy, leading to all sorts of problems for the hotel’s habitats.
SKYFALL: Agent 007 is back, this time in order to protect M16, who are faced with a resurfacing threat from their past.
PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER: Fifteen-year-old Charlie is in a difficult situation as he begins his first year of high school. However, two seniors, Sam and Patrick, decide to help guide him through the difficulties of a teen’s life.
CLOUD ATLAS: The past, the present, and the future are all connected. The lives of six individuals are intertwined, as they shape each other’s destinies.
ARGO: A daring hostage extraction operation in Iran is disguised as a film project.
DEADFALL: Two siblings are on the run after a failed casino heist, while an ex-boxer meets his family for thanksgiving.
MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE’S MOST WANTED: The four companions find themselves in Europe, as they try to go back to Big Apple. Joining a traveling circus, they begin a new adventure.
All films are digital.
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 16:00 18:15 20:30
Hotel Transylvania 3D 16:00
Skyfall 17:40 20:20
Perks of Being a Wallflower 16:00 18:00
Cloud Atlas 15:45 20:00
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 15:00 18:15 20:20 22:40
Skyfall 15:20 18:20 21:00
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted 3D 15:00
Hotel Transylvania 3D 16:40
Cloud Atlas 15:00 20:30
Deadfall 17:10 21:00 22:45
Perks of Being a Wallflower 19:00
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 14:00 16:10 18:20 20:30
Skyfall 15:00 17:40 20:20
Perks of Being a Wallflower 16:10 18:00
Cloud Atlas 14:00 20:00
Deadfall 14:20 17:00 21:00
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 15:40 18:00 20:30
Skyfall 17:50 20:15
Cloud Atlas 15:00 20:00
Argo 15:30 17:45
Perks of Being a Wallflower 15:00 18:45
Deadfall 17:00 20:45
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What is on at Haydn Kino this week? (24 April - 30 April)
The following films are on at the English language cinema Haydn Kino on Mariahilfestrasse between 24 April and 30 April:
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Russia could soon begin constructing their South Stream gas pipeline in Austria after meetings were held this week with Gazprom.
Poacher in Vienna shoots five deer with bow and arrow
A poacher is suspected to have killed five animals in Vienna using a bow and arrow, a hunting weapon that is forbidden throughout Austria.
Czech firm in the proverbial over dung parcel terror alert in Austria
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Model helicopter chops up owner
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