Situated along the coast of North Wales, West Point Beach Resort is blessed with a beautiful location and also many nearby attractions and activities for people of all ages to enjoy. One such attraction is the fantastic Galeri Caernarfon: the place to be if you fancy some cinema this month.
Whether you’re with the young ones, on a date or just relaxing by yourself, any of these great films are sure to excite and delight you. From giant lizards to talking parrots, here’s what to get stuck into:
Rio 2 – 22nd of July – 1100, 1400, 1800
The sequel to the smash hit 2011 film, Rio 2 sees the return of Blu & friends as they try and traverse the Amazonian rainforest.
With plenty of A-listers lending their voices to the animated picture, there will be lots for the youngsters to enjoy as it plays through the day on the 22nd of July.
Godzilla – 23rd of July – 1100, 1400, 1930
The early monster hit of the summer comes to Galeri Caernarfon and is sure to make its presence known.
You all know the story of Godzilla but Gareth Edwards’ modern reimagining puts an updated spin on the giant lizard. Might not be suitable for children of all ages thanks to scenes of destruction aplenty.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 – 1st of August – 1100, 1400
Five years have passed since the events of the original film and Hiccup & co seem to be living prosperously with their new favourite dragons. However, two strangers threaten the peace of Dale and its inhabitants which leads to an almighty finale.
Suitable for children but there are some scary scene so caution is advised.
Calvary – 13th of August – 1400, 1930
A film far more grounded in reality than the others covered so far, Calvary stars the indomitable Brendan Gleeson as a priest who is threatened during confession.
With a star turn from Gleeson and a dark subject matter, this one is just for the grownups on the 13th of August.
X-Men: Days of Future Past – 27th of August – 1400, 1930
Your last chance to catch some mutant action in cinemas, Days of Future Past has been acclaimed as the best X-Men in many years with original director back in the director’s chair.
With scenes of violence and bad language, this might be unsuitable for children aged under 12.
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