Niagara Cinemas, Niagara Falls

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Niagara Square

7555 Montrose Road Niagara Falls, ON, L2H 2E9 (905) 357-1900 Nearby Mall: Niagara Square Shopping Centre

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The Star Poster

The Star

(G, Family, 86 min) RatingRating: 4.20 Watch Trailer

Regular Showtimes (CC / DVS)

Sun, Nov 19:
  • 12:00pm
  • 2:20pm
  • 4:40pm
  • 6:50pm
  • 9:10pm
A Bad Moms Christmas Poster

A Bad Moms Christmas

(14A, Comedy, 101 min) RatingRating: 2.22 Watch Trailer

Regular Showtimes (CC)

Sun, Nov 19:
Bolshoi Ballet: The Taming of the Shrew Poster

Bolshoi Ballet: The Taming of the Shrew

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Regular Showtimes

Sun, Nov 19:
  • 12:55pm
Daddy's Home 2 Poster

Daddy's Home 2

(PG, Comedy, 100 min) RatingRating: 3.16 Watch Trailer

Regular Showtimes (CC)

Sun, Nov 19:
Justice League Poster

Justice League

(PG, Action/Adventure, 120 min) RatingRating: 4.14 Watch Trailer

Regular Showtimes (CC / DVS)

Sun, Nov 19:
  • 12:20pm
  • 3:30pm
  • 6:30pm
  • 9:20pm

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3D / Ultra AVX Showtimes

Sun, Nov 19:
Murder on the Orient Express Poster

Murder on the Orient Express

(PG, Thriller, 114 min) RatingRating: 4.40 Watch Trailer

Regular Showtimes (CC)

Sun, Nov 19:
Thor: Ragnarok Poster

Thor: Ragnarok

(PG, Action/Adventure, 130 min) RatingRating: 4.22 Watch Trailer

Regular Showtimes (CC)

Sun, Nov 19:
  • 3:40pm

3D Showtimes (CC)

Sun, Nov 19:
Wonder Poster

Wonder

(PG, Drama, 113 min) RatingRating: 3.52 Watch Trailer

Regular Showtimes (CC / DVS)

Sun, Nov 19:

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Niagara Cinemas, Niagara Falls

When tourists and Niagara residents are taking a break from the sightseeing and slots at the nearby Fallsview Casino, odds are good that they’re visiting the Niagara Square shopping centre. A 10-screen multiplex is located across the street, and screens both first-run films alongside special screenings of concerts and theatrical performances. The theatre first opened as a three-screen cinema in the late 1970s before it was rebuilt and rebranded in 1999 to become the region’s biggest theatre, holding more than 2,500 seats in state-of-the-art auditoriums.