In my professional life one of the things I do is counsel people on what media to use to deliver their message.
I always ask my clients, "How are people going to use this information? And not in some abstract 'to empower themselves' sense, but in the most concrete terms possible - is this something they are going to want to touch, to feel, to carry in their hands?"
When people are not rushed for time, they may indeed want to peruse thumbnail descriptions of films currently playing, in order to determine whether they want to see that particular film or not.
But when they are rushed for time, and they just want to see what time a particular film is playing in a particular theater, are they really going to want to fire up their computer, navigate to a website, and then sort on the appropriate data field?
I submit that from a basic information engineering perspective you have these two things pretty much completely reversed from the optimal. Keep bare-bones listing information in the print version, where it can be handy, convenient reference material. Put the more fleshed out, film-by-film listings on-line.
Just my $.02.