Regal Cinema Melton: Film guide June 2 to 9 - Melton Times

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Robinson Crusoe (PG) On a tiny exotic island, Tuesday, an outgoing parrot, lives with his quirky animal friends. They find a strange creature on the beach: Robinson Crusoe. This fun-packed adventure follows their escapades as they defend the paradise from two savage cats.

Today at 3.30pm.

Captain America: Civil War (12A)

The third Captain America adventure finds the Avengers locked in mortal combat – with each other. Iron Man (Downey Jnr), Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Scarlet Witch (Olsen) and more go head-tohead.

Today at 5.45pm.

Our Kind Of Traitor (15)

While holidaying in Morocco, British couple Perry and Gail (McGregor, Harris) befriend a Russian businessman. But when he pressures them to deliver information to MI6, the couple are led into a murky and dangerous world in this taut adaptation of John le Carré’s

bestseller.

Today at 8.45pm.

The Jungle Book (PG) When the tiger Shere Khan (Elba) decrees that humans are no longer welcome in the jungle, human boy Mowgli sets off with Bagheera the panther (Kingsley) and Baloo the bear (Murray) to find a new home. Friday at 3.30pm and 6pm, Saturday at 3pm and 5.30pm and Sunday at 2.30pm and 5pm.

Eye In The Sky (15) An action thriller loaded with agonising moral dilemmas, Eye In The Sky is a nerve-shredding account of a top-secret operation to capture a group of terrorists in Kenya. Military intelligence officer Colonel Powell (Mirren) argues that a drone strike may prevent an imminent terrorist attack. But when a little girl wanders into the kill zone, the US-based drone pilot (Paul) is loath to pull the trigger. Friday at 8.30pm, Monday at 6pm and Thursday at 8.30pm.

Florence Foster Jenkins (PG) In 1909, at the age of 41, Florence Foster Jenkins (Streep) received an inheritance that enabled her to realise her

operatic ambitions. Undeterred by her

total inability to sing, she gave private

recitals and embarked on a notorious

musical career, managed and indulged

by caddish British actor St Clair Bayfield (Grant). Stephen Frears (Philomena) fashions an amusing and often

poignant biopic of a woman driven by

self-deceit. Sunday at 7.30pm and Thursday at 6pm.

Green Room (18) Saturday at 8pm and Monday at 8.30pm.

Battle Mountain (12A) Tuesday at 7.45pm.

RSC Live: Hamlet Wednesday at 7pm.