Spotlight (15) Today at 4pm.
NT Live: As You Like It Today at 7pm.
The Revenant (15) Saturday at 8.45pm and Sunday at 7.30pm.
The Lady in the Van Sunday at 5pm and Monday at 8.45pm.
Jonas Kaufmann: An Evening with Puccini Monday at 6pm.
Our Brand Is Crisis Tuesday at 2pm.
Bridge Of SpiesTuesday at 5pm.
NT Live: Hangmen Thursday at 7pm.
Room (15) Based on the Man Booker Prize-shortlisted novel by Emma Donoghue, who also wrote the screenplay, Lenny Abrahamson’s (Frank, What Richard Did) latest tells the story of Ma (Larson) and her son Jack (Tremblay, giving an astonishing performance). Friday at 6pm, Tuesday at 8pm and Wednesday at 6pm.
Creed (12A) Sylvester Stallone makes a Rocky Balboa comeback in this, his seventh outing. This time Rocky is reluctantly training youngster Adonis Johnson (Jordan), son of his erstwhile rival Apollo Creed. There’s also some romance between Adonis and aspiring actor Bianca (Thompson, Selma) – about whom Rocky has his doubts – and needless to say, much visceral fight action. Friday at 8.45pm and Saturday at 5.45pm.
Capture The Flag (PG) Claiming that he owns the mineral rights on the moon, power-crazy tycoon Richard Carson hatches a dastardly plan to fly there and destroy all evidence of the Apollo landings. In animation wizard Enrique Gato’s enjoyable romp, NASA sends a rocket to the moon to foil Carson’s plot, but it accidentally takes off with 12-year-old Mike Goldwing and his plucky friend Amy on board. Their journey pits them against Carson’s huge industrial spacecraft and the perils of intergalactic travel. Saturday at 1.15pm, and Sunday at 2.45pm.
Labyrinth (U) (A David Bowie Tribute). Frustrated with babysitting on yet another weekend night, Sarah (Connelly) summons the Goblins from her favourite book, Labyrinth, to take her baby stepbrother away. When little Toby actually disappears, she must follow him into the world of the fairy tale to rescue him. Combining music, adventure, comedy and fantasy, this beloved family film boasts an incredible cast created by the Jim Henson Creature Shop, plus the wonderful David Bowie in the role of the Goblin King. Saturday at 3.30pm.