Regal Cinema Melton: Film guide February 5 to 12

Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne in The Theory Of Everything. Picture: PA Photo/Universal Pictures EMN-150129-164447004

Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne in The Theory Of Everything. Picture: PA Photo/Universal Pictures EMN-150129-164447004

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LAST SHOWINGS: Testament of Youth (12A). Tonight at 5.30pm. Unbroken (15). Tonight at 8.15pm.

The Theory of Everything (12A). This moving film tells the story of the romance between Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones) and Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) in 1960s Cambridge. When Stephen discovers that he has motor neurone disease, he turns away from Jane in the hope of sparing her pain – but she has other ideas. Friday at 6pm, Saturday at 8.30pm, Sunday at 5pm, Monday at 8.30pm, Tuesday at 2.30pm and 5.15pm, next Thursday at 8.30pm.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (12A). Maverick winner of the 74th Hunger Games Katniss Everdeen (Lawrence) wakes up in District 13 a hero to Panem’s oppressed masses, and resolves to rescue her co-victor Peeta (Hutcherson). Friday at 8.45pm, Saturday at 5.45pm.

Paddington (PG). Arriving in London from his native Peru wearing a ‘Please Look After This Bear’ label, Paddington is befriended by Mr and Mrs Brown (Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins) and embarks on a series of delightful adventures. Saturday at 1.15pm and 3.30pm, Sunday at 12.30pm and 2.45pm.

The Imitation Game (12A). Benedict Cumberbatch portrays Alan Turing, the mathematical genius who broke Germany’s Enigma code during the Second World War, in a gripping race against time. Sunday at 7.45pm, Monday at 6pm, Tuesday at 11.30am and 8pm, Wednesday at 4.30pm, next Thursday at 6pm.

RSC Live: Love’s Labours Lost. Christopher Luscombe directs a pairing of two of Shakespeare’s most sparkling comedies, set in a splendid country house just before and just after the Great War. Wednesday at 7pm.