Regal Cinema Melton: Film guide July 7 to 14 - Melton Times

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows 
PHOTO: PA Photo/Paramount Pictures
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows PHOTO: PA Photo/Paramount Pictures

Branagh Theatre Live: Romeo and Juliet Thursday at 7.15pm

Eddie The Eagle (PG) Friday at 6.00pm

Eye In The Sky (15) Monday at 8.15pm

Warcraft: The Beginning (12A) It’s dominated the computer gaming world for over 20 years, and now Warcraft finally erupts onto the big screen. Source Code’s highly imaginative co-writer/director Duncan Jones, a cast of familiar characters and some intriguing new twists ensure massive fantasy success. Friday at 8.30pm and Saturday at 5.30pm.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (12A) The wacky amphibian anti-superheroes return to vanquish villains in Out Of The Shadows. They must save the world from the evil Shredder (Brian Tee) and some of his new henchmen, and tackle another threat in the form of supervillain and old foe Krang. Fortunately the Turtles are up to the task, ably assisted by rat mentor Splinter and glamorous newshound April O’Neil (Fox) in this explosive, wryly humorous caper. Saturday at 3pm and Sunday at 3.30pm.

McIndoe (Charity Screening) This documentary follows celebrated sculptor Martin Jennings making a statue of World War II hero, Sir Archibald McIndoe. A pioneering burns surgeon, McIndoe rebuilt the faces of hundreds of pilots shot down in the Battle Of Britain. As the figure of Archie comes to life, so too does the story of this charismatic man. Sunday at 6pm.

Discover Arts: Leonardo Da Vinci.

Wednesday at 6pm.

Learning To Drive (15) Left by her husband (Jake Weber) for the predictable ‘younger model’, distraught Wendy (Clarkson, One Day, Vicky Cristina Barcelona) staggers out into the Manhattan street and hails a cab. The cab driver is Darwan (Kingsley), who offers her courteous sympathy – and then, more usefully, turns out to be able to solve another of her problems. Wendy cannot now visit her daughter in distant Vermont without a hubby behind the wheel, but Darwan moonlights as a driving instructor. Working with a deft screenplay by Sarah Kernochan (What Lies Beneath), director Isabel Coixet gently builds trust and intimacy between these two unlikely friends, avoiding romantic entanglement while also developing subplots involving Darwan’s arranged marriage, America’s treatment of illegal immigrants, and Wendy’s fling with a virtual stranger. Monday and Thursday at 6pm and Tuesday at 2pm.

Love & Friendship (U) With no redeeming virtues other than saucy charm and truly Wildean wit, Susan Vernon (Beckinsale) decamps to her sister-in-law Catherine’s elegant country estate to escape the adverse effects of a scandal and secure a replacement for her recently deceased husband. Quickly starting an affair with Catherine’s much younger brother (Xavier Samuel, Fury), Susan fears that the unexpected arrival of her own wayward daughter (Morfydd Clark, Madame Bovary) will thwart her plans, and so she embarks on dastardly machinations – some involving her equally duplicitous old friend Alicia (Sevigny). Thursday at 8.15pm.