Regal Cinema Melton: May 7 to 14

Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds in Woman in Gold at Melton next week.  Picture: PA Photo/Robert Viglasky/The Weinstein Company EMN-150430-162200004
Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds in Woman in Gold at Melton next week. Picture: PA Photo/Robert Viglasky/The Weinstein Company EMN-150430-162200004
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LAST SHOWINGS: Still Alice (12A). Tonight at 6pm. The Water Diviner (15). Tonight at 8.15pm.

Woman in Gold (12A). Woman in Gold stars Helen Mirren as Jewish émigrée Maria Altmann whose aunt was the subject of the famous eponymous portrait by Gustav Klimt which was seized by the Nazis and hung in a Vienna gallery after the war. Convinced the painting is her rightful inheritance, Altmann and young lawyer (Ryan Reynolds) confront many obstacles in pursuit of natural justice. Directed by Simon Curtis (My Week With Marilyn) and penned by noted playwright Alexi Kaye Campbell and with sterling support from Charles Dance, Daniel Brühl and Jonathan Pryce. Friday and Saturday at 6pm, Sunday at 8pm, Monday at 8.30pm, Tuesday at 2pm and 5pm, Wednesday at 6pm.

Fast and Furious 7 (12A). Finally returned, in the most spectacular airborne fashion, to their California home turf after exile abroad, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew face off against drift king Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) and his gang in the latest episode of this ultra-intense, tyre-squealing franchise. Friday and Saturday at 8.30pm, Sunday at 5pm, Wednesday at 8.30pm.

Home (U). Tip (Rihanna) is a canny teenager who managed to avoid capture when the world was conquered by aliens. She accidentally befriends Oh (Jim Parsons), a rascally young alien outcast, and the pair set out on a fun, action-packed road trip. Saturday at 3.45pm, Sunday at 2.45pm.

X+Y (15). Nathan (Asa Butterfield) is a shy schoolboy on the autistic spectrum, gifted at maths but socially awkward. He lives with his sweet mother (Sally Hawkins), both of them still reeling from the sudden death of his father. When Nathan gets the chance to travel to Taiwan and compete in a junior maths contest, he must confront two new scenarios: mixing with other kids far from home, and not always being the smartest person in the room. A simple, subtle and engaging tale with superb performances, strong characters and an undercurrent of affectionate humour. Monday at 6pm, Tuesday at 7.30pm.

NT Live: Man and Superman. Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes plays Jack Tanner in this exhilarating reinvention of Shaw’s witty, provocative classic. Next Thursday at 7pm.