Eddie The Eagle (PG)
Today at 6pm.
The Hateful Eight (18)
Today at 8.30pm.
Tris (Woodley) is reunited with her loyal cohort, including brother Caleb (Ansel Elgort), boyfriend Four (Theo James), best gal pal Christina (Kravtiz) and the erratic Peter (Teller). They must escape beyond the massive wall that encircles Chicago to discover the shocking truth about what lies outside it. Friday at 8.30pm, Sunday at 2.15pm and Monday at 6pm.
Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG)
Saturday at 1.15pm.
Met Opera Live: Roberto Devereaux
Saturday at 5.15pm.
London Has Fallen (15)
Following the British Prime Minister’s mysterious death, the world’s heads of state converge on London for his funeral – thus providing an opportunity for a powerful terrorist called Barkawi to try to kill them all. In this seat-edging follow-up to Olympus Has Fallen, secret agent Mike Banning (Butler) must somehow deflect the numerous lethal attacks that Barkawi (Alon Aboutboul) gleefully deploys. Sunday at 7.30pm and Wednesday at 8.15pm.
The Finest Hours (12A)
February 1952: oil tanker the SS Pendleton is ripped in half in a vicious storm off America’s East Coast, leaving the crew marooned in its stern. Four members of the coastguard including Captain Webber (Pine) and Warrant Officer Cluff (Bana) are dispatched on a daring rescue mission. Director Craig Gillespie ramps up the tension as the two crews valiantly battle to overcome freezing temperatures, massive waves and human frailty in this true story. Monday at 8.15pm and Thursday at 6pm.
This riveting, crisply fashioned thriller centres on a CBS news investigation into George W. Bush’s military service record. During the 2004 presidential campaign, producer Mary Mapes (Blanchett) and anchorman Dan Rather (Redford) are tipped off that Bush dodged his patriotic duty in the Vietnam War. Mapes assembles an expert team to gather evidence about the allegations.
Dad’s Army (PG)
Tuesday at 5pm and Wednesday at 6pm.