Regal Cinema Melton: Film guide April 16 to 23

Liam Neeson stars in dark action thriller Run All Night. Picture: PA Photo/Warner Bros/Myles Aronowitz EMN-150904-152850004
Liam Neeson stars in dark action thriller Run All Night. Picture: PA Photo/Warner Bros/Myles Aronowitz EMN-150904-152850004
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LAST SHOWINGS: The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG). Today at 4pm. NT Live: The Hard Problem. Today at 7pm.

Run All Night (15). Dark action thriller. Retired hitman Jimmy Conlon (Liam Neeson) kills the son of his former colleague Maguire (Harris) to save his own son Mike. When Maguire vows vengeance, Conlon and Mike go on the run. A brutal game of cat-and-mouse ensues, attracting the attentions of Detective Harding (Vincent D’Onofrio) who has been after Conlon for decades. Friday at 6pm, Saturday at 8.15pm.

The Divergent Series: Insurgent (12A). Thrilling sequel to Divergent, Tris Prior (Shailen Woodley) and her allies are on the run from the despotic faction Erudite. Tris and company face seemingly impossible challenges while attempting to unlock past secrets and ultimately save their world. Friday at 8.30pm, Saturday at 5.30pm, Sunday at 7pm

Into The Woods (PG). Based on Stephen Sondheim’s stage musical, Into The Woods brings together the heroes of many fairy tales – including Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood (with Johnny Depp as the Wolf) – in a tale about a baker and his wife who have been cursed by a witch (Meryl Streep). Saturday at 2.45pm, next Thursday at 6pm.

Shaun The Sheep Movie (U). Based on the beloved TV series, Shaun The Sheep Movie is the latest stop-motion extravaganza from Aardman Animations (Wallace and Gromit). Shaun must rescue the farmer from the big city after getting into a bit of a pickle with a caravan and a very steep hill. Sunday at 1.45pm, Tuesday at 5pm.

Bolshoi Live: Ivan le Terrible. Recently revived, Ivan the Terrible is an essential part of the company’s repertoire, a 20th-century classic and a wonderful theatrical experience. Sunday at 4pm.

The Theory of Everything (12A). Profound and moving film telling the true story of the romance between Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones) and Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) in 1960s Cambridge, and of how they faced up to his motor neurone disease. Monday at 6pm, Wednesday at 8.30pm.

Kingsman: The Secret Service (15). An elite band of intelligence agents headed by Harry Hart (Colin Firth) take on the dastardly Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson). Jaw-dropping gadgets, flamboyant sets, tremendous wit and style, and a classy cast to make spy movies fun again. Monday at 8.45pm, Tuesday ay 7pm.

Cake (15). Jennifer Aniston is a revelation as Claire, angry and badly scarred after a car crash. Darkly fascinated by the suicide of a member of her support group, she begins an affair with the grieving widower and is then forced to face her own demons. Wednesday at 6pm, next Thursday at 8.45pm.