SPECTRE (12A) Today at 5.45pm.
Brooklyn (12A) Today at 8.45pm.
Steve Jobs (15) Michael Fassbender stars as Apple’s charismatic but egotistical co-founder. Condensed into the span of three groundbreaking product launches, Boyle’s film shows Jobs fiercely pursuing his ambitions. In the process he alienates many of those close to him, including original Apple partner Steve Wozniak (Rogen), ex-girlfriend Chrisann (Katherine Waterston, Inherent Vice) and daughter Lisa. His chief sparring partners are his colleague Joanna Hoffman (Winslet) and John Sculley (Jeff Daniels), who was Apple’s CEO for ten critical years. Friday and Monday at 6pm, Saturday at 8.30pm, Tuesday at 1.15pm and 6pm and Thursday at 8.45pm.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (12A) The fourth episode of the mega-popular fantasy franchise finds Katniss Everdeen (Lawrence) leading her closest friends from District 13 – Gale (Hemsworth), Peeta (Hutcherson) and Finnick (Sam Claflin) – in a bold attempt to assassinate Panem’s autocratic President Snow (Donald Sutherland).
The long-repressed denizens may have won control of much of the futuristic landscape, but their rulers still have the power to ambush and trap the rebels in potentially deadly ways – not to mention all the major moral issues that must be contended with. As ever, Francis Lawrence uses his visionary skills to add a visually breathtaking lustre to screenwriters Peter Craig and Danny Strong’s imaginative adaptation of Suzanne Collins’s wildly successful teen novel. Woody Harrelson, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and Elizabeth Banks also co-star. Friday and Monday at 8.45pm, Saturday at 2.30pm and 5.30pm, Sunday at 6.45pm, Tuesday at 4pm and 8.45pm and Thursday at 5.45pm.
Bolshoi: The Lady Of The Camellias
Sunday at 3pm.
NT Live: Jane Eyre
Tuesday at 7pm.