Regal Cinema Melton: Film guide February 11 to 18 - Melton Times

Reynaldo Pacheco, Dominic Flores, Sandra Bullock and Ann Dowd PHOTO: PA Photo/Patti Perret/Warner Bros
Reynaldo Pacheco, Dominic Flores, Sandra Bullock and Ann Dowd PHOTO: PA Photo/Patti Perret/Warner Bros
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The Danish Girl (15)

Today and Wednesday at 6pm.

Bridge Of Spies (12A)

Today at 8.45pm.

Our Brand Is Crisis (15)

Hotshot strategist ‘Calamity’ Jane Bodine (Bullock) has been in retirement since the scandal that earned her nickname. But she gets back into the game for a chance to finally beat her bitter rival, Pat Candy (Thornton), who has taken a job coaching the opposition candidate in the Bolivian presidential elections. With her unpopular new boss trailing in the polls, and with gloves-off, no-holds-barred cynicism shaping both sides of the campaign, Jane gradually begins to understand that there’s more at stake in Bolivia than her personal pride. Equally at home with both the comic twists and the touching drama of Peter Straughan’s (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) screenplay, Bullock turns in an effortlessly graceful performance, while the snakelike Thornton provides the perfect foil. Friday and Monday at 6pm and Saturday at 8.45pm.

Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie (U)

Lovingly co-scripted by his son Craig and grandson Bryan, Charles M. Schulz’s endearing cartoon characters’ adventures are brought to the big screen in a well-balanced blend of nostalgia and state-ofthe-art 3D animation by director Steve Martino (Ice Age: Continental Drift). The voice cast is pitch-perfect, with Noah Schnapp as Charlie Brown, Hadley Belle Miller as his sometime girlfriend and five-cent shrink Lucy, and archive recordings of the late Bill Melendez as both Charlie’s faithful hound and his ever-corrective feathered friend, Woodstock. Besides kite-flying, Charlie’s ambitions are, as always, directed at his arch-enemy the Red Baron, but he is now considerably distracted by his romantic yearning for the new girl at school, Frieda (Francesca Capaldi). Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 3.45pm and Tuesday at 2.45pm.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (12A) Friday at 8.30pm, Saturday at 2.45pm and 5.45pm, Sunday at 2pm and 7.15pm, Monday at 8.30pm, Tuesday at 5pm, Wednesday and Thursday at 8.45pm.

When Harry Met Sally (15)

Sunday at 5pm.