The Secret Life Of Pets (U) Today at 3.45pm and 6pm.
Now You See Me 2 (12A) Today at 8.15pm.
Ice Age: Collision Course (Cert TBC) In the fifth entry in the beloved animated franchise, Scrat’s (Wedge) quest for a mysterious acorn takes him beyond the Earth’s atmosphere, where an innocent mistake triggers dangerous consequences. To avert disaster, Buck (Pegg), Sid (John Leguizamo), Diego (Denis Leary), Shira (Lopez) and the rest of the quirky animal gang embark on a series of wild adventures which involve thrills, spills, whacky stunts and a bunch of new friends. Friday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 3.45pm, Saturday at 1.30pm and 3.45pm, Sunday at 2.45pm and Tuesday at 1pm and 3.15pm.
Absolutely Fabulous (15) Twenty-four years after Eddy (Saunders) and Patsy (Lumley) first tottered onto our screens, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie arrives. In the face of a media firestorm after an attempt to schmooze Kate Moss goes spectacularly awry, PR agent Eddy and magazine editor Patsy escape to their spiritual home – the French Riviera. Thankfully, their luxurious new lifestyle doesn’t prevent us getting reacquainted with the show’s old favourites, plus there are A-list cameos aplenty – everyone from legends such as Dame Joan Collins and Jerry Hall to fashion designer Stella McCartney and X-Factor star Rylan – which help make this a comedy cocktail brighter than a Tequila Sunrise. Friday at 6pm, Saturday at 8.45pm, Sunday at 5pm and 7.30pm, Monday at 8.15pm, Tuesday at 7.45pm, Wednesday at 8.30pm and Thursday at 6pm and 8.30pm.
Gods Of Egypt (12A) The cradle of civilisation receives a mighty pounding in this rollicking yarn. The god Osiris is about to crown his son Horus (Coster-Waldau) as Egypt’s new monarch. Horus’s ruthless uncle Set (Butler) seizes the throne, killing Osiris and enslaving the Egyptian citizenry. Horus must join forces with his mortal pals Bek (Thwaites) and Zaya (Courtney Eaton) to save his people. Friday at 8.30pm and Saturday at 6pm.
Golden Years (12A) This enjoyable caper movie follows Arthur and Martha Goode (Hill and McKenna), who face a bleak retirement when their pension is drained by greedy bankers. The pair and their friends decide to get their own back on the banks by raiding rural branches, pursued by two bumbling detectives. Something of a post-financial crash Ealing comedy, Golden Years resonates with both divine retribution and great good humour. Monday at 6pm and Tuesday at 8.30pm.
Discover Arts: St Peter’s And The Papal Basilicas of Rome Wednesday at 6pm.