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Wolverine is sent back in time to change the course of history in this ambitious time-travelling thrill-ride which balances humour and action.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
X-Men: Days of Future Past (12A) 4pm Fri 25 & Sat 26 July
Ken Loach’s period-drama about Jimmy Gralton who, in 1921, built a dance hall on a rural crossroads in Ireland leaves you with a rousing sense of joy, injustice and hope.
Jimmy's Hall (12A) 8pm Sat 26 & Sun 27 July
Everyone’s favourite postie makes it to the big screen! Pat surprises everyone when he enters a TV talent show – but will the lure of money and fame tempt him to leave Greendale?
Postman Pat: The Movie
Postman Pat: The Movie (U) 4pm Sun 27 July
A beautiful, animated fictionalised biography of Horikoshi Jiro, the aviation engineer who designed the Zero fighter plane used by Japan in WWII.
The Wind Rises (Kaze tachinu)
The Wind Rises (Kaze tachinu) (PG) 8pm Mon 28 July
In this playful sci-fi thriller set in the near-future, Cruise finds himself living a battle with invading aliens over and over again until he finds the key to humanity’s future.
Edge of Tomorrow
Edge of Tomorrow (12A) 8pm Fri 1 Aug, 4pm Sat 2 Aug
A combination of Jane Austen-style romance and socially conscious drama that elegantly deals with issues of race and slavery as well as marriage and class.
Belle (12A) 8pm Sat 2 Aug, 8pm Sun 3 Aug
Cinema of Childhood
Films about childhood take us on fantastic voyages: E.T. is a magical bike ride, The Jungle Book shows us the bare necessities, and Miyazaki’s films are animated dreamscapes. Beyond these classics, there’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known, but just as brilliant.READ MORE