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DE­SPI­CA­BLE ME 3 | U | 110 MIN

Fri: 14.45, Sat: 14.45, Mon: 14.45, Tues: 14.45, Wed: 14.45, Thurs: 14.45 The an­i­mated film is pro­duced by Il­lu­mi­na­tion’s Chris Meledan­dri and Janet Healy, and ex­ec­u­tive pro­duced by Chris Re­naud. Join­ing Steve Carell and Kris­ten Wiig in De­spi­ca­ble Me 3 is Emmy, Tony and Grammy Award win­ner Trey Parker, co-cre­ator of Com­edy Cen­tral’s global phe­nom­e­non South Park and the Broad­way smash. 3D: Fri: 12.30, Sat: 12.30, Sun: 12.30, Mon: 12.30, Tues: 12.30, Wed: 12.30, Thurs: 12.30.

KIDS CLUB - DI­ARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL | U | 120 MIN

Sat: 11.30. Chil­dren’s Clas­sic. En­try £2. Greg con­vinces his fam­ily to take a road trip to at­tend his great grand­mother’s 90th birth­day as a cover for what he re­ally wants: to at­tend a nearby gamer con­ven­tion.

PI­RATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: SALAZAR’S RE­VENGE | 12A | 149 MIN

Fri: 14.45, Mon: 14.45, Tues: 14.15, Wed: 14.15, Thurs: 14.15. Johnny Depp re­turns to the big screen as the iconic, swash­buck­ling anti-hero Jack Spar­row in the all-new “Pi­rates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Re­venge.” The rip-roar­ing ad­ven­ture finds down-on-his-luck Cap­tain Jack feel­ing the winds of ill-for­tune blow­ing strongly his way when deadly ghost sailors, led by the ter­ri­fy­ing Cap­tain Salazar (Javier Bar­dem), es­cape from the Devil’s Tri­an­gle bent on killing ev­ery pi­rate at sea—no­tably Jack.

SIL­VER SCREEN - AN­OTHER MOTHER’S SON | 12A | 123 MIN

Sun: 14.30 Sil­ver Screen­ing - Con­ces­sions (age 60+) en­try just £3! Based on the true story of Louisa Gould, the drama is set dur­ing World War II on the Nazi-oc­cu­pied is­land of Jer­sey. Lou took in an es­caped Rus­sian POW and hid him over the war’s course. The ten­sion mounts as it be­comes clear that Churchill will not risk an as­sault to re­cap­ture the Bri­tish soil, and the is­land-com­mu­nity spirit be­gins to fray un­der pres­sures of hunger, oc­cu­pa­tion and di­vided loy­alty.

SPI­DER-MAN: HOME­COM­ING | 12A | 153 MIN

Fri: 11.30, Sat: 13.45, Sun: 16.45, Mon: 11.30, Tues: 11.30, Wed: 11.30, Thurs: 11.30. A young Peter Parker/Spi­der-Man, who made his sen­sa­tional de­but in Cap­tain Amer­ica: Civil War, be­gins to nav­i­gate his new­found iden­tity as the web-sling­ing su­per­hero in Spi­der-Man: Home­com­ing. Thrilled by his ex­pe­ri­ence with the Avengers, Peter re­turns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, un­der the watch­ful eye of his new men­tor Tony Stark, Peter tries to fall back into his nor­mal daily rou­tine.

THE BEGUILED | 15 | 120 MIN

Fri: 20.00, Sat: 19.30, Sun: 19.30, Mon: 20.00, Tues: 20.00, Wed: 20.00, Thurs: 20.00 While im­pris­oned in a Con­fed­er­ate girls’ board­ing school, an in­jured Union sol­dier cons his way into each of the lonely women’s hearts, caus­ing them to turn on each other, and even­tu­ally, on him.

TRANS­FORM­ERS: THE LAST KNIGHT | 12A | 169 MIN

Fri: 17.00, Sat: 16.30, Sun: 11.30, Mon: 17.00, Tues: 17.00, Wed: 17.00, Thurs: 17.00. Op­ti­mus Prime find­ing his home planet, Cy­bertron, now a dead planet, which he comes to find he was re­spon­si­ble for killing. He finds a way to bring the planet back to life, but in or­der to do so he needs to find an ar­ti­fact, and that ar­ti­fact is on Earth .

WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES | 12A | 160 MIN

Fri: 20.15, Sat: 20.15, Sun: 14.30, Mon: 20.15, Tues: 20.15, Wed: 20.15, Thurs: 20.15. 3D: Fri: 17.15, Sat: 17.15, Sun: 17.15, Mon: 17.15, Tues: 17.15, Wed: 17.15, Thurs: 17.15. In War for the Planet of the Apes, the third chap­ter of the crit­i­cally ac­claimed block­buster fran­chise, Cae­sar and his apes are forced into a deadly con­flict with an army of hu­mans led by a ruth­less Colonel. Af­ter the apes suf­fer unimag­in­able losses, Cae­sar wres­tles with his darker in­stincts and be­gins his own mythic quest to avenge his kind.

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