Men In Black: International (M)
This fourth film in the franchise comes seven years after the third and now stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson in the leads along with Liam Neeson and Emma Thompson in supporting roles. This time, as well as alien attacks, the MIB must tackle a mole in their organisation.
The orphaned John Ronald Reul Tolkien (Nicholas Hoult) - later to become an academic and author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings - befriends a group of fellow artists and writers at school, finding inspiration and courage. The film also deals with his harrowing experiences in World War I and his romance with Edith Bratt (Lily Collins). Colm Meaney and Derek Jacobi are also in the cast.
Wild Rose (M)
After a period in jail during which her mother (Julie Walters) looked after her two children, free-spirited Glasgow musician Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley) decides to pursue her dream of becoming a star in the competitive country music capital of Nashville.
All My Sons
This performance of Arthur Miller's post-World War II drama stars Bill Pullman and Sally Field as Joe and Kate Keller, who seem to be a success story: they have built a home, raised two sons and run a thriving business. But it becomes apparent all is not as it seems as the effects of the war and of a business decision Joe made become clear. National Theatre Live, Dendy, Saturday and Sunday at 1pm. dendy.com.au.