Review: The Boss Baby (U)

A virtuoso vocal performance from Alec Baldwin as a tyrannical infant, who wears a black business suit, carries a briefcase and pulls the wool over the eyes of his sleep-deprived adult handlers, almost carries Tom McGrath's colourful computer-animated fantasy to full term.

Review: Table 19 (12A)

Marriage is no laughing matter - indeed, it seldom warrants a smile - in director Jeffrey Blitz's laboured comedy of errors about a motley crew of self-consciously quirky strangers, who are seated together on the 'randoms' table at a wedding reception.

CHiPs (15)

Originally broadcast in the late 1970s, CHiPs was a lightweight police procedural drama that ran for six series and chronicled the exploits of two motorcycle officers from the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

Review: Life (15)

If cinema's most exquisite killing machine - the acid-blooded alien from Ridley Scott's seminal 1979 sci-fi horror - had been unleashed on stricken Sandra Bullock in her disintegrating Gravity space station, the resulting carnage would bear more than a passing resemblance to Life.

Allied (15)

With a protracted opening sequence set in 1942 French Morocco, Robert Zemeckis' old-fashioned espionage thriller explicitly doffs its fedora to the film Casablanca and a bygone era of sweeping romances.