THE final week of Victoria and Abdul is upon us ladies and gentlemen, so before we bid adieu to this wonderfully extraordinary true story of the most unlikely friendship, we have plenty of screenings left for you to choose from.

And from one of the most famous bonds, to perhaps one of the bitterest of rivalries in sporting history, we bring you: Borg McEnroe. It's a story with characters so perfectly written, you couldn't possibly make it up. In one corner, we have Bjorn Borg, who entered the 1980 Wimbledon championship with four consecutive wins behind him, and whose naturally calming presence under pressure earned him the cool nickname "Ice Man". In the opposite corner stands tall his rival John McEnroe, a volatile young American, whose reputation for outbursts of rage both on and off the tennis court was famous to say the least, but this didn't stop him from being one of the greatest players in history. And it must be said, the leading actors look haunting accurate to their respective tennis stars.

In what was arguably, the greatest tennis match we have ever witnessed, both of these titanic, exceptional players were brought together in the 1980 Wimbledon final. Their journeys to this point are explored in this insightful drama, as we see two very different sides to these equally polarising men. Perhaps you remember seeing this epic match the first time around, maybe you just want to see McEnroe's catchphrase: "You cannot be serious" belted out on the big screen, then Borg McEnroe is definitely the film for you!

Ever wondered what your emoji get up to while in your phone? Well in this weekend's Kids' Club, we find out just that in The Emoji Movie. Each emoji has only one facial expression, except for Gene, an exuberant emoji with multiple expressions. Determined to become "normal" like the other emojis, Gene enlists the help of his best friend Hi-5 and a notorious code breaker called Jailbreak to find his own emotion.

Evie Myers