Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale star in fighting bipic The Fighter. Set in the 1980’s it follows ‘Irish’ Mickey Ward as he trains with his brother before going pro. Lavished with Oscar nominations, The Fighter is a must-see.
I Am Number Four
Quickly drawing comparisons with Twilight, I Am Number Four follows John Smith (Alex Pettyfer) as he struggles to avoid an evil alien race intent on his destruction. An alien himself, John begins to discover he holds immense powers. With three of his fellow aliens already dead, John is number four.
Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star in Oscar-nominated Rabbit Hole. Struggling to live a normal life after the death of their son, the couple must face their demons if they ever wish to move on with their lives. Consuming and powerful, Rabbit Hole manages to avoid being overly depressive, instead focusing on their attempts to regain normality.
West is West
The Khans return for the long-awaited sequel to the surprising smash hit East is East. Now out of his parker, the audience follows the experiences of George and Ella Khan’s youngest son, now fifteen, as he returns to Pakistan.
A remake of John Boulting’s 1947 film, Brighton Rock sports an impressive supporting cast that includes Helen Mirren, John Hurt and Andy Serkis. Its sixties setting offers an impressive backdrop for this timeless thriller.
Kristen Wiig stars in this refreshing comedy. Produced by Judd Apatow it follows the Wiig as she is asked to be maid of honour at her best friend’s wedding. Read our review here.