Seth Rogen and Jay Chou star in this querky crime fighting caper. Christoph Waltz, best known for his role in Inglorious Basterds, stars as the film’s villain. With bromance at the film’s heart, The Green Hornet is sure to delight Rogen fans. Click here to read our review.
A favourite with game fans, Tekken finally reaches television screens thanks to this movie adaptation. Read our review here.
Water For Elephants (4th May)
Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon star in this adaptation. After leaving his family behing to join the circus, Pattinson’s Jacob soon falls in love with his new life and the circus master’s wife. Read our review here.
The Tree of Life (4th May)
Having caused an abundance of rumours for months, The Tree of Life is finally set for release this week. Starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn, it follows the story of a 1950’s family. Centering it’s focus on eleven year old Jack, it sees him trying to understand the world around him, his childhood innocence soon giving way to life changing experiences with death and suffering.
Priest (6th May)
Paul Bettany and Karl Urban star in Priest – a religious film with a difference. Set in a alternate world, it follows one priest’s attempts to save his niece from the clutches of the evil vampire race. Having warred for centuries, the priest is all too aware of the fate that could be in store for his niece. Sure to please sci-fi fans, Priest is released this Friday.
Hanna (6th May)
Director Joe Wright brings us Hanna, a film that follows a 16 year old assassin set on a European mission by her father. Soon discovering secrets that shroud her life, Hanna is a must-see for fans of Bourne and Leon.