May 23 - May 30 2013
Epic 3D: from the creators of Ice age and Rio a CG action-adventure comedy telling the story of an ongoing battle deep in the forest between the forces of good who keep the natural world alive and the forces of evil who wish to destroy it with Amanda Seyfried, Josh Hutcherson, Colin Farrell and Christoph Waltz among the voice talent (Cert U, Odeon, Cineworld, Vue).
The Eye of the Storm: veteran Australian director Fred Schepisi. adapts his fellow countryman Patrick White’s novel iwith Geoffrey Rush and Judy Davis as the estranged son and daughter convening at the deathbed.of their formidable mother, played by Charlotte Rampling and their attempts to reconcile with her. reduce them from worldly sophistication to floundering adolescence (Cert 15, Showroom).
Everybody has a Plan: Viggo Mortensen as a middle-aged paeditrician so desperate to abandon his frustrating life in Buenos Aires he seizes the opportunity presented by the death of his twin brother to assume his identity and start a new life in the countryside where he finds himself unwillingly drawn into his brother’s dangerous criminal underworld (Cert 15, Showroom).
THE HANGOVER PART III: in the third and final chapter of Todd Phillips’s alcohol- and drug-fuelled bender, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) suffers a mental breakdown in the aftermath of his father’s death so the rest of the Wolfpack, Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms) and Doug (Justin Bartha), agree to drive him for treatment in a medical facility but once they hit the road it’s trouble all the way (Cert 15, Odeon, Cineworld, Vue).
Something in the Air: rites of passage drama written and directed by Olivier Assayas unfolds in the aftermath of the May 1968 riots and centres on Gilles (Clement Metayer) an aspiring painter, who is torn between his radical commitment and his personal ambitions and after romantic encounters and artistic discoveries in Italy and then London finds he has to make definitive choices in order to find his place in these turbulent times (Cert 15, Showroom).