Wed 9 Mar
- Directed by: Enrique Gato
- Cast: Dani Rovira, Michelle Jenner, Carme Calvell
When villainous energy magnate Richard Carson concerns the quality associated with initial moon landing, the battle is on for NASA to return on moon and stop Carson rewriting history. Despite a promising theme, this lame CG adventure is without laughs, some ideas or allure and simply about scrapes by on great motives.
Thu 17 Mar
- Directed by: Christian Ditter
- Cast: Dakota Johnson, Alison Brie, Leslie Mann, Rebel Wilson
This female-fronted comedy about life and love is set in new york. When Alice (Johnson) is faced with singledom, Robin (Wilson) teaches the woman simple tips to let her hair down. The movie uses their particular friendship, plus the tales of Meg (Mann), just who helps make the choice getting expecting via an anonymous sperm donor, and Lucy (Brie), a female obsessed with online dating sites. Eventually, it leaves you wanting more Mann (so hilarious is her performance), although the message of self-love is welcome and well-receieved.
Thu 10 Mar
- Directed by: Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Alessandro Carloni
- Cast: Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Dustin Hoffman, Lucy Liu, Seth Rogen, Jackie Chan, David Cross, James Hong, Randall Duk Kim, Rebel Wilson, Bryan Cranston, JK Simmons
When Master Shifu (Hoffman) retires, Po (Black) is nonplussed to be promoted to teacher-trainer; after that demon liquid buffalo Kai (Simmons) begins increasing a zombie military and Po is reunited together with dad (Cranston)! Black is as lovable as previously, and with the exemplary cast, frantic activity, picture gags, cute infant pandas and stunning impacts, it really is a pity the script is a bit humdrum.
- Directed by: Fredrik Bond
- Cast: Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Aaron Eckhart
If the funeral of an Uk Prime Minister is attacked by terrorists, secret-service agent Mike Banning (Butler) launches himself into the line of fire and it is unfortuitously maybe not killed. Butler does the action-man/asshole schtick in London this time around, aided by the filmmakers dolloping on additional xenophobia, racial stereotypes and right-wing tub-thumping.