In Cinemas 21 September 2012
This week’s new releases include Untouchable, Killing Them Softly, Savages, Inbred, Tower Block, Raiders Of The Lost Ark (re-release) and the first Globe On Screen production this year, All’s Well That Ends Well.
This utterly charming French story of a paraplegic millionaire and his new carer is joyful cinema at close to its very best. Having conquered the globe, becoming the most-viewed French film outside of France ever, it has now been put forward to represents its country at the 2013 Academy Awards in the ‘Best Foreign Language Film’ category.
Killing Them Softly
Brad Pitt stars in this noir crime drama from director Andrew Dominik (The Assassination Of Jesse James, Chopper). After two rookie crooks knock over a gambling den, taking $100,000 with them, Pitt is hired to track them down.
Director Oliver Stone’s first film since 2008′s W. stars Aaron Johnson and Taylor Kitsch as two cannabis farmers whose mutual girlfriend, Blake Lively, is kidnapped by a drug cartel.
This utterly bonkers and brutal horror (you will see what we mean in the trailer below) tells the story of four young offenders who take a trip to a remote, secular Yorkshire village. Bloody carnage ensues when the locals take exception to the new arrivals.
A group of residents of a high rise, dubbed Tower Block 31, find themselves being picked off by a sniper, having witnessed a murder a year previous. Will they manage to escape?
Raiders Of The Lost Ark (re-release)
The original Indiana Jones film is back in cinemas, for the first time ever in IMAX.
All’s Well That Ends Well
The first in a new season of filmed productions from Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is this classic comedy from the bard himself.
Nick Love’s reworking of the classic British cop drama stars Ray Winstone and Ben Drew (Plan B) as Flying Squad detectives Jack Regan and George Carter. Expect plenty of high-octane car chases, punch-ups, gun fights and painfully London accents. Hayley Atwell, Damian Lewis and Steven Mackintosh also feature.
This horror-themed stop-motion animation follows a young boy called Norman Babcock who can communicate with the dead. Having worked on the art department for Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride as well as Coraline, Chris Butler has now penned his first screenplay feature, which he has directed along with Sam Fell.