Starring: Toni Servillo
Ropman director Paolo Sorrentino is following in the footsteps of Fellini as a great auteur. This film is already being called a masterpiece. Italian with subtitles.
Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy
Curtis lovers will ooh and ahh at this latest (some say his last) directorial project.
Starring: Daniel Brühl, Chris Hemsworth and Olivia Wilde
It’s glamorous, it’s dangerous and it’s exciting. What more do you want from a film?
Starring: Naomi Watts, Naveen Andrews
Watts won an Oscar nomination for her role in last year’s The Impossible about the Boxing Day tsunami, but the jury is out on this one...
A medley of animation that strips away the blockbuster elements of Hollywood to reveal just good old plain storytelling.
The Great Beauty (15)
Playboy Jep should have been a great novelist but he has only published one novel and frittered his 65 years on partying. This is the story of the day he goes in search of enlightenment.
About Time (12A)
Diffident shy young Englishman meets confident American beauty in Richard Curtis’s latest romcom. It could be Love Actually and Four Weddings rolled into one, except the hero can time travel.
Frost/Nixon’s director and scriptwriter have collaborated again on this story about Niki Lauda and James Hunt’s last big showdown on the race track.
Watts plays the People’s Princess in this biopic which concentrates on the last two years of her life, and in particular her relationship with a leading heart surgeon.
Kids’ Club: Liaf: Amazing animations 3 (U)
This 79-minute animation extravaganza comes from the London International Animation Festival, and features three different films aimed at children aged five to 10.