Recently divorced writer Mavis (Theron) returns to her tiny hometown to win back former sweetheart Buddy (Wilson), except he's a happily married father.A standard rom-com setup becomes something much less reassuring: Theron gives a perfectly judged performance as the conceited, searingly tactless Mavis, and Cody's…But for all its exuberance, this is an overly flashy endeavour and ends up feeling calculated, uncomfortable and empty. After two life-changing incidents – one involving a trumpet; the other, a girl named Ginger – Barry is forced to choose life, literally, over getting laid. Writer director team Leigh Whanell and Wan (who launched Saw on the world) return with a creepy ghost story as a young family (Wilson and Byrne) learn: 'It's not the house that is haunted.
Only ballet mistress Madame Giry (Miranda Richardson) knows that Christine's..."We thought you were going to [break a world record], but we didn't want to say anything and make you nervous." Breaking records!A handsomely mounted adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash hit musical, Joel Schumacher's film should satisfy any fan of the stage version.But those that haven't had the theatrical pleasure may find it overlong and repetitive as it creaks into its third hour.Lightweight comedy from Notting Hill director Michell relating the trials and tribulations of TV producer Becky (Mc Adams) who hires renegade journo Pomeroy (Ford) to salvage the ratings of a moribund breakfast news programme, much to his chagrin. Film version of Alan Moore's 1985 New York City-set graphic novel, which saw a group of costumed vigilantes who became outlawed in 1977 remember the good old days when they could mete out justice in the city.
Classic pulp dialogue has been kept, some of the camera angles are exactly the same as the animated drawings…Just like the 80s TV show that spawned it, 'The A-Team' is over the top, macho fun.Now based in Iraq, the old team reunites to retrieve stolen printing plates used for counterfeiting money. Barry is a wannabe ladies man and hapless flirt who loves looking at girls and hates his job.Horror from the director of Saw and Insidious about a family terrified by a malevolent force in their new home.Real life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Wilson (from the original Amityville case) are played by Wilson and Farmiga.In the big screen adaptation of Tom Perrotta's novel, an unsatisfied couple come together in an otherworldly suburban community.