New cinema releases out this week (27th November 2009)

Bunny and the Bull
Starring Edward Hogg, Simon Farnaby, Veronica Echeui

From the director of The Mighty Boosh, Paul King this British film follows the story of recluse Stephen as he recounts his adventurous travels around the world with best friend Bunny. A comedy that also features cameos from Boosh stars Noel Fielding and Julian Barrett this is definitely the most enjoyable film released this week. Read our Bunny and the Bull Review

Paranormal Activity
Starring Katie Featherstone, Micah Sloat

Directed by Oren Peli on a mere $15 000 budget this horror film that took the US Box office by storm tells the tale of couple Katie and Micah who move into a new home and are disturbed by ghostly presences at night. Determined to find out the truth, the couple decide to catch whoever or whatever it is in their home, setting up security cameras to capture the unexplainable goings on. Read the Paranormal Activity Review

Law Abiding Citizen
Starring Gerard Butler, Jamie Foxx

Gerard Butler plays Clyde, after a plea bargain sets one of his family’s killers free he decides to take revenge into his won hands, targeting not only the killer but also the district attorney and others involved in the deal. Meanwhile  Jamie Foxx is the lawyer who set up teh bargain, and must battle against Clyde to try and save as many lives as possible. Read out Law Abiding Citizen Review

Seraphine
Starring Yolande Moreau, Ulrich Tukur

An award winngin French biopic of real artist Seraphine Louis. Seraphine is a house cleaner who works many jobs during the day and paints by night, after she was told to by God.  Seraphine is however wuite menyally unstable and despote being discoverd by art critic William Uhme never achieved real fame after a mental collapse. Read our Seraphine Review

Nativity!
Starring Martin Freeman, Ashley Jensen, Alan Carr

This childrens Christmas film is an improvised comedy based around a school nativity play. Martin Freeman stars as Mr Maddens, a frustrated, under-achieving primary school teacher embroiled in a bitter rivalry with long time adversary Gordon Shakespeare (Jason Watkins) teaches at the posh school up the road.

De Dana Dan
Starring Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif

De Dana Dan is a bolloywood film that follows a two guys whose rich girlfriends  give them an ultimatum – earn enough money so that we can elope or forget us forever. Broke and desperate they need to make big money and fast. To try and raise the money they attempt various things including dog kidnapping and encounter various characters along their schemes

Mr Right
Starring James Lance, Jeremy Edwards adn Benjamin Hart

This hom rom-com follows Harry (Lance) who hates being a TV producer and dreams of leaving his job to travel the world. He loves Alex, an aspiring actor who is struggling to create an identity for himself as a performer. Rugby player William’s nine-year old daughter is intent on sabotaging his relationships with new boyfriends, and he’s finding it difficult to let Lawrence, a soap star, into his life.  The plot culminates in a showdown at a dinner party. Review coming soon!

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