, 2h4 Directed byPaolo Sorrentino OriginItalie GenresDrama, Comedy ThemesFilms about music and musicians, Buddy films ActorsRachel Weisz, Michael Caine, Jane Fonda, Paul Dano, Harvey Keitel, Mădălina Ghenea Roles Queen's Emissary Rating72% Septuagenarian best friends Fred Ballinger and Mick Boyle are on vacation in the Swiss Alps, staying at a luxury resort. Fred is a retired composer of classical music; at the hotel, he is approached by an emissary for Queen Elizabeth II to perform his popular piece "Simple Songs" at Prince Philip's birthday concert. Fred turns down the offer, claiming he is not interested in performing anymore – although he still composes pieces in his head when alone. Mick is a filmmaker, and is working with a group of writers to develop the screenplay for his latest film, which he calls his "testament". Also with them is actor Jimmy Tree, who is researching for an upcoming role and frustrated that he is only remembered for his role as a robot. The hotel is inhabited by other quirky individuals, including a young masseuse, an overweight Maradona, and Miss Universe.
, 1h36 Directed byIain Kevan Morris OriginUnited-kingdom GenresComedy ThemesSeafaring films, Transport films, Road movies ActorsJames Buckley, Simon Bird, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas, Freddie Stroma, Emily Berrington Roles Kevin Sutherland Rating63% Will, Neil and Jay's girlfriends have all broken up with them since the events of the last film, and Simon is unhappy with his girlfriend Lucy, who has become obsessive and abusive. Simon and Will are depressed and ostracised at university; Neil is working in a bank; and Jay is taking a gap year in Australia. He emails Neil, claiming that he is now a top DJ at a popular night club, lives in a luxury mansion, and has daily sex with multiple partners. This convinces them to visit him in Australia for their Easter holidays. Once they arrive at the club they find that Jay in fact only works as a toilet attendant, while Will meets Katie, an old friend from his private school days, who is backpacking, and she persuades him to join her.
, 1h37 Directed byDan Mazer OriginUnited-kingdom GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ThemesFilms about marriage ActorsRose Byrne, Anna Faris, Simon Baker, Rafe Spall, Minnie Driver, Stephen Merchant Roles Minister Rating56% Ambitious high-flyer Nat (Rose Byrne) and struggling writer Josh (Rafe Spall) fall in love at first sight at a party. After 6 months together they decide to marry. The film highlights their struggles during their first year of marriage, switching back and forth from flashbacks of the year's action to a marriage-guidance counsellor's office. Their wedding goes as planned despite many friends' comments that the marriage will not last, an embarrassing best man's speech and a coughing priest.
, 1h29 Directed byMichael Hoffman OriginUSA GenresComedy, Action, Crime ThemesEscroquerie ActorsColin Firth, Cameron Diaz, Alan Rickman, Stanley Tucci, Tom Courtenay, Cloris Leachman Roles Mr. Dunlop Rating56% British art curator Harry Deane (Colin Firth) decides to seek revenge on his abusive boss Lord Shabandar (Alan Rickman) by conning him into buying a fake Monet ("Haystacks at Dusk"), a painting that has been missing since 1945, after being plundered by the Nazis. He teams up with a master art forger, the Major, and travels to Alpine, Texas to find rodeo queen, PJ Puznowski (Cameron Diaz) whom he plans to recruit in his scheme. Harry envisions the plan in his head, and goes to a bar to talk to PJ. PJ's friend Merle, angered by his advances, punches Harry in the face and a bar fight is started. PJ walks outside to find Harry and the Major cleaning their wounds, and they talk to her about the deal. She agrees and the next day the three drive out to PJ's grandmother's mobile home out in the desert. They hang the fake Monet on the wall and take a picture with the painting in the background. The picture is to appear with an article on the rodeo queen that will be published in a magazine that is part of Shabandar's media empire.
Chloe, a twelve-year-old girl wants to help her friend Mr. Stink but she does not know how. She wrote a story that her mother tore up because she wants Chloe to work at school. Chloe thinks that her mother does not love her as she loves her little sister. Chloe hides her friend in the shed and discovers that her father was a member of a rock band. Chloe's mother was invited to a TV show and Chloe's parents were obliged to take Mr. Stink.
, 1h29 Directed byAdam Deacon OriginUnited-kingdom GenresComedy, Comedy-drama ThemesFilms about music and musicians, Hip hop films, Gangster films ActorsAdam Deacon, Jazzie Zonzolo, Femi Oyeniran, Ollie Barbieri, Wil Johnson, Ashley Walters Roles Edward Rating53% The story follows Kenneth (Adam Deacon) who likes to call himself "Kay". He has an ambition of becoming a grime MC, and has already created his debut mixtape, Feel The Pain. However, nobody has bought a single copy and Kenneth works, for now, at local supermarket Laimsbury's to help pay his family's rent. When his boss insults him at work for trying to be a rapper, he quits and his mother berates him for failing to pay the house rent and his family is soon threatened by bailiffs. Kenneth cannot take seeing his mother hassled by the bailiffs, so he begins to sell illegal drugs with his friends Bookie (Femi Oyeniran), Enrique (Ollie Barbieri), Lesoi (Michael Vu), and TJ (Jazzie Zonzolo). When local badman Tyrone (Richie Campbell) investigates Kenneth, he steals Kenneth's and his friends' accessories. His friends leave him and his family do not support him, so Kenneth slyly breaks into Tyrone's house to steal back his stuff. While Tyrone cheats on his baby's mother in the other room, Kenneth manages to steal everyone's stuff back, but Tyrone finds out and comes after him. Tyrone attacks him, and his friends try to help him, but Tyrone manages to scare them away, making it a one-on-one fight. Kenneth shockingly fights back and takes Tyrone down. After the humiliation, Tyrone's boss arrives and witnesses Tyrone hitting kids, therefore sacks him and insults him in front of the entire hood. To make matters worse Tyrone's baby's mother's brother appears on the scene to punish him further for cheating on his sister, and Tyrone flees in humiliation. Kenneth gets his job back at Laimsbury's and helps pay his family's rent.