Friday, 27 August 2010

This Week's UK Cinema Releases, 27th August

A round up of this week's theatrical releases that you should and shouldn't feast your eyes upon.

-This week's biggest, and most exciting, Hollywood flick spawns from the wondrous mind of Brit genius Edgar Wright, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. If you've paid attention to any of the reviews, you'll know how fantastic and downright original the film is. Michael Cera stars as Scott, a twenty-something bassist in a band called the Sex Bob-ombs, but falls head over heels with magenta haired Ramona Flowers. However, to be with Ramona, Scott must defeat her seven evil exes. Read my full review here!

-Adam Sandler's latest sees him team up with Paul Blart's Kevin James, Rob Schneider, Chris Rock and David Spade in Grown Ups. The film focuses on a group of college friends reunite after their school coach passes away. Whether or not the film is genuinely funny, you can't deny that they didn't try!

-Paul Rudd also teams with Steve Carrell this weekend in advance screenings of Dinner for Schmucks, a screwball comedy that may be the zaniest of the week. After Tim (Rudd) discovers his colleagues host dinner parties to celebrate the most idiotic, he coincidentally meets Barry (Carrell), a man whose easy friendship enables Tim to showcase something he guarantees nobody has ever seen before. The film co-stars The Hangover's Zach Galifianakis.

-The largest grossing film in the world, Avatar, returns back to the big-screen in 3D and IMAX 3D this week with James Cameron's special extended edition, Avatar 3D: Special Edition. With a few minutes of unseen footage, revel in Pandora's unexplored forests and Jake's wild, ferociously entertaining adventure once more.

-One for this kids now as Diary of a Wimpy Kid, the big-screen adaptation of Jeff Kinney's novel, hits screens nationwide. Greg Heffley is starting middle school, therefore, accompanied with his best friend, must survive the cliques, the bullies and the almighty myths.

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