This week, show business satire Entourage, gooey romance The Longest Ride, and an ageing Sherlock Holmes comes out of retirement to solve a tricky case in Mr Holmes.
This week, Dinosaurs go on the rampage in the action-packed Jurassic World, Rufus Norris directs the film version of his acclaimed stage production London Road and war-set comedy drama .
This week, Bridesmaids’ Melissa McCarthy stars in action-packed comedy caper Spy, the spooks and scares return in horror prequel Insidious: Chapter 3 and Pierce Brosnan and Milla Jovovich discover no one can be trusted in Survivor.
A veteran spy and his protege avert a terrorist attack in Spooks: The Greater Good, Samuel L Jackson plays a stricken US President in Big Game, a woman who can never grow old is destined to lose the people closest to her in The Age of Adaline and Chris Rock directs, writes and stars in showbusiness satire Top Five.
This week: Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye face a malevolent artificial intelligence in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
This week: Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in the turbo-charged sequel Fast & Furious 7, Russell Crowe directs and stars in wartime romantic drama The Water Diviner and wry comedy While We’re Young.
This week, the action-packed sequel The Divergent Series: Insurgent, Penn, Bardem and Elba star in thriller The Gunman, black comedy The Voices, computer-animated fantasy Home and Jason Statham flexes his muscles in Wild Card.
This week, Hugh Jackman shows his mean streak in sci-fi fantasy Chappie, road trip comedy Unfinished Business and Julianne Moore’s Oscar-winning performance in Still Alice.
This week, Jennifer Aniston delivers an eye-opening performance in Cake, a convicted cybercriminal is released to unmask a terrorist hacker in Blackhat, romcom The Wedding Ringer and found-footage thriller Project Almanac.
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson shed their inhibitions in the eagerly-anticipated film version of Fifty Shades of Grey, Alfred Molina and John Lithgow play men struggling to keep their relationship together in Love Is Strange.
Sci-fi thriller Ex Machina, Johnny Depp stars as a bumbling buffoon in comedy Mortdecai, New York-set drama A Most Violent Year and Mark Wahlberg plays a professor with a gambling addiction in The Gambler.
This week, Bradley Cooper plays a deadly marksman in American Sniper, a jazz drummer tries hard to please his teacher in Whiplash, Reese Witherspoon stars in the inspirational true story Wild and we look at historical drama Testament of Youth.
A movie actor attempts to resuscitate his career in Birdman, Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones are destined for Oscar nominations in heart-rending biopic The Theory of Everything, and a vengeful spirit returns to terrorise a class of evacuees in The Woman in Black: Angel of Death.
This week, we review computer-animated romp Penguins Of Madagascar, Bill Murray stars in bittersweet comedy St Vincent, Jude Law plays a submarine captain in thriller Black Sea, dysfunctional families in Men, Women & Children, a father vows to save Christmas in Get Santa and subterranean horror The Pyramid.
This week, we look at family adventure Paddington and comedy sequel Horrible Bosses 2.
This week, Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turing in the Oscar-tipped wartime thriller The Imitation Game, a bartender becomes embroiled in a robbery in The Drop and Martin Clunes and Catherine Tate spread the Christmas cheer in Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?!.
This week, Brad Pitt plays a WWII tank sergeant in Fury, the comedy Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, raucous comedy This is Where I Leave You, computer-animated fantasy The Book of Life, romcom Love, Rosie, and Australian horror The Babadook.
This week, ’71’ explores the sectarian divide in 70s Belfast, a boy faces a booby-trap-laden labyrinth in The Maze Runner; creepy doll horror in Annabelle; Hugh Grant stars the romantic comedy The Rewrite, and a young woman is emotionally suffocated by her marriage in historical drama Effie Gray.
This week’s new movie released include raucous British comedy What We Did On Our Holiday, Denzel Washington in The Equalizer and David Cronenberg’s gritty insider drama Maps To The Stars.
This week, Liam Neeson stars in action thriller A Walk Along The Tombstones, a utopian society unravels in sci-fi adventure The Giver, and the tale of an exclusive Oxford University clique in The Riot Club.
This week features the rousing true story of ‘Pride’, stop-motion animated fantasy ‘The Box Trolls’ and Phillip Seymour Hoffman delivers one of his final performances in the thriller ‘A Most Wanted Man’.
Scarlett Johansson is blessed with superhuman strength in Lucy, Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan fall in love in the romantic comedy What If…, Mother Nature unleashes her fury in Into the Storm and Eric Bana comes face to face with dark forces in Deliver Us From Evil.
Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham and Antonio Banderas flex their muscles in The Expendables 3, and a talented table footballer learns to play the beautiful game for real in the computer-animated fantasy The Unbeatables.
This week, the comic book adventure Guardians Of The Galaxy, computer-animated romp The Nut Job and the body-popping sequel Step Up 5: All In.
This week, otherworldly fantasy ‘Earth to Echo’, Dwayne Johnson flexes his muscles in ‘Hercules’, James DeMonaco’s brutal and bloody sequel ‘The Purge: Anarchy’ and animated adventure ‘The House of Magic’.
The battle between species intensifies in the action-packed sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Britain’s Got Talent’s performing pooch wags his tail in Pudsey The Dog – The Movie.
Melissa McCarthy goes on the rampage in the comedy Tammy and Brendan O’Carroll’s creation gets the big screen treatment in Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie.
This week, a terminally ill teenager (Shailene Woodley) experiences the pangs of love for the first time in The Fault In Our Stars, Clint Eastwood directs the film version of the hit stage musical Jersey Boys and Kevin Costner slays to survive in the action thriller 3 Days to Kill.
This week, a mixed-race woman overcomes prejudice in period drama 'Belle', Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon star in ‘Devil’s Knot’, a young boy embarks on a journey of self-discovery in ‘T.S. Spivet’, and ‘Doctor Who’ star Karen Gillan appears in supernatural horror ‘Oculus’.
This week, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum go back undercover in the raucous comedy sequel ‘22 Jump Street’ and Nicole Kidman stars as a film star, who is asked to play the role of a lifetime, in ‘Grace of Monaco’.
This week, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Ken Watanabe face a monstrous threat to humanity in the action-packed blockbuster Godzilla, and a sexually repressed young woman (Elizabeth Olsen) struggles to break free from a loveless marriage in ‘In Secret’.
Tense revenge thriller 'Blue Ruin', love in a crumbling empire in 'Pompeii 3D'; an orphan boy discovers his warrior spirit in the animated adventure 'Tarzan 3D'; Paul Walker delivers one of his final screen performances in Luc Besson’s ‘Brick Mansions’, and a group of students orchestrates a daring heist in ‘Plastic’.
Check out reviews and trailers of the best and worst of new films in Irish cinemas this weekend.
Check out reviews and trailers for the new films in Irish cinemas this weekend.
Reviews and trailers of the new movies in Irish cinemas this weekend in one handy place.
Here’s the best (and worst!) of what’s new in the cinema this weekend.
This weekend sees Scorsese and DiCaprio unite once again, and an unholy union of ‘Paranormal Activity’ and ‘Rosemary’s Baby’.
Steve McQueen charts the harrowing true story of a free man sold into slavery in Oscar-tipped drama ‘12 Years A Slave’; a 40-something slacker (Vince Vaughn) discovers he has fathered 533 children in ‘Delivery Man’ and Colin Firth plays an emotionally damaged husband in ‘The Railway Man’.
Is it a triumphant return to the big screen for Ron Burgundy and the Channel 4 news team?