Can DC Comics match the success of their rivals at Marvel? Well, they are going to have a darn good try by pitting their biggest hitters against each other in a slugfest to end all slugfests. Non-comic-book fans may wonder what the fuss is all about but Ben Affleck is surprisingly good as a past-his-prime Dark Knight.
Disney prove there’s more to animated fun than Pixar with this terrific adventure about a city made up entirely of talking mammals. The jokes come thick and fast, and will have young and old chuckling when a bunny cop and a wily fox have to learn to like each other to solve a crime. There’s sophisticated humour but it’s the sloths that steal the movie.
The Portokalos family returns for another bout of matrimonial hijinks that’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Nia Vardalos and John Corbett, the newlyweds from the hit original, now have to act as the voice of reason for their increasingly zany relations.
An ex-soldier (Matthias Schoenaerts) with post-traumatic stress finds that acting as a bodyguard to a shady businessmen is not good for his health. Fans of Coppola’s The Conversation should enjoy this disorientating thriller.