COP OUT (15)

VETERAN detective Jimmy Monroe (Bruce Willis) is struggling to make ends meet and to pay for the exceedingly expensive dream wedding of his daughter, Ava (Michelle Trachtenberg). So he plans to sell his mint condition trading card of Major League Baseball star Andy Pafko to a local dealer but the card is stolen by stoner thief Dave (Seann William Scott). While Jimmy and partner Paul Hodges (Tracy Morgan) hunt for the card, they clash with strait-laced colleagues Hunsaker (Kevin Pollak) and Mangold (Adam Brody) and become unwittingly embroiled in a turf war.



OMAR (Riz Ahmed) is a devout Muslim, who is enraged by the West's treatment of his spiritual brothers and sisters. He spearheads a terrorist cell in the heart of multi-cultural northern Britain with best friend Waj (Kayvan Novak) and paranoid, white Islamic convert Barry (Nigel Lindsay), who believes passers-by are undercover police officers gathering intelligence on the group. The jihadists debate potential targets for their deadly payload with Faisal (Adeel Akhtar), who is training crows to fly through windows carrying primed explosives in their beaks. Omar brings the men together to pose as charity fun runners in the capital, with the aim of blowing themselves up on the streets and taking innocent members of the public with them.



DAN Sanders (Brendan Fraser) works for a real estate company which is developing a small community in the forests of Oregon. Sanders transplants his teacher wife Tammy (Brooke Shields) and teenage son Tyler (Matt Prokop) to the back of beyond while he completes the year-long project. However, a tenacious raccoon and his forest friends, including a rowdy bear, fight back to protect their stomping ground, lighting the touch paper on a titanic battle between man and beast.



PARTY guy Lou (Rob Corddry) attempts to commit suicide by choking down exhaust fumes in his garage, and childhood pals Adam (John Cusack) and Nick (Craig Robinson) rush to his hospital bedside. The three men decide to return to the Kodiac Valley skiing resort which was the site of their greatest triumphs when they were teenagers. Adam drags along techno-savvy nephew Jacob (Clark Duke) and the four men drive to the snow-laden mountains where the hotel is now in disrepair. Thankfully the hot tub still works and after a night of heavy drinking under the stars, the drunkards wake to find that they have been sent back to the decade of Adam, Nick and Lou's youth.


IRON MAN 2 (12A)

JON Favreau and his cast return for the explosive sequel to the 2008 blockbuster, based on the red and gold armoured Marvel Comics superhero. Billionaire industrialist and inventor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) embraces his dual life as the supersonic Iron Man in the full glare of the media spotlight and wins countless adoring fans in the process. However, the US government and private investors are keen to acquire his technology for their own needs and Stark resists at all costs.



INSPIRED by the best-selling video games series, the film sees Dastan (Jake Gyllenhaal) and brothers Tus (Richard Coyle) and Garsiv (Toby Kebbell) head for a fortress controlled by Princess Tamina (Gemma Arterton), rumoured to be the source of weapons for enemies of their father King Sharaman (Ronald Pickup). During the assault on the fortress, Dastan acquires a mythical dagger which allows the holder to reverse the flow of time. Dastan is framed for his father’s murder and is forced to flee for his life with Princess Tamina in tow as his brothers vow to kill him in return for their father's murder, spurred on by their nefarious uncle Nizam (Ben Kingsley).



RUSSELL Crowe and Cate Blanchett are a match made in heaven in this rollicking good adventure from director Ridley Scott. They are perfect as Robin and Marian in an origins story that takes the legend in a different direction to the many past attempts at bringing to life the hero of Sherwood Forest, setting it all in a convincing and surprisingly accurate historical context.



TALENTED street dancer Carly (Nichola Burley) is forced to work with five ballet students in exchange for rehearsal space for her and her team just weeks before the finals of the UK Street Dance Championships. Struggling to keep the team together after her boyfriend Jay (Ukeweli Roach) leaves, Carly meets ballet schoolmistress Helena (Charlotte Rampling), who offers the street dancer a rehearsal space for free if she agrees to include five ballet students in the performance.