CHILDREN OF GLORY (15) (Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold, Tuesday-Wednesday)

UNUSUAL drama setting one of the most aggressive water polo matches ever seen at the Olympic against the backdrop of the brutal 1956 Hungarian uprising. HHH

THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN (PG) (All major cinemas)

NARNIA sequel is darker but still PG friendly as it brings the children back to the magical land where they encounter hunky new hero Caspian (Ben Barnes). HHH

THE EDGE OF LOVE (15) (Vue, Cheshire Oaks)

KEIRA Knightley and Sienna Miller battle it out for the affections of iconic poet Dylan Thomas (Matthew Rhys) in this classy period drama written by playwright Sharman Macdonald - Knightley’s mother. HHH

THE 11TH HOUR (PG) (Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold, Thursday only)

LEONARDO DiCaptio lends his superstar weight to the global warming concern with thos documentary which features interviews with Stephen Hawking, Mikhail Gorbachev and others. HHH

HANCOCK (12A) (All major cinemas)

ENTERTAINING comedy with the ever charismatic Will Smith as a reluctant superhero nobody likes who gets a makeover after saving the life of Jason Bateman. HHH

THE HAPPENING (15) (Vue, Cheshire Oaks)

DIRECTOR M Night Shyamalan is proving a whipping boy for critics, many of whom have slaughtered his latest picture about an disaster threatening humanity. HHH

THE INCREDIBLE HULK (12A) (Vue, Cheshire Oaks)

GENERAL verdict is that Edward Norton’s outing as the not so jolly green giant is a lot more fun than the 2003 Hulk movie - which wouldn’t be difficult. HHH

INDIANA JONES & THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL (12A) (All major cinemas)

THIS superfluous fourth entry is dull, meandering, plodding with not a single decent character beyond Indy himself. H

KUNG FU PANDA (PG) (All major cinemas)

A GREAT title is further assisted by the presence of Jack Black providing the voice for the unlikely titular hero in an animated adventure that is purely for kids but manages to remain witty enough to keep older audiences happy. HHH

LARS AND THE REAL GIRL (12A) (Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold, Friday-Monday)

RYAN Gosling stars as Lars, a desperately shy man who finally meets a new girlfriend - who turns out to be a blow-up doll that Lars is convinced is real. HHH

THE MIST (15) (All major cinemas)

THE Fog meets Dawn of the Dead in this rather preachy monster movie which surprisingly comes from writer-director Frank Darabont, tackling his third Stephen King story after The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile. HH

SEX AND THE CITY (15) (All major cinemas)

FEMALE audiences are basking in the lap of luxury courtesy of the four heroines on the famed TV show who now get to strut their stuff in high heels on the big screen. HHH

SUPERHERO MOVIE (12A) (All major cinemas)

THE title gives away the fact that this is from the Epic, Date, Scary Movie braindead brigade. STAR RATING: **

WANTED (18) (All major cinemas)

JAMES McEvoy turns action hero in this effects-heavy, breathlessly paced adventure about an office nerd who becomes a deadly assassin. HHH

COMING SOON

July 18: WALL-E (Pixar)

July 18: MEET DAVE (Eddie Murphy)

July 25: THE DARK NIGHT (Christian Bale)