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The Art of Getting By
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Johnny English Returns
From legendary dance to spy-thriller comedies, the new films in cinemas this week have something for everyone.
Larry Crowne, Nunca es Tarde (Larry Crowne) - Tom Hanks directs and stars in this romantic comedy in which he plays a recently unemployed man trying to start over at community college. Larry quickly makes an impression on his classmates, and things get interesting when he falls for his teacher, played by Julia Roberts.
El Arte de Pasar de Todo (The Art of Getting By) - Freddie Highmore and Emma Roberts star in this youth drama about two high school students who couldn't be more different on the surface. George doesn't see the point of life and Sally is popular, but when their paths cross, they seem to have more of a connection than they realised.
Four Lions - This UK dramedy by director Chris Morris highlights the comic side of stupidity in a subject as serious as terrorism. Four British jihadists with a common goal run through every emotion in this fresh, engaging film about conflict and personalities.
Johnny English Returns - Rowan Atkinson is back in his comedic role; this time he's hunting down an agent threatening to assassinate the Chinese premier. As always, Atkinson promises adventure, thrills, and accidental comedy.
Los Tres Mosqueteros (The Three Musketeers) - The dashing Logan Lerman plays the hot-headed D'Artagnan who must join forces with the three musketeers—who have lost their once unquestionable authority—in order to prevent a beautiful villainess from taking over the French throne.
Pina 3D - Dance is the focus of this beautiful masterpiece by Wim Wenders. The Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch Ensemble light up the screen as Wenders takes us on a journey of self-discovery through the moves of these talented dancers.