Check out what’s out in the cinema this week!

It’s the first of September guys, which means that even though summer was technically over at the beginning of August, now it’s REALLY over.

We’re not too worried though, our favourite actors such as Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd and Cameraon Diaz have promised to keep us entertained this week!


Friday, 5th September 

Sex Tape

When Jay (Jason Segel) and Annie (Cameron Diaz) find that the passion in their marriage is nearly non-existent, they decide to spice things up – with a sex tape. However, when they’re sex tape is no longer private, they are involved in a race to reclaim their video (and reputations!). The reviewers aren’t loving this flick – but we’d give any Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel film a chance!



Friday, 5th September 

Before I Go To Sleep

This sounds like a scary Fifty First Dates. According to “A woman wakes up every day, remembering nothing as a result of a traumatic accident in her past. One day, new terrifying truths emerge that force her to question everyone around her.” Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth are the famous faces in this film, so it’s got to be good, right?



Friday, 5th September 

The Hundred Foot Journey

An Indian family move to France and open an eatery across from a Michelin-starred French restaurant run by Madame Mallory (Hellen Mirren) who is outraged by their arrival. This sounds like the perfect Sunday night film to watch with your parents. Whether or not we’d go to the cinema to see it, we’re not sure. Sounds good though!


Friday, 5th September 

Life of Crime

When two criminals Ordell and Louis snatch the wife of a wealthy Detroit developer, saying they’ll give her back for a ransom, they had no idea that her husband couldn’t care less about his wife because he’s too busy with his mistress. So, with the help of his wife (Jennifer Aniston) they vow to take him for everything he’s got. We will definitely be giving this a watch!



Friday, 5th September 

They Came Together

Ah Paul Rudd, we love you! This is a parody of romantic comedies (of which Rudd is VERY familiar with), and tells the tale of Joel (Paul Rudd) and Molly (Amy Phoeler) who hate each other when they first meet. But guess what? That doesn’t last long! While the critics haven’t been too complimentary of this film, we’ll have to give it a watch, just out of curiosity!