For fans of: ‘We Bought A Zoo’ (2011) and ‘Jerry McGuire’ (1996)
Writer-director Cameron Crowe returns to the big screen with this dramedy about a celebrated military contractor (Bradley Cooper) who returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs – the US space programme in Hawaii – and reconnects with a long-ago love (Rachel McAdams). He falls unexpectedly for the hard-charging Air Force pilot (Emma Stone as Allison Ng who is of Chinese, Hawaiian and Swedish parentage) assigned to him. Co-stars Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, and Alec Baldwin.
For fans of: ‘Entourage’ the TV series
HBO's eight-season comedy series continues with this feature, picking up where the show left off. Foul-mouthed Ari (Jeremy Piven) bankrolls Vincent's (Adrian Grenier) directorial debut, but finds himself with a US$15 million budget blow-out. Forced to secure further financing, Ari goes cap-in-hand to a Texas billionaire (Billy Bob Thornton) for the cash to save his picture.
For fans: 'Bride and Prejudice' (2004) and 'About A Boy' (2002)
British funnyman Simon Pegg and Lake Bell star in this UK rom-com from the director of ‘The Inbetweeners Movie’, about a woman who is mistaken for a blind date, and the accidental incident leads to her finding the perfect boyfriend.
For fans of: 'Little Miss Sunshine' (2006) and 'Sideways' (2004)
Robert Sheehan, Dev Patel and Zoe Kravitz star in this indie movie about three teenagers with psychological disorders and the unexpected but life-changing road trip that takes them all by surprise.
Vincent (Sheehan), a young man with Tourette’s Syndrome, suffer intensifying symptoms after the death of his mother. His dad (Robert Patrick), a frustrated politician, sends him to a behavioural clinic run by an unconventional doctor (Kyra Sedgwick). But Vincent made his late mother a promise, and with the help of a rebellious anorexic (Kravitz) and his withdrawn room-mate (Patel), the three try to live life by their own rules.
For fans of: ‘The Conjuring’ (2013) and ‘Insidious’ (2010)
The horror prequel to 'Insidious' and a feature debut from Leigh Whannell, who wrote ‘Insidious’ parts one and two, and ‘Saw’.
Set before the haunting of the Lambert family in part one, this movie reveals how gifted psychic Elise (Lin Shaye) comes to use her abilities in order to help a teenage girl targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity.