Tom Cruise appears in this raucous rock musical adaptation as you have never seen him before, as debauched rocker Stacee Jaxx.
Ridley Scott directed the first Alien movie in 1979 so he is returning to his baby.
As the first co-production between China and New South Wales, 33 Postcards (Metro) is a flagship for what is hoped will be a lucrative joint film-making venture between Australia and China.
Prometheus marks the return to the silver screen of two things - Ridley Scott and the Alien franchise.
What to Expect When Your Expecting (Hoyts and Rialto) started its life as a self-help book but the lack of a plot is no obstacle when you have a catchy title.
After the global fascination with the films based on Millennium Trilogy, Swedish film production company Yellow Bird has acquired the rights to make six films based on best-selling author Lisa Marklund's crime novels.
It's cool for a change to get a Scandinavian film that isn't filmed exclusively at night with daring killers and multiple plot twists.
It has been 15 years since Men in Black became a super-cool hit and I remember loving it, but after all this time the reasons for that are hazy.
Retired businessman Paul Torday had his first novel published in 2006 when he was 59. It was a gentle satire of bureaucracy and politics and did very well.
Man on a Ledge is about, well, a man on a ledge?
Starting with a dedication to the late Kim Jong-il, The Dictator gives us another slice of satire courtesy of Britain's Sasha Baron-Cohen.
Marketed as New Zealand's first Western - which is not entirely true - Good For Nothing certainly lives up to its billing as a "pavlova Western".
While scientists have been busy number-crunching to prove that there are innate differences between the sexes relating to spatial awareness and language development, Hollywood has stumbled on to the real truth - women go gaga over weddings.
Jason Segel has been a busy man lately. Fresh from having written and starred in the last Muppets movie, he also co-wrote this surprisingly engaging (sorry) romantic comedy.
As one of the standouts from last year's International Film Festival, A Separation is a highly-deserved winner of the Oscar for best foreign language film.
When I heard that Zac Efron was playing a marine who has served three tours of duty in Iraq in The Lucky One (Rialto) I rolled my eyes because Efron is famous for his ability to look high school-young.
The Way is a term that is variously referenced in Taoism, Buddhism and Christianity to describe a spiritual path. It's also the title that writer-director Emilio Estevez has chosen for this film collaboration with his father, Martin Sheen.
The Pirates! Band of Misfits (Rialto) is based on a series of children's story books by Gideon Defoe about an incompetent and hence lovable ship of pirates who manage to keep bumping into real historical figures during their comical adventures.
Young Ted lives in Thneedville, a city where everything is totally artificial, including the trees, air and food.
Ye gods, what have they wrought the second time round?