- The Princess and the Frog
- Alice in Wonderland
- Robin Hood
- StreetDance 3D
- Letters to Juliet
- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
- The Ghost
- Four Lions
Wet kiss… A Disney promotion sees a boost in sales for this traditional 2D animation (as well as other Disney titles), which charts the fortunes of young waitress Tiana after her fateful kiss with a regal frog.
High flyers… A grumpy OAP and a lively eight-year-old boy become unlikely adventurers in this uplifting Disney Pixar animation.
Friends reunited… Tim Burton’s fantasy adventures sees the Alice of Lewis Caroll’s classic stories return to the magical land of her childhood and reunite with her old friends in a bid to end the Red Queen’s reign of terror.
Riding through the glen… Russell Crowe battles with Norman invaders and an English accent in this Robin Hood origins story from director Ridley Scott.
Moving on up… Featuring Britain’s Got Talent alumni George Sampson, Diversity and Flawless, this British film follows a street dance crew and a group of ballet students as they are forced to dance together in preparation for a dance contest.
The write stuff… Mama Mia!’s Amanda Seyfried stars in this romantic drama about a young woman who goes to Italy and embarks on a mission to find the lovers referenced in a series of letters to Juliet Capulet.
Holding out for a hero… Based on a comic book, this Bratt Pitt-produced action comedy sees a geeky teenager set out to become a real life superhero, only to get caught up in a dangerous battle involving an evil drug lord.
Time flies… Based on a video game franchise, this action-adventure follows a wayward prince (Jake Gyllenhaal) who joins forces with a rival princess (Gemma Arterton) to stop a common enemy from turning back the sands of time and rewriting the past.
Moment of truth… Roman Polanski directs this political thriller about a beleaguered former prime minister (Pierce Brosnan) and the ghostwriter (Ewan McGregor) hired to pen his memoirs, who uncovers a top-level conspiracy.
Radical approach…Controversial Satirist Chris Morris (Brass Eye, Jam) directs this comedy drama about four would-be British terrorists.