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STARRING: Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin, John Krasinski, Caitlin Fitzgerald, Hunter Parrish, Zoe Kazan, Rita Wilson, Mary Kay Place, Alexandra Wentworth, Nora Dunn, Lake Bell DIRECTOR: Nancy Meyers CERTIFICATE: 15 RUNNING TIME: 120mins REVIEWER'S RATING: .
The Big Sick 15, 120mins, opens Friday A COMEDIAN and uber driver being lined up for a traditional Pakistani Muslim wedding falls for a heckler from one of his shows and questions his future when she becomes ill.
Pride 120mins 15 This light-hearted mining drama should have struck gold but instead it piles onthe cliches and misses achance to let story shine IN 1984, striking Welsh miners received support from an unlikely source - namely London's gay and lesbian community.
STARRING: Demetri Martin (above right), Henry Goodman, Imelda Staunton, Jonathan Groff (above left), Eugene Levy, Liev Schreiber, Emile Hirsch, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Dean Morgan DIRECTOR: Robert Zemeckis CERTIFICATE: 15 RUNNING TIME: 120mins REVIEWER'S RATING: .
Hector and the Search for Happiness 120mins 120mins 15 ANYONE who's searching for Happiness at the cinema this weekend is best advised to stay away from this Brit flick.
Terry Wogan's Ireland (Cert E, 120mins, BBC DVD, DVD pounds 15.
STARRING: Tom Cruise, Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson, Jamie Parker, Christian Berkel, Carice van Houten, Thomas Kretschmann, Terence Stamp, Eddie Izzard, Kevin R McNally, Kenneth Branagh, David Bamber DIRECTOR: Bryan Singer CERTIFICATE: 12A RUNNING TIME: 120mins REVIEWER'S RATING: *** SHOWING: Cineworld, Showcase, Odeon & VUE VERDICT: Cruise lacks vitality - Claus was apparently a charismatic aristocrat in real life, though you would never guess from this sombre, one-note portrayal
Much like Independence Day, Olympus Has Fallen 120mins this is one of those films that glories in US landmarks being detonated but winds up being far less entertaining.