Big-screen spin-off sequel of the Channel 4 sitcom following the life of socially awkward suburban teenager Will (Simon Bird) and his three friends Neil (Blake Harrison), Jay (James Buckley) and Simon (Joe Thomas). The film follows Will, Neil and Simon as they travel to Australia to reunite with Jay who is down under for a gap year. Will this holiday fare better than their last?
Sword-and-sandal action epic directed by Brett Ratner and starring Dwayne Johnson as the titular hero. Hercules (Johnson), now a legendary mercenary in Greece, is able to overcome the most powerful of enemies using his reputation and strength. However, when he is asked by the Thracian King (John Hurt) and his daughter to defeat a particularly savage warlord, Hercules must endure the most difficult task set for him yet.
Luke Greenfield directs this US comedy starring Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson. Though Ryan Davis (Johnson) and his friend Justin (Wayans Jr.) aren’t considered high-flyers, when they kit themselves out in police uniforms for a fancy dress party, they unexpectedly earn some respect. The pair gain an understanding of the privileges of power and are reluctant to give up their newfound status. However, with power comes responsibility, and Ryan and Justin soon find themselves facing up to danger as they encounter a conspiracy involving crooked cops and gangsters.
Dane Cook and Stacy Keach return as the voices of lovable aeroplanes Dusty and Skipper in this sequel to the 2013 Disney animation Planes. When world-famous air racer Dusty gets told his engine is damaged and that he may never race again he refuses to let go and launches head first into the world of aerial firefighting. Joining the ranks of veteran fire
Computer-animated comedy from director Peter Lepeniotis featuring the voice talents of Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser and Liam Neeson. When sassy squirrel Surly (Arnett) and his mute rat friend Buddy decide to tackle their park’s food shortage problem by stealing from a dangerous group of urban animals, their plan goes awry as they come face to face with urban leader Raccoon (Neeson). After a series of unfortunate collisions, Surly is banished from the park leaving Buddy to fend for himself. Noticing a human’s nut cart in the park, Surly sets about re-establishing his position in the colony; little does he know that the nut cart is a cover for a group of thieves who plan to rob the local bank.
Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham and Arnold Schwarzenegger reprise their roles in this action sequel. Barney Ross (Stallone) comes face-to-face with old nemesis Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson), with whom he originally formed the group of mercenaries known as the Expendables. However, when Stonebanks turned into a dangerous arms trader, Barney had no choice but to take him out and believed him to be dead – until now. With some new, younger additions to his team, Barney once again confronts Stonebanks but will the mission be a success this time?