UK Cinema Releases: Friday 1st April 2011

NATIONAL RELEASES

Source Code (Momentum): A sci-fi thriller about on a soldier (Jake Gyllenhall) who finds himself part of a mission to find out why a commuter train exploded. Directed by Duncan Jones, it co-stars Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright. [Nationwide / 12A] [Trailer] [Reviews] [Read our full review here]

Hop (Universal): Live-action mixes with animation in this family film about a driver (James Marsden) who accidentally hits the Easter Bunny (Russell Brand) and then has to save the holiday where people celebrate the death of Jesus by eating chocolate eggs. Directed by Tim Hill and co-starring Gary Cole and Hugh Laurie. Nationwide / U] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Sucker Punch (Warner Bros.): A young girl (Emily Browning) is institutionalized by her wicked stepfather and retreats to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, as she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the facility. Directed by Zack Snyder, it also stars Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone and Carla Gugino. [Nationwide / 12A] [Trailer] [Reviews] [Read our full review here]

Killing Bono (Paramount): Based on the memoirs of music journalist Neil McCormick, two brothers in Dublin attempt to become global rock stars but can only look on as old school friends U2 become the biggest band in the world. Directed by Nick Hamm and starring Ben Barnes and Robert Sheehan. [Nationwide / 15] [Trailer] [Reviews]

ALSO OUT

Oranges and Sunshine (Icon): The story of a social worker from Nottingham (Emily Watson) who uncovered one of the forced migration of children from the United Kingdom to Australia and Canada. Directed by Jim Loach and co-starring Hugo Weaving and David Wenham. [Selected cinemas] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Essential Killing (Artificial Eye): Political thriller film by the Polish writer and director Jerzy Skolimowski, about a man captured in the desert by American forces, who finds himself transported to a nameless European country. Stars Vincent Gallo and Emmanuelle Seigner. [Selected cinemas / 15] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Blooded (Revolver): British indie horror done in the style of documentary. Directed by Edward Boase and starring Oliver Boot and Tracy Ifaechor. [Selected cinemas / 15]

Young Hearts Run Free (Bede Films Ltd): Romantic drama set against the backdrop of the 1974 miners’ strike. Directed by Andy Mark Simpson, it stars Andy Black and Jennifer Bryden. [12A]

Game (Eros International): A Hindi action film directed by Abhinay Deo and starring Abhishek Bachchan and Kangna Ranaut. [Selected cinemas]

Hatchet II (Arrow Films): Sequel to the 2006 horror, which sees Adam Green return to direct and Kane Hodder and Tony Todd reprise their roles from the first film. [18]

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