UK Cinema Releases: Friday 13th May 2011

Including Attack the Block, Take Me Home Tonight, The Way and Taxi Driver


Attack The Block (Optimum Releasing): An horror-comedy-action film about a group of teenagers who have to fend for themselves when aliens attack their South London council estate. Directed by Joe Cornish, it stars John Boyega, Nick Frost, Jodie Whittaker and Luke Treadaway. [Nationwide / 15] [Read our full review]

Take Me Home Tonight (Universal): Comedy set in the 1980s which follows an aimless college grad (Topher Grace) who pursues his dream girl at a wild weekend party. Directed by Michael Dowse, it co-stars Anna Faris and Dan Fogler. [Nationwide]

Red Hill (Momentum): Australian thriller about a young police officer (Ryan Kwanten) who must survive his first day’s duty in a remote country town. Directed by Otto Jespersen, it co-stars Tommy Lewis, Patrick Hughes. [Nationwide / 15]

The Way (Icon): An American father (amrtin Sheen) travels to France to recover the body of his estranged son who died while traveling the Route Napoleon. Directed by Emilio Estevez, it co-stars Deborah Kara Unger and James Nesbitt. [Nationwide / 12A]


Taxi Driver (park Circus): 35th anniversary re-release for Martin Scorsese’s classic 1976 drama about a cab driver (Robert De Niro) who gradually finds himself isolated in New York. Co-starring Jodie Foster, Albert Brooks, Leonard Harris, Peter Boyle and Cybill Shepherd. [Key Cities / 18] [Read our full review]

A Screaming Man (Soda Pictures): African drama about a hotel pool attendant in Chad and his relationship with his son. Directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, it stars Diouc Koma, Emile Abossolo M’Bo and Youssouf Djaoro. [Key Cities / 15]

Love Like Poison (Artificial Eye): French coming-of-age drama about a young teenage girl struggling to cope with her parent’s splitting. Directed by Katell Quillevere, it stars Clara Augarde, Lio, Michel Galabru, Stefano Cassetti, Thierry Neuvic and Youen Leboulanger-Gourvil. [Key Cities / 15]

After The Apocalypse (Dartmouth Films): Documentary about the aftermath of Soviet nuclear testing in Kazakhstan. Directed by Antony Butts, it features Bibigul Balargazinov and Dr Toleukhan Nurmagambetov. [Selected cinemas]

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