UK Cinema Releases: Friday 2nd March 2012

Including This Means War, Wanderlust, Project X and Michael


This Means War (20th Century Fox): Two CIA operatives (Chris Pine and Tom Hardy) wage an ‘epic battle’ against one another after they both fall in love with the same woman (Reese Witherspoon). Directed by McG. [Nationwide / 12A]

Wanderlust (Universal): Comedy about a married couple (Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston) who try to escape the trappings of modern society by joining a free-wheeling commune. Directed by David Wain, it co-stars Justin Theroux, Ken Marino, Malin Akerman and Lauren Ambrose. [Nationwide / 15]

Project X (Warner Bros.): Comedy about 3 teenagers who throw a birthday party to make a name for themselves, but as the night progresses, things spiral out of control. Directed by Nima Nourizadeh, it stars Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper and Jonathan Daniel Brown. [Nationwide / 18]

Hunky Dory (E1 Films): Drama about the trials and tribulations of an idealistic drama teacher (Minnie Driver) as she tries to put on the end of year show. Directed by Marc Evans, it co-stars Aneurin Barnard and George Mackay. [Nationwide]


Michael (Artificial Eye): Acclaimed Austrian drama loosely inspired by the Fritzl case. Directed by Markus Schleinzer, it stars Michael Fuith, Christine Kain, Gisella Salcher, Ursula Strauss and Victor Tremmel. [Key cities / 18]

Carancho (Axiom Films): Argentinian crime drama about an ambulance chasing lawyer (Ricardo Darín) and a doctor (Martina Gusman) he meets. Directed by Pablo Trapero. [Key cities / 15]

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