Are making their way to Poland for Euro 2012. Sure to be both mad and gas.
OPENING NEXT WEEK CLOUD ATLAS Hugely ambitious attempt to compact David Mitchell’s wide-ranging novel into a movie. The Wachowski siblings again attempt to regain the status they achieved with The Matrix. Among those assuming multiple roles are Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent, Hugo Weaving (left) and Hugh Grant. HARDY BUCKS: THE MOVIE Get up the yard, lads. The roughhewn stars of TV and viral video SONG FOR MARION Terrence Stamp is really grumpy when his seriously ill wife, played by a plucky Vanessa Redgrave, insists upon attending the local choir. He’ll come round. Won’t he? MEA MAXIMA CULPA: SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD Alex Gibney brings us another documentary on the Catholic Church’s unsatisfactory response to clerical abuse. This powerful film focuses on offenses against deaf children.
OPENING MARCH 1st BROKEN CITY Mark Wahlberg is an ex-cop and Russell Crowe is the mayor of New York, both of them knee deep in all sorts of grim bother. Is the alternative title Hard and Harder? ARBITRAGE Richard Gere returns with cracking performance as hedgefund manager in all kinds of legal bother. Welcome back, old guy. STOKER Park Chan Wook, director of Old Boy, delivers a puzzling vampire saga featuring a very starry cast. Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, Dermot Mulroney and Jacki Weaver are all on board. SAFE HAVEN The latest weepie based on a Nicholas Sparks novel features Julianne Hough as a woman with a mysterious past. We bet it’s set in North Carolina. Yup!