Feature-length instalment of Irish comedian Brendan O'Carroll's series featuring the coarse and overbearing matriarch Mrs. Brown directed by Ben Kellett. When relentless foreign developers threaten the future of market-trader Agnes Brown (O'Carroll)'s fruit and veg stall, she enlists the help of her family and a gang of blind ninjas to protect her livelihood and the future of Dublin's Moore Street vendors.
Steve Martin double bill. In 'Father of the Bride', doting father George Banks' (Martin) world comes tumbling down around his ears when daughter Annie (Kimberly Williams) announces her engagement to boyfriend Bryan. Although initially unable to cope with the thought of his little girl going away and leaving him, George soon sets about making sure that Annie's is the perfect wedding - but it isn't long before the strain begins to take its toll! In the sequel 'Father of the Bride - Part 2', George Banks has now reconciled himself to the fact that Annie is a happily married young woman, but when she informs him that she and Bryan are expecting a baby, a mid-life crisis is triggered off.
Whoopi Goldberg double bill. In 'Sister Act', Deloris Van Cartier (Goldberg) is a lounge singer with aspirations to be a star, but instead becomes the star witness to a mob murder. She goes to the police, is put into the state witness protection scheme and sent to a nunnery run by a starchy Mother Superior (Maggie Smith). Whilst there Deloris tries to fit in, but finds that everything she does seems to annoy her fellow nuns - until she discovers the choir. In 'Sister Act 2 - Back in the Habit', Deloris is asked to resume the habit of a nun so that she can help raise funds for an ailing ghetto school. Deloris agrees to go undercover as the school's new music teacher.
Violent crime comedy directed by Academy Award-winner Martin McDonagh. After being ordered to murder a priest in London, hitmen Ray (Colin Farrell) and Ken (Brendan Gleeson) are told by their boss Harry (Ralph Fiennes) to hide out in Bruges, Belgium for a couple of weeks. Finding themselves very much outside their comfort zones, Ray and Ken are drawn into increasingly dangerous situations with locals, tourists, and a film shoot, and when Harry finds out that Ken and Ray haven't been keeping their heads down, he travels to Bruges himself to deal with the wayward pair.
Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne return to star as neighbours in this American comedy sequel directed by Nicholas Stoller. Mac (Rogen) and Kelly (Byrne) finally think peace has come to the neighbourhood now that Teddy (Efron)'s fraternity has cleared out. They're in for a nasty surprise however, when the Kappa Nu sorority, headed by the devious Shelby (Chloë Moretz), moves in next door and proves to be even more raucous than the fraternity before them. Mac and Kelly see no other choice than to invite their former nemesis Teddy back and ask for his help to get rid of the wild sisters.
Tom Selleck double bill. In 'Three Men and a Baby', bachelors Peter Mitchell (Tom Selleck), Jack Holden (Ted Danson) and Michael Kellam (Steve Guttenberg) live together in an opulent Manhattan penthouse. While Jack is away, a 'package' arrives for him: a baby girl. Peter and Michael are forced to cope with the rigours of childcare until Jack returns to explain. In the sequel 'Three Men and a Little Lady', Mary is now five years old and her mother, Sylvia, wants to find a 'real' father for her child - who is still living with the three bachelors. When Edward (Christopher Cazenove) proposes, Sylvia accepts - much to the fury of the three dads and Mary.
Comedy double bill. In 'Ghostbusters', New York parapsychologists Peter Venkman (Bill Murray), Raymond Stanz (Dan Aykroyd) and Egon Spenler (Harold Ramis) decide to go into business as Ghostbusters when their scholastic grant is withdrawn. Initially scorned, the trio become celebrities after ridding a hotel of a troublesome ghoul, and are called in by musician Dana Barrett (Sigourney Weaver) when she experiences strange disturbances in her Central Park apartment. In 'Ghostbusters 2', the boys in the boiler suits have hit harder times having been sued by municipal authorities, and they are now reduced to doing the circuit of kiddies parties. However, it turns out that there is a physical embodiment of evil slurping around beneath the city, and the men find themselves re-employed once again.
Acclaimed comedy, set in the early 1980s, about two mismatched schoolfriends who decide to make a film. Will Proudfoot (Bill Milner) is the ten-year-old son of a fatherless Plymouth Brethren family. The Brethren regard themselves as God's 'chosen ones' and their strict moral code means that Will has never mixed with the other 'worldlies', listened to music or watched television. Then he meets Lee Carter (Will Poulter), school terror and budding auteur. Lee exposes Will to a pirate copy of 'Rambo: First Blood' and, from that moment, Will's world is changed forever. When Lee tells Will that he wants to make a home movie version of the violent action film for an upcoming amateur film competition, the newly rebellious Will jumps at the chance to be actor and stuntman. As the summer rolls on the two boys set out to create the ultimate no-budget blockbuster, but their grand vision is threatened when Didier Revol (Jules Sitruk), the leader of a group of French exchange students, attempts to hijack proceedings...
Box set containing two popular feature films. In 'The Princess Diaries' (2001), San Francisco teenager Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) just wants to get through the rigours of high school unharmed, avoiding as many of life's petty embarassments as possible. However, when her long-lost grandmother Clarisse (Julie Andrews) appears out of the blue, Mia gets the surprise of her life; it seems she is the princess of a tiny principality called Genovia, and is in fact next in line to the throne. Angry that this news has been kept from her, Mia nevertheless agrees to embark on a crash course of princess lessons. But when she begins to get lost in a comic flurry of bungled state engagements and over-eager media attention, the prospective princess begins to wonder if the royal life is really the right life for her. In 'The Princess Diaries 2 - Royal Engagement' (2004), American high school graduate Mia Thermopolis has just turned 21, and is being groomed to succeed her grandmother as Queen of Genovia. But it materialises that an ancient Genovian law decrees that unmarried women cannot take the throne, and the bitter Viscount Mabrey (John Rhys-Davies) and his cronies oppose her coronation. When Queen Clarice (Julie Andrews) asks that Mia be given 30 days to find a husband, Mabrey is reluctant to allow it - but little does he know that his own nephew, the young and handsome Nicholas (Chris Pine), has caught Mia's eye.
Hallie Parker and Annie James are two young girls living thousands of miles apart who have one thing in common: they are in fact identical twins. American Hallie and Brit Annie (both played by Lindsay Lohan) discover they share the same genes when they bump into each other at summer camp, and subsequently join forces to reunite their estranged parents (Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson). A contemporary remake of the 1961 Disney classic.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg co-star in this American comedy directed by Sean Anders. The film follows amiable radio executive Brad Whitaker (Ferrell), husband to Sarah (Linda Cardellini) and stepfather to her two children, as he finds himself competing for the children's affections when their bad boy biological dad Dusty (Wahlberg) comes to visit. As the two men strive to outdo one another, the kids frequently get caught in the crossfire... The cast also includes Thomas Haden Church and Hannibal Buress.
Mark Strong and Sacha Baron Cohen star in this British comedy directed by Louis Leterrier. When two inseparable brothers are adopted by two different families, their lives quickly fork off in opposite directions. Sebastian (Strong) works his way up in the British government agency MI6 to become their most revered assassin and Nobby (Baron Cohen) meets the love of his life (Rebel Wilson), has nine children and spends his days shouting abuse at football fans in Grimsby. After spending 28 years looking for his brother, Nobby finally locates Sebastian in London and travels down to surprise him. Sebastian, however, is on an assignment and Nobby's bombshell revelation startles him causing him to shoot and kill the wrong target. Forced to go on the run, Sebastian and Nobby set off across the capital trying to lose their pursuers while Nobby tries to make amends with his long-lost sibling. The all-star cast also includes Isla Fisher, Penélope Cruz and David Harewood.
Comical fantasy tale of beautiful princesses, foul villains and dashing heroes from director Rob Reiner. The Princess Buttercup (Robin Wright Penn) is saddened by the disappearance of her true-love Westley (Cary Elwes), and finds that she now has no choice but to become engaged to the evil Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon). But Westley soon arrives back on the scene and, along with his mismatched band of adventurers, sets off on a daring mission to rescue his beloved. The film also stars Mandy Patinkin as a Spanish cavalier and Billy Crystal as a crazy magician.
Steve Coogan's legendary chat show host and broadcaster finally receives the big screen treatment in this comedy directed by Declan Lowney. Occupying a career stasis-defining role as a mid-morning DJ on North Norfolk Digital Radio, Alan Partridge (Coogan)'s hopes for one last shot at the big time suffer a severe setback when it emerges that his employers have been taken over by a giant media conglomerate. Alan soon finds himself back in the spotlight, however, when newly-sacked fellow DJ Pat Farrell (Colm Meaney) returns to the studio with a shotgun and begins taking hostages. Called in by the police to act as a hostage negotiator, can Britain's most famous Toblerone addict turn the tables and finally save the day?
Toula Portokalos (Nia Vardalos) is an unmarried thirty-year-old who lives in Chicago and works in her father's Greek restaurant. When she meets and falls for high school teacher Ian Miller (John Corbett), a quick makeover and some careful manoeuvring is all it takes for the pair to start dating. But Toula's parents, Gus and Maria, are shocked to discover that Ian isn't Greek and begin putting obstacles in the couple's path.
When the brothers Smuntz (Nathan Lane and Lee Evans) inherit a valuable mansion, they immediately try to sell up and take the money. Trouble is, no one will buy it until they get rid of the house's one remaining occupant, a stubborn and tenacious little mouse. The mouse, however, has other ideas for them.
Judd Apatow writes and directs this comedy that updates the lives of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) from his previous film 'Knocked Up' (2007). Record label owner Pete and his shop-owning wife Debbie are now living a seemingly content life in the suburbs with their two young daughters, Sadie and Charlotte (Maude and Iris Apatow). But the growing financial strain on Pete's business, combined with Debbie's increasing dread of her upcoming 40th birthday, soon causes the pair - actually just Debbie - to question their current lifestyle choices.
Andie Walsh (Molly Ringwald) is a poor girl with lots of spirit, who is obsessed with rich kid Blane McDonough (Andrew McCarthy). In the face of adversity, love cuts across the material divide, much to the disappointment of the amiably eccentric Ducky (John Cryer), who holds a torch for Andie. However, he becomes instrumental in bringing them back together when external pressures threaten their relationship. Teen movie produced by John Hughes, with a soundtrack including contributions from The Psychedelic Furs, Echo and the Bunnymen, New Order and The Smiths.
Comic fantasy starring Jennifer Garner as Jenna Rink, who at the start of the film is a typical awkward adolescent, constantly dreaming of being popular and accepted as part of the in-crowd at school. During her thirteenth birthday party, she finds herself sitting alone and humiliated in a dark closet after being rejected during a teenage kissing game - and fervently wishes that there might be some way to avoid the trials and tribulations of the teenage years that stretch so cruelly and inevitably ahead of her. When she emerges, she gets the surprise of her life: she's popular, beautiful, successful - and days away from her 30th birthday. The only problem is, her mind has not matured to match her new womanly body, career or love-life.
Georges Faure (Gerard Depardieu) is a working class Frenchman who needs a US visa, and Bronte Parrish (Andie MacDowell) a snobby New Yorker who needs a husband to qualify for the perfect apartment. They agree to marry and then part company, but when US officials decide to investigate the marriage they have to take a crash course on each other and 'create' a relationship - which then begins to come true.