WORLD TRADE CENTER: With World Trade Center, Oliver Stone chooses to not examine conspiracy theories about the September 11 terror attacks and, as a result, produces a truly emotional film.
CLICK: Click re-teams Adam Sandler and director Frank Coraci, who worked together on The Wedding Singer. Unfortunately, this time around they’re unable to recreate the same ‘magic’.
MY SUPER EX GIRLFRIEND: Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman returns to the big screen with an entertaining but riddled-with-flaws look at what would happen if you dated and broke-up with a superhero.
A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION: The new film by legendary director Robert Altman takes an enjoyable - if somewhat stilted - look at the golden age of radio by making the most of a stellar cast of performers.
JOHN TUCKER MUST DIE: John Tucker Must Die may boast a near-naked Jesse Metcalfe but it’s neither as violent nor interesting as its name implies and instead retreads the High school teen comedy formula.
CONFETTI: Confetti magazine cordially invites you to watch three couples fight it out as they strive to win the coveted title of the ‘Most Original Wedding of the Year.’
UNITED 93: A brilliant yet unrelenting look at the events surrounding the hijacking of United Airlines Flight 93 on September 11.
THUMBSUCKER: Director Mike Mills presents us with a world where everyone is addicted to something and examines what happens these addictions are taken away.
THE LAKE HOUSE: Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves team up again - for the first time since 1994’s Speed - for a schmaltzy new film about love across time.
The Break-Up: In a case of art imitating life Jennifer Aniston stars alongside Vince Vaughn in a romantic comedy - of sorts.
SUPERMAN RETURNS: The man of steel makes his long awaited return to cinema screens. As Christo Oberholzer found out, a lot about him has changed but even more has stayed the same.
CARS: In their newest animated effort, the gurus at Pixar ask you to suspend your disbelief and identify with a world populated by talking, feeling cars.
TAKE THE LEAD: Much like last year’s Shall We Dance - which did great box-office in SA - Take the Lead hopes to woo its audience with an all-dancing leading man.
POSEIDON: Poseidon, with its watery theme and a capsized luxury cruise ship provides a series of over-blown and obvious set-pieces that are decidedly uninspired.
MATCH POINT: With a change in locale – from New York to London – Woody Allen produces a film that is decidedly darker and at times shocking when compared to his previous works.
FIND ME GUILTY: Action star Vin Diesel makes a career choice that’ll have you realising that there’s more to him than his usual popcorn flick persona.
PRETTY PERSUASION: This small art-house film received some negative reviews in the US. Christo Oberholzer, however, found it to be "disgustingly enjoyable".
X-MEN: THE LAST STAND: This messy, possibly final, instalment in the X-Men film franchise proves that three isn’t always the charm.
THE DA VINCI CODE: It’s the most hyped movie of the year, but can this Hollywood blockbuster live up to the expectations of the book’s fans?
THE HILLS HAVE EYES: With The Hills Have Eyes, eighties horror master Wes Craven revives his 1977 cult gore classic and repackages it for 2006.