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COLOMBIANA (15)

IN 1992 Colombia, 10-year-old Cataleya (Amandla Stenberg) witnesses the deaths of her parents at the hands of thug Marco (Jordi Molla) who is in the employ of druglord Don Luis (Beno Benites). Determined to avenge her parents' murders, the girl heads to Chicago to reunite with her gangster uncle Emilio (Cliff Curtis). Fast-forwarding 15 years, Cataleya (Zoe Saldana) is a sexy assassin responsible for 22 murders. FBI agent Ross (Lennie James) is on her trail but she will not end the killing spree until Don Luis and Marco are both six feet under.

STAR RATING: ***

FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS (15)

CORPORATE headhunter Jamie (Mila Kunis) woos talented website director Dylan (Justin Timberlake) to New York with a view to securing his employment at GQ magazine. Jamie and Dylan agree to enjoy no-strings-attached sex without falling for each other. While Dylan's colleague Tommy (Woody Harrelson) and Jamie's mother Lorna (Patricia Clarkson) foresee trouble, the pair continue with their agreement, blind to the consequences.

STAR RATING: ***

FRIGHT NIGHT 3D (15)

GEEKY teen Ed (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) warns best friend Charley (Anton Yelchin) that the hunky drifter, Jerry (Colin Farrell), who has moved in next-door is a vampire. When Ed vanishes without trace, Charley wonders if Jerry might be responsible. As the teenager investigates, he imperils his divorced mother, Jane (Toni Collette), and girlfriend Amy (Imogen Poots). Thankfully, showman and self-anointed vampire expert Peter Vincent (Tennant) has some valuable tips on defeatingcreatures of the night.

STAR RATING: ***

THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE (15)

The Inbetweeners have made the move to the big screen. We're reintroduced to pompous Will (Simon Bird) as he is being berated by his father (Anthony Head); the gormless but perpetually happy Neil (Blake Harrison) packing up his supermarket shift mid-service; lusty Jay (James Buckley) getting discovered by his mum in a compromising position; and a heartbroken Simon (Joe Thomas). As the four wave goodbye to Rudge Park Comprehensive, they decide they need a proper lads' holiday in Malia, Crete, to reinvent themselves.

STAR RATING: ***

JANE EYRE (PG)

JANE Eyre (Mia Wasikowska) flees Thornfield Hall, where she has been employed as governess for Adele Varens (Settbon Moore), the young ward of Edward Rochester (Michael Fassbender). She seeks refuge with clergyman St John Rivers (Jamie Bell) and his sisters. As Jane recuperates, she recalls her childhood with her cruel aunt Mrs Reed (Sally Hawkins) and as a pupil at Lowood charity school, run by the sadistic Mr Brocklehurst (Simon McBurney). Once Jane comes of age, she finds employment at Thornfield, where housekeeper Mrs Fairfax (Dame Judi Dench) welcomes her warmly. Mr Rochester falls under Jane's spell but he conceals a dark secret.

STAR RATING: ***

A LONELY PLACE TO DIE (15)

MOUNTAINEERS Alison (Melissa George), Rob (Alec Newman), Alex (Gary Sweeney), Jenny (Kate Magowan) and Ed (Ed Speleers) head into the Scottish Highlands. During a hike through a forest, they discover an eight-year-old Serbian girl, Anna (Holly Boyd), buried in a chamber in the earth. No sooner have the team rescued Anna than they come under fire from the kidnappers. Meanwhile Darko (Karel Roden) heads into the mountains with hired gun Andy (Eamonn Walker) and a suitcase containing the ransom money

STAR RATING: ***

ONE DAY (12A)

ANNE Hathaway and Jim Sturgess take the leads as bookish Emma Morley and charming ladies' man Dexter Mayhew, who have a drunken encounter on their graduation on St Swithin's Day in 1988, and make a pact to remain friends. As the years pass by, and despite the friends working in London, they often lose touch before reconnecting again. One Day charts 20 years, as they deal with the joys and heartbreaks of life.

STAR RATING: ***

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