Haven't heard much from George Clooney recently have we? Just like buses, nothing for ages then two come along! 'Fantastic Mr Fox' and 'Up In The Air' are Mr Clooney's next two big projects and we've got an exclusive clip for you from the latter - have a look and see what you think...
Adventureland (pictured) Kristen Stewart is awesome in this 80s set comedy, with a nerdy guy (Jesse Eisenberg) falling head over heels for her in amongst the dodgems at the theme park where they work. Hilariously sarcastic and genuinely romantic. 4 stars.
Julie & Julia Meryl Streep heads for her millionth Oscar nod with this larger-than-life performance as 1950s chef Julia Childs, the inspiration for New Yorker Julie (Amy Adams) to start a blog about French cooking. Classy. 4 stars.
Sorority Row It won't challenge your brain cells, but this enjoyably trashy horror set at an exclusive girl's college has enough knowing comedy value to make it on the money. Oh, comedy value AND an incredibly hot cast. 3 stars.
Dorian Gray Dull, dull, dull adaptation of a English lit classic about a Victorian man who never ages, whilst his self-portrait slowly withers in his attic. Colin Firth has a laugh as an older gent with a stake in the story but lead Ben Barnes can't smoulder like he's meant to. 2 stars.
Whiteout Kate Beckinsale misfires in this fun vacuum, about a US marshall tracking a murderer in the South Pole. There's lots of snow, ice and people in huge coats. But not much else. 1 star.
Fish Tank Low-fi Brit drama about 15 year old girl with big dreams, slowly losing her mind on her claustrophobic housing estate. Dreamy teen pic with an impressively raw performance from unknown lad Katie Jarvis. 4 stars.
The September Issue Doco following legendary Vogue editor Anna Wintour as she puts together the latest issue of the fashion bible. You've seen it before in Ugly Betty and Devil Wears... - but this time it's all real. Engrossing. 4 stars.
You gotta love films like Sorority Row. You're never gonna sit and watch this college horror thinking 'Hmmm, I wonder what the subtext is in this?' coz it's all there, in your face, in its gory glory. And everyone is soooo good-looking. Seriously, there are so many hot women in this it's like The Saturdays have been cloned. But when everyone involved seems to recognise their film's limitations, even celebrate them, you can't really criticise. So there you go, it's another slasher pic with fit people in it (such as Rumer Willis and Brianna Evigan). And you know what, I'M FINE WITH THAT!