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"A rags to riches tale about an American footie player's entry into the Premiership fails to hit the back of the net."

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Other new releases this week
(Reviews from bbc.co.uk/films)

Deuce Bigalo: European Gigolo

"Unbearable sequel that relocates Rob Schneider's whorish hero to Amsterdam."

A History of Violence
"Viggo Mortensen's family man becomes a killer in David Cronenberg's superb, subversive thriller."

Revolver
Guy Ritchie has some good shots but is otherwise firing blanks in this Brit crime thriller. Read the review

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Controversial account of teenage rebellion in contemporary Singapore


A Lot Like Love
"Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet sparkle in this romantic comedy by British director Nigel Cole."

Brother (Brødre)

A Danish family is torn apart by jealousy and grief when a soldier husband and father comes back from beyond the grave.


The Business
Sun, sea, sand and savagery on the Costa del Crime in Nick Love's impressive gangster flick.


The Chorus (Les Choristes)
Sentimental but stirring drama about an inspiring teacher in a French school.

Dark Water
Jennifer Connelly is elegantly wasted in this wannabe horror movie from The Motorcycle Diaries' Walter Salles.


Descent
Horror from Neil Marshall, the director of Dog Soldiers.

The Devil's Rejects
"A family of psychos go on the run in this bloody road trip horror flick. Approach with caution."

DIG!
"Feuding bands, drug-addiction and the perils of fame make this rock doc essential viewing."

A Dirty Shame
It's not for everyone, but John Waters' latest crime against decency will have his devotees in ecstasy.

A Good Woman
"Helen Hunt and Scarlett Johannson star in this elegant update of an Oscar Wilde play."

Heidi
"Despite the enthusiasm of Emma Bolger, this British adaptation of the Heidi story is like the Alps upside-down: pointless."


Kill Your Idols

Filmed on no budget, this homage to New York's 1970s-1980s No Wave scene serves merely to reveal how rubbish the curent crop of U.S punky wannabees really is...allegedly.


Ladder 49
Joaquin Phoenix and John Travolta star in a disingenuous tribute to the American firefighter.


Land Of The Dead
"George A Romero revisits the zombie apocalypse in this smart horror actioner."

Lords Of Dogtown
"Catherine Hardwicke's sun-bleached, engaging tale of California skate punks in the 70s."

Machuca

Two boys from opposite ends of Santiago society form an unlikely friendship as Chile falls into the bloodied hands of dictator, Augusto Pinochet.


One Dollar Curry
"An Indian refugee poses as a master chef in this Parisian comedy."

Overnight
"An 'overnight' success self-destructs in this compelling documentary look at a would-be Hollywood hotshot."


Pride & Prejudice
Keira Knightley and Matthew MacFadyen star in this cosy adaptation of the Jane Austen novel.

Red Eye
If there's one lesson to be learned from Red Eye, it is this: never trust a man called Jackson Rippner...

Salaam Namaste
"Khan and Zinta head to Australia for the ground breaking Salaam Namaste."


Somersault
Clammy, erotic and unsettling, Somersault follows Heidi (Abbie Cornish), an emotionally fragile teenager who runs away from home after copping off with her mum's boyfriend.


Stealth

"An unmanned stealth fighter goes AWOL in a Top Gun-style action thriller starring Oscar winner Jamie Foxx."

Tarnation
"A remarkable autobiographical memoir spliced together from its creator's home movies and family photos."


The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg
"A new print of Jacques Demy's enchanting 60s musical."

Undertow
"Jamie Bell escapes a Deep South family with a secret in David Gordon Green's atmospheric tragedy."

Unleashed
"A kung fu master raised as a dog gets a new leash of life in this bizarre punchathon, scripted by Luc Besson."

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