An arthouse fishing-trawler documentary sounds like a practical joke, but this takes us to places we've never before – into the ocean depths and back out on to the decks with the catch.
(Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Véréna Paravel, 2012, Fra/UK/US) 87 mins
It's a series of dark, semi-abstract tableaux full of flapping fish, clanking machinery and tattooed fishermen doing wet, gory work. It's easy to forget this is real life you're watching.
Saving Mr Banks (PG)
(John Lee Hancock, 2013, US) Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson. 125 mins
How Walt Disney came to make Mary Poppins was hardly a pressing movie mystery, and one suspects a spoonful of drama has been added, but the leads are eminently watchable.
(Kimberly Peirce, 2013, US) Chloë Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore. 100 mins
Brian De Palma's schoolgirl horror hardly needed fixing, and this earnest update brings little new to the paranormal prom.
Jeune & Jolie(18)
(François Ozon, 2013, Fra) Marine Vacth, Géraldine Pailhas. 94 mins
More French female nubility after Blue Is The Warmest Colour, this time a teen with a secret life as a prostitute.
Marius, Fanny (NC)
(Daniel Auteuil, 2013, Fra) Raphaël Personnaz, Victoire Bélézy, Daniel Auteuil. 94 mins/102 mins
Auteuil adapts Pagnol's Marseilles trilogy.
Saving Santa (U)
(Leon Joosen, Aaron Seelman, 2013, UK) Martin Freeman, Tim Curry. 82 mins
An elf saves Christmas in this cheaply animated kiddies' comedy.
The Best Man Holiday (15)
(Malcolm D Lee, 2013, US) Morris Chestnut, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard. 123 mins
The cast of 1999's The Best Man reunite for more relaxed dramedy.
Free Birds (U)
(Jimmy Hayward, 2013, US) Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Amy Poehler. 91 mins
Time-travelling turkeys try to alter their Thanksgivings in this low-rent animation.
Day Of The Flowers (15)
(John Roberts, 2013, UK/Cub) Eva Birthistle, Carlos Acosta. 99 mins
Two Scottish sisters travel to Cuba for unassuming cross-cultural escapades.
Life's A Breeze (15)
(Lance Daly, 2013, Ire) Kelly Thornton. 83 mins
Realist laughs as a cash-strapped Dublin family seek their fortune.
Dirty Wars (15)
(Richard Rowley, 2013, US) Jeremy Scahill, 86 mins
Fearless investigation into America's secret death squads and the ever-expanding war on terror.
No Fixed Abode (NC)
(Steve Rainbow, 2012, UK) Patrick Baladi, Saskia Butler, Sean Connolly. 70 mins
A family man wakes up in a homeless hostel in this low-budget drama.
Who Needs Enemies (18)
(Peter Stylianou, 2013, UK) Michael McKell. 91 mins
Staple Brit gangster ingredients rearranged into a passable revenge thriller.
Bullett Raja (15)
(Tigmanshu Dhulia, 2013, Ind) Saif Ali Khan. 135 mins
Trigger-happy Bollywood action nonsense.
Out from Friday
Kill Your DarlingsDaniel Radcliffe plays Allen Ginsberg.
Bruce Dern takes a soulful road trip.
Disney thaws out the Snow Queen.
Josh Brolin leads Spike Lee's remake.
Forest Whitaker, Nas and Mary J Blige in a New York musical.
A small town gangs up on Jason Statham.
Ethan Hawke in a car-chase kidnap thriller.
In the ladies' with Sheridan Smith.
The Patience Stone
Portrait of an Afghani marriage.
Big Bad Wolves
Israeli killer thriller.
A Polish swimmer grapples with his sexual orientation.
A Long Way From Home
A couple are shaken out of their French retirement.
Comedy about a hopeless would-be dad.
A fake 1970s horror movie is remade.
Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf's
Doc celebrating the New York store.
The Swell Season
Catch up with the Once musician.
This Ain't California
Semi-doc on skateboarding in 1980s East Germany.
Hindi action comedy.
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