Five of the best latest releases
Kick-Ass 2 (12A)
Based on the comic book of the same name by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr, Kick-Ass 2 continues the potty-mouthed misadventures of two young crime-fighters, who risk life and limb to ensure justice prevails.
Kick-Ass (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) becomes an inspiration to other would-be heroes and men and women from across the city don suits and masks to combat the criminal fraternity.
Colonel Stars And Stripes (Jim Carrey) and his team called Justice Forever recruit Kick-Ass into their ranks, convinced that there is greater power in numbers.
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Haunted by the death of her father, Hit-Girl (Chloe Grace Moretz) accepts the advice of her guardian, police sergeant Marcus Williams (Morris Chestnut), and retires her mask to pursue a normal teenage life as a schoolgirl, even trying out for the cheerleading squad. However, when Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) vows revenge against Kick-Ass for the death of his own father, Hit-Girl comes out of retirement to save one of her dearest friends.
Planes 3D (U)
Disney's latest animated adventure is a spin-off from Pixar's Cars series. Made by DisneyToon, Planes was originally due to be a straight-to-video release, but it was given the passport to fly onto the big screen after film bosses were impressed with the completed sequences.
The plot may seem rather predictable and all-too-familiar unlike Cars, but with colourful animated aerial sequences and high-flying humour, Planes is a fun, family-friendly film with some laugh-out-loud and touching moments.
The Lone Ranger (12A)
It's "Hi-ho, Silver. Away!" for Gore Verbinski and Johnny Depp, director and Oscar-nominated star of the Pirates Of The Caribbean saga, who reunite for this rootin' tootin' reinvention of the masked avenger.
Unquestionably, the 149-minute running time will leave audiences feeling saddle-sore and the film noticeably drags its spurs in the middle section. However, when it comes to the action, Verbinski's film delivers at a canter.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters 3D (PG)
Percy Jackson (Logan Lerman), son of Poseidon, is destined to successfully navigate the Sea of Monsters so he leads a separate mission. The usual children's holiday hokum that's better suited to Netflix.
Monsters University (U)
In the colourful and fast-paced prequel to Disney Pixar's Monsters, Inc, director Dan Scanlon harks back to Mike Wazowski's (voiced by Billy Crystal) childhood when the six-year-old ignites his desire to become a scarer.
Years later, Mike heads off to university to realise his dream, where he befriends shy roommate Randall Boggs aka Randy (Steve Buscemi) and impresses his teachers by regurgitating facts from textbooks.
However, classmate Sulley (John Goodman) gets all of the attention and is courted by the Roar Omega Roar fraternity and its dashing president, Johnny Worthington (Nathan Fillion).