Five of the best latest releases
One Direction: This Is Us 3D (PG)
Directed by Morgan Spurlock of Supersize Me fame, One Direction: This Is Us is the story of five lads – Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson – and their meteoric rise to fame.
Except, sadly, this is not their full story, warts and all.
There's footage of the boys performing on stage including vaguely pointless graphics, mucking around backstage, winding down post-show on the tour bus and relaxing in their hotel rooms. And yes, at one point we see Styles's boxer shorts.
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Fans feature heavily in Spurlock's film, as they have done in the boys' careers – never has the phrase "We wouldn't be here without you" rung so true.
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (12A)
Fifteen-year-old New Yorker Clary (Lily Collins) discovers that she is from a family of Shadowhunters, who are half-angel warriors locked in a battle to protect the world from demons.
Downworld, the alternate New York where the Shadowhunters live, proves to be an unsafe place to hang out and Clary's makeshift gang soon find their lives are in danger. As an added kick in the teeth, they are also no closer to finding Lily's missing mum.
Set in the year 2154, where the very wealthy live on a man-made space station while the rest of the population resides on a ruined Earth, a man takes on a mission that could bring equality to the polarised worlds.
We're the Millers (15)
David Clark (Jason Sudeikis), a small-time drug dealer, seeks help from his neighbours, stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston) and geeky teen Kenny, along with street-wise Casey in order to look like any other all-American family. As they take to the road in an obscenely large motorhome, dressed in nice, middle-class clothes and with sensible haircuts, they might look the part, but it's not long before this dysfunctional grouping gets into all sorts of scrapes.
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.