CURIOSITY killed the yak in director Karey Kirkpatrick's effervescent computer-animated romp, which follows an inquisitive yeti who comes in from the cold to prove the existence of a race of diminutive hairless creatures called humans.
SEVEN years after Rowan Atkinson's MI7 agent blundered through the lacklustre sequel Johnny English Reborn, the rubber-faced leading man dusts off his licence to kill for a globetrotting third mission under the direction of David Kerr.
IT'S Cinemagic time again, with a month-long programme of film screenings, masterclasses, workshops and special events aimed at offering children and young people an insight into the magic of film, television and digital technologies.
“IT’S not always cowardice that makes men run,” says disgraced police inspector Hannah (Hugo Weaving) of his former British army comrade, the now renegade Martin Feeney (James Frecheville), in Black 47.
IN 1968, the posters for 2001: A Space Odyssey proclaimed it to be 'the ultimate trip', a studio cash-in on the film's burgeoning popularity with young audiences who began flocking to it while under the influence of psychedelics.
THE bromance of director Peter Berg and muscular leading man Mark Wahlberg has been going strong since 2013, when the two men ventured into war-torn Afghanistan for the explosive true story of Lone Survivor.