WHILE A Bump Along The Way might be grounded in familiar dramatic territory with its storyline about an unplanned pregnancy putting strain on the relationship between a teenager and her mother, Scottish director Shelly Love's Derry-set film adds a novel role-reversal twist to proceedings: this time, it's the wayward middle-aged parent who's expecting unexpectedly, much to the mortification of her straight-laced daughter.
BLAME it on It. After the critical and commercial success of director Andy Muschietti's 2017 horror thriller, skilfully adapted from Stephen King's novel, there was a pungent air of inevitability to film-makers plundering the writer's vast back catalogue.
SHOWING at QFT Belfast tomorrow and Saturday, Sharkwater Extinction is the visually stunning sequel to shark-loving conservationist and film-maker Rob Stewart's acclaimed 2006 documentary Sharkwater, in which the former photo journalist turned environmental crusader exposed illegal shark fishing practices around the world.
DIRECTED by one man, produced by two more and marshalled on to the big screen by an army of XY chromosomes, Adam Shankman's gender-reversed remake of What Women Want comes to the shocking conclusion that the sexes want the same things.