Every now and then, we see two films with almost identical plots released in the same year.
It was inevitable that, once Nolan's Batman trilogy was completed, a set such as this would come along.
Emma Thompson returns as the eponymous, magical menopausal Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee, in this decent – but not totally spellbinding – sequel to the 2005 hit.
Bad Blake (Bridges) is an ageing country singer-songwriter whose star has been fading for quite some time.
There’s a moment in Away We Go when pregnant Verona (Rudolph) remembers how her own mother was 25 when she had her.
In The Dark Knight, Batman sets out to destroy organised crime in Gotham City for good, with the help of Lieutenant Jim Gordon and committed new District Attorney Harvey Dent.
Sherrybaby, Maggie Gyllenhaal’s much anticipated step-up to the big leagues, is an unusual film. It’s basically a three-star movie held together by a five-star performance.