Click (12a) Adam Sandler plays Michael Newman, an architect who works hard to keep his wife (Kate Beckinsale) and kids happy. One day he finds a universal remote that allows him to fast-forward and rewind to different parts of his life. Complications aris

Click (12a) Adam Sandler plays Michael Newman, an architect who works hard to keep his wife (Kate Beckinsale) and kids happy. One day he finds a universal remote that allows him to fast-forward and rewind to different parts of his life. Complications arise when the remote starts to overrule his choices. 2/5

* Hoodwinked (U) Little Red Riding Hood - a classic story but there is more to every tale than meets the eye. Furry and feathered cops from the animal world investigate a domestic disturbance at Granny's cottage involving a girl, a wolf and an axe. With Anne Hathaway voicing Red Riding Hood and Glen Close voicing the granny, the film has some hilarious moments. 2/5

* Life and Lyrics (15) The Motion Crew are a group of south London rappers led by DJ Danny 'D-Biz' Lewis (Ashley Walters). For Danny, his music is everything and his crew are like family. But loyalties are put to the test when Danny falls for the beautiful Carmen, who he soon finds out is related to a member of their most hated rivals - the violent and arrogant Hard Cash Crew. 3/5

* Children of Men (15) In 2027, as humankind faces its own extinction, a cynical government agent agrees to help transport and protect a miraculously pregnant woman to a sanctuary where her child's birth may help scientists save the future of mankind. Starring Sir Michael Caine, Julianne Moore and Clive Owen. 3/5

* An Inconvenient Truth (U) This film chronicles the career of former vice president Al Gore as he focuses on one of the biggest issues facing future generations - global warming. Gore lays out the case for the causes of global warming and traces his concerns with the phenomenon from his early days in politics to the aftermath of the 2000 Presidential election. 1/5

* Clerks II (15) Kevin Smith's sequel to the superb Clerks brings all the original characters back together. Transferring the situation from a convenience store to a fast food restaurant leads to hilarious consequences. 3/5

* Trust the Man (15) Tom (David Duchovny) and Rebecca (Julianne Moore) are suffering from a stable but sexless marriage. Rebecca's brother Tobey (Billy Crudup) and girlfriend Elaine (Maggie Gyllenhaal) are facing his commitment phobia and her desire to settle down. As their situations disintegrate the four friends cope with infidelity, break-ups and possible reconciliation. 3/5

* Dirty Sanchez: The Movie (18) The devil sets the Sanchez boys the ultimate challenge - they must complete stunts based on the seven deadly sins. The challenge takes these daredevils to various exotic locations as they tackle lust in Bangkok, pride in Tokyo, gluttony in Mexico and greed in the Dominican Republic. 1/5

Talladega Nights - The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (12A) Will Ferrell, John C Reilly and Michael Clarke Duncan star in this comedy about NASCAR driving. It's ok if you've got lots of money and time to waste but it is not one of Ferrell's funniest. 2/5

* The Black Dahlia (15) This adaptation of James Ellroy's muggy novel about one of LA's most notorious murders is dripping with the fat of film noir. You can spot its influences a mile off but it's still a lovely movie. Josh Hartnett and Scarlett Johansson star. 4/5

* The Queen (12A) Stephen Frears's luxurious film about the relationship between HM Queen Elizabeth II and Tony Blair following the death of Princess Di. All the plaudits will go to Helen Mirren but Michael Sheen's performance as Blair, visiting a character he played in Frears's The Deal, is once again sensational. 4/5

* Right At Your Door (15) Dirty bombs explode spreading toxic ash and panic across Los Angeles. Everyone is told to stay indoors so what will happen once Lexi, played by Mary McCormack, gets home to find her husband has already boarded up their home? 4/5

* Little Miss Sunshine (15) A motivational speaker is attempting to flog his book programme for success - without much success. He has to deal with his 'interesting' family who all come together thanks to a beauty contest. 3/5

* You, Me and Dupree (12A) Owen Wilson's slacker persona gets another airing in this competent, likable and funny film. He plays the Dupree of the title who finds himself invited to move in with his newly-married friends after he loses his job. 4/5

* Little Man (12A) Dumb comedy is taken to new heights in this film about a vertically challenged criminal Calvin Sims (Marlon Wayans). If you liked cross-racial drag flick White Chicks by the same people you will like this. 1/5

* Cars (PG) A flash and brash racing car, voiced by Owen Wilson, gets stuck in a small town and comes to appreciate the slower pace of life. Not a bad film but it doesn't quite have the magic of Pixar's other CGI tales. 3/5

* Garfield 2 (U) Garfield (Bill Murray) and his owner Jon (Breckin Meyer) travel to London so Jon can propose to his girlfriend Liz (Jennifer Love Hewitt). Taken to live in a life of luxury after being confused with a wealthy cat Garfield becomes the target of a jealous rival. 2/5

* Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (12A) The sequel to Johnny Depp's last film. Wildly silly and over the top, this sees more of Captain Jack Sparrow's misadventures including his battles against villain Bill Nighy's Davy Jones. 4/5