Jun 25 2010 by Lizzie Struthers, Kilmarnock Standard
GET ready for sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll as Russell Brand and Jonah Hill star in the comedy Get Him To The Greek (15).
Young music executive Aaron Green (Hill) has been assigned to fly to London and drag British rocker Aldous Snow (Brand) back to LA to kick off his world tour in the Greek Theatre.
But Aldous has other things on his mind – like having as much debauched fun as possible.
Aaron must negotiate drug smugglers, New York City brawls and Vegas lap dancers to get Aldous back to LA sober and in one piece.
Horror film The Collector (18) comes from the twisted minds behind bloodbaths Saw IV and V.
When Arkin (Josh Stewart), an ex-con, decides to rob the house of a family on vacation, he discovers he is not the only uninvited visitor.
The occupants are at the mercy of a masked collector, who has filled the house with deadly traps.
When in Rome (PG) is a romantic comedy with plenty of passion and lots of laughs.
New Yorker Beth (Kristen Bell) has become disillusioned with romance. So she decides to steal some coins from a fountain of love in Rome – and finds herself fending off the advances of the men who threw them in, including a sausage magnate, a street magician, a painter and a self-obsessed model.
At the same time, a charming reporter begins to pursue her. Now Beth has more suitors than she can handle – all she has to do is pick the right one.
A hitman tries to retire, but a beautiful thief may change his plans in the action comedy Wild Target (12A).
Bill Nighy plays Victor Maynard, an uptight middle-aged assassin.
One day Victor’s ruthless routine is interrupted when he decides to spare one of his intended victims, Rose (Emily Blunt).
At the same time he also manages to acquire a young apprentice, Tony (Rupert Grint).
Now Victor finds himself with two companions, who both think he is a detective, and a very unhappy client with murderous intentions.