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Find out what's coming to a cinema near you soon. Our month-by-month calendar gives you every new movie until autumn 2013. Release dates? Actors? Directors? It’s all right here.

January film highlights



Tuesday January 1

McCullin

British war photographer Don McCullin is one of the most respected photographers alive, best known for his shots of war zones and famines.

Playing for Keeps

A jobless Scottish ex footballer, eager to bond with his son, signs up to coach the after-school football team.

Quartet

The plot centres around a retirement home for opera singers where three residents attempt to put on a concert to celebrate Verdi's birthday.

The Impossible

From Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona (‘The Orphanage’), The Impossible is the first film to be made about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.


Friday January 4

Chinatown (RI)

Jake Gittes is a hard-boiled private eye who gets everything wrong.

Hors Satan

A mystifying deity wanders the drab uplands of France’s Opal Coast.

Repulsion (RI)

A stunning portrait of the disintegration, mental and emotional, of a Belgian girl.

Table 21

Time Out has not reviewed this film yet.


Wednesday January 9

Texas Chainsaw 3D

This is the seventh film in the Chainsaw franchise, but is actually an alternate sequel picking up where the first 1974 film left off.


Thursday January 10

Gangster Squad

Gosling and Stone reunite for a different sort of outing in this crime drama set in 1940s and ’50s Los Angeles.


Friday January 11

American Mary

A tale of a young medical student who turns to underground illegal surgery to make a spot of extra cash.

Dance With The Jackals 2

Four inmates take part in a new drug trial with the promise of parole, and promise not to revert to their old lawless ways.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

A doc about 85 year-old chef Jiro Ono, who is considered by some experts to be the best sushi chef in the world.

Les Misérables

Tom Hooper’s rabble-rousing film of London’s longest running musical (staggering fact: 60 million people worldwide have seen ‘Les Mis’).

Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola

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May I Kill U?

Kevin Bishop stars as a policeman on a bike who dabbles in a spot of rough justice.

Midnight Son

A night security guard graduates from drinking animal blood to shop-bought human plasma.

Sadi Love Story

This Punjabi film is the directing debut of Dheeraj Rattan, who established his reputation as a writer.

The Lookout

Parisian commissioner Mattei works to identify a sniper and robbers and put them behind bars.

Underground

A film about the tangle of love lives between Leicester Square and Stockwell.

What Richard Did

When teenager Richard Karlsen's flirtation with Lara turns serious, he incurs the wrath of her ex, Conor.


Friday January 18

Ballroom Dancer

Tempers run high in this intimate doc about a former dance champion.

Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino's new film takes place in the time of American slavery.

Everyday

A fictional portrait of a mother of four coping with the imprisonment of her husband.

Monsters, Inc 3D

3-D version of Pixar's riotous monster mash of 2001.

The Sessions

A man living in an iron lung endeavours to lose his virginity.

The Wee Man

A grim and uninvolving crime saga about honour among thieves.

V/H/S

A gang of burglars discover the owner of the house dead next to a stash of films.


Friday January 25

Hollow

An old monastery is said to be haunted by a centuries-old evil spirit that drives young couples to commit suicide.

Lincoln

Biopic of the great American president, focussing on the closing months of the Civil War.

Movie 43

Ten directors, ten overlapping stories and a massive star-studded cast.

The King of Pigs

Time Out has not reviewed this film yet.

The Last Stand

A sheriff on the Tex-Mex border gets caught in a face-off with an evil drugs cartel boss.

The Liability

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Won't Back Down

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Zero Dark Thirty

A gritty, unbelievably tense procedural about the decade-long hunt for Osama Bin Laden.



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