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Also showing: Chernobyl Diaries, Think Like a Man, Where Do We Go Now?, Wagner's Dream and The Rise And Fall of a White Collar Hooligan

Chernobyl Diaries (83 mins, 15)

Some dumb American tourists visit an abandoned town near Chernobyl, only to find that it may not be abandoned, after all. The creator of Paranormal Activity has built a well-engineered scare machine, but it might have been nice if he'd put in some plot and characterisation to go with all the running and screaming.

Think Like a Man (122 mins, 12A)

Battle-of-the-sexes comedy set in Los Angeles. It's quite funny, despite its retrograde view of relationships.

Where Do We Go Now? (110 mins, 15)

Nadine Labaki, the Lebanese writer, director and star of Caramel, returns with a strident, uneven anti-war parable set in a half-Muslim, half-Christian mountain village.

Wagner's Dream (115 mins, U)

Solid documentary about Robert Lepage's controversially hi-tech staging of The Ring Cycle at the New York Metropolitan Opera.

The Rise And Fall of a White Collar Hooligan (85 mins, 18)

Crass Britflick in which a thuggish bloke gets involved in credit-card fraud.