Also showing: Friends with Kids, Dark Horse, Lovely Molly and Storage 24
Friends with Kids, 110 mins, 15
When Harry Met Sally with nappies. Jennifer Westfeldt is a thirtysomething who decides to have a baby with her platonic pal, Adam Scott. You can guess what happens.
Dark Horse, 85 mins, 15
Todd Solondz's misanthropic comedy sees a lumpen nerd (Jordan Gelber) dating a woman (Selma Blair) who'd be out of his league if she weren't so depressed.
Lovely Molly, 100 mins, 15
The maker of The Blair Witch Project returns with a potent mix of horror film and indie drama.
Storage 24, 87 mins, 15
Decent Brit monster movie. Noel Clarke and pals run around a warehouse, avoiding a face-munching alien.
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