Good morning and welcome to the new and improved Saturday morning Film Roundup! Every Saturday we'll be bringing you our Top 5 films choices of the week, for you to look out for at a theatre near you! On this weeks Film Roundup - Sci-Fi action and adventure, quirky indy comedy and tranquil foreign cinema. Check it out! 1. Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen Released:June 24, 2009 Directed by:Michael Bay Genre:Sci-Fi Trailer:Click Here The battle for Earth has ended but the battle for the universe has just begun. After returning to Cybertron, Starscream assumes command of the Decepticons, and has decided to return to Earth with force. The Autobots believing that peace was possible finds out that Megatron's dead body has been stolen from the US Military by Skorpinox and revives him using his own spark. Now Megatron is back seeking revenge and with Starscream and more Decepticon reinforcements on the way, the Autobots with reinforcements of their own, may have more to deal with then meets the eye. 2. District 9 Released:September 4, 2009 Directed by:Neill Blomkamp Genre:Sci-Fi Trailer:Click Here An extraterrestrial race forced to live in slum-like conditions on Earth suddenly find a kindred spirit in a government agent that is exposed to their biotechnology. 3. Paper Heart Released:August 7, 2009 Directed by:Nicholas Jasenovec Genre:Comedy Trailer:Click Here Charlyne Yi does not believe in love. Or so she says. Well, at the very least, she doesn’t believe in fairy-tale love or the Hollywood mythology of love, and her own experiences have turned her into yet another modern-day skeptic. Paper Heart follows Charlyne as she embarks on a quest across America to make a documentary about the one subject she doesn’t fully understand. As she and her good friend (and director) Nicholas search for answers and advice about love, Charlyne talks with friends and strangers, scientists, bikers, romance novelists, and children. They each offer diverse views on modern romance, as well as various answers to the age-old question: does true love really exist? Then, shortly after filming begins, Charlyne meets a boy after her own heart: Michael Cera. As their relationship develops on camera, her pursuit to discover the nature of love takes on a fresh new urgency. Charlyne risks losing the person she finds closest to her heart. Combining elements of documentary and traditional storytelling, reality and fantasy, Paper Heart brings a fresh perspective to the modern romance and redefines the classic love story. 4. Lymelife Released:April 17, 2009 Directed by:Derick Martini Genre:Drama Trailer:Click Here Based on the true childhood experiences of director Derick Martini, Lymelife is set in the 70’s, and is seen through the innocent eyes of 15-year old Scott Bartlett. A unique coming of age story, Lymelife explores first love, last love and the dangers of the American Dream. This hilarious, violent and sometimes tragic look at family dynamics weaves an intricate tapestry of American life during a time of drastic economic and emotional change. Award Winning and Critically acclaimed, Lymelife features a magnificent ensemble cast who make you laugh and cry along with them. 5. Treeless Mountain Released:April 22, 2009 Directed by:So Yong Kim Genre:Drama, Foreign Trailer:Click Here When their mother needs to leave in order to find their estranged father, six-year-old Jin and her younger sister, Bin, are left to live with their Big Aunt for the summer. With only a small piggy bank and their mother’s promise to return when it is full, the two young girls are forced to acclimate to changes in their family life. Counting the days, and the coins, the two bright-eyed young girls eagerly anticipate their mother’s homecoming. But when the bank fills up, and with their mother still not back, Big Aunt decides that she can no longer tend to the children. Taken to live on their grandparent’s farm, it is here that Jin comes to learn the importance of family bonds in this beautiful, meditative, and thought-provoking second feature from So Yong Kim.