This week saw the return of director Terry Gilliam (Brazil and 12 Monkeys) with Zero Theorem. Christoph Waltz plays a reclusive computer genius amongst one of the best ensemble casts we'll probably get this year. With Tilda Swinton, Ben Whishaw, David Thewis and many others, I'm just gonna say this is most likely going to be one of the best films we get this year and leave it at that.

I don't think I'll ever tire of Nick Hornby novels being adapted to films, and A Long Way Down probably isn't going to change my mind. Toni Collette, Pierce Brosnan, Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots play four strangers who meet on New Years Eve on a rooftop all wanting to commit suicide, and instead find solace in each other. Trust Nick Hornby to find comedy in the unlikeliest of places.

Whenever I see Sam Rockwell's name connected to a film, I immediately remember him dancing in the first Charlie's Angels film and think 'I wonder if he dances in this one'. Thankfully my prayers have been answered in this trailer for Better Living Through Chemistry.This time Rockwell is a small town pharmacist who gets enticed by a bored trophy wife played by Olivia Wilde. Cue use of prescription drugs naturally leading to a murder plot. Obviously.

Finally, I couldn't actually remember if I had included this next trailer in a previous post, so in interest of my bad memory I'm going to assume that we have all just stumbled upon this trailer for Blood Ties. Who doesn't love a good ol' crafty New York cop story?