Apparently only comedy and thriller trailers were released this week, not that I'm complaining (as is evidenced by how uncharacteristically pleasant I was to all the trailers this week).

First off, who doesn't love a good family reunion story? Well at least in this one we have a family of comedians to make this drawn-out plot line work. In This Is Where I Leave You, Jane Fonda is the head of this dysfunctional family unit that happens to include my favourites, Tina Fey and Jason Bateman. So naturally, hilarity ensues. Also take note on newbie Adam Driver, he appears in the second trailer as well and is probably gonna be around the comedy movie circuit for a while.

On his never ending pursuit to move away from the 'You're Harry Potter aren't you' questions in his life, Daniel Radcliffe takes a risky dive into comedy, and by the looks of it it's a great decision. Go Dan Rad. So What If is basically about the possibility of the love of your life being your best friend. Go figure. What can I say; I'm a sucker for cute looking comedies and this looks like the best pick of the summer so far. And Rafe Spall is in it so how can I not want to see this? Seriously, that guy is almost always comedy gold.

And onto the thrillers for this week with Kill The Messenger starring everyone's favourite male archer, Jeremy Renner. I may be a little biased here, but anything involving journalists uncovering crazy political scandals and I'm instantly hooked. Blame my journalism degree. I guess this film could also be named 'When reporters piss off governments and their affiliated groups'. Colour me intrigued.

Hand's up if you can't get enough of Liam Neeson saving the day! Yes, well it's clear that Neeson has carved out a nice little niche of being the kick ass everyday superman. With A Walk Among The Tombstones it looks like his reign of that title isn't stopping anytime soon.