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Johnny Depp stars as the enigmatic bank robber John Dillinger in Heat director Michael Mann's hotly anticipated summer blockbuster Public Enemies. Famed for his prison breakouts, Dillinger became the number one target for J. Edgar Hoover's fledgling FBI and its top agent, Melvin Purvis, played here by The Dark Knight star Christian Bale.
The latest instalment of the hit Ice Age franchise, Dawn Of The Dinosaurs reunites our unlikely band of furry friends in a strange underground world where they must dodge the likes of T-Rex. This time fans of Manny, Scrat, Diego and Sid have the added bonus of the pals' adventures being filmed in spectacular 3D.
The producer behind Little Miss Sunshine attempts to repeat the trick of having a quirky feelgood comedy featuring the word "sunshine" in the title with Sunshine Cleaning. Brit actress Emily Blunt stars alongside Amy Adams as siblings who hatch a plan to make big money cleaning up after crime scenes.
A-listers Jack Black and Michael Cera team up for chronologically-challenged prehistoric comedy Year One. The hapless pair traipse through the Old Testament, unearthing many hackneyed gags which probably originated around the same time along the way.
Dubbed as "Buffy meets Crouching Tiger", Blood: The Last Vampire is the latest movie seeking to reinvent the vampire genre. Korean star Gianna Jun plays the titular "last vampire" attempting to avenge the death of her father by slashing her way through a demon-infested world in this martial arts epic.
Gael García Bernal and Diego Luno play intensely competitive footballing brothers (think a better looking version of the Nevilles) in Rudi & Cursi, a charmingly off-kilter Mexican comedy. Carlos Cuarón, screenwriter of the duo's previous hit Y Tu Mamá Tambien, directs.
>> Find out where Rudo & Cursi is showing near you
Also out this week: Fernando Eimbcke directs zen-like Mexican comedy drama Lake Tahoe; Abigail Breslin plays a girl genetically engineered to be an organ donor for leukaemia-suffering sister Sofia Vassilieva in My Sister's Keeper; Iranian film-maker Abbas Kiarostami delivers a powerful essay on facial expression in Shirin; and Russell Crowe plays a semi-retired cop on the trail of a serial killer in psychodrama Tenderness.