You couldn't three more completely different films if you tried. Imagine seeing these in one go? You'd be bonkers by the end of them.



Directed by Clint Eastwood and based on the smash-hit Broadway musical, Jersey Boys is the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Part history of music, part gangster epic, part coming-of-age drama, it's had a long and difficult journey going from the stage to the cinema. If anyone's going to make it happen, it's Dirty Harry. What are we thinking? Eastwood's last film, J. Edgar, was a bit of a letdown. Don't even mention Trouble With The Curve. So to see him trying to make another go of it again with Jersey Boys is heartening. But, in all honesty, we're never going to forgive him for that empty chair thing with Mitt Romney.




Eli Roth's known for making dangerously disgusting horror movies. Little wonder then that he's taking on the mother of all found-footage horror films. Based on a banned Italian film called Cannibal Holocaust, The Green Inferno will see Roth delve into the jungles of South America where a young woman falls afoul of a tribe of - you guessed it - cannibals. The original film was at the certain of a massive legal dispute in Italy during the 1970's because the authorities believed it to be an actual snuff film. Don't know what a snuff film is? Yeah, we're not explaining that one. 




Directed by Paul Haggis - who directed the Oscar-winning Crash and In The Valley Of Elah - and starring an ensemble cast of Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, Olivia Wilde, James Franco and Adrien Brody, Third Person is an interconnected story of three couples spread across three cities. The trailer's all very serious and dramatic, but we've no clue what's going on. James Franco, though. Are we over him now? After that whole Instagram thing, it's looking like we are.