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But this subtle second feature from Lenny Abrahamson (after 2004's lovely Adam and Paul) works wonderfully.

Garage 18 cert, 81 min Watch the trailer for Garage Father Ted played for tears sounds a terrible idea.Don Wycherley (also a Ted veteran - he appeared as Father Cyril Mac Duff) is a village bully who exploits Josie's goodwill; other locals include Anne Marie-Duff, who'll befriend Josie so long as he remains a cuddly halfwit, rather than a man with pride and desires.Beautifully shot and scripted, this is well worth sticking with, despite the trickling pace.You wouldn't need much imagination to guess what happens next.She puts his bulldog in a tutu, he forgets her at a nightclub.Nothing if not formulaic, Andy Fickman's genial comedy offers endless opportunities for giggling at someone who thinks of himself as physically competent being outwitted by an 8-year-old - which must go down a treat with parents in the audience, pleased their role is being credited as a testing one.

But in fact this goes one step further: the Rock's size actually becomes the punchline.

These films, like much of Almodovar's recent work, are rooted firmly within the genre of psychological drama, though the director actually began his career with (comparatively) lighter comedies like , which it describes as "an ensemble comedy." The film's cast, as you'd expect, features many Almodovar regulars, including Javier Cámara, Cecilia Roth, and Lola Dueñas, though the names most likely to resonate with US audiences are Antonio Banderas, Penelope Cruz, and Paz Vega -- all of whom are slated to make "special collaborations" on the film.

It's not yet clear what these "collaborations" will entail, though the director's selection should come as no great surprise, since all three have connections to Almodovar's universe.

Huston has an undeniable charisma - rent Ivansxtc (2002) - he just needs to find someone to harness it.

We Are Together PG cert, 86 min Erratic editing aside, it'd take a cold soul not to be moved by this documentary about Aids orphans in South Africa who keep up their spirits - and try to raise funds - by singing.

Vega collaborated with the director on 2002's , in which a young Banderas plays the unforgettable role of Ricky -- a slightly deranged, but ultimately kindhearted orphan who relentlessly pursues (and kidnaps) the object of his desire.