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The Rock-itt : February 2011
as Aaron Ralston. It is the true story of Ralston; a mountain climber who resorts to desperate measures after canyoneering alone through Utah becomes trapped under a boulder. Hereafter Clint Eastwood returns to the directing chair with Matt Damon starring in a drama revolving around three different individuals who are affected by mortality in different ways. Damon has a special connection with the afterlife while Marie (Ce'cile De France) has her life turned upside down after a near-death experience, while a young London schoolboy loses the person closest to him. FEBRUARY 17 Gnomeo and Juliet The last of this summer's child's films, an animated, and little odd re-telling of William Shakespeare's tale of love 'Gnomeo and Juliet' tells the story of two Gnomes who refuse to listen to their side of the lawns pleas and begin to fall for each other. With garden tools and accessories lending them advice, with lawnmower races causing havoc can the young couple find lasting happiness? Rabbit Hole Adapted for the screen from a stage play 'Rabbit Hole' sees Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight, Thank you for Smoking) star alongside Aussie Nicole Kidman as a couple who must deal with the tragic loss of their son. Kidman's performance in the film has been highly praised earning her a golden globe, and possible Academy Award nomination.