(Lisa Cholodenko, 2010, Us) Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo, Mia Wasikowska, Josh Hutcherson. 106 mins
Double lesbian motherhood proves to be no less messed up a family set up than any other here, although it does give two great actresses meaty roles, and open up a fresh set of complications when their teenage children track down their biological father (Ruffalo). Sexual politics play a distant second to character dramedy here, and even if it gets mushy, it's a funny, observant study of real, flawed people.
Burke & Hare (15)
(John Landis, 2010, UK) Simon Pegg, Andy Serkis, Isla Fisher. 91 mins
The well-filmed tale of Irish bodysnatchers in Edinburgh gets a Laurel and Hardyish treatment courtesy of Pegg and Serkis, with a dash of romantic comedy and plenty of celebrity cameos amid the irreverent corpse-mongering.
(Ruben Östlund, 2008, Swe) Villmar Björkman, Linnea Cart-Lamy, Leif Edlund. 102 mins
Overtones of Östlund's compatriot Roy Andersson in this penetrating,