All the latest cinema releases

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Undated Film Still Handout from The Fifth Estate. Pictured: Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange, Daniel Bruhl as Daniel Berg, Carice van Houten as Birgitta Jonsdottir and Moritz Bleibtreu as Marcus. See PA Feature FILM Film Reviews. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/Entertainment One. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature FILM Film Reviews.

One of the biggest releases this week is undoubtedly ‘The Fifth Estate.’ which portrays Julian Assange’s development of Wikileaks.

With Benedict Cumberbatch as the man who disclosed a number of government documents to the public this is sure to generate interest, no matter what your feelings are on the matter.

Moving onto a wildly different subject matter we have ‘Turbo’ - the story of a garden snail with big dreams. Really.

Turbo hopes to become the fastest snail in the world and comes one step closer to realising his dream when an accident endows him with super-speed.

So, as you do, he goes on to compete in the Indianapolis 500, the fastest race in the world,

At least Samuel L. Jackson has a voice role in it.

Proving it really is a mixed week it’s back to a serious subject matter in ‘Captain Phillips’ a true story about a hijacking.

Tom Hanks stars as Phillips himself who offers himself as a hostage in exchange for the safe release of his crew when his US cargo ship becomes the first to be hijacked by pirates in 200 years.

And if you’re after an insipid-sounding rom-com ‘Baggage Claim’ might be just what you’re looking for.

It’s about a woman called Montana trying to find a fiancé in time for her sister’s wedding. Airports appear to be a predominant feature. That seems to be all you need to know.

And finally, ‘The Lebanese Rocket Society’ is a documentary about the Lebanese Space Race of the 1960s.

Look out for more new releases next week.