A look at this week's top 5 box office releases... their show timings and synopsis:

Film: "Safe House"

Directed by: Daniel Espinosa

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Denzel Washington and Ruben Blades

Story: A young CIA agent is tasked with looking after a fugitive in a safe house. But when the safe house is attacked, he finds himself on the run with his charge.

Showing at:

1. Vue- Westwood Cross, Thanet

2. Cineworld - Ashford

3. Cineworld - Eastborne

4. Odeon - Maidstone

5. Odeon - Ipswich

Film: "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"

Directed by: John Madden

Starring: Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith, Dev Patel, Penelope Wilton and Judi Dench

Story: Dr. Ravi Kapoor has reached the end of his tether. He is over-worked and exhausted. His South London hospital is out of funds and reporters are hounding him about a pensioner, who for three days lay on a trolley in A and E, untended, the blood stiffening on her clothes. Even his home life has become impossible, as his father-in-law, a disgusting and difficult old man, has been kicked out of his nursing home and has moved into Ravi's spare bedroom. But then that "tip top man", his cousin, Sonny, has his brainwave, his "great eureka".

Showing at:

1. Vue - Westwood Cross, Thanet

2. Other - Sandwich

3. Odeon - Canterbury

4. Cineworld - Ashford

5. Other -Herne Bay

Film: "One for the Money"

Directed by: Julie Ann Robinson

Starring: Katherine Heigl, Debbie Reynolds and John Leguizamo

Story: Unemployed and newly-divorced Stephanie Plum lands a job at her cousin's bail-bond business, where her first assignment puts her on the trail of a wanted local cop from her romantic past.

Showing at:

1. Vue - Westwood Cross, Thanet

2. Cineworld - Ashford

3. Cineworld - Eastborne

4. Odeon - Maidstone

5. Odeon - Southend

Film: "Rampart"

Directed by: Oren Moverman

Starring: John Bernthal, Steve Buscemi and Woody Harrelson

Story: Nothing is more fascinating than a dirty cop. In real life they're terrifying but in the films their upending of law and order can open deep explorations of psychology, morality and violence.

Showing at:

1. Cine World - Brighton

2. Odeon - Norwich

3. Cineworld - Crawley

4. Empire - Basildon

5. Vue - Romford

Film: "The Adopted"

Directed by: Melanie Laurent

Starring: Marie Denarnaud, Dennis Menochet and Melanie Laurent

Story: "The Adopted" depicts scenes from a modern-day patchwork family where love throws everything out of balance.

Showing at:

1. Cine Lumiere - London