Our take on the summer blockbusters: Han Cock Action comedy. A lazy, homeless Han Chinese rooster has incredible superpowers, and every time he uses them he hurts more people than he helps. But when he learns that all of his compatriots have been condemned to die before 8pm that evening, Han Cock is the only one with the power to help. Along with a sympathetic wet market stallholder, he shapes up and overcomes the bagmen of the Agriculture and Fisheries Department. Martinl-E Animation. The last democratic politician on Earth is left all alone, trying to clean up the debris of bureaucracy when he is disturbed by the arrival of a young, beautiful democrat with an agenda of her own. He follows her wherever she goes, but when they discover a frightening truth about 2012 they’re soon on the run. The stunning animation lends emotion and life to previously robotic figures. Kung Fu Sturgeon Action. When a sturgeon is found DOA in Ocean Park, the police bring in a high-kicking detective from Aquatic Pescicide—who also just happens to be the dead fish’s brother. The by-the-book local sturgeon copper doesn’t like his new partner’s crude-but-effective methods, but the two must work together to solve the case. When a barracuda ‘fesses up but five more sturgeon are flown in to replace the dead one, the cops begin to suspect a cover-up of governmental proportions. Unsatisfying Sex and the City Very short film. Four office ladies talk about getting huge flower bouquets and their ham sup boyfriends. Disappointing. iPhone Man Action. A rich industrialist is forced to build a body for himself out of a discarded iPhone casing after being nearly killed in a violent scuffle outside an Apple Store. He then dedicates his life to developing aesthetically-pleasing global communications devices, but when the iPhone 3G is released he begins to feel inferior. Tickets available now in limited quantities, but there’s a four-day wait and you’ll have to pay a non-refundable downpayment if you want to see this in the cinemas.