Simply one of the best films you'll see this year, this Golden Globe weeping feature has more than a feel of the Coen brothers about it and Martin McDonagh with the help of some incredible performances from his cast, most notably Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell proving what an incredible talent he is.
4. The Darkest Hour
A film that will surely feature strongly on the various award nominees lists in the coming months, this dramatic depiction of a famous time in world history features a career high performance from the always brilliant Gary Oldman in the very dependable hands of director Joe Wright. Not to be missed!
Pixar's latest animated creation boasts some spectacular visuals and deserves kudos for dealing with difficult subject matter in their own unique family friendly way. A recent Golden Globe winner that will do nothing to harm Pixar's tremendous back catalogue. A wonderful family film!
A film based on the true story of a cover-up that spanned four U.S. Presidents pushed the country's first female newspaper publisher and a hard-driving editor to join an unprecedented battle between journalist and government, that is directed by Steven Spielberg and stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks...need I go on??
The latest feature from director Richard Linklater flips from raw drama to moments of refreshing humour thanks in no small part to an all star cast that includes Bryan Cranston, Steve Carrell and Laurence Fishburne and earned rave reviews on it's US release last year. Recommended!