Our personal favourites from 2012 have to be the visually stunning 'Life of Pi' or the awesome time travel thriller 'Looper'. If your interested in something a little more dramatic then check out the arthouse drama - 'Amour'.
2012 was another year of star-crossed lovers, from Sam and Suzy in “Moonrise Kingdom” to the forbidden toners in “Pitch Perfect.” If you can’t find your not-so-perfect match, try inventing her a la “Ruby Sparks” or just stick with your hubby (“This is 40”)
This collection features franchise sequels/remakes that match or surpass the originals. For the most part franchise films turn out to be shameless Hollywood cash cows; but every so often you get films that pay homage to the spirit of their predecessors while making it accessible to modern audiences, 'Creed' being the most recent point in case.
Nicholas Sparks must have done a double take when he saw Channing Tatum queing up for 'Dear John': rarely has their been an actor so perfectly suited to making teenage girls go soft about the eyes and weak about the knees. Further strengthen that unfulfillable crush by checking out his most romantic roles.
After being introduced to the dramatic side of his range in 'Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Moneyball', we're excited to see what young Hill does next. Check out his most recent dramatic role as a gun-runner in 'War Dogs'.
'Borat', '21 Jump Street', 'South Park' , some of Hollywood's funniest flicks find root in classic television shows. The UK has a long standing tradition of turning it's sitcoms into movies, including 'Alan Partridge' 'The Inbetweeners' and 'In the Loop'.