The second Thor film to come out and the overall eight release of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor: The Dark World sees Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Kat Dennings and Anthony Hopkins reprising their roles from 2011's Thor.
The synopsis goes like this: "Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to save us all."
Soooooo, if you're into superheroes, this one's a must.
Starring Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy, this British rom-com revolves around a young man who learns that all the men in his family have the power to travel back in time and change the past in order to make the future the best it can be.
As soon as he finds out about his special gift, Nighy's character travels back to a recent New Year's Eve party where he was originally too shy to kiss McAdams at midnight and this time, he goes for it. From that point on, he tries to use his powers to make his relationship perfect. Imagine if that were actually possible...
The Book Thief
Definitely the 'heaviest' of the three releases, The Book Thief "follows a spirited young girl named Liesel (Sophie Nelisse) who witnesses the horrors of Nazi Germany while in the care of foster parents, played by Rush and Watson. The girl arrives with a stolen book and begins collecting other tomes, learning to read while her stepparents harbor a Jewish refugee (Ben Schnetzer) under the stairs."
A new take on a subject that seems to be revisited at least once every year through film, this movie is a must, whether you're a history buff or just want to watch something with some real human interest and true heart and soul.