A trip to the cinema is becoming ever more appealing as the weather gets more and more miserable. Luckily, this week we're spoiled for choice with some fantastic new releases.
Whether Sci-Fi is your thing, comedy-dramas float your boat or good old Westerns do it for you, you're bound to fight something that tickles your fancy this weekend.
Don't miss out on these fantastic performances from some of our favourite actors and actresses!
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 1
Under the leadership of Commander Coin and following the advice of her friends, Katniss works to save Peeta and an entire nation. This Sci-Fi adventure, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth, boasts powerful performances and a gripping storyline. For any Hunger Games fans, it’s not to be missed!
When the Game Stands Tall
This drama is based on real events and tells the story of legendary football coach Bob Ladouceur, played by Jim Caviezel, who helped the De La Salle High School Spartans move from relative obscurity to the big leagues. Sports-driven and action packed, but with a wonderful story at its centre, this new release could be right up your street!
My Old Lady
Starring Kevin Kline, Kristin Scott-Thomas and the wonderful Maggie Smith, this British comedy-drama tells the story of a New Yorker, down on his luck, who inherits a Parisian apartment, but finds it comes with a little catch! A feel-good movie perfect for a winter evening.
This Western, directed by Tommy Lee Jones, follows the journey of three women who begin to show signs of insanity as a result of pioneer life and must be escorted, by wagon, to Iowa in search of assistance. Starring Hilary Swank and Meryl Streep, this film boasts powerful performances from its star studded cast.
Get on Up
Chronicling the life of world famous recording artist, James Brown, this film details the musician's early days in extreme poverty through to his ultimate rise to fame and fortune. Dubbed the Godfather of Soul, this star didn't have an easy rise to the top, but never stopped pursuing his dream. This bio- drama is definitely worth a watch and is, unsurprisingly, jam packed with his greatest hits!