Based on the best-selling novel by author John Green, Paper Towns is a coming-of-age story based on the friendship between Quentin (Nat Wolff) and Margo (Cara Delevingne) who loves mysteries so much she becomes one.
After befriending Quentin at a tender young age after moving in across the street from him, Margo becomes infatuated with all things cryptic.
Directed by Rob Cohen (The Fast and the Furious, Stealth), ‘The Boy Next Door’ is advertised as a thriller, though this fact is definitely debatable.
Starring Jennifer Lopez as Claire Peterson and Ryan Guzman (Step Up Revolution, April Rain) as Noah, the film tells the story of a handsome teenager (Guzman), who moves in next door to newly separated high-school teacher Claire.
For those who aren’t yet aware, ‘The Theory of Everything’ is a film based on the famous relationship of physician Stephen Hawking, and his wife Jane.
Directed by James Marsh (Man on Wire, Shadow Dancer), the film maps their entire relationship, from their first meeting to the eventual breakdown of their love. The film is expertly written to allow the viewer to travel along with Stephen and Jane, as Stephen’s health deteriorates, while his career flourishes.
Pride, directed by Matthew Warchus, is a film visualising the movement of gay rights campaigners uniting with a small mining community, to bring equality to two very different groups in society.
The historically accurate depiction of the socialist movement is gripping in a way that makes the viewer feel a sense of anger, hysteria, glee and most obviously- pride, in the space of 120 minutes.