For horror fans looking for something a little different, Piercing could be your new cult hit, as long as you're somewhat prepared to see some nasty imagery. Its absurd nature will certainly divide many, but by that logic, it's easy to recommend.
In the age of Superhero movies, Alita: Battle Angel is the kind of big budget Blockbuster we've been sorely missing: visionary, imaginative and with a heart that pumps pure entertainment through the whole picture.
The Lego Movie 2 largely follows the instruction booklet left by 2014's set while directing its jokes at those building the more advanced Technic range, but it remains a worthy expansion with its inventive locations and the addition of Rex Dangervest.
Thanks to two storming performances and an empathetic camera from Marielle Heller Can You Ever Forgive Me? triumphs as this year's best dramedy. It knows when to have claws and when to retract them. Just like its central character Lee Israel, the films tough exterior eventually falls back to reveal a tender center.
Green Book is a relaxed, heartwarming story to experience during the chill this time of year brings. Any slight flaws are all but forgotten as it's earnest performances and well-handled story win you over.