1. The Social Network

The Social Network follows Mark Zuckerberg, a Harvard student, and the events that led to the creation of Facebook.

2. Annabelle: Creation 

 Annabelle: Creation explores the creation of Annabelle by dollmaker Samuel and his wife Esther, who, following the death of their young daughter, Annabelle, are terrorised at their isolated farmhouse.

3. Django Unchained

The tale of a slave named Django who joins forces with a German bounty hunter to find Django's wife and a band of outlaws.

4. Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump is exceptional because it combines several different genres, including comedy, rom-com, war story, and more.

5. You've Got Mail

In the movie, competing bookstore owners Joe and Kathleen start dating online while completely oblivious to one another's competing business endeavours.

6. Radium Girls

Bessie and her coworkers set out to uncover a corporate cover-up when the women at a radium factory start to become gravely and mysteriously ill.

7. Love, Actually

The Christmas-themed British romantic comedy has several intersecting tales of love and loss (as well as lots of Bill Nighy singing).

8. The Strangers: Prey at Night

 The film is masterfully helmed by Johannes Roberts and is filled with nonstop action that is perfectly timed.

9. Brick  Mansions

In a dystopian Detroit, undercover cop Damien Collier and ex-convict Lino Duppre decide to bring down a notorious crime lord as a common foe.

10. Home Again

Three young male filmmakers who are newly single take up residence with a newly divorced mother, but her estranged husband later returns, complicating her novel new lifestyle.