Nobody has time to watch everything that comes out every month but one movie per week is not that difficult. And that means it should be really worth it. Here are top four movies that won't leave you indifferent.


Well, it's Bond. And all the Bond movies are just a necessary event to watch everytime it comes out. If not because of the film (really?), so at least because of some outlook, since it's kind of a "world matter" and everybody's gonna talk about it. Spectre is the fourth James Bond performance of Daniel Craigand, after a massive critical and box office success of Skyfall, the second Sam Mendes' direction.

The newest one is reportedly on the track to being the most expensive picture of James Bond franchise ever made. Furthermore, this time, Bond girl is gorgeous Monica Bellucci! And to the fact that she's become the eldest Bond Girl, Monica replied with a confidence typical for her, "I'm not a Bond girl, I'm a Bond woman." The second Bond girl is young rising star Lea Seydoux. Spectre was released on 26 October in the United Kingdom on the same night as the world premiere in London.


Director Lenny Abrahamson who is behind the last year's success Frank, starring Michael Fassbender, comes with a magnificent drama, Room.

The movie is based on the Emma Donoghue's novel of the same name, New York Times bestseller and winner of the Commonwealth Writer's Prize. The Room tells a remarkable story of a 5-year-old Jack (Jacob Tremblay) and his loving mother, Ma (Brie Larson) who tries her best to give Jack a fulfilling and happy childhood by keeping him healthy, playing games, telling stories, doing mental exercises...However, their life isn't as normal as it seems.

It consists only in a four-wall room without windows and in order to avoid Jack's dissapointment, Ma made him believe that the rest of the world exists only on TV. In real, they are prisoners of a man who kidnapped Ma when she was 19 and impregnated her. Emma Donoghue's story was inspired by a Fritzl case from 2008. A father who kept locked his daughter in a basement and impregnated her with seven children.

In order to prepare for the role, Brie Larson isolated herself for a month. Film is coming to the theatres in November 6.


A mind-blowing drama based on a true story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe's obstinate "Spotlight" team of reporters and their investigation that uncovered the monstrous scandal of a child abuse in the Catholic Church and shaked it to it's core. With the direction of the Oscar-nominee Thomas McCarthy and star-studded cast consisting of Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, John Slattery, Stanley Tucci and their steadfast preparations, the movie is just condemned to make a real impact.

Michael Keaton, for instance, after accepting the role, had tracked the real Spotlight Team editor Walter V. Robinson before they met and even lived near his house without him knowing. Robinson later said: "My persona has been hijacked. If Michael Keaton robbed a bank, the police would quickly have me in handcuffs." Release date of Spotlight is on 6 November.


Spectacular romantic drama Carol, set in 1952 in New York, tells a story of a young Therese Belivet (Rooney Mara) and an older married woman Carol Aird (Cate Blanchett) whose friendship overtime grows into the romantic feelings for each other.

The things get complicated after Carol's husband Harge (Kyle Chendler) hires a private investigator to record the evidence of their affair and uses it against her in their custody hearings. Film is an adaptation of the novel "The Price of Salt" from 1952 written by Patricia Highsmith but published under the pseudonym "Claire Morgan", since the story is loosely based on the real romance of the author herself. In 1990, Highsmith republished the book under her own name and retitled it on "Carol". At its Cannes Film Festival premiere, the film received a standing ovation. The Carol's premiere is dated on 20 November.

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