Mimi’s Pick of the Flicks – 2.5.11

Mimi ON Jun 02, 2011 AT 4:17 pm

X-Men - First Class

(L-R): Michael Fassbender as Magneto, Rose Byrne as Moira MacTaggert, January Jones as Emma Frost, Jason Flemyng as Azazel, Nicholas Hoult as Beast, Lucas Till as Havok, Zoe Kravitz as Angel, Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique and James McAvoy as Professor Charles Xavier.

We’ve got some cracking films for you lovely lot this week. Check out the best releases below:

Prom

Prom

X-Men: First Class

Even if you aren’t an X-Men fan (or even a comic-book fan at all), chances are you’ll still thoroughly enjoy this film. X-Men: First Class shows the beginning of the action-packed saga, following characters like Professor X, Magneto, Mystique, and Beast as they discover their unique powers. High drama, amazing special effects, thrilling action scenes, and even a bit of romance make for a memorable flick nearly everyone can enjoy.

Watch the trailer here…

Prom

Despite the typical bad-boy-falls-for-good-girl plot line, over-hyped prom frenzy, and general cheesiness, we have to admit Prom is probably yet another feel-good Disney movie that would suffice on a rainy day. The film follows several students in the weeks leading up to their junior prom, which is irrationally meant to be the greatest night of their lives. Prom chair Nora gets stuck making decorations with the troublemaking Jesse, and more than a few predictable sparks begin to fly.

See the trailer here…

Last Night

Last Night

Last Night

Michael and Joanna Reed (played by Sam Worthington and Keira Knightley) are a successful, attractive New York City couple who have been married for four years. Their relationship has always been strong, but their commitment and love will be tested when Michael goes on a business trip with his stunning coworker (played by Eva Mendes). Joanna can’t hide her suspicions of her husband, but while he is gone, the return of her old flame brings her to question her own fidelity as well.

Watch the trailer here…

Senna

Senna

Senna

THis is the one to watch (or send your male companions to when you’re watching one of the above) if you fancy a bit of real life drama. The documentary traces the life of the famed Brazilian Formula 1 racecar driver, Ayrton Senna. Senna won the F1 World Championship 3 times before his untimely death during his final race at the age of 34, and the film commemorates his incredible talent and legacy in the race world. Perfect to see with a car-fanatic dad, brother or boyfriend!

Watch the trailer below:

 

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