From Justin Timberlake's brilliant comeback album to Disney's sweet real life tale, here's our list of treats for you to get your hands on this week...
The Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn Part 2
The Twilight Saga has come to an end. Like forever! This is it, the final DVD is out and we are forced to move on with our non vampire lives.
Handbag hearts: The final hoorah sees Bella as a vampire, a mother and able to have crazy out of this world vampire sex.
We loved most in this had to be little Mackenzie Foy being all sorts of adorable as Renesmee and Kristen Stewart is the best she's ever been as bad ass vampy Bella.
Oh and let not forget the big twist at the end!
Verdict: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is the perfect end to one of the most successful saga's in recent history. We are gutted to say goodbye to Ed, Bels and the crew but we'll always have the books and box set when we need our vampy pick me up!
Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience
Justin Timberlake is the man on everyone's lips as his comeback album was released to a whole heap of praise. For anyone who somehow hasn't got the album yet, here's what your missing out on...
Handbag hearts: Well there are quite a few stand out tracks starting with the opening Pusher Love Girl. No one can do a falsetto like good old JT! The song eases you in for very long ( around 1 and a half hours of divided into 12 tracks) classic r'n'b vibes.
We already know we love Suit & Tie and his Number One hit, Mirrors, but we can't wait to see if Don't Hold The Wall, Let The Groove Get In, That Girl or Strawberry Bubblegum will be future tracks.
Verdict: The songs might be super long but this is what you call a comeback album. A solid 4 star return from Mr Timberlake.
People like us
People Like Us is based on a true story about a man who find out that he has 30 year old sister that he never knew existed.
Handbag hearts: Chris Pine is always a joy to watch on the big screen but we love the "What Would You do?" journey that this film makes you go on as you watch it.
This film is a fun, easy watch and unlike most true stories wont have you crying buckets of tears.
It's nice to see Elizabeth Banks without all that Hunger Games face paint and her ease with Chris Pine works well in this film.
Verdict: This heart warming film is a great watch with impressive performances from the cast as a whole. A nice moving film from the writer who brought us Star Trek and Transformers!
What do you think?
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