1. The Book Of Eli Warner Bros./Summit Entertainment Directed by: The Hughes BrothersStarring: Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, Mila KunisReleased: 15 JanuaryIn a post-apocalyptic desert-scape, Eli is a badass man of faith packing two things: a bible and a pretty big secret. Can he and his colleague Solara (Mila) evade Carnegie's (Gary Oldman) forces and save humanity? 2. Shutter Island Paramount Pictures Directed by: Martin ScorseseStarring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Ben KingsleyReleased: 19 FebruaryWhen a patient is found to be missing, a mental hospital calls in two federal officers to find the woman – but with nothing more than riddles to go on, things aren't quite adding up. Can Teddy Daniels (Leo) discover the truth before it's too late? 3. The Runaways Apparition Directed by: Floria SigismondiStarring: Dakota Fanning, Kristen Stewart, Michael ShannonReleased: 19 MarchWho are The Runaways, you ask? Well only an all-female American rock band including breakaway star Joan Jett! This film charts their beginnings and focuses on Joan and lead singer Cherie Currie, played by Kristen and Dakota respectively. 4. Kick-Ass Lionsgate/Universal Pictures Directed by: Matthew VaughnStarring: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Nicolas Cage, Chloë Grace MoretzReleased: 25 MarchLong before Aaron Taylor-Johnson was shaking his willy about, he was suiting up as the naive but ambitious Kick-Ass, a vigilante hero fed up with being harassed on the New York streets. But Kick-Ass may have bitten off more than he can chew. 5. How to Train Your Dragon Paramount Pictures Directed by: Chris Sanders, Dean DeBloisStarring: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig FergusonReleased: 26 MarchIn a medieval setting, a young Viking nobleman must learn to be tough and fight dragons. But when he is suddenly befriended by one, he starts to question everything from a dragon's innate nature, to his place in the world. 6. Winter's Bone Roadside Attractions Directed by: Debra GranikStarring: Jennifer Lawrence, Sheryl Lee, Dale DickeyReleased: 11 JuneIn the breakout role that made her a star, J-Law plays a poverty-stricken Missouri teen trying to break through years of coded silence surrounding her father's disappearance in order to save her family from further destitution. 7. Toy Story 3 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Directed by: Lee UnkrichStarring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Whoopi GoldbergReleased: 18 JuneThe Toy Story gang are all back, but Andy is all grown up! So, in an effort to still be played with, the toys get donated to a nursery. But when they arrive, things are a lot worse than they could ever imagine and they must engineer an escape! 8. Despicable Me Universal Pictures Directed by: Pierre Coffin, Chris RenaudStarring: Steve Carell, Miranda Cosgrove, Russell BrandReleased: 9 JulySteve Carell plays loveable villain Gru, who must juggle his failing reputation as a super-villain as well as three young girls whom he adopts as part of a master plan. But soon he finds his priorities begin to shift towards his new family. 9. Inception Warner Bros. Directed by: Christopher NolanStarring: Ellen Page, Leonardo DiCaprio, Marion CotillardReleased: 16 JulyCorporate espionage meets the subconscious mind in this epic film starring Leo as an "extractor" – a man who must enter the dreams of his high-profile targets to glean secret information about them. But things get a little hairy when his own subconscious fears begin to catch up with him. 10. The Kids Are All Right Focus Features Directed by: Lisa CholodenkoStarring: Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Mark RuffaloReleased: 30 JulyIn this pitch-perfect modern dramedy, two women decide to have a child each with the same sperm donor. Years later, their teenage kids want to track down their biological father and introduce him to their family, but will he fit in? 11. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Universal Pictures Directed by: Edgar WrightStarring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Brie LarsonReleased: 13 AugustA down-and-out guy runs into the girl of his dreams, but there's a catch – to date her he has to defeat her seven evil exes. In a world that fuses comic book lore with reality, Scott and his hipster friends must learn how to play or face ruin! 12. Eat Pray Love Columbia Pictures Directed by: Ryan MurphyStarring: Julia Roberts, Javier Bardem, Viola DavisReleased: 13 AugustAh, the movie that gave all of us itchy feet! Based on a 2006 memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert, Julia's character Liz finds herself unhappy with her life, and sets out on a insta-worthy journey of self-discovery across Italy, India, and Indonesia. 13. Easy A Screen Gems Directed by: Will GluckStarring: Emma Stone, Penn Badgley, Stanley TucciReleased: 17 SeptemberA brilliant high-school comedy about an enterprising girl whose lies begin to get the best of her. Partially inspired by a Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, this film features a cracking cast with Emma Stone just being her uniquely charming self. 14. Catfish Universal Pictures Directed by: Henry Joost, Ariel SchulmanStarring: Nev Schulman, Henry Joost, Ariel SchulmanReleased: 17 SeptemberThe movie that launched a TV series and left us all wondering who we were really talking to behind the profile pic! Nev thinks he is chatting online with someone called Megan, but when mismatching evidence begins to suggest otherwise, he decides to investigate. 15. The Social Network Sony Pictures Releasing Directed by: David FincherStarring: Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin TimberlakeReleased: 1 OctoberIn the early days of modern media phenomenon, Facebook, several intelligent men claim to be its sole creator – but who is really responsible? This film matches super snappy dialogue with stellar performances and Fincher's trademark cinematic style. 16. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Warner Bros. Directed by: David YatesStarring: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Alan RickmanReleased: 19 NovemberHarry gears up for the fight of his life in the final instalment of the famous franchise. When death eaters attack a family wedding, he, Ron, and Hermione go on the run; meanwhile Voldemort intensifies his grip on wizarding society. 17. Burlesque Stephen Vaughan/Screen Gems/Sony Pictures Releasing Directed by: Steven AntinStarring: Cher, Christina Aguilera, Kristen BellReleased: 24 NovemberSuper innocent yet surprisingly talented Ali (XTina) arrives in LA only to start working at a burlesque club owned by Tess (Cher). Once she becomes the main attraction, she and Tess must fight to stop the club from closing. It's trashy, but it's gay gospel by now. 18. Tangled Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Directed by: Nathan Greno, Byron HowardStarring: Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna MurphyReleased: 24 NovemberRapunzel lives in a tower... yada yada, you know! But it's her overbearing mother (not her mother) who refuses to let her leave. When she's spontaneously freed by the handsome bandit Flynn Rider, Rapunzel begins to learn who she really is. 19. Black Swan Fox Searchlight Pictures Directed by: Darren AronofskyStarring: Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, Mila KunisReleased: 17 DecemberWhen Nina (Natalie) is chosen to be the lead in an upcoming production of Swan Lake, she must channel both the white swan, and the dark and sensual black swan in her performance – but the task threatens to undermine her entire life!