Wreck-It Ralph - An absolute joy. Bloody loved it. Inventive, funny, heartwarming, all the things I expect from a Pixar film but without any involvement from Pixar. Loads of little easter eggs for video game fans too, it was great fun and I can't wait till my niece and nephew are old enough to watch it with them.
The Class of 92 - Difficult to judge impartially but I genuinely think it would be a great watch even if you're not a Utd/Football fan. I went with Arsenal and Spurs supporting dogs and they both enjoyed it a lot as well. It's the perfect example of why sport trumps anything else on the planet for stories and emotion and passion. An unprecedented story told from by bunch of mates who lived it. Paul Scholes steals the show with his unbelievably dry humour and disdain for the very nature of interviews, Phil Neville is surprisingly serious and seems like a lovely man, great #bants from the rest of them as well. It made me pine for an unfortunately bygone era even though it's still relatively recent. Seriously, see it even if you don't like football, it will make you see what all the fuss is about.