For anyone that's read the book, you know what goes down in this final instalment. Aside from the (annoyingly) added in extras, it's basically certain that many of us will be crying come the credits.

Chronicling the civil rights movement, Selma provides the story of the marches that changed America. With David Oyelowo (The Butler and upcoming A Most Violent year) taking the reins as Martin Luther King Jr, he's in good company along side Carmen Ejogo, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Oprah Winfrey. Another one to add to your 'possible Oscar winner's' list.

It's time for another Artificial Intelligence film... this one feels like Wall-e, but with guns, explosions and all things Pixar don't do. Chappie is an A.I with emotions that gets taught how to live by a group of 20-year-olds, until Hugh Jackman arrives and demands Chappie's existence be eradicated. So the big question is, who will win: Hugh Jackman or everyone else in the film?

Ending this week on a more lighthearted note, we have Spare Parts. Based on a true story, four students in a down-and-out high school take part in a National Underwater Robotics Competition, competing against Ivy League schools.