Apparently I'm viewing too many movies/year, as I can't pick just one:
Intouchables - despite a tragic background, a hilarious clash of two different social worlds, where both protagonists learn from each other. Based on a true story, and made me leave the theater with a smile.
Midnight in Paris - On the surface it may tell about "the good ol' time", but it's a beautiful credo to live and love in the here and now.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows - While not as intriguing as the first movie in this row, the special effects are superb. And Noomi Rapace (known as Lisbeth Salander from the Swedish Millenium Trilogy films) as Roma fortune teller is a must see.
Anonymous - excellently narrated theory on who might actually have written all those famous plays attributed to one William Shakespeare.
That's my 2 cents in this week's poll.
Have a great weekend,