First up is the heart-warming tsunami movie The Impossible about the struggles of a white middle-class family in the literal wake of the 2004 disaster that killed 100,000 Asians. It’s impossible not to cry during the trailer, but as we see the whole family reunited at the end, um, haven’t we seen the whole movie? What’s left? A longer cut of the CGI wave? In Nobody Walks (written by Lena Dunham) John Krasinski moons over house guest Olivia Thrilby, his wife (Jane Levy) may or may not have feelings for Justin Kirk, and their daughter crushes on the totally swoonworthy Rhys Wakefield. That’s a lot of dreamy guys and a lot of angst. Count me in. In the dark, Tarrantino-esque German thriller Snowman’s Land, a professional killer who has bungled a job leaves the city and takes a supposedly easy gig protecting the home of an over-the-hill crime boss in a remote region of the Carpathian Mountains. But after a fluke accident, what at first was a holiday trip soon becomes a fight for survival. Looks intriguing. And finally, in 10 Years, Channing Tatum, Justin Long, Chris Pratt, Max Minghella, Aubrey Plaza, Nick Zano, Oscar Isaac, and Rosario Dawson return for the hottest 10-year class reunion EVER.