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#888 ( 15-21 December 2017 )
This is a great film for fans, but an even better one for those not acquainted with the great Hercule Poirot
#887 ( 8-14 December 2017 )
The second season is pure pleasure because we finally have the time to get to know our characters better, even as creepy things start to stir
#886 ( 1-7 December 2017 )
The thing that Justice League has going for it is that it is short and rather sweet at just two hours in length
#885 ( 24-30 November 2017 )
Atomic Blonde is a fast, fun, and completely explosive, unapologetic ode to the kind of stylised violence that gets our adrenaline pumping
#883 ( 10-16 November 2017 )
The seventeenth film in the Marvel universe and the third installation of the Thor series, Thor: Ragnarok is worth seeing
#882 ( 3-9 November 2017 )
Viceroy’s House while not perfect, is a difficult, essential, reminder of what might happen to us.
#881 ( 27 Oct - 2 Nov 2017 )
While this is a good film it is not a great one, neither visually nor in terms of plot or introduction of new character
#877 ( 22-28 September 2017 )
A sublime, sometimes nightmarish work of art, unlike any other I have seen before
#876 ( 15-21 September 2017 )
Big Little Lies is a longer, better version of Gone Girl and Wild, both wildly successful films
#875 ( 8-14 September 2017 )
A film about Wall Street, naked ambition, passion, hard work, betrayal and one woman’s grasp on her own integrity as things start to fall apart.
#874 ( 1-7 September 2017 )
A series about a woman detective who is imperfect but courageous
#873 ( 25-31 August 2017 )
You may not like Split but it will leave you wondering for hours to come
#872 ( 18-24 August 2017 )
For people who love animals, have pets at home that they think of as friends rather than furry creatures to be kicked around, and cannot bear to see living creatures suffer, then Okja is a painful must.
#871 ( 11-17 August 2017 )
This re-imagining is worth watching for those of us who can never quite get enough of swords and magicians
#870 ( 4-10 August 2017 )
Don’t listen to what anyone says about Luc Besson’s latest and greatest sci-fi epic, just go watch it and decide for yourself.
#869 ( 28 July -3 August 2017 )
You can watch the first half of The Autopsy of Jane Doe and when things start to seem sickeningly familiar, you can turn it off and imagine your own ending
#868 ( 21-27 July 2017 )
The main problem with this film is that it doesn’t vault over the boundaries of age and appeal to adults in the same way that it is great for teenagers
#867 ( 14-20 July 2017 )
A fun, funny, imperfect film with moments of genius and lots of misses
#866 ( 7-13 July 2017 )
Get Out is an indictment of the underlying ugly racism prevalent in America, and in the rest of the world
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#865 ( 30 June - 6 July 2017 )
A story that tries to tell of the horror of war and the cruelty that human beings can unleash on fellow humans and helpless animals
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