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#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
#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
#864 ( 23-29 June 2017 )
If you want to learn a bit about Mongolia, and one of its most riveting traditions, find this uncommon film
#863 ( 16-22 June 2017 )
This is a film that is as good as action movies get, slightly long but worth your time
#862 ( 9-15 June 2017 )
For those who remember the cartoon, this live action remake is almost word for word, and yet it manages to take on a life of its own
#861 ( 2-8 June 2017 )
The events at Hacksaw Ridge are the high point of Gibson’s filmmaking, but they are also the stuff of nightmares
#860 ( 26 May - 1 June 2017 )
This new “Alien” film is a hybrid of science fiction and space horror
#859 ( 19-25 May 2017 )
Although not as eternally memorable as the first film from 2014, this highly anticipated sequel by today’s standards is not bad at all
#858 ( 12-18 May 2017 )
The plot of the film is so silly it is not worth a summary, yet the film boasts an astonishing cast of international renown
#857 ( 5-11 May 2017 )
The film is a portrait of some wonderful but flawed human beings who deeply believe in a certain way of life
#856 ( 28 April - 4 May 2017 )
Madam Secretary shows us what courage looks like in the face of impossible circumstances
#855 ( 21-27 April 2017 )
A film which will teach you the essence of both bravery and cowardice
#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
To cut a long story short, Assassin’s Creed is surprisingly well made and fairly engrossing if you start watching it with very low expectations.
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#853 ( 7-13 April 2017 )
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was clever, beautiful, complicated and brave; this Jackie does not quite do her justice.
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