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#817 ( 15-21 July 2016 )
A visually gorgeous creation with scenes of Africa and wild life that are stunning on the big screen
#816 ( 8-14 July 2016 )
The laughs are few, the thrills are so-so, but the effects are pretty darned great
#815 ( 1-7 July 2016 )
An indelible commentary on the cruelty and despair that small-mindedness can spawn
#814 ( 24-30 June 2016 )
For those who enjoy a good old mash-up and plenty of tongue-in-cheek.
#813 ( 17-23 June 2016 )
Min Bahadur Bham’s first feature film is an example of the new wave of Nepali cinema
#812 ( 10-16 June 2016 )
With the television adaptation, you have not only that intriguing aspect, but also the chance to unravel several other fascinating characters.
#811 ( 3-9 June 2016 )
Even the skilled hands of Bryan Singer cannot really inject that hard-to-pin-down bit of fun into a plot that any child can guess at.
#810 ( 27 May - 2 June 2016 )
A film that manages the careful balance between dark comedy and psychological horror with a light, careful touch.
#809 ( 20-26 May 2016 )
The film is a worthy iteration of an important artwork
#808 ( 13-19 May 2016 )
A fine film with amusing surprises, stunning action sequences, and a bit of real heart
#807 ( 6-12 May 2016 )
A film that showcases the beauties of Japan and its culture with sensitivity
#806 ( 29 Apr - 5 May 2016 )
Adapted from a novel by Colm Tóibín, Brooklyn is a charming, beautifully shot film
#805 ( 22-28 April 2016 )
The laughs are obvious, as are the machinations, making ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ a great film for children
#804 ( 15-21 April 2016 )
Boxing fan or not Creed is a wonderful film
#803 ( 8-14 April 2016 )
The movie succeeds in explaining the underlying mischief and willful blindness on the part of the Wall Street banking fat cats
#802 ( 1-7 April 2016 )
There really isn’t much of a plot outside of this bizarre rivalry between two massive egos
#801 ( 25-31 March 2016 )
Homeland succeeds in its fifth season because for the first time, the human relationships portrayed in it are grown up and believable, like Carrie Mathieson herself.
#800 ( 18-24 March 2016 )
A harrowing conclusion to a riveting story about youth
#799 ( 11-17 March 2016 )
The success of Elementary lies in the ability of its writers to stick to the ethos that makes Holmes beloved
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#798 ( 4-10 March 2016 )
It was hard to find anything to like about the Oscars this year, aside from the Spotlight win
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