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  1. Ghost in the Shell (2017)

    Ghost in the Shell (2017)

    Major Mira Killian is the first of her kind: a perfect, cybernetically enhanced soldier, designed to hunt down the world’s most dangerous criminals. When a new terrorist threat arises, Major is the perfect choice to stop it – but as she prepares to face her enemy, she uncovers secrets from her past that leave her reeling. 1) Did you like it? Well look, it’s complicated. I came to this Learn More
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  2. The Boss Baby

    The Boss Baby

    Tim is perfectly fine being an only child, thank you very much. His parents work hard as the marketing managers at Puppy Co, makers of the cutest puppies in the world, but they somehow always have time for Tim. That’s until one day, Tim’s baby brother arrives – a baby dressed in a suit, with a briefcase by his side. Suddenly, Tim’s not the centre of his parents’ universe any more. But wh Learn More
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  3. The Lego Batman Movie

    The Lego Batman Movie

    From the team who brought you The Lego Movie comes a new film starring everyone’s favourite sarcastic superhero: Lego Batman. The Joker has hatched a maniacal plan to flood the streets of Gotham City with all the meanest, baddest villains of all time...and it just might work! If Batman is going to save the day this time, he’s going to need to get used to something he’s not going to like: tea Learn More
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  4. A Cure for Wellness

    A Cure for Wellness

    Lockheart is a young executive, sent by the board of his company to a remote Swiss wellness spa to retrieve their errant CEO. The residents are all blissed-out, middle-aged former executives, who wear white and play croquet and tennis on the lawn – and drink a lot of water, which comes from a spring beneath the facility and is known for its healing properties. When he’s injured a car accident Learn More
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  5. Beauty and the Beast (Live Action)

    Beauty and the Beast (Live Action)

    It’s a tale as old as time. Belle, a beautiful young woman from a quiet French village finds herself imprisoned in an enchanted castle, filled with talking (and singing) household objects who were formerly the castle’s staff – and, of course, a towering Beast, doomed to remain beastly forever until he finds true love. Oh, and also, he’s a prince. Surely you know the rest? This live-action Learn More
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  6. Logan

    Logan

    Logan, aka Wolverine, has seen better days. He’s old, tired and fed up, working as a limo driver to help look after Charles Xavier, who has an incredibly powerful mind that’s slowly being destroyed by a degenerative illness. There have been no new mutants born in the past 25 years, making Logan and Charles among the last of their kind. That’s until Logan encounters a powerful new mutant – Learn More
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  7. Hidden Figures

    Hidden Figures

    1) Did you like it? Yes! 2) Why? Let’s set the scene: it’s 1961 in Langley, Virginia, and the protagonists in this movie (Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae) work in NASA as “human computers”, employed to be computers at a time where they take up so much space. There are segregated work areas, dining facilities, and bathrooms, and discrimination is still rampant. All Learn More
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  8. The Great Wall

    The Great Wall

    The Great Wall of China: it took 1700 years to build, and it’s 5500 miles long. What were the ancient Chinese trying to keep out? Probably Matt Damon. Unperturbed, he stars in this clunky but colourful film about trust, courage – and skewering lots of monsters. Yeah. 1) Did you like it? Noooooope. 2) Why? Oh gosh. Where to begin? Okay – let’s start with the positive things abou Learn More
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  9. A Street Cat Named Bob

    A Street Cat Named Bob

    James, a recovering drug addict and promising busker, is on his ninth life when he meets Bob, a ginger cat with nowhere else to go. Suddenly, James has a reason to get his life back on track. Based on a real-life story – and starring Bob himself – A Street Cat Named Bob is a heart-warming take of redemption and second chances. 1 ) Did you like it? Yeah. Okay, this film has a few over-the Learn More
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  10. La La Land

    La La Land

    1) Did you like it? Yes, but truthfully I don’t really get the hype. 2) Why? I’m a bit of a sucker for a great musical, and La La Land definitely delivers on that front. Each sequence is visually enchanting, and the music is catchy and emotive. I don’t really see why it seems to be “revolutionary”, but frankly speaking I’m not a huge movie aficionado — for me this film was e Learn More
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  11. Moonlight

    Moonlight

    Chiron is growing up poor, African American and gay in one of Miami’s toughest neighbourhoods. His mother is addicted to drugs and he’s relentlessly bullied at school. The odds are stacked against him. In Moonlight, we meet Chiron three times: the first as a child, the second as a teenager and the third as an adult. 1) Did you like it? Yep. So did the people who hand out Oscars. Moonligh Learn More
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  12. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    We all know about Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia, and how they defeated Darth Vader and brought down the Empire. But – an even longer time ago, in a galaxy further away – there was another band of heroes just as daring, whose actions helped save the galaxy. This is their story… 1) Did you like it? I did. I’m one of those Star Wars nerds fans who was really, really hyped w Learn More
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  13. Moana

    Moana

    1) Did you like it? Yes! 2) Why? I actually wasn’t really looking forward to this one — I watched the trailer but didn’t feel a pull either way — but I ended up really enjoying it! Moana is an instant Disney classic: it was very visually stunning with great animation, funny characters, and catchy music. It might not be anything jaw-dropping or boundary-breaking, but it’s two hou Learn More
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  14. Moana

    Moana

    1) Did you like it? Yes! 2) Why? I actually wasn’t really looking forward to this one — I watched the trailer but didn’t feel a pull either way — but I ended up really enjoying it! Moana is an instant Disney classic: it was very visually stunning with great animation, funny characters, and catchy music. It might not be anything jaw-dropping or boundary-breaking, but it’s two hou Learn More
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  15. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? Plot-wise and character-wise, Fantastic Beasts was nothing special, but I couldn’t resist another jump into J. K. Rowling’s magical world. It’s just so imaginative and fun! Eddie Redmayne plays an awkward, quiet, somewhat eccentric wizard named Newt Scamander, a writer of a textbook that would decades later be read by the one and only Harry Potter Learn More
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