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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Sing (DVD/UV)

    Sing (DVD/UV)

    In a city full of animals, Buster Moon, an optimistic koala, hosts a singing competition in a last-ditch attempt to save his crumbling old theatre. From hundreds of auditions, five finalists are selected – a gorilla trying to break free from his dad’s life as a crime lord, an overworked mother of 25 piglets, a punk-rock porcupine, a mouse with giant ego and a shy, young elephant with a severe Learn More
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  9. I, Daniel Blake

    I, Daniel Blake

    Widower, Daniel Blake has worked as a carpenter all his life – until now. After suffering a heart attack, he’ finds himself reliant on welfare for the first time. His doctor tells him he’s not fit to return to work, but the system disagrees, demanding he spend hours every week looking for work he can’t accept. When Daniel meets single mum, Katie, who has been forced to move to the area wit Learn More
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  10. Hacksaw Ridge

    Hacksaw Ridge

    Hacksaw Ridge is the extraordinary true story of Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield) who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun. As an army medic, he single-handedly evacuated the wounded from behind enemy lines, braved fire while tending to soldiers and was wounded by a grenade and hit by snipers. Doss was the first conscientious objector awarded Learn More
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  11. Queen of Katwe (Disney)

    Queen of Katwe (Disney)

    Life isn’t easy for Phiona Mutesi. She lives in Katwe, one of Uganda’s largest slums; selling corn on the street to support her family. When charismatic teacher, Robert Katende, introduces her to chess, Phiona discovers a natural affinity for the game. Before too long, she’s Katwe’s best player, her skill outstripping that of even her teacher. But how does she balance her newfound passion Learn More
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  12. Doctor Strange

    Doctor Strange

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? Another origin story, Doctor Strange is the tale of Stephen Strange, an arrogant surgeon who, having lost use of his hands, visits Kathmandu, Nepal to heal himself. Let’s be honest — it’s the same story recycled over and over again, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be entertaining. While for me some parts of the film are dull and slow, over Learn More
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  13. Jane the Virgin Season 1

    Jane the Virgin Season 1

    Jane Villanueva Cordero is a student teacher, an aspiring writer and a devout Catholic – but when she becomes pregnant after being accidentally artificially inseminated during a routine checkup, Jane’s whole life becomes as complicated and unpredictable as the telenovelas she watches with her mother and grandmother every day. 1) Did you like it? Yep! I was pretty much obsessed from episo Learn More
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  14. Arrival

    Arrival

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? When a number of alien spaceships arrived on earth, linguistic professors Louise Banks is tasked to interpret their language. This is the crux of the story of Arrival, director Denis Villeneuve’s latest sci-fi flick. Arrival builds itself a bit too slowly for my liking, but it is visually enchanting and scored wonderfully. It’s also incredibly smart Learn More
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  15. Life in Pieces Season 1

    Life in Pieces Season 1

    1) Did you like it? Yes. 2) Why? In the same vein as Modern Family, Life in Pieces is the story of one big family: Joan and John as elderly parents who are dreading their empty nest and their three grown children, who each have their own lives and families. The cast includes Colin Hanks, James Brolin, Dianne West, etc. As a comedy series, Life in Pieces might not be ground-breaking, but it Learn More
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