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‘Battle Of The Sexes’ (2017) Review

Battle Of The Sexes (2017) Review: 1973 or 2017? The beauty of cinema is that it can transport you to a time and a place you didn’t think you could experience yourself. A bygone era that is so different from the times you live in, it feels as though it

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‘American Assassin’ (2017) Review

American Assassin (2017) Review: As Dull As It Gets ‘American Assassin’ is a mess. Not a great way to start a review. You can probably tell where this is going. It’s the story of ‘Mitch Rapp’, played by ‘The Maze Runner’ himself, Dylan O’Brien. A tragic, superhero-esque origin story sees

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‘It’ (2017) Review

It (2017) Review: Float On After what seemed like the dryest movie period in years, finally, there is something exciting happening at the cinemas. It may be a remake of a miniseries adapted from a novel, but still, it’s something. Stephen King’s ‘It’ tells the story of Derry, a town

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‘Unlocked’ (2017) Review

Unlocked (2017) Review: Unseen, Unremembered. There are movies that stick with you, lingering on for days, weeks, months, even years after you leave the cinema. Movies that will go so far as to influence the way people think or act. Movies that become a part of a culture. Then there

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‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ (2017) Review

The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017) Review: Genuine Article When a movie gets too self-aware for its own good, it can go either way. They can be fiendishly clever playing on the tropes of its genre, or it can feel like it reaches for brilliance, but never quite makes the mark. ‘The

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‘The Dark Tower’ (2017) Review

The Dark Tower (2017) Review: A Fantastic Sedative For those that declare cinema dead and Hollywood to be out of ideas, this is another notch in the win column for you. ‘The Dark Tower’ is yet another adaptation of a classic story by Stephen King. This time, instead of killer

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‘Girls Trip’ (2017) Review

Girls Trip (2017) Review: Tries To Have It All As they get older, most people find it increasingly trying to make time for their social lives. Some have families, some have work, some have both. ‘Girls Trip’ is a story about 4 women going on a relentless, wild adventure, reliving

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‘Atomic Blonde’ (2017) Review

Atomic Blonde (2017) Review: Beautifully Brutal From one-half of the directing duo that brought ‘John Wick’ to life comes yet another film about a character with a very particular set of skills. This time, the titular Atomic Blonde is Lorraine Broughton, played by Charlize Theron, a spy for the British

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‘Dunkirk’ (2017) Review

Dunkirk (2017) Review: The Greatest Story Never Told ‘Dunkirk’ is a movie about the 400,000 British and French soldiers trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk, beset on all sides by German opposition. Any attempt to escape is not treated kindly. Even standing still can be a precarious option, as any

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‘War For The Planet Of The Apes’ (2017) Review

War For The Planet Of The Apes (2017) Review: In A League Of Its Own. Despite being prequels to a well-known movie franchise, the recent Planet of the Apes films have had unprecedented success. Both critically and commercially. The third film chronicling the beginning of the saga ‘War for the

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