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GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL.2 (2017)
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Fathers and sons, gods and men, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 features these and much more in a wisecracking, rock n rolling, heart-warming sequel.

 
FREE FIRE (2017)
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A shoot ‘em up with as many wisecracks as there are bullets, Free Fire is a stylish and bloody good cracker of an action thriller with much in the way of dark comedy that establishes director Ben Wheatley as a filmmaker of diverse taste and immense skill.

THE DARK TAPES (2017)
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A blend of found footage and anthology horror genres, The Dark Tapes succeeds as a chilling fright fest due to its embracement and skilful use of its budget limitations.

 
MY PET DINOSAUR (2017)
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Working against a myriad of limitations and a lack of identity, My Pet Dinosaur promises a Steven Spielberg style sci-fi family adventure, but does not have the storytelling chops nor the performances to back its boast.  

 
THEIR FINEST (2017)
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The definition of a crowd pleaser, the many charms of Their Finest overcomes any wonky resolutions, thanks to its winning performances and near perfect blend of comedy, drama & romance.

 
COLOSSAL (2017)
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A unique and wholly engrossing mishmash of genre and style, Colossal establishes director Nacho Vigalondo as a creative filmmaker of innovative skill, while giving platform to Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudekis who deliver entertainingly complex performances.

 
THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS (2017)
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A stupendous mash of soap opera dramatics and gloriously over the top action, The Fate of the Furious delivers on its promise of stupefying action cinema and then some.

 
CHIPS (2017)
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Never able to capitalise on the easy chemistry between its leads, CHIPS consistently proves to be a comedically queasy buddy cop mishap, that does little to re-establish the legacy of its source material to a new generation.

 


 

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