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Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) – Review

22 June 2017

 

  It might be hard to believe, but it’s been a whole decade since the first live-action Transformers movie clanged its way into theatres. In this fifth go-round, the Transformers have been declared enemy combatants and are hunted by the Tra

Despicable Me 3 (2017) – Review

15 June 2017

 

  Supervillain-turned-doting-dad Gru (Carell) is back, with his wife Lucy (Wiig), adopted daughters Margo (Cosgrove), Edith (Gaier) and Agnes (Scharrel), and yes, the Minions (Coffin) in tow. In this instalment, Gru and Lucy face off against

Once Upon a Time in Venice (2017) – Review

15 June 2017

 

  In this action comedy, Bruce Willis is a dick. A private dick. Willis plays Steve Ford, a disgraced former LAPD officer who has set up shop as a detective. Steve’s domain is the Venice Beach area of Los Angeles, and with the help of his b

The Hunter’s Prayer (2017) – Review

15 June 2017

 

  Sam Worthington was once a Terminator, and in this action thriller, he becomes a hunter. Worthington plays Lucas, a hitman in the employ of ruthless English magnate Richard Addison (Leech). Metzger (Compston), another one of Addison’s ass

Colossal (2017) – Review

8 June 2017

 

  In this sci-fi dark-comedy-drama, Anne Hathaway learns that the bigger they come, the harder they fall. She plays Gloria, an alcoholic out-of-work writer whose irresponsibility has led to her boyfriend Tim (Stevens) breaking up with her. Af

Viceroy’s House (2017) – Review

8 June 2017

 

  Director Gurinder Chadha takes us inside the Viceroy’s House amidst the tumult of the Partition of India. It is 1947, and Lord Mountbatten (Bonneville), the last Viceroy of India, has arrived in New Delhi with his wife Lady Edwina Mountba

Baywatch (2017) – Review

1 June 2017

 

  Let’s dive into some ‘90s nostalgia that’s been given an irreverent update, to see if the water’s still inviting. Dwayne Johnson stars as Mitch Buchannon, who leads an elite team of lifeguards known as ‘Baywatch’, including C.J.

Wonder Woman (2017) – Review

31 May 2017

 

  All the world’s been waiting for her, and at long last, here she is in a movie of her own. Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gadot) is a demigoddess raised by the mythical Amazons on the island of Themyscira. Diana’s mother Queen Hippolyta (Ni

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge – Review

25 May 2017

 

  For the past decade or so, the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise has been living, lumbering proof of Hollywood at its most excessive and profit-oriented. It’s hard not to look at the three films following the sublime Curse Of The Black P

This Beautiful Fantastic (2017) – Review

25 May 2017

 

  As Lady Sybil Crawley in Downton Abbey, Jessica Brown Findlay didn’t have to do much yard work. She’s making up for that in this comedy-drama, in which she plays Bella Brown. Bella is an aspiring children’s book author, who works in a

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) – Review

18 May 2017

 

  Mythical monarch King Arthur rears his head in not one, but two big-budget summer movies this year. Before Transformers: The Last Knight, we get this origin story. Orphan Arthur (Hunnam) has led a hardscrabble existence on the cobblestone s

Dead Awake (2017) – Review

11 May 2017

 

  The heroes of this horror movie have something to get off their chests – that something is a supernatural entity known as the Night Hag. Beth Bowman (Donahue) is recovering from a substance abuse problem and has been experiencing night te

 

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