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21 Bridges

By David Jenkins

This exceptionally poor cop thriller starring Chadwick Boseman prizes leery violence over basic coherence.

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The Amazing Johnathan Documentary

By Matt Turner

American magician John Szeles attempts to pull off one final trick in this slippery meta-doc.

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The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil

By Michael Leader

Fists and bullets fly in this amped-up, consistently entertaining action thriller from Korea’s Lee Won-tae.

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The Report

By Hannah Woodhead

Scott Z Burns’ vital political drama investigates the CIA’s post 9/11 Detention and Interrogation Program.

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Charlie’s Angels

By Charles Bramesco

Kristen Stewart leads a squad of lethal female spies in the latest reboot of the ’70s TV sensation.

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Frozen 2

By David Jenkins

The siren call of two beloved, showtune-singing Disney princesses leads to a sequel lacking in ideas, emotion and drama.

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Little Monsters

By Anton Bitel

Lupita Nyong’o defends a group of school kids from a zombie horde in Abe Forsythe’s tame comedy-horror.

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Klaus

By Kambole Campbell

Netflix’s first animated feature production is a gorgeous looking festive heart-warmer.

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Le Mans ’66

By David Jenkins

The might of Ford takes on the magic of Ferrari in this full-throttle motoring drama from James Mangold.

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Marriage Story

By Matt Thrift

Noah Baumbach delivers what just might be his masterpiece with this bitterly funny divorce drama.

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Last Christmas

By Adam Woodward

This misjudged yuletide rom-com does a gross disservice to George Michael’s musical legacy.

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Driven

By David Jenkins

The true tale, tragic tale of American car engineer John DeLorean is rendered as a colourful, brash but throwaway farce.

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Meeting Gorbachev

By Lou Thomas

The former president of the Soviet Union sits down to discuss his personal legacy and the current state of things.

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Midway

By Adam Woodward

Roland Emmerich’s expensively mounted re-enactment of the Battle of Midway benefits from a balanced perspective.

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Luce

By Glenn Heath Jr

Race and privilege come under the microscope in director Julius Onah’s thought-provoking drama.

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The Aeronauts

By Hannah Woodhead

Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones play Victorian balloon enthusiasts in this uninspired historical drama.

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A Dog Called Money

By David Jenkins

Seamus Murphy’s globetrotting musical travelogue with PJ Harvey is a self-defeating creative exercise.

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