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2017

Logan Lucky – 4*

Logan Lucky is an entertaining yarn that moves the heist out of the realm of the city to rural North Carolina.

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Prevenge – 5*

This twisted comedy-horror takes a dark look at pregnancy and grief.

Tulip Fever – 1*

An unhappy jumble of a film, Tulip Fever fails to satisfy any audience.

The Dark Tower – 2*

A horrible patchwork of mismatched locations and motivations render this a boring and pointless watch.

Gold – 4*

A exuberant romp through shady dealings, hustling and risking it all in the late eighties.

American Made- 4*

A more eighties tale cannot exist than that of Barry Seal, smuggler for the both the CIA, Colonel Noriega and Pablo Escobar.

Baby Driver – 3*

Edgar Wright's latest offering disappoints, delivering nothing more than cliched set pieces and a jaunty tune.

Alien: Covenant – 3*

Another film in Alien franchise feels little more than just that, but does a good job of moving us past the mess of Prometheus.

The Mummy – 3*

A ridiculous but thoroughly enjoyable action-horror, that follows squarely in the Universal Horror tradition.

Lady Macbeth – 5*

A breath-taking look at a 19th century woman tearing up her stultifying and oppressing life.

The Lost City of Z – 2*

A waste of one of the great tales of 20th century exploration, this shapeless film lacks pace and focus.

Free Fire– 5*

There's plenty of shooting and quick fire humour in Ben Wheatley's latest violent yet humorous drama.

Logan – 5*

Logan takes a leap and pushes comicbook films into realms so far unexplored- real depth, emotion and a plot that makes you really care about the ending all make this stand out as the best superhero film so far.

Trainspotting – 5*

What does a lost generation do when they grow up?

La La Land – 4*

While this musical does feature huge choreographed numbers and sweeping shots of LA, it's also an intimate portrait of failure, success and regret.

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