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  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    ★★★★★

    Stunning, relevant, morally complex, wonderfully written, dark and twisted, funny as hell.


    Shock horror, there’s some morally grey characters in here! And guess what, Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell acted the shit out of them.

  • The Greatest Showman

    The Greatest Showman

    ★★

    Considering this movie was about a bunch of misfits and outcasts trying to find their place in society and be accepted, I found the whole thing very shallow and simplistic in its approach.

    The songs are undoubtedly very catchy, but I feel that any semblance of a well thought out story was sacrificed in order to race from one glitzy performance to the next. There was not enough content here to make me remotely care about a single character, and…

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  • Thor: Ragnarok

    Thor: Ragnarok

    ★★★★½

    From start to finish this was an absolute blast. Completely throws away the shackles of the stuffy first and second movies and reinvents Thor’s story as a gripping blockbuster comedy. 

    Waititi’s humour is all over this movie, and delivered perfectly by Hemsworth, Ruffalo and Hiddleston in particular. The director himself even makes a standout appearance as Korg, whose one liners are priceless.

    Jeff Goldblum is living his best life throughout this movie, playing up his eccentricity to the absolute fullest.…

  • Dunkirk

    Dunkirk

    ★★★★★

    An absolute masterclass in suspenseful filmmaking, Dunkirk is going to be one of the greats. 

    With its time jumping narrative, minimal dialogue, and lack of bloody combat scenes, Nolan has served up a different take on the war genre that delivers a one-two punch to the gut unlike anything I've ever experienced at the cinema before.

    Truly, edge of your seat stuff. It's one long set piece featuring some of the most beautiful cinematography I've ever seen. 
    And for the…