• “It’s the one film that you know it’s gonna make its money back,” Edwards said in an interview. Well, there’s no doubt about that – The Force Awakens may have reanimated the franchise, but Rogue One is the rebel that will give Star Wars fans a new hope.

    After all, “rebellions are built on hope”, and Rogue One is as rebellious as it gets.

  • “You can’t stick your hand in a hole and hope for the best. Hope isn’t a tactic,” says Wahlberg’s character early in the movie.

    It’s true. Cutting corners doesn’t work, something most multinationals would do well to remember. In all its thrilling moments, Deepwater Horizon never loses sight of that fact.

  • It’s a beautiful movie about love and dreams, and how the two impact each other. As much as the cynics will walk in with half a mind to hate it, they won’t be so quick to dismiss the enticing musical once the last song is sung.

  • Should you watch this? Yes. The matter-of-fact way that Moana is treated is heartening. No one doubts her because of her gender; only sometimes because of her youth.

    She’s the princess Disney needed. Because it’s 2016.

  • It’s a triumphant return to the wizarding world and Rowling’s limitless imagination. Reports say Rowling and her team are currently editing the script for the second movie, which is scheduled to begin filming next year.

    Can’t wait.

  • I apologise if this sounds like a cheap plug, it’s really not: you’re probably going want to head in for a second round, perhaps picking IMAX more wisely.

  • It’s an unusual thriller – the body count is high, and the kills are straight from a video game – and has its fair share of flaws, but it’s far more compelling than it possibly had any right to be with its mixed bag of number crunching and bone crunching.

  • Murder. Infidelity. Copious amounts of alcohol. Unreliable narrators. Just good old-fashioned tawdry entertainment. What’s not to like?

  • It’s not the best animation movie this year, but Storks does make for a decent distraction.

    While it doesn’t answer the question of where babies come from, viewers of all ages should be able to enjoy it.

  • After 12 years, Bridget Jones is back, and she’s as brilliant as ever. It’s such a fun and worthy sequel – laugh out loud funny and emotionally engaging throughout its runtime.

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