• It’s accessible and entertaining; that rare film about empowerment that delivers plenty laughs. Make sure not to miss it.

  • Dunkirk is robust filmmaking, and sits nicely with Nolan’s impressive body of work. It’s a riveting, overwhelming piece of cinema, and another reminder of how skilfully he marries affecting character drama with sheer spectacle. It’s one of the year’s best films.

  • It’s a rock solid thriller with a big beating heart at its center. Definitely worth your time.

  • It’s a disappointment, no question about it, from a team capable of so much more.

  • Mom is a far from perfect film, but it’s never boring. Sridevi’s terrific turn makes up for many of the script problems. I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five.

  • It’s light and breezy and so much fun.

  • This is a film that raises the bar for romantic comedies hereon. It’s a film I know I’m going to watch again soon, to savor the company of its characters. Don’t miss The Big Sick. It’s a real gem.

  • It’s a crushing disappointment on all counts…

  • …the laughs are aplenty, including cheeky nods to “Finding Nemo”, “Star Wars”, and a “Pink Panther”-inspired closing credits sequence. The secret sauce of the film remains grumpy Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) and his permanent state of impatience and irritation, which powers the franchise.

  • Cars 3 is no masterpiece, but it’s worth your time.

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