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Published: Tue, 15 Dec 2017 18:49:14 GMT

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Coco
12-year-old Miguel Rivera (Anthony Gonzalez) loves his quirky family and wholesome life in Mexico. He wants nothing more than to become a musician like his hero, Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt), but his dreams are stifled his grandmother,...



The Prince of Nothingwood
Salim Shaheen has been described as the Ed Wood of Afghan cinema. While there are comparisons with the American legend responsible for Plan 9 From Outer Space, the prolific Afghan actor-director-producer of over 100 films is more akin to Hong Kong's...



I, Tonya
Based on true events, I, Tonya follows the true story of ice skater Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie), documenting the rise and fall of her career, her combative marriage to Jeff Gillooly (Sebastian Stan) and icy relationship with mother LaVona Golden...



Star Wars: The Last Jedi
After locating a reluctant Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) on a remote planet, Rey (Daisy Ridley) attempts to begin her training as a Jedi. Meanwhile, the First Order - led by General Hux (Domhnall Gleeson) and Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) -...



Mountain
There's a current fascination with mountains of late. There was the Idris Elba/Kate Winslet survival outing The Mountain Between Us and the based-on-true-events tragedy of Everest in the last year or so. But Jennifer Peedom's film is something...



Ferdinand
A young bull named Ferdinand (John Cena) lives in Casa del Toro, where he and other bulls are being raised for the bullfighting ring. Ferdinand, however, is gentle and kind with a love of flowers and no desire to fight. One day, he escapes from the...



Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
The game that haunted Robin Williams as Alan Parrish in 1995 is back, but now the board game takes the form of a video game. It's the present day and four teenagers – the smart but geeky Spencer (Alex Wolff), football jock 'Fridge' (Ser'Darius...



The Post
Inspired by real events, The Post follows the investigation by the Washington Post into the Pentagon Papers - a cache of reports and memos concerning America's disastrous involvement in Vietnam - and the impact it had on the paper itself, led by Kay...



Better Watch Out
Twelve-year-old Luke (Miller, Pan) is hot to trot for his eighteen-year-old babysitter Ashley (DeJonge) and hopes that tonight, with mum and dad (an underused Virginia Madsen and Patrick Warburton) out at a Christmas party, is the night it'll...



Stronger
After the earnest, but sometimes affecting bravado of Patriots Day, The Boston Marathon bombing is tackled by focusing on Jeff Bauman, a man who lost both of his legs while waiting at the finish line for a girl he was desperate to impress. Based...



Thelma
After being brought up by somewhat overbearing and devoutly religious parents, Thelma (Eili Harboe) is striking out on her own at university in Oslo. While she is shy and struggles to make friends initially, Thelma eventually becomes close to...



Brigsby Bear
James (Kyle Mooney) lives a fairly isolated life with parents Ted (Mark Hamill) and April Mitchum (Jane Adams). While his day-to-day existence is quite dull, he derives great joy from sci fi TV show Brigsby Bear Adventures, a programme he's been...



Menashe
Set in Brooklyn's strict Hasidic Jewish community and spoken entirely in Yiddish, Menashe is a downbeat and low-key but enthralling work. Menashe (Lustig) is a financially strapped widower under pressure: his rabbi (Schwartz) urges him to find a new...



Wonder
The first day at school is hard but spare a thought for ten-year-old Star Wars fan August 'Auggie' Pullman (Tremblay). Born with facial abnormalities, Auggie has been home schooled by mum (Roberts) to save him from the cruelty of kids. Until now....



Song Of Granite
A biopic of sorts of renowned sean nós singer Joe Heaney, who passed away in 1984. Director Pat Collins (Silence, Living In A Coded Land) once again approaches the subject matter from a different angle, immersing the viewer in the feel of a...



Blade of the Immortal
Set in feudal Japan, Manji (Kimura) is a master swordsman wracked with guilt for failing to save his sister from mercenaries. Given immortal powers by a roaming witch, loner Manji, one-eyed and battle-scarred, is convinced by a young girl Rin...



Battle Of The Sexes
Based on a true story, Battle of the Sexes portrays the real life story of world tennis champion Billie Jean King's struggles for gender equality and due recognition for women's contributions to tennis. Her endeavours culminate in an epic match...



Happy End
Set against the refugee crisis in Calais, Happy End concerns itself with a well-to-do family who own a construction business. Patriarch Georges (Trintignant) fears Alzheimer's is setting in and so has passed on the company to daughter Anne...



Daddy's Home 2
After their initial feud, Brad (Will Ferrell) and Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) have managed to put their differences aside and become not just great co-dads but even - dare I say it? - best friends. While Brad is now married to Dusty's ex Sara (Linda...



Justice League
The world is in mourning over the death of Superman (Henry Cavill) but evil never rests. Now a new threat has arrived on planet Earth in Steppenwolf (Ciarán Hinds) who Batman, aka Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck), knows can only be defeated if the...