Rapper-turned-director Boots Riley’s film follows a telemarketer called Cassius ‘Cash’ Green (played by Lakeith Stanfield) who discovers he can sell more to customers if he uses a ‘white voice’. It could be this year’s answer to ‘Get Out’.
Robert Redford stars in the film that may or may not be his swansong. He plays 70-year-old career criminal Forrest Tucker in this charming and gentle yarn, which is based on a New Yorker article of the same name.
Taking inspiration from its hand-drawn comic book origins, this computer-animated Spider-Man film sees the arachnoid superhero traversing parallel dimensions as he teams up with alternative universe Spider-Men/Women to stop an almighty foe.
‘Lord of the Rings’ director Peter Jackson acts as a producer on this, another epic adaptation of a popular fantasy book series. Here, orcs and wizards have been replaced by predatory cities on wheels that pummel everything in their paths.
Jason Mamoa stars as the half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry (aka Aquaman), in this DC origin story. Prepare your fish puns now.
Vertigo sufferers beware: this edge-of-your-seat documentary about a free climber’s attempt to climb El Capitan solo is full of vertiginous camerawork that will make you never want to look down again.
Lars von Trier is his usual provocative self with this lengthy movie (okay, it's part movie, part bloodbath) about a serial killer called Jack, who spends 20-odd years in the Pacific Northwest killing and ruminating on art.
In the immortal words of another Mary – Ms M. J. Blige – ‘Let's get crunk ‘cause Mary’s back!’ Yep, after a 54-year absence, Mary Poppins (now played by a resplendent Emily Blunt) descends from the clouds once more to help save the Banks family from their own British stoicism.
Big-budget special effects! ‘80s throwbacks! A secret government organisation attempting to thwart a teenage girl and her VW Beetle-cum-robot warrior! John Cena! You guessed it: it’s another film in the ‘Transformers’ series.
Will Ferrell and John C Reilly star as Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson in this comedic take on Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic detective. Elementary? Highly unlikely.
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