REVIEW: T2 Trainspotting (2017)

Having lived in Amsterdam since the events of the first film, Mark Renton (McGregor) finally returns to Edinburgh to reconnect with old friends Sick Boy (Miller) and Spud (Bremner). In an attempt to patch things up, he and Sick Boy embark on a joint business venture with the latter's girlfriend (Anjela Nedyalkova); all the while, the psychotic Begbie (Carlyle) escapes from prison and seeks revenge.

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REVIEW: Split (2017)

After being abducted in a car park, teenagers Casey (Taylor-Joy), Claire (Haley Lu Richardson) and Marcia (Jessica Sula) soon realise that their kidnapper, Kevin (McAvoy) is far from ordinary. He is in fact, 23 different personalities in one, and with the imminent arrival of feared personality number 24, Casey must play the egos off against one another in a bid for survival.

REVIEW: Manchester by the Sea (2017)

The film follows Boston handyman Lee Chandler (a career best performance from Affleck) who is suddenly called back to his hometown of Manchester, Massachusetts after the death of his brother, Joe (Kyle Chandler). Once there, he is tasked with looking after his now fatherless teenage nephew (Hedges), but Manchester is also the scene of an even greater grief for Chandler, and returning there threatens to push him over the edge.

REVIEW: A Monster Calls (2016)

The film centres around young Conor O’Malley (the highly impressive MacDougall) – an introverted, bullied loner struggling to come to terms with his single mother’s terminal illness. Finding solace through his imaginative and artistic tendencies, Conor begins receiving nightly visits from a giant yew tree monster (Liam Neeson) who insists on telling him stories that will help him face the turbulence of his reality.