REVIEW: Baby Driver (2017)

Since he was young, talented getaway driver, Baby (Elgort), has been the man behind the wheel for local kingpin Doc (Spacey); driving to the beats of his eclectic music taste to help drown out the tinnitus from a childhood tragedy. When he meets fellow music-fanatic waitress Debora (James), a road out of the criminal life presents itself; one not without its share of blood-shed, however.

REVIEW: Churchill (2017)

In the days leading up to the 1944 invasion of Normandy, Winston Churchill (Cox), plagued by the guilt of the disastrous Gallipoli landings during World War I, struggles with his own fear and doubt over the operation led by Dwight ‘Ike’ Eisenhower (Slattery).

REVIEW: My Life as a Courgette (2017)

After inadvertent tragedy strikes, 9-year old Icare (Schlatter) – nicknamed ‘Courgette’ by his alcoholic mother – is sent to a children’s home. Struggling at first to fit in, he soon teams up with bully Simon (Jaccound) to foil a wicked aunt from taking new arrival Camille (Murat) away. Amidst painful solitude, solidarity and romance soon blossoms.

REVIEW: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017)

In an attempt to save his father, Will (Bloom), from his entrapment aboard The Flying Dutchman, Henry Turner (Thwaites) sets out on a quest to find the mythical Trident of Poseidon, said to have the power to rid the ocean of all curses. Along the way, he enlists the help of Astronomer/Horologist fugitive, Carina Smyth (Scodelario), who has her own motivations for seeking the treasure, and Captain Jack Sparrow (Depp) who basically just comes along for the ride – and happens to be hunted by an evil Spanish Ghost (Bardem) seeking revenge.

REVIEW: Alien: Covenant (2017)

Returning to the nether-regions of the universe, Ridley Scott’s latest Alien outing follows the crew of the Covenant – a spacecraft carrying two thousand colonists and a thousand embryos bound for the planet Origae-6, in the hope of starting a colony. Upon intercepting a seemingly rogue transmission from a closer, previously undetected planet, the crew venture in for a closer look, despite concerns from terraforming expert Daniels (Waterston). Their worst nightmares are soon realised when they meet David (Fassbender), a survivor of the disastrous Prometheus mission, as well as other unwelcoming organisms.