THEIR FINEST (M) A sincerely endearing tale of quiet achievement set in WWII London. Catrin is an inexperienced advertising copywriter who moves to the captial and ends up working on a big picture movie aimed at boosting civilian morale. At a time when open discrimination faced working women, this combines just the right amount of drama, comedy and romance. GOING IN STYLE (M) A genial yet somewhat generic comedy about three old timers who plan to rob a bank to pay the bills after their pensions are cut. This could have fallen flat on its face, but its saving grace is the performances put in by the superb Michael Cain, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin. THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS (M) As we have come to expect, the best action sequences in The Fate of the Furious keep switching from incredible to insane with ridiculous ease. A key part of the juiced-up joy that comes from experiencing The Fate of the Furious is processing the implausible scope of its highly kinetic action scenes on your own. However, mention must be made of the new peaks of craziness scaled by the finale. GHOST IN THE SHELL (M) Devotees of all things Ghost in the Shell can rest easy: this big-budget mainstream take on your favourite cyberpunk saga does not let the team down in any way that can’t be somehow forgiven. Not only has the movie been made with a respectful regard for the many source materials that have inspired it (particularly the iconic 1995 animated screen debut of the franchise); it also harnesses an ambitious creative vision that makes it a worthy addition to the wider canon in its own right. THE BOSS BABY (PG) Despite the casting of Alec Baldwin as the voice of a conniving, corporate infant in this animated comedy, a relatively ambitious plot involving a secret organisation run by babies gets left by the wayside. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST A live-action remake of Disney’s cartoon classic, thankfully this does not stray too far from the original, which was so perfect it’s hard to top. The side-kick characters of Lumiere, Mrs Potts, Chip and Cogsworth bring most of the fun in what can sometimes feel like a quite lengthy offering for young ones. SMURFS: THE LOST VILLAGE (PG) The small blue beings with the white hats are back. In this a mysterious map sends Smurfette and her friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an exciting race through the Forbidden Forest, leading them into plenty of adventures and helping them make one of the biggest discoveries in Smurf history. THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (PG) Everything is still awesome in the Lego universe. From the get go this is an astonishingly well-written animated movie that adults will love just as much as, if not more than, the littlies. Batman is still a superhero, but at night he’s a superzero.