GET OUT 104 minutes (MA15+)
Smart, entertaining, superbly-acted and shockingly funny, this satirical horror film ticks all the boxes.
A DOG’S PURPOSE 100 minutes (PG)
The eager-to-please narrator of this anthropomorphic tear-jerker (Josh Gad) is reincarnated maybe half a dozen times over the course of the film in order to fulfil his dramatic destiny.
PORK PIE 105 minutes (M)
A superior retread of a Kiwi classic about three accidental outlaws who traverse the length of New Zealand in a souped-up yellow Mini.
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2 136 minutes (M)
Director James Gunn works hard to deliver a sequel that delivers on the promise of the original film. For the most part, he delivers. (Gold Class and VMAX)
THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS 136 minutes (M)
Big, loud, fast, dumb fun — without any brakes. That’s director F. Gary Gray’s brief for the eighth film in this seemingly unstoppable franchise and he sticks to it.
GOING IN STYLE 96 minutes (M)
Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin get away with this geriatric screen heist by the skin of their pants — but only because they are old pros.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 129 minutes (PG)
Twenty-five years after its first outing, this live action musical remake starring Emma Watson feels like a throwback.
THE ZOOKEEPER’S WIFE 126 minutes (M)
Schindler had his list. Antonina Zabinski and her husband (Jessica Chastain and Johan Heldenbergh) had an empty Polish zoo.