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The biggest movies of 2018

MARY Poppins, Lara Croft and Han Solo are among the famous characters due to return to the big screen in 2018.

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:: Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency – Series 2 (10 episodes, streaming from January 5 exclusively on Netflix, Comedy/Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Drama/Romance) SAMUEL Barnett reprises his role as the eponymous quirky crime-fighter in the concluding 10 episodes of the fantastical comedy adapted from the novels by Douglas Adams.

Dunkirk, Jawbone and Bad Day For The Cut among our top films of 2017

David Roy
DUNKIRK Director: Christopher Nolan Starring: Tom Hardy, Fionn Whitehead, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh, James D'Arcy, Mark Rylance, Barry Keoghan, Tom Glynn-Carney, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard THE one film of 2017 that pretty much everyone saw at least twice was Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan's visually stunning and minimally 'talky' film offers us a visceral taste of the week-long Allied evacuation from Dunkirk in May 1940.

2017 in film: Our top three cinematic turkeys of the year

David Roy
ALTHOUGH you've barely had time to digest your Christmas turkey (but enough about Star Wars: The Last Jedi – haha, just kidding), it's only fair that we pause to look back aghast at three of 2017's biggest cinematic stinkers.

Film review: Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

Damon Smith
MORE than 20 years after family friendly fantasy Jumanji starring Robin Williams rampaged through multiplexes, Jake Kasdan directs an action-packed rumble in the jungle tailored to the short attention spans of digitally-minded teenagers.

Film review: Off-key Pitch Perfect 3 is just aca-painful

Damon Smith
AFTER a rollicking reunion in the effervescent 2015 sequel Pitch Perfect 2, delightfully dysfunctional a cappella champions The Barden Bellas are, frustratingly, off-key and out of sync for their teary-eyed farewell tour of the musical comedy franchise.

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