Thor: Ragnarok is perhaps the first Marvel film that's more a comedy with action, rather than an action movie with comedy. With Taika Waititi at the helm, this stands out as being the funniest MCU film yet. Expect Jeff Goldblum to be at his Goldblum-iest best.
The wealth of talent attached to this film couldn't save it from the confusing and fragmented plot that attempts to combine a crime mystery, with satire and racial tensions.
A niche film with big names that boasts brilliant cinematography, script and score which honours the memory of its predecessor, but the plot progresses too slowly to make it exciting.
While lacking the originality of the first, it's characteristic charisma and stylistic fight sequences remains equally enjoyable and full-on. Expect the same unusual and uncanny enemies, weapons and characters.
A well-delivered, surprisingly refreshing take on your classic getaway driver film, that perfectly syncs irresistible music to every chase. One of my favourites of 2017.
A surprisingly well-written, witty and enjoyable re-imagining of Batman's many adventures, that will entertain both young and old alike.
A must-watch, immersive cinematic masterpiece based on the true events at Dunkirk, that will leave your heart racing and firmly cements Nolan as a master film-maker.
An entertaining 90 minutes of mindless fun that will satisfy fans but otherwise has an unoriginal plot that offers little in new ideas from its predecessors.
Wonder Woman makes her solo cinematic debut in epic style, providing an entertaining and refreshing story for all ages to enjoy.
An uninspiring take on the traditional gangster genre that boasts an impressive cast but fails to deliver anything original.