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THE SECRET GARDEN – “Fully blossomed”

I USED TO GO HERE – “Has charm in spades”

SHE DIES TOMORROW – “An offbeat existential horror”

RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE – “Lives up to its title”

YES, GOD, YES – “Hits all the right spots”

THE RENTAL – “Makes for one thrilling Airbnb nightmare”

WHITE LIE – “Captivating through and through”

AMULET – “A super slow burn hypnotic horror”

THE SUNLIT NIGHT – “A mostly enjoyable quirky tale of love and art”

FATAL AFFAIR – “Unoriginal, uninspired, and nearly unwatchable”

THE OLD GUARD – “Brings with it a welcome new vision to the superhero genre”

GREYHOUND – “2 words: tense & taut”

GUEST OF HONOUR – “Walks a fine line between captivating and meandering”

HAMILTON – “Oozes bombastic energy “

THE OUTPOST – “A gripping tale of comradeship and chaos”

EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: THE STORY OF FIRE SAGA – “A grandiose goofy spectacle with a surprising amount of heart”

IRRESISTIBLE – “Not likely to get many votes for Dramedy of the Year”

YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT – “Passable 90’s level thriller”

MOPE – “As explicitly shocking as you expect it to be”

THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND – “Pete Davidson shines as Pete Davidson”

DA 5 BLOODS – “Is bloody impactful, often literally”

ARTEMIS FOWL – “A rather embarrassing effort”

SHIRLEY – “Striking Gothic drama with impeccable performances”

JUDY AND PUNCH – “A wickedly entertaining medieval Me Too dark comedy”

THE LOVEBIRDS – “Is a predictable yet enjoyable bit of debauched comedy”

MILITARY WIVES – “A formulaic fact-based crowd pleaser”

CAPONE – “An odd showcase for Tom Hardy’s extreme versatility”

SCOOB – “Overstuffed with hapless hijinks”

PORNO – “Wildly raunchy and genuinely frightening”

SPACESHIP EARTH – “An interesting account of strange people doing extraordinary things”

THE ASSISTANT – “Tedious in its approach, making it all the more effective”

EXTRACTION – “Beautifully brutal action”

TROLLS WORLD TOUR – “A zippy jukebox adventure worth taking”

BLOODSHOT – “Mediocre mindless action”

I STILL BELIEVE – “An effectively sappy-sweet story of love and faith”

THE HUNT – “A tongue-in-cheek satire / bloodbath with equal opportunity political bashings”

ONWARD – “Has just enough of that Pixar movie magic”

THE WAY BACK – “Formulaic? Yes. Heartfelt? Very.”

THE INVISIBLE MAN – “A chilling achievement for everyone involved”

DISAPPEARANCE AT CLIFTON HILL – “There’s enough intrigue to carry it through the choppy waters”

THE CALL OF THE WILD – “Another affectionate adventure between man & dog”

BRAHMS: THE BOY II – “Makes for the worst kind of sequel”

THE LODGE – “Unsettling as all hell”

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG – “High-energy escapist fun for the whole family”

FANTASY ISLAND – “Fantasy fail”

BIRDS OF PREY (AND THE FANTABULOUS EMANCIPATION OF ONE HARLEY QUINN) – “A kooky kamikaze of chaos”

THE RHYTHM SECTION – “A joyless exercise in revenge cinema”

GRETEL AND HANSEL – “Gorgeously grim, albeit undercooked”

THE GENTLEMEN – “Makes for yet another Guy Ritchie gangster gem”

THE TURNING – “A groan-worthy gothic creeper”

BOX OFFICE TOP 5

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7

Onward
$10.5 million

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6.5

I Still Believe
$9.5 million

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5.5

Bloodshot
$9.3 million

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9

The Invisible Man
$6 million

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6

The Hunt
$5.3 million 

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