Top Movies

2

Sully
PG

3

Pete's Dragon
G

Pete's Dragon

Fantasy adventure with Bryce Dallas Howard & Wes Bentley
7th week · Rated G · 1h42m 8.166
'' Was skeptical at first as I loved the 1977 musical Pete's Dragon. It told a different version of...

4

The Magnificent Seven
14A

The Magnificent Seven

Western with Denzel Washington & Chris Pratt
2nd week · Rated 14A · 2h12m 8.054
'' This movie is pretty good. Some characters didn't feel right in the movie ...

5

Don't Breathe
14A

Don't Breathe

Horror/thriller with Stephen Lang & Dylan Minnette
6th week · Rated 14A · 1h28m 7.968
'' I was thoroughly entertained by this movie. It was scary without the gore or sadistic violence...

6

Snowden
14A

Snowden

Dramatic thriller with Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Shailene Woodley
3rd week · Rated 14A · 2h14m 7.964
'' A very well made movie. The actors were great and believable. I went into the movie thinking it...

7

War Dogs
14A

War Dogs

Action drama with Jonah Hill & Miles Teller
7th week · Rated 14A · 1h54m 7.8107
'' Went in the film just expecting average, it is was the best gun runner type film I've seen...

8

Storks
G

Storks

Animation with voices of Andy Samberg & Jennifer Aniston
2nd week · Rated G · 1h32m 7.715
'' Just a cute and ok movie for adults and children. Kind of funny sometimes but the wolves part of...

9

Bridget Jones's Baby
14A

Bridget Jones's Baby

Romantic comedy with Renée Zellweger & Colin Firth
3rd week · Rated 14A · 2h05m 7.659
'' Bridget Jones's Baby was a good laugh. Several. And yet, it lightly touched the deep angst around...

10

Mechanic: Resurrection
14A

Mechanic: Resurrection

Action thriller with Jason Statham & Jessica Alba
6th week · Rated 14A · 1h39m 6.247
'' WEAK SEQUEL. Lacklustre performances from supporting actors Jessica Alba and Tommy Lee Jones...
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