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Baby Driver

Edgar Wright’s film is a crime actioner wrapped in a quirky musical rom-com

Band Aid

In Zoe Lister-Jones’ dramedy, a couple find it helps to sing about what’s wrong with their marriage

The Survivalist

Life in this dystopic drama is filthy, fraught and feral

47 Meters Down

It’s a kinda-dumb shark-freak-out movie, which is OK for lazy summer thrills

Beatriz at Dinner

Miguel Arteta’s social critique pits one emphatic ordinary person against the wealthy

Rough Night

Despite a great cast, this R-rated comedy isn’t as funny as it should be

The Mummy

Even as a popcorn film, it’s rather dull and a tonal mess

The Transfiguration

A coming-of-age horror story about a teenage boy who thinks he is a vampire

After the Storm

Gentle Japanese drama about a fractured family maybe fixing itself

I, Daniel Blake

Ken Loach’s new dramedy presents man versus the welfare state

My Cousin Rachel

Fine performances and pretty scenery don’t quite bring the thrills in this Daphne Du Maurier adaptation

Paris Can Wait

A low-key drive through the French countryside has its rewards

Wakefield

A great performance from Bryan Cranston anchors this drama about a man’s breakdown

It Comes At Night

A tense, paranoid thriller about a family trying to survive after some apocalyptic event

Wonder Woman

This summer, the hopeful, thoughtful Wonder Woman may be just the fighter we need

Megan Leavey

A formulaic but feel-good real-life tale of two Marines, one human and one canine

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