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Dunkirk (2017)
30 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Dunkirk is more of an engaging drama than an action film, which is refreshingly different from most war period pieces. Dunkirk is focused on immersing the audience in the spectacle of the most important evacuation of World War II and benefits from the assured guidance of writer/director Christopher Nolan. The lengths that the production team went to create this enormous ensemble must be commended. The story is told from 3 different perspectives: air, land, and sea, with each offering up new exhilarating moments.

Gifted (2017)
35 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Gifted is a heart-warming tale of family and how parents/guardians decide what is in the best interest of their children. Chris Evans and McKenna Grace combine to make a lovable pair and display a wonderful sense of affection towards each other. Director Mark Webb returns to his comfort zone and is able to create a warm, sweet, and light-hearted drama. While Gifted may falter in the narrative structure during towards its conclusion, it is still a film that will lift the spirits of anyone who has the pleasure of watching it.

The Fate of the Furious
35 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The Fate of the Furious is ridiculous, but ridiculously fun. As the eighth installment in the franchise, that's enough to warrant a viewing.

Baby Driver
Baby Driver (2017)
39 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Baby Driver is an exhilarating thrill ride that is fueled by the inciting soundtrack that marvelously reflects the action occurring on screen. Director Edgar Wright masterfully curates set-pieces to perfection and provides blood pumping action. Baby Driver falters in it's over-stuffed third act, which may seem to come out of left field. However, Baby Driver is one of the better films of the summer and is definitely an entertaining ride.

Spider-Man: Homecoming
39 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Spider-man:Homecoming treads the all too familiar superhero origin trope, but exceeds expectations thanks to a diversely talented cast that never fail to bring the laughs. Art direction is truly astounding as Brooklyn looks immensely vibrant. Michael Keaton is the stand-out of the cast and is one of the more well rounded Marvel villains. Overall, Spider-man:Homecoming is an enjoyable summer blockbuster.