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Beauty and the Beast
33 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Well, whaddayaknow? Hermione Granger has finally found one of the Fantastic Beasts for her own virtually a century later that Newt Scamander did not in his lifetime. In the meantime, kudos to Emmanuel Macron for becoming the twenty-fifth president of France approximately a week earlier. God is with us! My rating: 3.5/5 stars.

A Dog's Purpose
33 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Confession: I do not usually look out for poorly-received flicks, but here is one of a few exceptions I have made for the following, good reason. An inexplicable circumstance which occurred so closely to me in real life akin to Bailey's reincarnation from this movie has led me otherwise in this case. That is to say, suppose it was not due to the recent demise of my own pet canine a little more than a month before its debut in my country, I would never have watched it in the cinemas. Not to mention its release actually coincided with my late mother's birthday (23rd of February). My rating: 3/5 stars.

Get Out
Get Out (2017)
34 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Jordan not only triumphantly nails and kills, but also shoots plus breaks the "love-is-blind" conviction through his flick-frightening debut, "Get Out", which it must serve as a terrific lesson to those who still cling on to such an English idiom's meaning. Should any YouTuber aspire to become a filmmaker, they have a former one from Comedy Central's "Key & Peele" who directed it to emulate.

Akin to a reimagining of another early critically-acclaim piece by Kramer's "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner" with a spooky twist, nowhere have I rated a horror film I watched in cinemas so high in my lifetime until this came along. Prior to it was "Green Room" featuring Imogen Poots and the late Anton Yelchin who worked together previously from another terrifying remake titled "Fright Night".

You are permitted to disagree with me, I do not mind as long as we can be open-minded just like we can be non-discriminatory about race and that is fine, but this is most likely by far the best movie for 2017 A.D.! Therefore, we may have detected an early contender at the 90th Academy Awards next year, but ironically to Armond Allen "White", please GET OUT....!!! Oscars, Oscars, everywhere! X-D My rating: 4.5/5 stars.