The Space Between Us leaves a lot to be desired and is only salvaged by a single performance from Gary Oldman. 

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Split thrills viewers as James McAvoy brings 24 personalities to life. 

Sing includes an all-star cast and musical classics, all wrapped in feel-good messaging. 

Gazette movie buff Michael MacNeill gives his take on 2016's hit movies.

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Hidden Figures may sometimes feel a little forced but it's a movie that makes you want to get up and cheer when the theatre lights come on.

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Rogue One is a fun action movie that expands the boundaries of the Star Wars universe with fun nods to the past. The third act alone is worth the price of admission.  

Manchester by the Sea's lifelike storyline and incredible acting ensemble makes it a strong film that has emotional resonance as the theatre lights come on.  

If you stumble on Honeytrap it's not worth the Netflix, but it's worth the chill. 

Dystopian stories are becoming more popular with audiences across North America; professors Tim Blackmore and Miranda Green-Barteet weigh in.

Arrival is an incredible film, absolutely flawless and a major contender for the Academy Awards' Best Picture nod.

American Honey follows a 18-year-old girl who joins a group of raggedy young adults that sell magazines and party for a living.

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