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'Coco' delivers a strong opening for Pixar, 'Darkest Hour' continues to make bank and 'The Post' still managed to make an impression.

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UK Weekend Box-Office (Jan 19th– Jan 21st)

'Coco' delivers a strong opening for Pixar, 'Darkest Hour' continues to make bank and 'The Post' still managed to make an impression.

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Author: Trilbee

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Fist Fight (2017) – Movie Review

A decent R-Rated comedy, but it can't quite compete with what you can view on TV for free.

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UK Weekend Box-Office (Jan 12th– Jan 14th)

'The Darkest Hour' lands in a prime awards-season spot and lands a decisive box-office "V" for Victory.

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Kong: Skull Island (2017) – Movie Review

A great action-filled, kaiju-thrill-ride but severely lacking in reasons to care or elements to be invested in.

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UK Weekend Box-Office (Jan 5th– Jan 7th)

'Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle' continues to become one of The Rock's biggest hits as 'Molly's Game' bests 'All The Money In The World' for biggest awards-contender.

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Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (2017) – Movie Review

In what could be the franchises' final move, the original "Yu-Gi-Oh!" storyline comes to a satisfying end for fans.

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Hidden Figures (2017) – Movie Review

An uplifting biopic, though it serves more as a jumping-off point for its nonfiction source material.

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The Founder (2017) – Movie Review

You'll never regret wanting a Big Mac more after this enlightening and insightful biopic.

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Jackie (2017) – Movie Review

Extraneous and flawed, but breathlessly compelling biopic helmed by a terrific Natalie Portman.

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Split (2017) – Movie Review

James McAvoy's frightening range propels 'Split' well beyond a bog-standard horror/thriller production.

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