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LondonNet’s Top 10 Films


Week ending Tuesday 24 July 2018

1. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (PG)
Sophie Sheridan nervously prepares for the grand opening of Hotel Bella Donna on the sun-kissed Greek island of Kalokairi. Her husband Sky is currently in New York. Thankfully, architect Sam and her mother’s best friends Tanya and Rosie are on hand to soothe Sophie’s frayed nerves…
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2. First Reformed (15)
Ernst Toller is a former chaplain in the military, who silently wrestles with the guilt of persuading his only son to serve in Iraq. One of the congregation, Mary, approaches Ernst for guidance. She is pregnant but her environmentalist husband Michael doesn’t want the baby…
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3. Leave No Trace (15)
Tom has learnt to live off the land and avoid detection thanks to her old man Will. Occasionally, father and daughter traipse into town to collect Will’s prescribed medication, which the war veteran sells to pay for the essentials that Mother Nature can’t provide…
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4. A Prayer Before Dawn (18)
British boxer and drug addict Billy Moore is handed a three year prison sentence in two of Thailand’s notorious prisons – Chiang Mai and Klong Prem. As he tries to stay alive in this hellhole, Billy realises that prisoners who fight in Muay Thai boxing tournaments are granted special privileges…
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5. The Happy Prince (15)
Wilde is released from Reading Gaol, on the brink of financial ruin. His ex-wife Constance stops his small allowance after he fails to sever ties to Bosie. Good friends Reggie Turner and Robbie Ross try in vain to keep their pal out of the gutter, staring up at twinkling stars…
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6. Spitfire (PG)
To commemorate the centenary of the Royal Air Force, this rousing documentary pays tribute to the British single-seat fighter, which was instrumental in winning the Battle Of Britain and ultimately the Second World War…
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7. Incredibles 2 (PG)
Public affection is waning for the Superhero Relocation Program overseen by Rick Dicker. A masked menace called Screenslaver emerges from the shadows and threatens the safety of the metropolis. Elastigirl races into the melee, flanked by a motley crew of superhero wannabes…
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8. Hereditary (15)
Miniaturist artist Annie Graham is deeply affected by the death of her estranged mother, who cast a long shadow over the family and took Annie’s daughter Charlie under her wing. Following the matriarch’s funeral, Annie begins to sense a presence in the family home…
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9. Sicario 2: Soldad (15)
Three suicide bombers walk into a supermarket in Kansas City and detonate their vests. Government official James Riley responds by authorising Matt Graver to undertake a covert mission to prevent Mexican drugs cartels from exploiting weaknesses in US border security…
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10. Hotel Artemis (15)
Sherman and brother Lev orchestrate a bank heist, culminating in a gunfight with armed officers. Lev takes a potentially fatal bullet and Sherman rushes his sibling to Hotel Artemis, a secret membership-only hospital for the criminal fraternity run by The Nurse and her hulking assistant, Everest…
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