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Moana review: Disney's latest offering Moana, which means the ocean in Polynesian and Maori languages, is the story of its 12th Princess in its Princess line. The animated musical-fantasy adventure film wraps up the Polynesian mythology -- of a legendary evergreen and bountiful island -- with its Princess's story.

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Underworld: Blood Wars - An action horror drama between Vampires and Werewolves, "Blood Wars" is the fifth edition of the Underworld franchise and is a sequel to the 2012-release "Awakening".

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Somewhere, buried deep down in the compelling crevices of this remarkable but slight treatise on outerspace invasion, is a true classic.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them review: With wizards, magic and more, this film directed by David Yates is JK Rowling's maiden screenplay adapted from her own 2001 released book of the same name

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Shut In review: Horror films leave an indelible mark on its audience when, they are ground-breaking, edgy, deep and engaging -- either by performance, story, direction or photography -- and they resonate long after the first viewing. Unfortunately, director Farren Blackburn's latest film Shut In offers nothing to ruminate.

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Billy Lynns Long Halftime Walk review: The film is an emotional expose about the homecoming of the tough, but wounded American soldiers returning from combat, to be celebrated at home by people who can never fully appreciate their sacrifice.

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Director Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange is an original story, based on the character of the same name from the Marvel Comic Universe. It is a story of a flawed hero's personal search for a purpose in life. It also beautifully dovetails the realm of magic and sorcery into the narrative.

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Trolls review: Directed by Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn, Trolls is a colourfully vibrant, adventure, fairytale, based on the long-haired cherub dolls of the same name, which were created in 1959 by a Danish woodcutter and fisherman, Thomas Dam. These dolls are known as "Good Luck" dolls and have been a fad ever since.

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Jack Reacher: Never go back review: Director Edward Zwick's Jack Reacher: Never Go Back is the second Jack Reacher film which is based on Lee Child's eighteenth book of the Jack Reacher series. The first Jack Reacher film was released in 2012.

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Directed by Tate Taylor, the film is an intriguing, psycho-dramatic murder mystery, based on the novel written by Paula Hawkins. It is the story of an alcoholic lady who, to keep a charade of a job, travels by train daily. And in due course, she is one of the last persons to witness a woman who has gone missing.

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