August 2017 Films Ranked

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17. The Emoji Movie – 1/5

It feels like being continuously slapped by a giant billboard


16. The Nut Job 2 – 1/5

As empty as the nuts the characters obsess over


15. Batman And Harley Quinn – 2/5

Too rude for children but too childish for adults


14. Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets – 2/5

The visuals resemble a mash of Avatar and Star Wars as if it were their ugly newborn love child


13. Rough Night – 2/5

Rough Night has a pretentious sense of value stapled to its forehead

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power


12. An Inconvenient Sequel – 3/5

It feels like a road trip with Al Gore as he tells other people about climate change


11. Napping Princess – 3/5

Napping Princess shows exactly how to use an imagination at its full capacity

Matthew McConaughey;Idris Elba

10. The Dark Tower – 3/5

The film suffers from a sense of stuffy apathy


9. Annabelle: Creation – 3/5

Annabelle: Creation proves, quite comfortably, that dolls have their limitations


8. Everything Everything – 3/5

Everything Everything feels far more realistic than it should do


7. The Hitman’s Bodyguard – 3/5

Is this a funny film? No. It isn’t

American Made (2017)

6. American Made – 4/5

Cruise is far too interested in doing stunts and being a superstar than getting down and focusing on his acting


5. Logan Lucky – 4/5

An interesting new take on the classic heist film


4. Atomic Blonde – 4/5

It feels like being continuously slapped by a giant billboard


3. A Ghost Story – 4/5

Personally, I still don’t know if I like it. I’m not even sure I want to watch it again


2. Maudie – 4/5

It’s a credit to Walsh for making the film in such a sensitive yet flourishing fashion


1. Detroit – 5/5

It’s incredibly powerful and it’s brutally realistic

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