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Split — M. Night Shyamalan

The thriller-boss M. Night Shyamalan is back with a new oppressing movie. In Split, James McAvoy plays a young man suffering from dissociative identity disorder who lives with 23 different personalities inside him, and he carries the movie pretty much all by himself. As Dennis, the “bad” of the story, he abducts three teenage girls… Lire la suite Split — M. Night Shyamalan

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Les Animaux Fantastiques / Fantastic Beasts — David Yates

Five years after the release of the last Harry Potter movie, and after some mixed critics of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, one could have great expectations about Fantastic Beasts (and where to find them). And the challenge is mostly met. The wizarding world that everybody knows is now taken to New York in… Lire la suite Les Animaux Fantastiques / Fantastic Beasts — David Yates

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Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children / Miss Peregrine et les Enfants Particuliers — Tim Burton

The Gothic and odd Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children brings back some of the Tim Burton spirit that was missing in his more recent movies like Big Eyes. Burton uses his own baroque goth style to tell the mysterious story of Jake (Asa Butterfield). His grandfather (Terence Stamp) asks him to find Miss Peregrine… Lire la suite Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children / Miss Peregrine et les Enfants Particuliers — Tim Burton

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Doctor Strange — Scott Derrickson

Benedict Cumberbatch left his Sherlock’s suit for the cape of Doctor Strange, and it is a new Marvel that gives something really different to the spectators. Not really known by the general public, Doctor Strange is not a God, not even a billionaire who can create his own armour. He is Doctor Stephen Strange, a… Lire la suite Doctor Strange — Scott Derrickson

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Le BGG / The BFG — Steven Spielberg

Some critics announced it as Spielberg’s return to tales and children’s world with movies like E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, others found a lack of magic. The Big Friendly Giant (or BFG) is yet a great Spielberg, which manages to make you travel to the giants’ world. Sophie got kidnapped from her orphanage in London by the… Lire la suite Le BGG / The BFG — Steven Spielberg

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Comme des Bêtes / The Secret Life of Pets — C. Renaud & Y. Cheney

Nearly a year ago, the trailer of The Secret Life Of Pets was released on social networks, showing the world what pets were doing when their owners were away. After such a long wait, it was a pleasure to discover the movie. A great entertainment. Max, the dog, loves his owner Katie. Their relationship is… Lire la suite Comme des Bêtes / The Secret Life of Pets — C. Renaud & Y. Cheney

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Le Monde de Dory/Finding Dory – A. Stanton & A. MacLane

13 years after Finding Nemo, Dory, Marlin and Nemo are back in cinemas for new adventures. Among all the Disney movies due to come out soon, we can already say Finding Dory is a success! For once, Dory remembers something: her parents! But where are they? Are they alive? And do they still love her?… Lire la suite Le Monde de Dory/Finding Dory – A. Stanton & A. MacLane

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Captain America: Civil War — Anthony & Joe Russo

Some critics say it is the best Marvel so far. If this is not the case for me, Captain America: Civil War yet remains a great entertainment and cinema experience. The Avengers were created to save the world from villains and protect the population, but it appeared than while they were doing so in Sokovia… Lire la suite Captain America: Civil War — Anthony & Joe Russo