George Clooney's Suburbicon offers a mediocre tale, muddied by two plotlines that lack the proper glue to bind them together.
The romantic book adaptation is a highly improbable and painfully sappy tale about two opposites stranded on a mountain top.
Thor: Ragnarok continues the exploits of the Norse god, with plenty of action and wisecracks thrown in.
The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected) has shades of Woody Allen, but its cast and brilliant writing make it feel original.
Home Again, fails to elicit any sympathy for the privileged, jobless, single parent protagonist.
It makes a wonderful companion piece to the original and 30 years from now, its vision of humanity will still be powerful and relevant.