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Hello Everyone. I'm back. I've been busy with work and exams. I promise to post as often as possible from now on.

So I decided to write something on movies to look out for in 2017. Most of them are remakes and sequels though. Here goes:

1. The Fate of the Furious aka Fast 8 - So you know how Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) emphasizes on the importance of family and how you can't turn your back on them even when they do? Well, Dom turns his back on his family and I can't even think of any reason why he would do that except there's a bomb in each one of his crew's heads. The Fast and Furious series has improved over the years especially with the action scenes and I can't wait to see what Fast 8 has in store for us.

2. Spiderman: Homecoming - Watching Tom Holland's performance in Captain America: Civil War is enough reason to want to watch this movie. He has a great sense of humor and is able to portray Spiderman as a typical teenager with teenage problems. Oh and by the way, Ironman stars in the movie.

3. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 - Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper make an incredible group of superheroes and it'd be nice to see them work together again. Groot (Vin Diesel) has more "I am Groot" lines as he's young and has more energy than the lazy and slow Groot in the prequel.

4. The Space Between Us - A boy who was born on Mars and has lived all his life on Mars gets to come to Earth for the first time, explores the world and falls in love. The problem is his body system cannot withstand Earth's atmosphere and he has to go back to Mars so he breaks out of the medical facility where he's under observation and runs away with the girl he's fallen in love with. It's always a delight to watch Asa Butterfield; he makes acting seem so effortless, with his distinctively blue eyes and his british accent. 

5. Dunkirk - Directed by Christopher Nolan, Music by Hans Zimmer and starring Tom Hardy. If those aren't enough reasons to see a movie, I don't know what is.

I hope you enjoyed a review of my top five 2017 movies.
Merry Christmas and have a beautiful 2017. See you in the new year. 

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So it's three days until Fast 8 premieres around the world. I hope y'all are as excited as i am to see it. F. Gary Gray never disappoints when it comes to action and i can't wait to see what he has in store for us. From a shocking betrayal to flying cars to a wrecking bomb, this promises to be a blockbuster.

April 14th people.

Don't miss it.