Review: The Moon Daughter by Zohreh Ghahremani

Rana, a wife and mother in 1970s Iran, struggles with keeping her life and marriage together. She has two beautiful daughters but all her husband wants is a son, and when their third child is yet another girl, Rana knows everything will change forever.

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Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017 film)

After helping the Avengers, Peter Parker faces something even more intimidating: the life of a high school student. When he accidentally runs into criminals selling dangerous alien-tech weapons, he knows he must stop them — but can he do it before those he cares about get hurt?

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Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Rachel’s life isn’t what it used to: she’s a divorced alcoholic who’s living in her friend’s house. The highlight of her day is watching out of the train and following the life of a happily married couple — a couple she’s never even met but feels as if she knows them. One day she sees something shocking in the perfect couple’s house and even though she shouldn’t interfere, she can’t let it go. This could finally be her chance to prove she’s still more than just a girl on the train.

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Review: Logan (2017 movie)

Logan barely even recognizes himself. Mutants are all but gone, and he’s in hiding with Professor Xavier. He wants to stay forgotten but an unknown woman approaches him, asking for help. Despite his refusal, he’s already been dragged into a mess he can’t get away from. To make it even worse, he must take responsibility for someone he never knew existed. People are after them, but can they escape in time?

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Review: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Alice is spending a rather boring afternoon with her older sister on a riverbank when she notices something curious: a white rabbit with a waistcoat and a pocket watch. She follows it into a rabbit hole but instead of finding the animal, she falls a long way into a strange hallway. Without a way back up, her only lead is the bottle labelled “drink me” — and drinking it is just the beginning of her adventure.

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