LondonNet’s Top 10 Films

This week’s top ten trending films, courtesy of LondonNet.
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Week Ending Tuesday 12th January 2021

1. [ 1 ] Don't Let The Devil Take Another Day (15)

For over a quarter of a century, Kelly Jones has been the charismatic front man of Welsh rockers Stereophonics, leading the band to the top of the UK album and singles charts. In this emotionally raw documentary, Jones talks candidly about a personal ordeal he kept secret from fans.

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2. [ 5 ] Little Mix: LM5: The Tour Film (12A)

Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall strut purposefully through the latest empowering album, LM5, in a concert film recorded live on the final night of five concerts at the O2 Arena in London.

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3. [ 2 ] The Loss Adjuster (12A)

Loss adjuster Martin Dyer is dedicated to his work, tirelessly assessing other people's problems. He ignores the disrepair of his marriage to wife Angie until she announces that she is leaving him for a dapper loan shark. A bad day gets progressively worse as Martin fulfils several appointments.

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4. [ - ] Love Sarah (12A)

Ottolenghi-trained chef Sarah Curachi is killed in a cycling accident before she can open her first bakery with best friend Isabella. Sarah's daughter, 19-year-old aspiring dancer Clarissa, attempts to realise her mother's dream with financial backing from her estranged grandmother Mimi.

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5. [ 8 ] Tenet (12A)

An American operative known as the Protagonist accepts a new assignment with cryptic instructions to perform a secret hand gesture (interlaced fingers) in conjunction with a palindromic code word: Tenet.

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6. [ 10 ] Let Him Go (15)

Retired sheriff George Blackledge and his wife Margaret watch helplessly as their dead son's wife, Lorna, marries another man, Donnie Weboy, who communicates with his fists. Margaret compels George to join her on a cross-country odyssey to prise their grandson out of Donnie's clutches.

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7. [ 3 ] Wonder Woman 1984 (12A)

Oil company CEO Maxwell Lord mercilessly exploits humanity's base desires by offering to grant people's deepest wishes. His Machiavellian scheme pits Diana Prince against her bookish friend, gemologist Barbara Ann Minerva.

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8. [ 6 ] Pixie (15)

Once upon a time in the west of Ireland, Pixie plans to avenge her mother's death by masterminding a heist. The stolen narcotics tumble into the possession of nice guys Frank and Harland. They give Pixie a second chance to start afresh by selling the MDMA to drug dealer Raymond Donnelly.

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9. [ - ] Mogul Mowgli (15)

British Pakistani rapper MC Zed is on the cusp of his first world tour, which will give him the exposure he desperately craves. He is involved in a scuffle with a fan and is taken to hospital, where he is diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that could rob Zed of his musical dreams.

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10. [ - ] The Rifleman (15)

Sixteen-year-old Arturs Vanags dreams of becoming a hero as he enlists to fight in First World War alongside his proud countrymen. He experiences many horrors on the battlefield but the greatest personal losses are at home.

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