The Limehouse Golem. Excellent turns by Bill Nighy, Olivia Cooke, and Douglas Booth. A slightly predictable plot improved by exceptional performances and some fine writing, courtesy of Jane Goldman, who is a dab hand at adaptations.
Judging by the book, this should be good:
Intelligent sci-fi, should be on your radar if you enjoyed the likes of Arrival and Ex Machina.
Speaking of intelligent scifi, Bladerunner 2049 haha just kidding it's a pile of shit. No, it's not that bad, and it looks lovely, but I don't think it's on par with the first. Whereas Gosling needed the kind of impassivity he had in Drive, he's rather more emotional here, Robin Wright is just as good as she is in House of Cards but her role has little to it, Sylvia Hoeks is a great foil for Gosling (or he for her) but has the exact same issues. Lots of brilliant small performances.
Avon Barksdale is hardly in it, which is a crying shame.