I didn't put any effort into researching whether there has been a similar OT topic recently. Understanding that I'll be savaged if there was (and maybe even if there wasn't), I'll take the risk.
Had a good run of getting out to see first run movies recently. Saw Dunkirk yesterday. I had been anticipating this film almost as much as the start of college football season. Saw it in Imax (which I highly recommend). It was GREAT! There is about 30 seconds of calm at the beginning, and from then on your heart is in your throat for the next hour and a half. Fantastic cast. Fantastic music. Fantastic cinematography. I can't recommend it highly enough.
The only other film I've seen in the last several weeks that I can recommend is The Big Sick. Really enjoyed it. The writing and the acting really bring you in with the characters. And funny. Laughed out loud half a dozen times.
Baby Driver was promising for the first 15 minutes, and then just got stupid.
Battle For the Planet of the Apes wasn't awful, but didn't nearly live up to the expectations I had after reading the reviews. I expected excellence, and it was just okay.
Wonder Woman was a steaming pile of trash. I looked forward to seeing that film for months and months. Such a disappointment.
Saw the trailer for the new Blade Runner. I have high hopes for that one. Also, Last Jedi, which, based on the trailer, looks like it can't miss.