On the pop culture podcast this week: Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, the BBC cookery show Nadiya's British Food Adventure and the mumps episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
There is now evidence to show that most dinosaurs were covered in feathers, but film-makers might not welcome the new, softer, image.
Awards season is upon us again.
As the next Star Wars film, Rogue One, is released, it reveals Disney’s dilemma that neither nostalgic additions nor “standalone” stories can sustain the franchise.
Gordon-Levitt makes Snowden’s motives transparent without ever fully dropping his guard. It is reassuring that a film in which people are spied can still have a protagonist who remains essentially unknowable.
On the pop culture podcast this week: Zadie Smith’s novel Swing Time, teen movie The Edge of Seventeen and the 2015 film Maggie’s Plan.
Lee's film, in which the women of Chicago decide to go on a sex strike, is often muddled – but never dull.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the eagerly-awaited Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix, new graphic novel memoir Saving Grace and the 1938 film Bringing Up Baby.
The film director dabbles in advertising yet again, showing that his signature quirk can sell products as well as seduce audiences.
Adam Driver stars in this wry and poetic comedy.
Psychosis, hysteria and abuse characterises these works that look back at the former Soviet and Socialist republics.