The film isn’t getting an Irish release – could the country's blasphemy and defamation laws be to blame?
On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss the Netflix TV series Love, the film A Bigger Splash, and the audiobook of Shonda Rhimes’ Year of Yes.
It's excruciating, but gradually our close proximity to the eponymous shambolic twentysomething allows for a deepening intimacy.
Misanthropic, self-impeding, and downright irritating antiheroes are the genre’s new bread-and-butter, but not necessarily its inversion.
Funny Or Die Presents Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal: The Movie ridicules Trump’s politics through his real estate career.
With its over-saturation of guest stars and cheap gags, the chief thing this sequel has going for it is its looks.
It’s ironic that a man who got his breakthrough in a TV series with cinematic ambitions should now be the star of a movie, Trumbo, which resembles television at its most unadventurous.
We discuss awards season’s big trio: the Oscars, the BAFTAs, and, of course, the SRSLYs.
I present to you: a history of Hollywood romance, unromanticised.
The closer Dad's Army gets to its source material, the more you wish you were watching that instead. Plus: Rams.
Spotlight fans interested in a deeper, survivor-led exploration of the extent of abuse in the Church would do well to watch Alex Gibney’s documentary Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God.
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