As a child in the late Nineties, I lived for Aladdin. Yet no actual Arabs or even Indians were involved in the cartoon.
Bridget Jones, so often thought of as a stereotype, is ultimately such a contested figure because she cannot be pigeonholed.
Two new films set out to recapture the magic of their classic originals. One of them achieves it.
It's been eight years since the film about the lonely robot was made and already its vison of the future is coming true.
Looking back at the 1986 biopic’s typically British mix of the real and surreal – and its rather unusual origins.
The would-be President's delusions are taken straight from the cheapest Hollywood flicks.
Viggo Mortensen and the rest of the cast try their best, but they're no match for a script so lacking in nuance.
It won’t reach the sanctified pop culture status of Mean Girls, but the influence of Tina Fey’s film is obvious, over 12 years on.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the new Eimear McBride novel, Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix take on the 1970s Bronx music scene and a film starring Ellen Page and Allison Janney.
The script for Allen’s Café Society is predictable, but Stewart's acting is glorious.
Disappointed by 2016's paltry crop of summer blockbusters? Never fear – Caroline and Anna are here with recommendations of what to watch while it’s still hot.