I've always felt respect rather than love for the three-times Oscar winner.
When the kidnapped mother and son in Room (15) leave captivity, it's supposed to be a grand metaphor. Yet the film stays can't free itself from its own "Room".
On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss the Netflix documentary phenomenon Making a Murderer, Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home, and the film Quartet.
David Bowie as an actor was a rare and unusual thing – and, for many, an acquired taste or an object of ridicule.
Suddenly, the media has woken up to something that fans have known for a long time: there is a whole world of explicit and implicit relationships beyond what we see on screen.
Tarantino's once-sharp ear has turned to tin lately. Plus: The Revenant reviewed.
On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss the new Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper film Joy, the Sherlock special, and Channel 4 series First Dates.
Twenty years on from Austen’s cinematic rise, her influence shows no sign of waning.
A baker’s dozen of interesting or noteworthy titles coming our way in the new year.
From Star Wars to Mad Max, a new, more diverse kind of storytelling went mainstream this year - and the backlash shows how much it matters.
Feeling adrift now Christmas proper is over? Here's the things worth seeing in January - and the things you should book now for the rest of the year.
The Zombie PM
The doomed premiership of Theresa May