La La Land is at its most convincing in those intimate exchanges between Gosling, with his melted eyes, and Stone, with her anime face.
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.
The US actor Gene Wilder has died at the age of 83. His weird and wonderful career is a reminder that comedy can provide acting of the highest calibre.
Pedro Almodóvar couldn't be boring if he tried.
Mark Lawson talks to the director about hope, despair and why he wants to make a sequel to Deadpool.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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