A stunning reading of the scene in Romeo and Juliet where the lovers meet for the first time. By Ben Crystal.
Ridley Scott’s telling of the Robin Hood story feels like the post-financial crisis version. This is Robin Hood as Everyman.
All professional cyclists crash, and they crash often. It’s hard to think of another sport where everyday calamity is such an ordinary part of the routine.
On stumbling across some work by someone you used to know on the stairs of a local hospital.
My son bought Boss Baby as mindless background while he did some work. As mindless background it was probably OK. As a film, not so much.
It’s well written, but it’s hard to care about many of the characters. I’d have happily killed off the self-regarding Dupayne family in the first chapters.
Man Up was like watching the bastard child of Notting Hill and Bridget Jones’ Diary. Despite that, there are things to like, notably Lake Bell’s kooky performance.