If you like chic flicks or not, it will forever remain in the you-have-to-see-it-or-your-life-will-be-wasted canon of 20th century films.
Danny Sangra’s subtly funny short film satisfies all my needs for quick arty entertainment: ironic(ish) social commentary and gorgeous hair.
No Country for Old Men and Wall Street among films with most realistic depictions of psychopathy.
It was the most anticipated TV highlight of early 2014. Now that that’s done, we can all lean back and relax. Nothing will top it.
This year, you can get everything from a sprinkling of grungy indie-pop gold dust to frisky garage rock.
Music made purely for the purpose of monetary gain lends its forlorn hand to all that is a wee bit sad about modern society.
The winner of this year’s Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Picture has a good story set-up, but does not realise it’s full potential.
The 1960s advertising agency boys perform everything that was bad about the past. While looking pretty.
A Chicago lesbian rapper about women’s potential to become the idols of the next generation.
Do not be fooled by the angelic faces of those in the choir. Trust me, it’s a façade.