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The Rolling Stones – Review

Rolling Stones Money Machine Still

You come to a Rolling Stones 50th anniversary gig expecting an event. But you don't necessarily come expecting eventfulness. Spontaneity is not on the set list when any band is working arenas, and that is compounded, like interest, for an outfit with the gimlet-eyed professionalism of the Stones.

Trailer Trash

Michael Jackson with the Reagans

Although it's very hard to tell at this stage when I haven't yet seen everything, but I'm feeling awards season may have a lighter hue this year.

This Week's New Films

Digital Video Recording

It's been billed as Badlands meets Nuts In May, but what separates this English country killing spree from its influences is its finely tuned sense of humour, which owes more to Alan Partridge or Edgar Wright.

The End of Watch [REVIEW]

Pena And Gyllenhaal In End Of Watch

Cop movies are a dime a dozen. Most follow the same type of plot (best friend partners, going after the bad elements, getting shot at, etc. ) so it can make it hard to distinguish one from another. End of Watch is this type of cop movie.