If you are looking to have a different cinema experience, one you have never had before, then go and see The Artist.
Seeing the recaps of the best viral videos of last year made us realise we'd missed one or two things. So now we've watched them all, and we pick a few of the best from the 'Best of' lists.
Just in case you find yourself reaching for conversation and/or looking to impress at some point in the next few days, we prepare you with 10 random facts about the holiday season.
Christmas music doesn't need to be dire. Trust us - with an all-Christmas-music-all-the-time station turned on all the time, we now know.
In what is the strangest plot of a show currently playing in the West End, Sharon Gless plays Jane Juska, a 66-year-old California woman who places an ad in the newspaper looking for a sex partner, in the new play, A Round-Heeled Woman.
...offer a new way of looking at a full moon.
A little hilarity at the silent genius of the legend that is Ryan Gosling.
Just keepin' it real (and you ROTFL).
A tongue-in-cheek look at Leo's acting skills.
There have been so many crap love stories on the big screen this year that we have become numb to watching them. These recent films include Friends with Benefits, No Strings Attached, and all movies starring Jennifer Aniston.
Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton play an elderly bohemian couple considering selling their characterful Brooklyn apartment and moving to Manhattan.
Bob Hoskins became an actor by accident when he accompanied a friend to an audition at London’s leftwing Unity theatre in 1969, and achieved TV stardom as the doomed travelling salesman in Dennis Potter’s Pennies From Heaven.
Mark Ronson described the late singer Amy Winehouse as “one of the best lyricists of this generation” before his headline performance at Splendour in the Grass 2015, which ended with a moving tribute to the late singer.