A unique film about two young men trying to survive in an unrecognisable London
Burlesque at it's best in a show that is both naughty and fun!
A Hologram For The King arrives on digital platforms on September 12th and DVD and Blu-ray on September 19th.
The Nice Guys is available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms from 26th September 2016
“People would pay hundreds of pounds to be here. They’d give their heart to be here!” asserts radio presenter Ras Kwame, whose job it is to ensure that enthusiasm blazes away at a level just below outright hysteria.
Older people on screen are an “endangered species”, it has been suggested, according to a new report chronicling ageism in major Hollywood movies.
For the last few weeks there was a strange sight to behold at the Southbank.
Tom Hiddleston stars as Country & Western singer Hank Williams in a biopic that falls flat
The Minions provided many of the laughs in the first two Despicable films and get their own hyperkinetic prequel charting their evolution through the ages
On holiday, you get a massage by the sea. Admittedly it's a bit colder in London - but that doesn't mean a (very good and reasonable) waterside massage can't be yours.
2015 saw the release of Frank Turner's sixth studio album and Vincent Ralph spoke to him at both ends of his UK tour.
Could we be about to see another vital meeting in Game of Thrones to ultimately bring the two big players together?
“Sell-by dates don’t mean anything ... do they?” Bridget Jones is talking about the eco-friendly biodegradable condoms she bought ages ago, and with which she has suddenly ended an aeon-long sex famine by using twice, on getting suddenly lucky with two chaps within a few days: dishy online dating expert (Patrick Dempsey) and her old smoulderer, the unexpectedly single Mark Darcy (Colin Firth).
Purgatorio is closer to it. Something bad is happening, not the full Inferno, but it could be the gateway to the Paradiso of this fantastically boring film actually coming to an end. After 121 theologically unfathomable minutes.
Everything’s coming up Aubrey.
Early October 2011, Dexia, a Belgian-French bank, collapsed for the second time in three years after their initial bail out in 2008, when they were rescued by the same governments that have propped the bank up again this month.
Do not watch the first live show of The X Factor. It is the only way real talent will win through over joke acts in the future.
A brand new venue on the Southbank, from renowned London restaurant owner Ibrahim Dogus