There's plenty to admire about Lovelace, the second feature from documentarians Robert Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (their first was Howl), including a surprisingly nuanced performance from Amanda Seyfried as the tragic frontierswoman of 70s hardcore porn, and sterling work from Peter Sarsgaard as Lovelace's husband/manager/pimp/owner/dungeonkeeper Chuck Traynor, and from Robert Patrick and Sharon Stone as her emotionally repressed working-class parents.
The message is crystal clear: do not buy Lady Gaga's latest album or download tracks because she is "over" and "no longer relevant".
Andre Villas-Boas’ men beat Crystal Palace 1-0 at Selhurst Park on Sunday to get off to a winning start in their Premier League campaign.
Jose Mourinho was given a hero’s welcome and three points in the first game of his second tenure at Stamford Bridge.
It's hard to believe these historic photos could look any other way.
Jose Mourinho has stated that he will do everything in his power to land a new striker before the end of the transfer window.
Players from Everton, Fulham, Aston Villa, Manchester United and Liverpool all feature.
Gareth Bale missed Tottenham's opening encounter with an injury, but how certain is his future?
Arsenal face Fenerbahce in midweek in the first leg of a crucial Champions League qualifier.
Should Arsenal finally get rid of Arsene Wenger, and bring in Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup to replace him?