We take you on a guided tour of the best, the good, and the quite good's of the week
Let’s cut to the chase here - Ariana Grande has released new music and yes, there’s a lot of really great music out today as well (which we will definitely get to) but for now all we can do is talk about ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ and that’s how it is.
Featured Song: Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry
Ari absolutely trolled the who universe by having a song that starts as a ballad (for like, 3 seconds) and then evolves into the best pop song that this summer is going to see – unless she releases more new music this summer, that is. As she says in the song, she’s feeling a vibe… and we’re feeling a vibe too!
On a more serious note, if the response to the Manchester Attack is that we shouldn’t allow terror to make us live in fear…
4 STARS - The clear-cut story of the Hollywood legend you'll fall in love with instantly.
There are few Hollywood directors who can truly and undeniably suggest that they have made a mark on the film industry globally. John Milius is one who can safely say he has.
Milius is a documentary about celebrated America screenwriter, director and producer John Milius who notably co-wrote the first two Dirty Harry films, receive an Academy Award nomination as screenwriter of Apocalypse Now and wrote and directed The Wind and the Lion, Conan the Barbarian and Red Dawn.
The film tells the story of Milius’ dream of joining the Marine Corps (of which he was denied entry to due to his chronic case of asthma) and how he fuelled a passion and desire for film making from those heart breaking events. It respectably narrates John Milius’ tragic life…
The Double, directed by the IT Crowd's Richard Ayoade, is one of this year's most highly anticipated movies. Starring Jesse Eisenberg in the lead roles (as Simon and James), the comedy film centers on Eisenberg's character who is driven insane by the appearance of his doppelganger.
This hilarious yet dark film also features Yasmin Paige (TV's Pramface and Chicken), Mia Wasikowska (Lawless and Jane Eyre), Craig Roberts (TV's Tracey Beaker and Casualty) and Noah Tayler (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). The film is Co-Produced by Andy Stebbing (who is releasing his new film, The Harry Hill Movie, later this year) and the Executive Producer is Michael Caine.
We met up with some of the cast and crew on the red carpet in Leicester Square to chat about this huge release.
When asked what it was like to be on set with Jesse Eisenberg,…
Enough Said is an emotional and heart-wrenching story about a divorced woman who decides to pursue a man she's interested in. However, she later learns he's her new friend's ex-Husband.
The lead roles are played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Eva) and the late James Gandolfini (Albert) who are both taken out of their comfort zone during this film and their skill is definitely challenged - although they both succeed to produce a hugely touching and romantic film.
We caught up with Nicole Holofcener (Director and Writer) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the red carpet for Enough Said on the 12th of October to find out what they thought of the film.