To quote Gold Leader on his Death Star bombing run, we’re ‘almost there...’ It's been an agonising wait for the new 'Star Wars' movie. But this month we finally get to find out what Han Solo, Chewbacca, Luke, Leia and all the rest have been up to over the past 32 years. Director JJ Abrams is a dyed-in-the-wool 'Star Wars' nerd, so expect a big, noisy blockbuster that also satisfies the hardcore fans.Read more
Angelina Jolie writes, directs and co-stars with him indoors Brad Pitt as an alcoholic writer and his wife travelling in France in the 1970s. The US reviews have not been kind, calling 'By the Sea' ‘pretentious’ and ‘self-indulgent’. But Time Out’s Joshua Rothkopf says we should all give Angie and her movie a break: ‘It’s ten times more interesting than most Oscar bait.’Read more
The perfect – and we do mean perfect – romcom returns. Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan play a pair of New Yorkers who meet at university, loathe each other on sight and spend the next 20 years gradually growing closer. The script, written by the much-missed writer-director Nora Ephron, who died in 2012, is a joy.Read more
The classic 1932 Scottish romantic novel (imagine Thomas Hardy on holiday in Aberdeenshire) is adapted into a glorious sunlit epic by director Terence Davies. In only her second film role, London supermodel Agyness Deyn proves her acting chops as the daughter of a farming family who must take charge when both her parents are killed.Read more
This old-fashioned oceanic epic is based (fairly loosely, we'd imagine) on the true story of the Essex, the Nantucket whaling ship whose run-in with a mysterious white sperm whale inspired Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick'. Chris Hemsworth swashes his best buckle, with the likes of Brendan Gleeson and Cillian Murphy offering salty support.Read more
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There's plenty on offer at this two-storey party spot on Ganton Street. Funk and soul DJs bring the party vibe, there's table tennis every Monday night - you can even book yourself in for a cocktail masterclass, should you like to learn the art. And they know a thing or two about creative concoctions here. The selection is extensive, too, with mango and chilli mojitos, strawberry daiquiris and caipirinhas alongside shooters, champagne cocktails and a sizeable selection of martinis, too. A short wine list and beers by the bottle cater to those who like things simple. There's a US feel to the food, with burgers, hot dogs, wings and nachos waiting to soak up the booze.