For all its digressive, episodic and frequently ludicrous nature, this is a blazing return to form.
So much to enjoy, it's a perfect tonic for anyone who’s starting to use ‘folk’ as a four-letter word.
He adds honesty and maturity to the R&B charts that Labrinth and Chris Brown have yet to bring.
Most of the time her demeanour is that of Rihanna, had she decided to forgo all euphemisms.
Readers are left with a lasting impression of the landscapes she describes in each tale.
Park Chan-wook makes a showy U.S. debut with this British-American psycho thriller.
'Cloud Atlas' cuts from spry comedy in an Edinburgh old folks’ home to an eyepopping flying car chase without breaking stride.
Bryan Singer's high-concept fairy tale never gets off the ground.
Author Nick Hurst records the life of his late Shaolin grandmaster who also lived in Penang.
This is not a biopic in the usual but rather, a Spielberg in the historical mode.