SOPHIE WILLIAMS finds out whether the 1953 film version of your French set-text will help you pass your exams.
CHARLIE PALMER reviews Anchorman 2. It’s pretty good.
Natalia Molina-Harno teaches you how to use film cameras. Properly.
Culture Editor RIVKAH BROWN thinks this film shines not for its portrayal of homosexuality, but frustrated, desperate, human sexuality.
As part of the launch of Lily Cole’s app Impossible, we met up for a Saturday morning stroll and took a few photos. Scroll to the bottom for the full screen slide show
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The Tab Culture team scour the town for events to break the exam term monotony.
JOHANNES RUCKSTUHL finds Tobias Lindholm’s film of piracy off the Somali coast a gripping and terrifying ordeal.
For all its visual flamboyance, Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation is far too reverential to its source material, writes ALEX KEMP.
JOHANNES RUCKSTUHL picks out the perfect soundtrack to accompany your supervision work woes.
JOHANNES RUCKSTUHL picks out the perfect soundtrack to accompany your exam-work woes.
STEPHEN BERMINGHAM finds the reboot sequel entertaining but ultimately too far outside the Trek universe.
Some editing required, but Pablo Trapero’s film of poverty in an Argentinian slum is nonetheless admirably ambitious, writes JACKSON CAINES.
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A Stark improvement on Iron Man 2? ALEX KEMP reviews Marvel’s first post-Avengers outing and promises no more man of metal puns.
Despite some impressive visuals, Tom Cruise’s latest attempts to save the world could use some dramatic polish, writes BEN DALTON.
Stylistic strangeness and brilliant acting – but don’t expect coherence, writes DANIEL ABATAN.
TOMMY SHANE gets a celebratin’ this god forsaken’ slavery western.