Peter Bradshaw and Benjamin Lee join Henry Barnes for our weekly round-up of big cinema releases. This week the team rattle along with the world's first sentient robot in sci-f- thriller Chapeau; navigate the ins and outs of the Brooklyn dating scene with Desiree Akhavan's comedy Appropriate Behaviour; watch boys in blue get caught in a moral grey area in Brit cop drama Hyena; and find out why Julianne Moore won her Oscar for Alzheimer's drama Still Alice• Want to say no to video?
With Cabin in the Woods’ Drew Goddard directing the first post-Garfield Spider-Man film, it’s time to hack our way through the web of blogosphere rumours regarding the superhero’s futureThe internet has been abuzz this week with rumours about the fresh direction being taken by Sony and new partner Marvel on future Spider-Man films.
The Moore, the merrierAdmire our restraint as we speak to Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell about Chappie and only bring up the new Alien movie twice! Applaud our ingenuity as we ask Julianne Moore whether she does her own running - it works in context, promise - and try to find her a football team to support!
Three years ago, on a somewhat different scale, the success of the first "Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" was weirdly akin to the success of the first "Avengers" movie. Both relied on ensemble superheroics and charmingly fractious banter among movie stars. This year brings sequels to both films.
NEW YORK — Larry David's first foray into Broadway comedy is like watching a weird — but undeniably entertaining and, God help us all, even potentially transformative — fusion of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," Borscht Belt comedy of the old school, long-form improv of the Chicago