Straight from the launch pad, Rocketman lights the blue touch paper, soars into the stratosphere and never comes back down to earth.
Featuring twice the dads and similar gags to the original Daddy’s Home, this surprisingly funny film is a cheesy holiday treat.
Paul Kelly and Camille O’Sullivan blend cabaret with Irish poetry in Ancient Rain, and the results are sombre, devastating and enthralling.
Rough Night provokes enough belly laughs to qualify as an addition to the list of low-brow comedies worth visiting and revisiting.
American playwright Anne Washburn’s “post-electric play” is strangely experimental, concerning a band of survivors of a nuclear catastrophe who at first recall and then re-enact episodes of TV series The Simpsons.
Bridget Jones is back in this highly anticipated sequel Bridget Jones’s Baby – but she still hadn’t solved any of her issues about love and men. And things are about to get a lot messier.